The Money Show
Episodes in this series - Page 2
06 - 06 - 201906 June 2019 | 77 Minute Listen
Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib Asset Management explains why South Africa needs to attract R12 billion a month in foreign direct investment to prevent the local currency from being weak. Busisiwe Mkhwebane wastes scarce resources on Gordhan witch-hunt, according to Lawson Naidoo, executive Secretary of Council for the Advancement of the SA Constitution (Casac). The Public Protector’s office phone in to defend their stance.
05 - 06 - 201905 June 2019 | 75 Minute Listen
Lesetja Kganyago, SA Reserve Bank’s Governor explains the ruling party’s calls for quantitative easing do not make sense and cannot be carried through. Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research at Intellidex and Mpumelelo Mkhabela, Political Analyst discuss the central bank’s mandate and calls for it to be expanded.
03 June 2019.03 June 2019 | 78 Minute Listen
With the CEO posts at both SAA and Eskom now vacant, what goes into the recruitment process? How hard is it to fill these positions? Andrew Woodburn, Managing Director at Amrop WoodburnMann tackles these questions. Chris Logan, Fund Manager at Opportune Investments analyses the Tongaat Hullet woes.
30 May 2019.30 May 2019 | 78 Minute Listen
Economists and business lobby groups analyse President Cyril Ramaphosa cabinet appointees and its size compared to other countries. Velma Corcoran, Country Manager of Airbnb South Africa talks about the effect of the proposed amendments to the tourism act.
29 May 2019.29 May 2019 | 83 Minute Listen
Mahlatse Mahlase, editor-in-chief at EWN discusses what might be expected from president Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet announcement. Leon Lourens, CEO at Pepkor and Darren Hele, CEO at Famous Brands takes Bruce Whitfield through their companies financial results.’ Boris Leyck , founder of Bodytec talks about the gym industry.