The Money Show
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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
SA’s Economy braces itself for a nationwide labour strike06 October 2020 | 85 Minute Listen
Bruce Whitfiel chats Zwelinzima Vavi, General Secretary of South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) and Economist about the implication planned nationwide strike. Executives of The Association for Savings and Investment South Africa and South African Institute of Race Relations have a heated debate over prescribed assets investments policy
Eskom releases the full Wim Trengove Report. Pali Lehohla, former Statistician-General of SA and former head of Stats SA talks about early money lesson s05 October 2020 | 86 Minute Listen
Bruce Whitfield goes through Eskom’s Wim Trengove Report with energy experts and analysts. Pali Lehohla, former Statistician-General of SA and former head of Stats SA on the new Other People's Money feature shares his early lessons on saving and investing money
investors respond as Trump tests Covid-19 positive and the best bits of the week02 October 2020 | 42 Minute Listen
Bruce spoke to Richard de Villiers, Global Wealth Manager at UBS Financial Services, about Trump testing positive and the response of financial markets. He also replays some of the best interviews of the week.
SA Government releases 700 000 hectares of vacant land for agriculture use. Lobby group calls for 10-year driver’s license to deal with backlog01 October 2020 | 83 Minute Listen
Prof Johann Kirsten, professor in agricultural economics and director of the BER at Stellenbosch University analyses the government decision to hand out 700 000 hectares of vacant land for agriculture use. Wayne Duvenage CEO of Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) South Arica should consider a 10 year drivers license to deal with backlog Paul Makube, Senior Agricultural Economist at FNB will share Agriculture growth out for 2021
Hawks arrest individuals allegedly linked to state capture. Shapeshifter: mining veteran, Neal Forneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater30 September 2020 | 80 Minute Listen
Pieter-Louis Myburgh, Author of 'Gangster State' and 'The Republic of Gupta’ Will share his analyses on Hawks move on state capture arrests. Shapeshifter: mining veteran, Neal Forneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater shares his mining career story.
A critical look at the latest unemployment numbers Launch a new feature; Investment School - Winners out of Covid and where to look for the next few years.29 September 2020 | 85 Minute Listen
Economic analysts go through the latest unemployment figures that show that 2.2 million jobs were lost in the second quarter of the year. The Money Show launches a new feature, Investment School - Veteran Stockbroker and Deputy Chairman at Sasfin discusses winners out of Covid-19 and where to look for the next few years.