The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield
5 Things you never knew were insured and Noot vir Noot07/30/14
Bob Dee, the Head Waiter at Lloyds of London describes Five things that you never knew were insured. And Johan Stemmet, the Presenter and Executive Producer of Noot vir Noot is this week’s Shapeshifter.
Unemployment Rate Increase and The Science of the Expensive Holiday
Terry Bell, Labour Columnist for Fin24 and Citi Press talks about South Africa’s unemployment rate increase which reached 25.5 percent of the labour force. And Martina Bath, the owner of ‘Let’s Go There’ speaks about the Science of the Expensive...
World War 1 - 100 Year Anniversary And ‘Why States Recover’
Dr Catherine Burns, researcher at Wits Institute of Economics and Social Research tells us the influence of War on the Economy in light of the 100 year anniversary of World War One. And Greg Mills, the author of ‘Why States Recover’ talks about his...
A need for Productivity in the Mining sector and Recycling fail in China
Mark Cutifani, the CEO of Anglo-American talks about the Company’s results and the mining sector 20 years from now. And Paul Theron, MD of Vestact shares this week’s Business Blunders, including a major recycling blunder, where by a man in China dumps...
Kyalami auctioned off at R205 Million and would a three day working...
Toby Venter, CEO of Porsche South Africa talks about his purchase of Kyalami Race Track. And Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist at Efficient Group gives his opinion on whether Carlo Slim’s three day working week would be workable.
Africa’s largest commercial development and inspiring entrepreneur as...
Norbet Sasse, CEO of Growth Point Properties tells us how Discovery’s Sandton office is set to become Africa’s largest commercial development. And Mike Eilertsen, CEO of VAULTLIFE and LiveOutLoud SA is this week’s shapeshifter.
Are Mail and Guardian in Financial trouble and the Science of the...
Trevor Ncube, Chairman of the Mail and Guardian responds to reports published in The Star newspaper that his operations are in financial trouble. And Andrew Schaefer, the Managing Director of Trafalgar Properties speaks about the Science of the...
Learning from Failure and The Risk of losing skilled professionals
Bruce speaks to Megan McArdle about her book ‘The Up Side of Down’. And The Big Issue this week, is the risk of South Africa losing more skilled Young People.
Flying over Conflict Zones and Kim Kardashian’s Business Blunder
Guy Leitch, Editor and Publisher SA Flyer tells us the consequences of flying over conflict zones, relating to the Malaysian Airline. And Paul Theron, MD of Vestact discusses this week’s Blunders, including Kim Kardashian’s new app.
10 Stocks for his son and myths of business coaching
Garth Mckenzie, Founder and Editor of TradersCorner.co.za shares the 10 stocks he bought for his son. And Greg Mason, Certified Business and Executive Coach demystifies the myths of business coaching.
The Entrepreneurial Dragon supports South Africa and the Craft of Beer
James Caan, Entrepreneur and Television Personality of the Dragons’ Den is in South Africa TO SUPPORT A South African Programme that helps with loans for Start Ups. And this week’s Shapeshifter is Ndumiso Madlala, the Chief Beer Officer at MadMead...
Tricky Tuesday Number Game and The Science of Money Laundering
Bruce asks listeners in a new game on The Money Show, what the Number 203 signifies? And Martin Woods, the Global Head of Financial Crime for the Regulated Businesses of Thomson Reuters explains ‘The Science of Money Laundering’
The Disciplined Pursuit of Less and The BRICS 2014 Summit
Ian Mann reviews the book “Essentialism” by Greg McKeown on the Book Feature. And Abdullah Verachia, GIBS faculty member, talks about this week’s Big Issue, the BRICS 2014 Summit.
Eskom posts healthy results.
In light of the forthcoming 2014 FIFA World Cup final between Argentina and Germany, Bruce Whitfield spoke to Geroge Glynos – Director at ETM (Econometric Treasury Management) analytics about the economies of these two countries. Eskom Financial...
Things to consider before selling off your business
Vivian Atud Economist at the Free Market Foundation, argued against decreasing executive pay because doing so does not address the root causes of inequality. In the Small Business segment of the show Pavlo Phitidis – Director and CEO of the Aurik...
SA stagflation trap and the implications of Brazil's loss to Germany in...
Bruce spoke to Chris Hart, Chief Economist at Investment Solutions about why South Africa is in a stagflation trap. Michael Goldman, Adjunct faculty member at GIBS reflected on the financial implications of the Brazilan soccer team's loss to Germany.
The Lasting Impact of Strike Activity and ‘The Science of Networking’
Rau Neren, CEO of SACCI is quite concerned that the consequences of the strike activity will have a lasting impact on business confidence, investor confidence and financial stability. And Helen Nicholson, CEO of the Networking Company talks about ‘The...
The Roadside MBA and Legalising Marijuana
Ray White is in for Bruce. Ray talks to co-author Scott Schaeffer about his book “The Roadside MBA”. And our Big Issue this week is whether South Africa should follow Colorado State in America and legalise Marijuana; could moving these sales into our...
Motor Industry in trouble and Business Blunders
General Motors stated today that the metal and engineering sector has impacted upon the supply of components to its production line. And Paul Theron shares this week’s Business Blunders, including BNP Paribas being fined R100 billion.
Credit Rating at Risk and The Wolf of Wall Street
Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist at Efficient Group, tells Nikiwe who is in for Bruce, why Moody’s Investors Service’s statement that South Africa’s credit rating is at risk due to the strikes. And Motivational Speaker and former Stockbroker, better known...
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