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.

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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Victims of FNB safety deposit box heists hire private investigators

Victims of FNB safety deposit box heists hire private investigators

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield speaks to a woman whose father lost Krugerrands worth almost R1 million.

Financial advisor answers listeners' money questions

Financial advisor answers listeners' money questions

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Galileo Capital Personal Financial Advisor Warren Ingram.

Data, data everywhere! Meet Ornico Group’s Oresti Patricios…

Data, data everywhere! Meet Ornico Group’s Oresti Patricios…

Ornico monitors and simplifies “big data” for 300 local advertisers, either directly or through their agencies.

Gold may amaze us this year (coal, not so much) – Mineweb Editor Warren Dick

Gold may amaze us this year (coal, not so much) – Mineweb Editor Warren Dick

The outlook for gold (and other precious metals), oil, coal and steel in 2017…

3 Business Unusual predictions for 2017

3 Business Unusual predictions for 2017

How speech, hacking and blockchain will generate lots of news this year.

Meet the orphan who started a novel carwash service to pay for his own education

Meet the orphan who started a novel carwash service to pay for his own education

Abandoned as a baby; the young orphan knew his potential, so he founded a innovative carwash service to pay for his education.

The rules on gap cover are changing

The rules on gap cover are changing

Medical aid limits cover to the Medical Scheme Tariff which invariably falls way short of what doctors and/or specialists charge.

Mugabe spends R491m on travel (but can’t find R3.4m to fight a typhoid outbreak)

Mugabe spends R491m on travel (but can’t find R3.4m to fight a typhoid outbreak)

Robert Mugabe spent almost half a billion rand on travel in the first 10 months of 2016, reports Africa at Work's Dianna Games.

How I’m investing for my child’s education - share trader Garth McKenzie

How I’m investing for my child’s education - share trader Garth McKenzie

Share trader Garth McKenzie started a portfolio of 10 stocks when his son was born. It’s going quite well for him…