The Money Show
Episodes in this series
20 February 202020 February 2020 | 70 Minute Listen
Adrian Gore, founder and group CEO of Discovery Limited takes Bruce Whitfield through the company’s financial results and gives an update on recently launched Discovery Bank. Mark Cutifani, CEO of Anglo American explains how Anglo American delivered $3.5 billion profit for 2019.
19 February 202019 February 2020 | 73 Minute Listen
Mohsin Tajbha, Grand Parade Investments’ CEO tells Bruce Whitfield why the company decided to dispose of its interest in Burger King to ECP Investments. George Glynos, Head of Research at ETM Analytics analyses the inflation numbers that increased at a faster rate of 4.5% in January, compared to 4% in December.
18 February 202018 February 2020 | 77 Minute Listen
Prof David Everatt, Chair at South African Statistics Council tells Bruce Whitfield why his organisation has threatened to resign over lack of funding and frozen posts. He takes Bruce through the implications of the fall of Stats SA. Ekow Eghane, Head of Tax at Southern African EY discusses reasons his company’s call for a reduction in corporate tax in South Africa. Dewald van Rensburg, Investigative Journalist with amaBhungane tells Bruce Whitfield about how PIC’s R4.3bn Ayo investment is being spent on Independent Media’s bills, Survé’s properties and Friends of Iqbal Surve.
17 February 202017 February 2020 | 72 Minute Listen
Chris Griffith, Anglo American Platinum’s outgoing CEO talks about his decision to step down from the company. He also takes Bruce Whitfield through the state of the mining economy in South Africa. Paul Keable, chief strategy officer at Ashley Madison talks about the business the global business of Infidelity. Zander 'Jack Parow' Tyler, rapper talks about his first jobs and earlier lessons with money.
12 February 202012 February 2020 | 71 Minute Listen
Ann Bernstein, executive director at Centre for Development and Enterprise previews president Cyril Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address. Abel Sithole, principal executive officer of the Government Employees Pension Fund shares his views for calls by trade unions to use civil servants pension funds to bailout Eskom.
11 February 202011 February 2020 | 71 Minute Listen
Ketso Gordhan, CEO of the SA SME Fund talks about the funds decision to invests R25 million to finance spaza shops and its expected ripple effect. Siphamandla Mkhwanazi, economist with FNB analyses the latest unemployment numbers that remain levels last seen in 2008.
10 February 202010 February 2020 | 69 Minute Listen
Bernard Hotz, Head of Business Crimes and Investigations at Werksmans discusses the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP), Advocate Shamila Batohi decision to withdrew charges against the so-called 'Rogue Unit' - Ivan Pillay, Andries Janse Van Rensburg and Johan Van Loggerenberg. Busisiwe Mavuso, CEO of Business Leadership SA previews the state of the nation by President Cyril Ramaphosa. She also discusses what needs to be done to fix state owned enterprises.
7 February 202007 February 2020 | 29 Minute Listen
Bruce talks to a business rescue expert about breaking news on SAA’s business rescue process and the government’s concerns about it. Also Mark Suzman, CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as the charity tennis match kicks off in Cape Town.