An archive of each full weekday episode of the award-winning program presented by Bruce Whitfield.
Sun International executive, Anthony Leeming explains why the group is still upbeat about the festive season bookings despite UK red list. Nick Dreyer, CEO and Co-Founder of Veldskoen tell Bruce Whitfield why the group is willing to give 100% off on Black Fridays if consumers are going to give or donate products – “Giving Friday with Veldskoens” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Du Toit, CEO at Tsogo Sun Gaming on their return to profitability and how Covid-19's effects are still lingering. Health chair of Business for SA, Stavros Nicolaou explains how the new variant will affect the country's fight against Covid-19. And on personal finance, Warren Ingram personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital discusses why smoking or eating junk food is the same as investing all your money in cash See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sipho Pityana, former chairman at AngloGold Ashanti speaks on his dismissal from the Absa board amid his pending case with the Reserve Bank's Prudential Authority concerning his appointment as the bank's chair. George Glynos, Head of Research at ETM Analytics on Turkey's currency nosedives after Erdogan defied critics and doubled down on his mania for low interest rates. Stefano Marani, CEO of Renergen is this week's shapeshifter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Henk Langenhoven, chief economist at the Minerals Council of South Africa discusses the mining industry's interest to get more renewable energy in order to lessen their reliance on the struggling power utility Eskom, and their struggle with government's red tape hindering their efforts. John Cairns, global markets strategist at Rand Merchant Bank on the weak rand. In investment school, Nerina Visser strategist and advisor at ETF SA speaks on understanding asset classes for your portfolio. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Evan Walker, portfolio manager at 36ONE asset management explains how local retailers are looking at local manufacturers to supply them with goods due to the supply chain disruptions. Dr Richards Lessells, infectious disease specialist at the KZN Research Innovation and sequencing platform at the University of KwaZulu Natal on data suggesting the looming Covid-19 4th wave. Then on other people's money, Indra Nooyi, former chair and CEO of Pepsi Co talks about her career and her book, My Life in Full: Work, Family, and Our Future See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andre De Ruyter, Eskom's group CEO takes Bruce Whitfield through the company's woes and evidence of sabotage. Noel Doyle, Tiger Brands' CEO analyses the company's full year earnings and share his view of the sector's growth in a lacklustre economy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr Thabi Leoka, economist discusses SARB's MPC's decision to increase the repo rate amid rising inflation. Bruce Whitfield goes through financial results of Investec and Life Healthcare with the company's executive. On personal finance, Warren Ingram personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital on ignoring the headlines when you make investment decisions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brett Botten, CEO at Spar Group on the company's financial results. Nick Wilkinson, Chairman of SA Olive discusses the story of the South African olive industry. Consumer Ninja Wendy Knowler explains a puzzling case of Capitec's long queues. Charlie Wright, co-founder at Clean my Bed, is our Shapeshifter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sam Sole, managing partner at amaBhungane discusses their win at the Pretoria High Court - this is after it ordered South African Revenue Service to provide former President Jacob Zuma's tax records to them and the Financial Mail within 10 days, as his tax records are a matter of public interest. Then executives at NinetyOne asset and Transactional Capital talk about their financial results. And in investment school, Hywel George, director of Investments at Old Mutual Investment Group explains how to factor global events to your investing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Richard Rushton, group CEO at Distell discusses their merger with European brewer Heineken. Dawie Maree, head of information and marketing at FNB Agribusiness on how the increase in the cost of ammonia will affect prices of food. Ian Mann, regular book reviewer and MD at Gateways Business Consultants reviews, ‘Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most' by Greg McKeown See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Martin Kingston, leader of the economic intervention work group at Business for South Africa on the sector's preparation for COVID19's fourth wave. As the country continues to battle with load-shedding, big retailers such as Shoprite have responded by using renewable energy to power their businesses. Sanjeev Raghubir, sustainability manager at Shoprite Group discusses how they aim to electrify 25% of their operations with renewable energy. For Friday File, Monique Spaltman , formulation specialist at Lulu & Marula discusses their natural and ethically skin products See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dondo Mogajane, director general at National Treasury and Edward Kieswetter commissioner at South African Revenue Service talk about the health of the fiscus after Finance Minister, Enoch Gondongwana delivered his mid-term budget speech. On personal finance, Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital on retirement planning. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alex Parker, motor industry journalist on why the biggest car manufacturers did not back up the COP26 agreement to reduce new car emissions by 2040. Shameel Joosub, Group CEO at Vodacom on the company paying R41 billion for a stake in Vodafone Egypt. And Gerrie Fourie, CEO at Capitec is The Money Show's Shapeshifter for the week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Outgoing Group CEO at Telkom Sipho Maseko speaks on the company's results. Maseko also denied news reports that there is a deal on the table for MTN to acquire the business. SMEs laments how load-shedding has affected their enterprises. In our Investment School, Tracy Davies Director at Just Share explains shareholder rights. