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Eskom's new management goes after what it is owed with great vigor - one municipality at a time
Analysts discuss Eskom’s eagerness and powers to attach municipalities assets when it is owed billions. Maryke Musson, CEO of Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation on How it works: Marine conservation, aquariums and the role business can play.
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Pick n Pay and Cell C financial performance battered by Covid-19. Investment School - Psychological barriers to investing and saving20 October 2020 | 89 Minute Listen
JSE’s CEO Leila Fourie talks to Bruce Whitfield about the R13million fine on Steinhoff International. Pick n Pay and Cell C’s executive take Bruce Whitfield through their respective financial results. On the Investment School feature Bruce will talk to John Manyike, Head Of Financial Education at Old Mutual and ASISA discusses Psychological barriers to investing and saving
Piet Viljoen, Portfolio Manager at Counterpoint Value Fund discusses SA as an attractive investment destination despite all the negative noise.19 October 2020 | 88 Minute Listen
Head of Credit at Futuregrowth Asset Management talks us through the future of state owned enterprises and their funding structures. On Other People's Money, actress turned businesswoman Carol Bouwer tells us about her relationship with money
Pick n Pay’s chairman on World Food Day. Friday File: Freedom of Movement16 October 2020 | 40 Minute Listen
Gareth Ackerman, Chairman of Pick n Pay discusses World Food Day. Friday File: Lean Boezaart, co-founder at Freedom of Movement talk about the foundation on his company and partnership with Springboks captain Siya Kolisi
Chief Economist Dr. Iraj Abedian analyses the president’s economic recovery plan15 October 2020 | 86 Minute Listen
Piet Mouton, CEO at PSG Group looks at PSG group going through tough headwinds but still pays R377m interim dividend Nicolò Pudel, Co-Founder at online wine retailer Port2Port discusses the Cape wines selling directly to UK consumers
Preview of SA’s economic recovery plan. Shapeshifter: Tim Akinusi, CEO of MortgageMarket14 October 2020 | 85 Minute Listen
Tax Expert and Economist preview the president’s economic recovery plan and look at the ripple effects of a tax hike. Prof Anton Harber, Professor of Journalism at Wits and author So. for The Record looks at the role of Magda Wierzycka on the Gupta leaks. Tim Akinnusi, Co-founder & CEO at MortgageMarket is this week's shapeshifter.
Growing the economy post Covid-19. Investment School: How new investors can understand risk.13 October 2020 | 89 Minute Listen
FirstRand's Chairman, Roger Jardine discusses the effects Covid-19 on the national economy and business sector. He also talks about what the government will need to get the economy back on its feet. Tashmia Ismail-Saville, CEO of Youth Employment Service (YES) update Bruce Whitfield on how the initiative has created jobs. Kristia Van Heerden, CEO and , host of the Fat Wallet podcast at Just One on Investment School feature talks about how new investors can understand risk.
Preview of President Ramaphosa’s economic recovery plan. Siya Kolisi, Springbok Captain discusses his new partnership with Freedom for Movement12 October 2020 | 88 Minute Listen
Economists and business lobby groups will preview president Cyril Ramaphosa’s economic recovery plan and possible share tips for him. Siya Kolisi - Springbok Captain will talks about his new partnership with Freedom for Movement ( a popular local lifestyle brand). Joburg former mayor, Herman Mashaba, on Other People’s Money feature. He shares his first lessons with money and his investment philosophies.
Huger on the map with Nobel Peace Prize and the Friday File with luxury confection business Ma Mère09 October 2020 | 41 Minute Listen
Bruce spoke to Gillian Le Cordeur, CEO at Institute of Risk Management South Africa, about the huger situation in South Africa. Entrepreneur Lexi Bird shares the story of her luxury sweet business.
Lesotho revokes Vodacom’s operating license. Highlights from the Joburg Indaba08 October 2020 | 88 Minute Listen
Bruce Whitfield and telecoms analysts investigate Vodacom’s latest squabbles with Lesotho’s telecoms regulators (which led to its license being revoked). Paul Simon, Founder and former CEO of Young Designers Emporium discuss his new business venture and the evolution of fashion retail. Bernard Swanepoel, Chairman of Joburg Indaba, Former Mine CEO and Mining Veteran shares highlights from the Joburg mining indaba.
Former VBS CFO pleads guilty. Airline industry recover under covid-1907 October 2020 | 88 Minute Listen
Investigate journalists discuss the latest drama in the VBS Mutual bank saga. Chief executive of Flysafair, Elmar Conradie and Gidon Novick, Foumder Lucid Ventures (founder of an new unnamed airline) discuss the recovery of the airline industry. Colin Cullis on Business Unusual will share a business bedtime story about Robinhood