The Money Show
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SA's ailing retail sector still trying to find its feet and the Best Bits of the week14 August 2020 | 42 Minute Listen
Bruce spoke to analyst Evan Walker, Portfolio Manager at 36ONE Asset Management, about the health of the local retail sector. Also a replay of some of the best interviews of the week.
Fuel sales have dropped due to the pandemic13 August 2020 | 88 Minute Listen
Reggie Sibiya, CEO Fuel Retailers Association of South Africa discusses the plight on furl retailers as fuel sales plummet by 50% due to the coronavirus pandemic. Graeme Codrington, Futurist and Partner at TomorrowToday explains what might happen to economies as they emerge from lockdown
SA on the edge of economic and political disaster?12 August 2020 | 87 Minute Listen
Economists and business owner analyse the economic and political state of SA. They discuss what it will take to prop up the economy again. Shapeshifter, Nick Booth, CEO of Corobrik talks about his career path and what inspires him.
Former finance minister Des van Rooyen testifies at Zondo commission11 August 2020 | 83 Minute Listen
Investigative Journalist report on Former finance minister Des van Rooyen and former DG Lungisa Fuzile’s testimonies at the state capture commission. Adriaan Basson, News 24’s editor-in-chief discusses how news websites paywalls will operate as news consumption evolves.
Tributes pour in for broadcaster, Bob Mabena. Make Money Monday guest Tashmia Ismail-Saville, CEO at Youth Employment Service (YES)10 August 2020 | 86 Minute Listen
Tributes to veteran broadcaster, Bob Mabena. Financial experts discuss financial advantages and disadvantages women face. Tashmia Ismail-Saville, CEO at Youth Employment Service (YES) talks about what shaped her views on saving and investing money
Trump, China, Tencent and Naspers, and how it is affecting your pension. Also the extended Best Bits07 August 2020 | 41 Minute Listen
Market Analyst Philip Short on the effect on Trump's ban on WeChat and that effect on Tencent and Naspers. Also the new extended Best Bits of some of the interviews of the week.
MTN throws in thMTN throws in the towel in the Middle East. Southern African Agri Initiative (Saai) fights government over alcohol sales ban. e towel in the Middle East. Southern African Agri Initiative (Saai) fights government over alcohol sales ban.06 August 2020 | 81 Minute Listen
MTN’s CFO, Ralph Mupita takes Bruce Whitfield through the company’s financial results and the decision to exit the Middle East. Whitey Basson, Shoprite Holdings’s former CEO is part of Southern African Agri Initiative (Saai). He talks about Saai courtroom fight with government over alcohol sales ban.
Liberty Holdings and JSE tld interims wobbles after a serious by Covid-1905 August 2020 | 80 Minute Listen
Chief executives of Liberty Holdings and JSE tld take Bruce Whitfield through their companies’ interim results and share the effects of Covid-19 on their respective businesses. This week’s Shapeshifter, Marc Lubner, Group CEO of Afrika Tikkun share the history of his family business.
Is SA Inc cancelling its plans? The reasons and consequences of divestment04 August 2020 | 84 Minute Listen
Business sector experts discuss the implications of big corporate companies freezing investment plans while some dis-invest in South Africa. Bronwyn Williams, Trend Translator and Future Finance Specialist at Flux Trends explains how macro geopolitical and economic trends work.
SIU files court papers to recover R3.8-billion. Shoprite announces plans to exit Nigeria after 15 years03 August 2020 | 81 Minute Listen
Forensic experts analyse Eskom and the SIU’s process to get money back from some of the power utility’s former executives. Dianna Games, Chief Executive at Africa At Work explains the significance of Shoprite Holdings exiting from Nigeria after 15 years.