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prof Thinus Booysen, senior lecturer in the department of electrical and electronic engineering at University of Stellenbosch explains why the power grid is so vulnerable. The “Procurement mafia" earmarks Gold Fields's new solar power station project. Kim Engelbrecht, South African Actress on money and her career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CEO at Discovery Health Dr Ryan Noach discusses their study on the efficacy of the Pfizer vaccine and why it's concerning that the country will not reach their vaccination target by the end of the year. Rachel Kolisi, co-founder at Kolisi Foundation on thinking of new ways to ensure philanthropy serves the larger population. For Friday File, Mike Ratcliffe co-founder and managing partner at Vilafonté discusses their fancy wines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rui Morais, CEO of Dis-Chem pharmacies on the company's financial results for the six months ending in August 2021 and their expansion plans. As the countdown to the local election results continues, experts analyse how the polling went. Hylton Kallner, Discovery Bank's CEO is the Shapeshifter of the week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin Lings, chief economist at Stanlib talks about the increase in petrol prices and factors that led to it. Melissa Fourie, executive director at the Centre for Environmental Rights on Cyril Ramaphosa's major green finance deal at COP26. And in investment school, Mduduzi Luthuli, co-founder and executive director at Luthuli Capital explains investment time horizons. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Political analysts analyse the first days of local municipal elections for 2021. Portia Derby, Transnet's CEO takes Bruce Whitfield through the company's financial results. Transnet's recorded a R8.4bn loss compared toto a R7.9bn profit previously. Stephen van Coller, EOH CEO talks about his philosophy towards saving and investing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
André de Ruyter, CEO at Eskom explains factors that led to load-shedding this week and the future of the national grid. Matete Thulare, Head of FX Execution at RMB on the weak performance of the rand. For Friday File, Karin Rae Matthee, founder of Dear Rae - a jewellery making company - joined Bruce Whitfield to talk about what inspires her designs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Patrick Kelly, chief director for Price Statistics at Stats SA, explains factors that led to the steep increase in producer inflation. Then, EOH's Stephen van Coller on their financial results. And on personal finance, Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor, and executive director at Galileo Capital explains how to know if you have shock absorbers in your investments See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Darren Hele, CEO of Famous Brands on load-shedding and their improving financial results.Natasha Maharaj, marketing director for Distell discusses what led to the shortages of Savanna ciders. Then president of Ford Motoring Company of SA Neale Hill is this week's Shapeshifter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sipho Pityana, former president of Business Unity SA on his claims that Reserve Bank's Prudential Authority blocked his nomination to become Absa's chairperson. James Formby, Chief Executive Officer at Rand Merchant Bank discusses why the SA delegation needs a detailed COP26 plan. Then in our Investment School, Viv Govender, portfolio manager at Rand Swiss explains personal share portfolio using your retirement funds See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Coal miners and suppliers to Eskom (Exxaro, Seriti) commit to solar projects in partnership with the power utility and Aspen opened the southern hemisphere's largest general anaesthetics manufacturing plant. Themba Godi , Former Chairperson at Scopa's share his views and philosophy toward investing and saving money See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Schussler, chief economist, and founder at Economists.co.za on how inefficiencies at Transnet's ports and rails are affecting the country's coal exports. Keet Van Zy, founding partner at VC firm and Knife Capital on the meeting President Cyril Ramaphosa had with SA entrepreneurs to hear how they can be best supported. For Friday File, Norman Meyer, co-founder at Meyer Von Wielligh on their bespoke furniture inspired by nature. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
James Hodge, chief economist at Competition Commission explains why they are planning to probe the e-commerce market in the country. Dr Eric Levenstein, director at Werksmans Attorneys on SA's business rescue system being recognised by a US Court as a viable working system. And on personal finance, Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital discusses how you should invest for your children and grandchildren See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bruce Whitfield talks to Pieter Boone, CEO of Pick n Pay about his appointment as the leader of the company and the supermarket's financial results. Ettienne le Roux, chief economist at RMB discusses concerns of inflation after annual consumer price inflation rose to 5% in September up from 4.9%. Then, Paul Hanratty, Group Chief Executive Officer at Sanlam is the Shapeshifter for this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mpumi Mpofu, chief executive officer at Airports Company of South Africa on the company's financial results. Gordon Angus, executive director at the SA engineers and founders' association on how previous wage negotiations in the steel and engineering sector have resulted in job losses in the industry. And Pieter Hundersmarck, fund Manager at Flagship Asset Management looks at five things investors need to watch out for when investing in emerging markets. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin Lings, chief economist at Stanlib talks about the Automobile Association's warning on the increase of petrol price in the coming days. Lings explains how this increase will trinkle into other parts of the economy. Jerome Brink, director in the tax & exchange control practice at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr decodes what SARS and Spur are fighting about. And on Other People's Money, Stuart Theobald, co-founder & executive chairman at Intellidex discusses his relationship with money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Flinn, managing director of Absa's Cape Epic discusses what participants and viewers can expect from this year's race. Andrew McLean, cycling expert and founder at Cycle Lab reflects on the growing cycling culture in SA. And for Friday File, Bjorn Vye, owner of Vye Cycle Kit gives the 411 on sportswear. