This week, Rice critiqued the collaboration between Standard Bank and DStv.
The two companies are running a 40-second advertisement in which they brag about how quick, easy and convenient it is to pay DStv though Standard Bank – it takes “only” 11 steps!
Rice gave the advert a “zero”.
For more detail, listen to the interview in the audio below.
Enjoy The Money Show, but miss it sometimes?
Get the best bits emailed to you daily, right after it ends:
Recommendedby NEWSROOM AI
Bruce Whitfield interviews Sexy Socks founder Dave Hutchison and Andrew Papadopoulos, a trademark attorney at KISCH IP.
Personal finance expert Warren Ingram on the money values that those "worth" R40 million or more almost invariably have in common.
Ian Mann on “Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance..." by Jeffrey Pfeffer.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Norman Goodfellows CEO Solly Kramer for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.
Comparing Madagascar and Mauritius – a tale of two islands, by the Gordon Institute of Business Science's Dr Lyal White.
Residents were out on the streets to watch the troops arriving in Manenberg and Hanover Park on Thursday afternoon.
Washington Post technology columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler did a forensic analysis of the Russia-based app. Check it out.
Seattle Coffee Company has the worst takeaway hot chocolate in the country, according to, uhm, "research" by Chaos Theory.
The Roger Federer Foundation says no ticket platforms are yet in possession of, nor have guaranteed allocation of tickets.
The choir that is stealing America's hearts is headed to the next round of America's Got Talent.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews TJ Strydom, author of “Christo Wiese - Risk And Riches”.
Residents living on the crime-ridden Cape Flats share their first-hand experiences of life in 'apartheid's dumping ground'.
Consumer journalist Wendy Knowler warns prudent credit card holders to keep tabs on their banks. In this case, it’s FNB.