What do Sars, Brangelina, #DataMustFall have in common? They broke the internet!

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1. 'There was no rogue unit. The public had been deceived...'

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews the authors of “Rogue: The Inside Story of Sars’ Elite Crime-busting Unit”.

2. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are headed towards a R5.5 billion divorce

That is more than SA’s government has committed to additional university subsidies for the poor and the “missing middle”.

3. Affordable 5G coming to South Africa (NOT only its richer suburbs)

Some of SA’s most famous business people will spend billions to launch a very high-speed data network.

4. Universities get hospital pass from Blade

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Prof Nick Binedell of the Gordon Institute of Business Science.

5. Why you should buy Shoprite and Truworths shares (by 27Four)

Bruce Whitfield interviews Investment Analyst Nadir Thokan who says these two are the hottest investments on the JSE right now.

6. The sky will soon be buzzing with drones

Drones are becoming smaller and cheaper. Bruce Whitfield interviews an aviation expert and SA’s first licensed drone operator.

Drone Delivery. Picture: Supplied.

7. Spend too much? Here are 5 great tips for breaking the habit...

Financial Advisor Warren Ingram gives advice that can actually work.

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Spend too much? Here are 5 great tips for breaking the habit…

Spend too much? Here are 5 great tips for breaking the habit…

Financial Advisor Warren Ingram gives advice that can actually work.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are headed towards a R5.5 billion divorce

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are headed towards a R5.5 billion divorce

That is more than SA’s government has committed to additional university subsidies for the poor and the “missing middle”.

The sky will soon be buzzing with drones

The sky will soon be buzzing with drones

Drones are becoming smaller and cheaper. Bruce Whitfield interviews an aviation expert and SA’s first licensed drone operator.

Affordable 5G coming to South Africa (NOT only its richer suburbs)

Affordable 5G coming to South Africa (NOT only its richer suburbs)

Some of SA’s most famous business people will spend billions to launch a very high-speed data network.

Universities get hospital pass from Blade

Universities get hospital pass from Blade

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Prof Nick Binedell of the Gordon Institute of Business Science.

Why you should buy Shoprite and Truworths shares (by 27Four)

Why you should buy Shoprite and Truworths shares (by 27Four)

Bruce Whitfield interviews Investment Analyst Nadir Thokan who says these two are the hottest investments on the JSE right now.

‘There was no rogue unit. The public had been deceived...'

‘There was no rogue unit. The public had been deceived...'

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