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09 October 2019.

09 October 2019.

Dr Neva Mkgetla, senior Economist at Trade & Industry Policy Strategies discusses the workload ahead for President Cyril Ramaphosa’s economic advisory council.  Edward Kieswetter, Commissioner at South African Revenue Service takes Bruce Whitfield through the SARS annual report. 



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10 December 2019

10 December 2019 8:18 PM

Henk Langenhoven, chief economist at Minerals Council South Africa and Peter Attard Montalto, head of Capital Markets Research at Intellidex discuss the effect of mines halting operations countrywide as Eskom asks for 20% power savings. They also look at whether President Ramaphosa’s reforms narrative is dying.  Chris Botha, Group Managing Director at Park Advertising looks at How ‘positive sentiment’ works, and what influences sentiment or attitude.  

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09 December 2019

9 December 2019 8:19 PM

Dr. Thabi Leoka, independent economist and James-Brent Styan, author of Black, Eskom power crisis discuss the crippling effect of electricity crisis on the economy.  James Formby, Chief Executive Officer of  Rand Merchant Bank takes Bruce Whitfield through quick wins for SA in 2020 to help restore our economic and investment standing.

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06 December 2019

6 December 2019 7:10 PM

Daniel Silke,  Political Economy Analyst at Political Futures Consultancy discusses whether president Ramaphosa, minister Gordhan and Mboweni are doing well in transforming the economy.   

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05 December 2019

5 December 2019 8:45 PM

Bruce talks to a variety of experts to understand the SAA business rescue process. Sock entrepreneur Nic Harry shares a decade worth of small business lessons.. 

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04 December 2019

4 December 2019 8:13 PM

Joburg has an ANC mayor again, SAA goes into voluntary business rescue and Shapeshifter Legend Manquele. 

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03 December 2019

3 December 2019 8:18 PM

Isaah Mhlanga, chief economist at Alexander Forbes Investments analyses the economic numbers that showed that  South Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data for the third quarter of 2019, showing that growth contracted by 0.6%.  Pfanani Lishivha, CEO of the SA Music Performance Rights Association (Sampra), for How it works – Royalty Distribution in the Music Industry

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02 December 2019

2 December 2019 8:16 PM

Stanlib’s chief executive, Kevin Lings explains why South Africa’s turnaround hurt by ongoing uncertainty regarding state owned enterprises. He also takes  a closer look at the government's rising wage bill. Ahmore Burger-Smidt , Director at Werksmans Attorneys and  Arthur Goldstuck,  World Wide Worx’s MD analyse the Competition Commission’s call for lower data fees

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29 November 2019.

29 November 2019 7:11 PM

Black Friday breaks records and damning Tongaat Hulett report published. Also the Best Bits of the week and the Brutal BizQuiz.  

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28 November 2019.

28 November 2019 8:11 PM

Roger Jardine, Firstrand’s chairman explains why he is "mystified" by government policies that don’t encourage economic growth.  Jabu Mabuza, Eskom’s Chair and acting-CEO tells Bruce Whitfield about the process of choosing a new CEO and takes him through the state-owned enterprise’s financial interim results.

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27 November 2019.

27 November 2019 8:12 PM

Stuart MacKenzie, Ethos Private Equity’s CEO his company and Ethos Capital decided on a strategic equity partnership with Christo Wiese's Brait.  Tracey Chambers, The Clothing Bank’s head explains the impact of SARS Customs destructing illicit vehicles and clothing in Durban.  Dr Leila Fourie, The JSE’s CEO shares her career path history and what drives her. 

 

 

 

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