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Women in aviation… supersaver Julia… invest yourself rich… Zim vs ‘The Bully’…

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

1. Meet Siza Mzimela, former SAA CEO and founder of start-up airline Fly Blue Crane

"I think it’s the one industry where women are better suited than men..."

2. Is supersaver Julia still investing 33% of her income (despite having a baby)?

She returns to The Money Show one year (and A LOT of water under the bridge!) later to report back.

3. Invest yourself rich; buy these 3 shares (by Vunani Fund Managers)

Vunani Fund Managers Chief Investment Officer Tony Bell reckons that, right now, you can hardly do better than these 3 companies.

4. 'We faced the bully and told him what we think!'

Bruce Whitfield interviews three people in Zimbabwe about the extraordinary events unfolding in that country.

5. Eskom CEO Brian Molefe on the Guptas, surging profits (and no more loadshedding)

Bruce Whitfield interviews Molefe, who helped steer the state-owned enterprise to almost 11 load shedding free months.

6. Has Bill Gates gone mad, or can chickens wipe out extreme poverty?

The Microsoft founder will give 100 000 chickens to those in extreme poverty, claiming five hens (if they breed to 40 chicks) could earn $1000 a year.

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