The Money Show
Episodes in this series - Page 2
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
Online retailers open up14 May 2020 | 81 Minute Listen
Kim Reid, CEO of ecommerce business, Takealot and Gwarega Mangozhe, CEO of Consumer Goods Council of South Africa (CGCSA) discuss the implications of online retailers being allowed to operate under level 4 lockdown. Prof Paul Nugent, Centre of African Studies at University of Edinburgh look at SA's current alcohol ban (as a Covid-19 restriction) and the country's history with alcohol bans.
Pick n Pay freezes dividend pay-out while SA runs out of business rescue practitioners13 May 2020 | 73 Minute Listen
Richard Brasher, Pick n Pay’s CEO shares the group’s reasoning for holding onto about R850 million in cash by not paying a final dividend due uncertainty caused by Covid19. Dr Eric Levenstein, Director at Werksmans Attorneys says South Africa urgently needs business rescue experts as SA business faces collapse.
Why are SA’s bonds so cheap?11 May 2020 | 80 Minute Listen
Mike Keenan, fixed-income and currency strategist at Absa Capital analyses that state of SA’s bond market. Dr Martyn Davies , Managing Director of Emerging Markets & Africa and Dean of Deloitte Alchemy School of Management at Deloitte looks at ways to achieve inclusive growth in a post Covid-19 world.
Calls for a phased opening of SA’s economy06 May 2020 | 81 Minute Listen
Martin Kingston, Leader of the Economic Intervention work group at Business for South Africa (B4SA) shares the significance of opening the economy in a phased manner during the covid-19 pandemic. Elmar Conradie, CEO of FlySafair explains how his airline manages to operate while other airlines file for bankruptcy. Gloria Serobe, chair of Solidarity Fund talks about her career path and about how the fund is assisting SA businesses thought-out the country.
Tax collection suffering from Covid- 1905 May 2020 | 81 Minute Listen
Edward Kieswetter, Commissioner at South African Revenue Service says warned that the combined impact of a slow economy and the lockdown could amount to a loss of up to R285 billion in tax revenues this year. G G Alcock, Author of 'Kasinomic Revolution' discuss the effect of the coronavirus on the informal economy.