It’s a rollercoaster! Every day there’s a new story and a new twist.— Ruth David, Bloomberg
If they say it’s not enough, then, that’s it! The deal falls apart.— Ruth David, Bloomberg
AB InBev’s bid for SABMiller is in disarray after complaints by shareholders that they haven’t been compensated enough for the recent slump in the value of the pound.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Bloomberg News journalist Ruth David.
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Sumitra Nydoo interviews Kumba Iron Ore (Africa’s largest iron ore producer) CEO Themba Mkhwanazi.
FM Deputy Editor Sikhonathi Mantshantsha discusses Parliament prepping for its state capture inquiry on Tuesday.
Andy Rice praises a new BA ad (feat Sir Ian McKellen, aka Gandalf) and one with a rapping flight attendant (South West Airlines).
They’re called “slashers”, and they’re doing so for various reasons, explains Old Mutual Research Manager Lynette Nicholson.
Sumitra Nydoo (on The Money Show) interviews Anchor Capital Analyst Henry Biddlecombe.
The fall in the value of the pound could scupper the deal, as it is now worth considerably less than before the UK referendum.
Sumitra Nydoo (on The Money Show) interviews KFC franchisee Kuben Naidoo.
My Broadband's Jan Vermeulen explains that as fast as the service providers block the numbers, new ones crop up.
Leaked emails show that Mngxitama was instructed to question the funding of online publication, BizNews in order to silence it.
Eusebius McKaiser invited listeners to express their opinions over the controversial tweet that compared black babies with dogs.
Eusebius McKaiser shares his thoughts on the controversial 702 tweet posted during Walk the Talk on Sunday.
According to EWN's Barry Bateman, no action has been taken as yet with regards to these claims against the cigarette giant.