The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield

Bruce Whitfield hosts The Money Show each weeknight on 702 and CapeTalk, offering a wrap-up of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related.

An award-winning financial broadcaster, writer, TV presenter and master-facilitator, Bruce is a witty, creative and engaging presenter who makes money matters understandable and accessible to listeners.

Some of his many accolades include being named Sanlam Financial Journalist of the Year twice, numerous MTN Radio Awards for Business show and Business presenter, and winning the Citi South Africa Financial Journalist of the Year in 2009. This allowed him the opportunity to complete a course at New York's famed Columbia Journalism School as part of that programme.

Follow Bruce on twitter @brucebusiness or email BruceW@702.co.za

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RIP BlackBerry… SA girl wins R700 000 Google prize… SABC’s fugitive advisor…

RIP BlackBerry… SA girl wins R700 000 Google prize… SABC’s fugitive advisor…

10 most-read, most-talked-about business articles of the past week.

Google awards 16-year-old South African girl R700 000 for her invention

Google awards 16-year-old South African girl R700 000 for her invention

The former “Money Show Kidpreneur” won the grand prize at Google’s science fair for her “fighting drought with fruit" submission.

How to expand your single-branch business into one with multiple outlets

How to expand your single-branch business into one with multiple outlets

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Aurik Business Accelerator’s Pavlo Phitidis.

Not so young anymore? How to invest for best growth (and least amount of tax)

Not so young anymore? How to invest for best growth (and least amount of tax)

Galileo Capital Financial Advisor Warren Ingram answers a frequently asked question.

An economic miracle is within our reach

An economic miracle is within our reach

The recent weak growth experienced in South Africa has been a function of once-off factors, argues Citadel’s Dr Adrian Saville.

At age 14 Marnus Broodryk started his own business. At 24 he was a millionaire

At age 14 Marnus Broodryk started his own business. At 24 he was a millionaire

Meet the CEO of disruptive accounting firm The Beancounter and “Shark” on M-Net’s new show "Shark Tank”.

5 things that’ll change when SABMiller goes (e.g. composition of Top 40 index)

5 things that’ll change when SABMiller goes (e.g. composition of Top 40 index)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Christopher Gilmour, Analyst at the Wealth and Investment Department at Barclays.

The Automation Paradox - automation will make us safer then unsafe

The Automation Paradox - automation will make us safer then unsafe

As machines become smart doing the work we once did, does it result in us becoming dumb? Some say yes.

R100 million fund for South African tech start-ups launches

R100 million fund for South African tech start-ups launches

Bruce Whitfield interviews Clive Butkow, the man building the new fund for high-potential tech businesses.