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7 most-read "The Money Show" articles of the week

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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1. ‘My worst fear is being 80 years old and poor’ – famed actor Dr John Kani

Bruce Whitfield interviews Kani about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).

2. SABMiller CEO Alan Clark to get R1.2 billion when AB Inbev takes over

Clark took a £1.2 million pay cut in 2015, but will shortly receive a pay-out of £55 million.

3. Meet Shoprite’s Christo Wiese, ruler of retail (and 3rd richest African)

Bruce Whitfield interviews the remarkable Wiese (net worth R100 billion!) about how it all began and where it’s going.

4. Need a home loan? Banks are requiring ever larger deposits

Banks now want between 15% and 20%, on average, according to BetterLife Home Loans CEO Shaun Rademeyer.

5. Not fond of your bank/insurer/advisor? Cheer up! Soon you won’t need them...

People need banking; they don’t need banks. Enter “FinTech”

6. You don’t need talent to succeed. You need ‘grit’

Ability and luck doesn't matter, says celebrated researcher Angela Duckworth. All that matters is your attitude when you fail.

7. How #TshwaneUnrest (and elections) may impact on South Africa’s fragile economy

Bruce Whitfield interviews political economists from Wits and the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection.

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Meet Shoprite’s Christo Wiese, ruler of retail (and 3rd richest African)

Meet Shoprite’s Christo Wiese, ruler of retail (and 3rd richest African)

Bruce Whitfield interviews the remarkable Wiese (net worth R100 billion!) about how it all began and where it’s going.

SABMiller CEO Alan Clark to get R1.2 billion when AB Inbev takes over

SABMiller CEO Alan Clark to get R1.2 billion when AB Inbev takes over

This is according to a Financial Times article, published on Tuesday.

How #TshwaneUnrest (and elections) may impact on South Africa’s fragile economy

How #TshwaneUnrest (and elections) may impact on South Africa’s fragile economy

Bruce Whitfield interviews political economists from Wits and the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection.

Not fond of your bank/insurer/advisor? Cheer up! Soon you won’t need them...

Not fond of your bank/insurer/advisor? Cheer up! Soon you won’t need them...

People need banking; they don’t need banks. Enter “FinTech” - software that provides financial services.

Need a home loan? Banks are requiring ever larger deposits

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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews BetterLife Home Loans CEO Shaun Rademeyer.

You don’t need talent to succeed. You need ‘grit’

You don’t need talent to succeed. You need ‘grit’

Ability and luck doesn't matter, says celebrated researcher Angela Duckworth. All that matters is your attitude when you fail.

‘My worst fear is being 80 years old and poor’ – famed actor Dr. John Kani

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