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An archive of each full weekday episode of the award-winning program presented by Bruce Whitfield.

An archive of each full weekday episode of the award-winning program presented by Bruce Whitfield.


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An archive of each full weekday episode of the award-winning program presented by Bruce Whitfield.




Serame Taukobong to take the helm at Telkom. Shapeshifter: Osman Arbee CEO at Motus

Serame Taukobong has been announced as the new group CEO of Telkom, he will take over from Sipho Maseko in 2022. He spoke to Bruce Whitfield about the appointment and his plans for the company. We looked at China's crackdown on tech companies. And Osman Arbee, CEO at Motus, told Whitfield about his upbringing, race and how he survived a stroke. See for privacy information.


SARS is narrowing in on VBS alleged looter. IMF nations approve billions to aid virus fight

Daily Maverick Journalist Pauli Van Wyk discusses how SA’s revenue service's criminal and illicit economy division was able to trace VBS money to a Limpopo businessman. IMF nations approve a record of $650 billion to help fight Covid-19; the bulk of that money might go to rich countries. Then in our Investment School, Joseph Busha managing director at MJ Busha Investment Group talks about a diversified portfolio for the rewired investor. See for privacy information.


Why the fuel price keeps on increasing. Prolific painter John Meyer talks about money

This coming Wednesday, the petrol price is set to increase again. This will mean in just seven months; the price of fuel has jumped by 23%. Experts explain why the price of this commodity keeps on going up. Then in our business book feature, Prof Ian Goldin spoke to Bruce Whitfield about his book, Rescue: From Global Crisis to a Better World. And accomplished painter John Meyer joined Whitfield in Other People’s Money. He spoke about his work on the late former president Nelson Mandela and...


Eskom lays out a new growth plan. Friday File: Karoo Creations

CEO of Eskom Andre de Ruyter speaks to Bruce Whitfield about how they are planning to transition from the use of coal to solar energy in order keep the country's lights on. For our Friday File, we featured Karoo Creations. Their story is about surviving in hard times. As Covid-19 dissipated the tourism industry, which they operate in, they decided to venture into making wool duvets. Karoo Creations is now a thriving business See for privacy information.


Anglo American's special dividend and share buy-back. Personal Finance feature with Supersaver Julia

Mark Cutifan CEO at Anglo American talks about their stellar financial performance for the first half of 2021. Then Riaan van Reenen, CEO at Discovery Life, discusses why their planning to make their clients who are not vaccinated to pay higher premiums. As we wrap up the savings month, Bruce Whitfield spoke to Supersaver Julia in our Personal Finance feature. See for privacy information.


The department of finance's R38.9 billion economic support to citizens and businesses. Shapeshifter: Biovac’s Dr. Morena Makhoana

Finance minister Tito Mboweni discusses government's economic support to businesses who have been affected by the unrest, and citizens who are struggling due to the prolonged lockdown. He also explained how the government is working to grow the economy. Bruce Sanday, CEO at Nature’s Garden and Vegetable Processors Forum spoke about the threat that dumping of potatoes poses to the local industry. And Dr. Morena Makhoana, CEO at Biovac is our Shapeshifter for this week. See...


Is the recent public wage deal good for taxpayers? Yoco raises a whopping R1.2 billion in funding

Citibank economist Gina Schoeman discusses whether the wage increase of 1.5% and other financial benefits for public workers are good for the fiscus. Katlego Maphai , CEO of Yoco spoke to Bruce Whitfield about how they were able to raise millions in funding — and how they plan to use the money to further grow the company. And for our investment school, Gary Booysen director at Rand Swiss explained the dark side of ETFs See for privacy information.


Tiger Brands recalls R650 million worth of canned products. Liquor industry given R7.5bn in tax postponement - but does it mean anything ?

