The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield
5 more years in the dark and The Science of the Arts...09/17/14
Chris Yelland, the Managing Director of EE Publishers explains why South Africa has up to five years to go before its electricity supply crisis is over. And Tony Lankester, the CEO of the National Arts Festival speaks about the Science of the Arts...
A good feeling and Make Money Monday
Ian Fuhr, the Author of ‘Get that Feeling’ speak about his book on our Book Feature. And Patrick Schofield, the Co-Founder of ThundaFund talks about how to make money with Crowdfunding.
Sliding Commodity Prices and Nokia Name ban
George Glynos, Managing Director and Economist at ETM Analytics talks about why our Commodity Prices are sliding. And Paul Theron, MD of Vestact shares this week’s Business Blunders, including the banning of Nokia’s name from Microsoft.
Oscar Trial Cost and Managing money better
Bernard Hotz, an Attorney at Werksmans gives an estimated break down of the cost of the Oscar Pistorius Trial. And Warren Ingram, the Financial Advisor at Galileo Capital shares what successful people wish they had known about money in their 20s.
Restructuring of Gold and Thumbs up for Technology
Srinivasan Venkat, the CEO of Anglo Gold Ashanti discusses how they will be restructuring their mining and exploration operations. Stafford Masie, the Founder of Thumbzup is this week’s Shapeshifter.
The Science of Telematics and iPhone 6 launch
Anton Ossip, CEO of Discovery Insure talks about the Science of Telematics and Aki Anastasiou, our EWN Tech Reporter speaks to us all the way from San Francisco about the launch of the iPhone 6.
Plummeting Pound and Buying a Franchise
Peter Kent, Portfolio Manager at Investec Asset Management talks about why the pound has slumped and how the Scottish Independence vote will affect the UK. And on Make Money Mondays, Kobus Oosthuizen , the MD of SA Franchise Warehouse talks about how...
Power to the Grid and Standard Bank Blunders
Chris Yelland, the Managing Director of EE Publishers discusses how Government plans to bring more power into the national grid through procurement from independent power producers. And Bruce gives us his Business Blunders all the way from Victoria...
Investor Confidence and Ambush Marketing
With all the corruption in South Africa, the crime and now the Zuma Spy Tapes, how will this affect investor confidence? Chris Hart, the Chief Economist of Investment Solutions. Sarah Brittten, Strategist Director of LabStore South Africa discusses...
South Africa is 56 and BrandSchizo
The 2013/2014 WEF Global Competitiveness Index was released today, which includes SA's updated ranking out of 148 economies. South Africa is ranked 56, last year it was 53. And Mike Stopforth, CEO of Cerebra gives his 5 Disconnects between the real...
African Bank under investigation and the illicit motor trade world
Patrice Rassou, the Portfolio Manager at Sanlam Investment Management discusses the merits of the Reserve Bank investigating African Bank. And Hugo Van Zyl, CEO of the South African Insurance Crime Bureau talks about ‘The Science of Hijacking’.
Standard Bank Glitch And The Machine Age
Standard Bank experienced major technical glitches, resulting in customers being unable to access accounts today. And Ian Mann, Business Strategist of Gateways Business Consultants reviews ‘The Second Machine Age’ by Andrew McAfee and Erik...
Petrol price drop and Gun Control for Children?
The retail price of petrol in South Africa will decrease by 67 cents to 13.66 rand a litre on Wednesday, Dawie Roodt, the Chief Economist at Efficient Group explains why this is good news for South Africans. And Paul Theron, MD OF Vestact gives this...
No Insurance for Earthquakes and Investment advice from Driving
Angelique Rudzicka, the Editor of Justmoney explains how to understand the small print in your insurance policies, especially relating to damage done to your property as a result of Earthquakes caused by mines. And Gregg Sneddon, the Financial Planner...
How to avoid Bank Debacles and Proudly South African
Stephen Logan of Logan Attorneys gives his “5 Steps to avoid another African Bank Debacle. And Leslie Sedibe, the CEO of Proudly SA, is this week’s Shapeshifter.
Generations wage dispute and The Science of the Sim Card
Xhanti Payi, Researcher and Economist at Nascene Research shares his view on the Generations wage dispute. And Mark Levy, the CEO of Blue Label talks about the Science of the Sim Card.
Bribery Charges dropped and The Missing Piece
Steven Powell, the Director of Forensics at ENS Africa explains why the SCCU cleared Executive Director, Takalane Tshivhase of bribery charges. And Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib Asset Management and Author talks about his new book ‘The...
Jackson Hole Conference and the Attack of the growing Tomatoes
Dennis Dykes, Chief Economist at Nedbank, shares his insights into the Kansas City Fed’s annual Jackson Hole conference, which was addressed by Janet Yellen. And Paul Theron’s Business Blunders of the week include a case of the non-stop growing...
An Audience with Raymond Ackerman and Mitigating losses
The Money Show held an Audience with Raymond Ackerman, and listeners were able to get to know one of South Africa’s well known and well liked business men. And Warren Ingram, the Financial Advisor at Galileo Capital asks what South African banks are...
New Eskom CEO and Moodys’ moods
Chris Yelland, Managing Editor at EE Publishers talks about whether he thinks that the newly appointed CEO of Eskom, Tshediso Matona, will be able to take on his new role effectively. And Chris Hart, the Chief Economist at Investment Solutions shares...
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