The Money Show
04 November 2019
Junk status lurks after Moody's changes outlook for SA to negative. Nazmeera Moola, head of investments at Investec Asset Management analyses the impact of Moody’s report. Christo Wiese, response to whether he is still Shoprite Holdings’ chairman. Jean De Villiers, Former Springbok Captain talks about Springboks rugby world cup win and share his investing and money saving philosophies.
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