Noel Doyle, Tiger Brands’ CEO take Bruce Whitfield through the recall of canned products and what it means for the company. Liquor industry suffered billions alcohol bans so government has been given R7.5bn in tax postponement – does it mean anything for the sector and tax collectors. Charles De Wet, Tax Executive at ENSAfrica explains. And Stavros Nicolau , Senior Executive responsible for Strategic Trade Development at Aspen Phamrcare says Aspen will release the first supplies of J&J...


How is the JSE attracting new listing? Is it losing its midas touch?

Valdene Reddy, Director of Capital Markets at JSE Group discusses how the bourse has been affected a number of delisting and no new listings. Marie Aoun, founder Director at Saint d'Ici talk about her business of scents and manufacturing natural perfumes. See for privacy information.


SA Reserve Bank’s MPC keeps repo rate unchanged at 3.5%. What are the effects on the economy?

Prof Adrian Saville, Investment Specialist at Genera Capital and professor at Gibs discusses the effects of the repo rate remaining unchanged by the central bank and what it needs to consider for the growth of the economy. Warren Ingram, Personal Financial Advisor and Executive Director at Galileo Capital shares some advice whether people should continue to invest in the country or leave following week of looting and violence. See for privacy information.


Is South Africa facing a Food security crisis? What has Shapeshifter, Brett Dawson (Former CEO of Dimension Data) founder of Campan bee up to?

Sandile Zungu, President of Black Business Council shares his takes from a meeting that that place between 90 CEOs and business leaders with President Ramaphosa following a week of looting and anarchy. Wandile Sihlobo, economist with Agricultural Business Chamber analyses some of the food security issues South Africa faces. Brett Dawson, (DiData’s ex-CEO) founder of Campan and Chairman of Free2Cycle talks about his career path and optimism he has on South Africa’s business sector despites...


The Billionaire’s Boys Club race to Space. Investment School - Simon Brown, financial educator Just One Lap on how to grow dividends

Experts discuss employee rights outside the workplace, Prof David Block, astronomer, and former director at the Cosmic Dust Laboratory At Wits University analyses the significance of Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson's trips into space. Investment School - Simon Brown, financial educator Just One Lap share tips on how to grow and hold on to dividends from investments. See for privacy information.


The enormity of rebuilding anew after last week's unrest. Other People’s Money - World-renowned composer and producer Lebo M

Businesspeople and experts discus the cost of rebuilding the business sector after a week of anarchy and looting in some provinces on the country. World-renowned composer and producer Lebo M talk stalks about his relationship with money and investments. See for privacy information.


Private sector steps up to repairs damages cause by looting.

Dr Adrian Enthoven , deputy chairperson of Solidarity Fund, Imtiaz Sooliman, founder and chairman of Gift of the Givers and Amanda Mohr, Commercial Director of Skynamo share how their companies are assisting with helping communities to rebuild following a week of looting and anarchy in parts of South Africa. See for privacy information.



Guest: Jessika Balzer | Co-Founder and Designer at PROJECT DYAD See for privacy information.


Market Commentary

Guest: David Peacock at Sanlam Private Wealth See for privacy information.


Skynamo helping customers affected by the looting to rebuild

Guest: Amanda Mohr | Commercial Director at Skynamo See for privacy information.


Gift of the Givers steps in to assist the government and regions affected by the looting

Guest: Imtiaz Sooliman | Founder and Chairman at Gift of the Givers See for privacy information.


This is how the Solidarity Fund has been affected by the looting during the third wave of Covid-19

Guest: Dr. Adrian Enthoven | Deputy Chairperson at Solidarity Fund See for privacy information.


How will SA attract foreign investors after days of looting?

Jacko Maree, President’s Special Investment Envoy and chair of Liberty discusses how the presidency, and the business sector will try to attract foreign direct investment in the country following a week of anarchy and looting in some provinces in the country. FlySafair’s CEO, Elmar Conradie explains why the airline decided to add more flights to Durban to assist with transportation of supplies. Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor, and executive director at Galileo Capital shares some...