The Money Show
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09 January 202009 January 2020 | 88 Minute Listen
Arabile Gumede talks to Economist Razia Khan about SA’s prospects after the World Bank cut the country’s growth forecast to below 1% for 2020. Personal Finance expert Warren Ingram shares his 2020 money checklist. Small Business expert Allon Raiz discusses the business concepts he wish were banned for 2020.
08 January 202008 January 2020 | 78 Minute Listen
Arabile Gumede in for Bruce. He looked into how the markets responded to Trump’s statement on Iran. A recruiter talks about opportunities and obstacles for post matric students looking for jobs. Hale Matsipa, CEO and Co-Founder at Kleos Capital, is this week’s Shapeshifter.
19 December 201919 December 2019 | 84 Minute Listen
Chris Yelland, Energy Expert and MD at EE Publishers discusses the arrest of some of Eskom’s former senior executives and the fire that ravaged Majuba Power Station. Warren Thompson, Financial Journalist at Business Day updates Bruce Whitfield about the Public Investment Corporation Commission’s report
18 December 201918 December 2019 | 82 Minute Listen
George Glynos, Head of Research at ETM Analytics analyses why Fitch Rating Agency maintained a negative outlook for South Africa. Dr Miriam Altman, member of the National Planning Commission and Director of Altman Advisory goes through what the country needs to get itself out of economic crisis.
17 December 201917 December 2019 | 76 Minute Listen
Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research at Intellidex discuses SAs' energy policy and new bills issues. Saadia Zahidi, Managing Director and Head of the centre for the new economy and society at World Economic Forum takes Bruce through the latest Global Gender Gap 2019 report. Busi Nxumalo, Founder and Managing Director at GenEnergy takes Bruce Whitfield though how Independent Power Producers sector operates.
13 December 201913 December 2019 | 35 Minute Listen
Clark Gardner, chief executive of Summit Financial Partners explains reasons why millions of South African consumers can expect financial relief following ruling by the Western Cape High Court that prevents lenders and collection agents from abusive debt collection practices. Prof Raymond Parsons, Economist at NWU Business goes through the effect of Boris Johnson winning UK elections.