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Restaurants demand permits to operate under level 3 lockdown27 May 2020 | 82 Minute Listen
Wendy Alberts, CEO of Restaurant Association Of South Africa tells Bruce Whitfield that her association is getting legal advice on new religious gathering regulations. Jacques Rousseau, Lecturer in Critical Thinking and Ethics at University of Cape Town goes through lockdown regulation inconsistencies. Michel Aronoff, MD at Baby City takes Bruce Whitfield through the company’s genesis and philosophy
Tiger brands and Netcare financial results during Covid 1925 May 2020 | 83 Minute Listen
Chief executives of Tiger Brands and Netcare Holdings chief executives take Bruce Whitfield through the companies financial results and the effect of Covid-19 pandemic of their businesses. Richard Poplak, Daily Maverick’s investigative journalist discusses his new documentary, Influence, a film about the rise and fall of a public relations firm Bell Pollinger.
Interest rates’ cycles in the age of a health pandemic20 May 2020 | 78 Minute Listen
Bruce Whitfield previews the SA Reserve Bank Monetary Policy Committee decision on interest rates and the crippled economy during a global health pandemic. Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit takes Bruce Whitfield through the company’s maiden results.
What is the difference between Level 3 and Level 4 lockdowns?19 May 2020 | 75 Minute Listen
Phillip de Wet, Associate Editor at Business Insider looks at whether the gap between level 3 and 4 lockdowns differences are diminishing. Liza Eustace, Sector Head for Healthcare, Construction & Hospitality at Absa Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) tells Bruce Whitfield that the private health sector bleeding revenue due to cancelled elective surgeries
Business pleas with government to move quickly to level 2 as a matter of urgency18 May 2020 | 79 Minute Listen
Martin Kingston, Leader of the Economic Intervention work group at Business for South Africa (B4SA) says SA needs to accelerate economic activity as lockdown threatens cascading corporate failures