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bruce Whitfield speaks to the CEO of Long4Life Brian Joffe about his decision to step down as the head of the company to take a position as chair of the same company. Joffe also speaks about the company receiving an unsolicited express of interest in all of its shares. Terry Gale, chairman of Exporters Club Western Cape explains what is causing the global supply crisis. And on personal finance, Warren Ingram personal financial advisor and Executive Director at Galileo Capital discusses the importance of knowing the risk of your investments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Siphamandla Mkwanazi, senior economist at FNB reflects on the retail sales after they bounced back from a steep declined caused by the July unrest. Matt Bronwell, Head of Brand Marketing at Yoco on how small businesses are returning to “normal” as lockdowns are being relaxed. Lisa Illingworth, CEO at Future Proof SA discusses the benefits of teaching entrepreneurship to pupils. And Aaniyah Omardien, founder and director of The Beach Co-Op is this week's Shapeshifter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prof Adrian Saville, investment specialist at Genera Capital analyses how the country's economy is growing as Covid-19 lockdown restrictions have been further relaxed. Andy Rice, branding and advertising experts, discusses his heroes and zeroes in the advertising world. Then Mia Kruger, director at Kruger International Asset & Wealth Management explains the basics of behavioural finance. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Retired judge Dennis Davis explains the importance of a chief justice while also looking at the outgoing Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's tenure. Designer, David Tlali will join Bruce Whitfield on the luxury of conversation brought to you Lexus LS 500. And Chester Missing and his friend, Conrad Koch discusses politics and their relationship with money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the world transition towards green energy and cutting out carbon emission, Bruce Whitfield speaks to Jesse Burton, senior associate at E3G about the future of coal for South Africa and the entire globe. Then for Friday File, Lize Du Preez, marketing director and daughter of the founder of Carmién Tea, discusses flavoured rooibos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew Stark, MD at Flight Centre and Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa CEO at TBCSA analyses the effects of SA being moved from the UK's red list. The court reinforces its decision that Santam should pay contingent business interruption claims to Ma-Afrika Hotels and Stellenbosch Kitchen. Then on Personal Finance, Warren Financial Advisor and Executive Director at Galileo Capital explains how to earn an income from investments when interest rates are low and property rental income is falling See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mike Schussler, founder at Economists dot coza uses data to explain the decline of the country's manufacturing sector and what the government can do to prop up the industry. Matthew Parks, parliamentary coordinator for Cosatu explains how their strike on Thursday will not further affect the country's ailing economy. Then, Prof Mamakgethi Phakeng, UCT's vice-chancellor is the Shapeshifter for this week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kokkie Kooyman, executive director at Denker Capital explains Absa's decision to exchange its investment business for a 17.5% stake in Sanlam Investment Holdings. Rob Stoke, non-executive chair at The Knowledge Trust on how they are working to tackle youth unemployment. In investment school, Mduduzi Luthuli co-Founder and Executive Director at Luthuli Capital, decodes investment edges. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Oxtoby, researcher at Democratic Governance and Rights Unit at UCT on the presidency's process to elect the next Chief Justice. Tebogo Tshwane, Investigative Journalist at Amabhungane on the Pandora Papers and how they have implicated Zimbabwe's richest man, Billy Rautenbach. And on Other People's Money, BBC Africa correspondent and author, Andrew Harding speaks to Bruce Whitfield about his career as a journalist. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Duncan McLeod, Founder and Editor of Techcentral| analyses the effects of Icasa extending its timetable to auction spectrum next year. Grant Jacobs, CEO of Hello Choice tells Ray White how his business managed to secure major investment from Standard Bank. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gerrie Fourie, CEO at Capitec Bank talks about their profits and how they were able to increase their active client base. Razia Khan chief economist at Standard Chartered Bank on Enoch Godongwana's plans to build an inclusive economy. And on Personal Finance, Warren Ingram, financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital explains how to make your retirement savings last as long as possible. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Experts talk on the SIU report, which revealed former health minister Zweli Mkhize's direct influence on the Department of Health's decision to award a R150-million contract to Digital Vibes. Andrew Woodburn, managing director at Amrop WoodburnMann on how the new law to force South African companies to report pay differences between executives and workers may affect skills at the workplace. Then Sheraan Amod CEO of the RecoMed is the Shapeshifter of the week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gina Schoeman, economist at Citi Bank explains the budget primary surplus and what led to the Treasury achieving it. Then Bruce Whitfield speaks to the founder of the Sigmund Project, Alan Elliott Merschen on how the platform is revolutionizing the global tourism industry. And Petri Redelinghuys, founder at Herenya Capital Advisor decodes the difference between technical and fundamental investing See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.