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The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield
A wrap-up of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related.
Award winning financial journalist Bruce Whitfield hosts The Money Show each weeknight on 702 and CapeTalk, offering a wrap of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related.
Whitfield interviews blue chip company CEOs, entrepreneurs and experts.
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Every week, The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield hosts a businessperson who has shown an ability to adapt to their conditions.
Money Show FAQs
Listeners ask questions, and Bruce Whitfield puts it to experts in this educational feature.
Personal Finance with Warren Ingram
Wealth manager, Warren Ingram's weekly contributions on The Money Show have built this impressive archive of audio content on a broad range of themes.
Small Business Focus
Business growth specialist, Pavlo Phitidis shares great advice on the back of his insights from the world of Small Business.
Andy Rice's Heroes and Zeros
Andy Rice discusses what' s hot and what's not in the world of advertising.
The best disruptors are focused on customers, not products; they use technology rather than fear it; they create new opportunities often where regulations don't exist and they are backed by those with deep pockets and an appetite for risk. Colin Cullis presents stories of Business Unusual - those people and companies driving the next industrial revolution.
Make Money Mondays
Each week, The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews a well-known guest about their attitudes to money – their hopes and fears, successes and failures.
The Money Show
An archive of each full weekday episode of the award-winning program presented by Bruce Whitfield.
The Best of the Money Show
Bruce Whitfield brings listeners the best of the day’s business news and insights, presented in a manner that makes money matters accessible to a broad audience.
What is going on in bone-dry Makhanda (Grahamstown)? Bruce Whitfield interviews Jacko Maree (St Andrew's College).
Paris-Sorbonne University accepted Khumo Mampuru into its master’s in quantitative economics course, but he’s €12 000 short.
"We’re still to see a Nigeria that grows at a clip of five to seven percent," says Neville Mandimika, Africa Strategist at RMB.
'Marketing' is not 'sales'. It’s not noise. It's a science, and you must get it right, says Pavlo Phitidis.
William Mapham pioneered Vula Mobile, the app that links healthcare workers with on-call medical and surgical specialists.
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"The Barefoot Coach" author Paddy Upton opens up about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).