The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield
SA Famers getting older and Book: How Much is Enough03/02/15
Bruce got a variety of views on the age of SA farmers. Bruce spoke to Andrew Bradley, Co-Author of ‘How Much is Enough?’.
Old Mutual releases results and the Business Blunders of the week
Bruce talked to Old Mutual CEO Julian Roberts about the group’s results. Find out who made the Blunders list this week.
More on budget 2015 and Massmart’s results
Ray White hosted the show and got a variety of views on the 2015 budget. Guy Hayward, CEO of Massmart, talked about the group’s performance.
Budget 2015 from many angles and Shapeshifter WhiskyBrother
Bruce spoke to Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene and others about Budget 2015. Neil Paterson, Co-Owner of WhiskyBrother, tells their business story.
Three big CEOs talk about the state of their companies and The Science...
Bruce talked to Shoprite’s Whitey Basson, Discovery’s Adrian Gore and Imperial’s Mark Lamberti about their companies. Felix Ratheb, CEO of Sea Harvest, tells us about the deep sea fishing industry.
Nedbank results and the Tax Free Savings Account
Bruce talked to Nedbank CEO Mike Brown about the group’s results. We find out more about the tax free savings account in Make Money Mondays
Traffic jams in SA and the Brutal Biz Quiz
Bruce talked to two expert on traffic congestion in SA and find out if you can answer the questions in today’s Brutal BizQuiz.
Who was Jan van Riebeeck? The value of a financial adviser
Bruce talked to a historian about whoJan van Riebeeck really was. Financial Guru Warren Ingram explains the value of a financial advisor.
Inflation drops sharply and Shapeshifter Sipho Maseko
Bruce talked to FNB Economist Alex Smith about the newest inflation numbers. Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko tells his Shapeshifting story.
Economy growth and Cape Town to appear on Monopoly
Loane Sharpe, the Economist at the Free Market Foundation predicts that by the end of the year, the economy will grow by 4% or more. And Caroline Hillary, the spokesperson for Prima Toys talks about how Cape Town could represent South Africa in a...
CEO of ZA Domain Name Authory (ZADNA), spoke to Ray about crossing the...
Ray White (in for Bruce Whitfield) was joined in studio by Sandile Soga, the author of ‘Money Talks’ about simplifying business, investment and insurance jargon for the lay man, while Vika Mpisane, the CEO of ZA Domain Name Authory (ZADNA), spoke to...
Anglo CEO talks SONA and the Brutal BizQuiz
Mark Cutifani, CEO of Anglo America, talks about the group’s results and touches on politics. Find out if you can get the answers to the Brutal BizQuiz.
Five things government needs to focus on and Shapeshifter: Parcelninja
Bruce talked to Ivor Chipkin, Executive Director of the Public Affairs Research Institute, about five critical government issues. Justin Drennan told the Parcelninja story.
Tricky Tuesday and the Science of Talent Management
Find out what the number 51 376 relates to. Marc Kahn, Global Head of Human resources for Investec, talks about the Science of Talent Management.
Amplats on returning to a profit and Stock Pick Monday
Bruce spoke to Chris Griffith, CEO of Anglo American Platinum, about the group’s results. Andrew Vintcent, Portfolio Manager at Stanlib, shares his stock picks.
Crucial ten days for crop and the Business Blunders of the week
Bruce talked to an agriculture economist about the next ten days for grain farmers. Find out why Coca-Cola is on this week’s blunders list.
Eskom announces stage3 load shedding and Retiring in 10 years
Bruce talked to a variety of guests about Eskom and the economy. Warren Ingram talks personal finance and pointers to retire.
The Eskom war room and Shapeshifter: Santie Botha
Bruce talked to Chris Yelland, MD of EE Publishers, about the issues the Eskom war room may be facing. Santie Botha talked about her life and carreer.
Responsible investing and the Science of Terrorism Funding
Bruce talked about responsible investing relating to questions from our listeners with regards to Curro. Bernard Hotz, Head of Business Crime & Forensics at Werksmans, explained how terrorism funding works.
Make Money Mondays: trustworthy markets and The Superbowl as an ad event
Bruce talked to Nerina Visser, from the Chartered Financial Analysts Society, about trustworthy markets. Michael Goldman, from Gibs, explains how the Superbowl works.
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