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US waivers intellectual property on vaccines. What to consider if you want to leave money to your children
The US temporarily lifted patent protections for coronavirus vaccines, but drug manufacturers argue it will not have the desired effect. Salome Meyer, project manager at the Cancer Alliance, unpacked this issue for us. Entrepreneur & blogger at Missing Link, Rich Mulholland, speaks to Bruce Whitfield about how to deliver elevator pitches. For our personal finance feature, Warren Ingram, executive director at Galileo Capital, speaks about what parents need to consider when they want to leave money for their children.
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Tshepo Mahloele, Chairman of Takatso Consortium and Chris Christodoulou, Aviation & commerce director of Christodoulou & Mavrikis analyse the decision of SAA being majority owned by a private equity company
Government allows private energy producers to generate additional 100 megawatts of electricity. Corporate SA rolls out support for the elderly to register for the Covid-19 vaccine10 June 2021 | 73 Minute Listen
André de Ruyter, CEO of Eskom says government's announcement of additional power to the national grid is what the doctor ordered, and it will help the utility with its challenges to keep the lights on. Corporate SA speaks on their involvement to support over 60-year-olds to register for Covid-19 vaccines. Then Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital explains why the growth on your investment is always different from the growth published in the marketing material by financial institutions.
Why are performers dying poor? Sygnia's feud with the JSE09 June 2021 | 77 Minute Listen
Veteran actress, Lizz Meiring explains why most performers die poor even though they have been working most of their lives. Magda Wierzycka, executive chair of Sygnia discusses their failed bid to get the JSE to allow the company to list a bitcoin EFT. Then co-founder of Ramtsilo Trading Kedibone Tsiloane is The Money Show 's Shapeshifter. She talks about the journey of her innovative company , which manufacturer bricks from plastic waste.
First quarter GDP grows by 1.1%. How badly run municipalities affect businesses08 June 2021 | 79 Minute Listen
Industry experts reflect on whether the first quarter GPD growth results are a sign that the country's economy is out of the doldrums. The Money Show scrutinises how terribly run municipalities can affect businesses that operate in them. Investment School, with David Shapiro looks at ten simple rules to follow if you want to be successful in the stock market