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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.




How common is the theft of companies not paying their employees provident fund?

Unathi Kamlana, commissioner at Financial Sector Conduct Authority explains what the implications are for companies that do not pay towards their employees' provident fund, including the ANC. Sydney Soundy, executive manager at the Land Bank responds to aggravated farmers, who claim that the institution is forcing indebted farmers to liquidate. For shapeshifter, Takealot's Group CEO, Mamongae Mahlare discusses the e-commerce business in South Africa. See for...


Foot-and-mouth disease outbreak results is a ban on cattle transportation

Experts and industry players talk about the implication of the government's ban on the movement of cattle in order to curb the outbreak of the foot-and-mouth disease. Hannes van den Berg, co-head of SA equity and multi asset at Ninety-One analyses BHP, the world’s biggest miner's financial results, after it recorded US$40.6 billion in earnings. Gary Booysen, director at Rand Swiss discusses the seven questions to ask yourself before you make any investment; and one way to remember...


This is why Absa doubled its half-year dividend pay-out. Pick n Pay comes out swinging with a new QualiSave supermarket brand

Absa's new CEO, Arrie Rautenbach talks about the company interim financial results. Absa half-year earnings jump 27% and dividend pay-out doubled. Pick n Pay’s CEO Pieter Boone discusses the introduction of a new supermarket brand, dubbed Pick n Pay QualiSave, to the South African market. Business book review with futurist Graeme Codrington, Partner at TomorrowToday. He takes Bruce Whitfield through The Man Who Broke Capitalism: How Jack Welch Gutted the Heartland and Crushed the...


Business collaborating with the NPA will help build a capable state

Busisiwe Mavuso, CEO at Business Leadership South Africa gives a timeline on when they will start to collaborate with the NPA to aid them with skills it needs to prosecute cases. On The Money Show Explainer, Ahmore Burger-Smidt, director at Werksmans Attorneys discusses how mergers and acquisitions work in the telecommunications sector as Rain and MTN are courting Telkom. Then for Friday File, interdisciplinary artist, Nandipha Mntambo talks about venturing into functional...


MTN Group’s profits up 47%, but warns of price hikes in some markets

Ralph Mupita, CEO at MTN Group comments on their solid financial results and on the news that Rain, a data-only mobile network wants to merge with Telkom. Meanwhile, Duncan McLeod, founder and editor at Techcentral analyses Rain’s proposition to join with Telkom, weeks after MTN revealed its interest in the latter. Then, Gregg Sneddon, certified financial planner at The Financial Coach discusses tax planning when it comes to income retirement in our personal finance feature. See...


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Nedbank records strong interim financial results, with its dividend back above the 2019 pre-pandemic

Mike Brown, CEO at Nedbank Group on their improved half year results, and how they are working to grow their customer base. Paresh Prema, health branch head at Alexforbes and Craig Comrie, CEO at Profmed explains how the past year has changed the way medical aid schemes consider their price increases. It has now become a balancing act of inflation and affordability. Benji Meltzer, co-founder of Aerobotics, a South African start-up that provides intelligent tools to the world's...


The 2022 Women’s Day edition of The Money Show

Mary-Jane Morifi, chief corporate affairs and sustainability officer at Tiger Brands discusses how and why the food producer spent R4.2-billion to support black women-owned enterprises, specifically farmers. Zanele Njapha, the Unlearning Expert & Innovation Facilitator looks at the gender pay gap and why it continues to persist. For Investment School, Carmen Nel, Economist and Macro Strategist at Matrix Fund Managers gives a pragmatic take on ESG investing. She also explains how...


Court finds that suspended public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane undermined her office in her latest SARs report

Karyn Maughan, legal journalist at News24 on the findings of the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on the suspended Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane — that she violated the South Africa Revenue Service's official, Ivan Pillay, on her latest report on the revenue service. Wayne Duvenage, CEO at Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse explains how the private sector sharing their technical expertise with the NPA will help increase prosecutions. Then on Other People’s Money, actress Fiona Ramsay...


Capitec's online banking platforms plagued with outages for a second day

Francois Viviers of Capitec and Steven Ambrose, MD at Atvance Intellect explains why the lender's online platform have not been working. Friday File is on Bush Bites, the maker of gourmet nut butters See for privacy information.


This is why SA businesses that support corruption and state capture should be blacklisted

Ismail Momoniat, Acting Director General at National Treasury on how the South African government and private sector can hold Bain & Co responsible for its involvement in capturing SA Revenue Services—after the UK government suspended doing business with the firm for three years. Prof Tracy-Lynn Field, professor of Law at Wits looks at the missed opportunities to formalise the artisanal mining sector in the country. On personal finance, Warren Ingram, financial advisor and executive director...


Bain & Co has been banned from doing business with the UK govt for its role it played in capturing the SA revenue services

Lord Peter Hain, British politician & anti-apartheid fighter and Athol Williams, former senior partner at Bain & Company discuss the decision by the UK government to suspend doing business with Bain & Company for three years — and why the SA government is silent on the matter. Coen Jonker, co-founder & CEO at TymeBank on the digital bank acquiring leading fintech SME founder, Retail Capital, as it bolsters its business banking offering. Victor Barbosa, creative entrepreneur and co-founder of...


Busa: The idea of a social compact is not enough to implement interventions to promote investment and economic growth.

Cas Coovadia, CEO at Business Unity SA on why bilateral talks are needed between government and business in order to implement plans to change the country’s economic trajectory. Dr Leila Fourie, CEO of the JSE discusses the stock exchange’s interim financial results. Then on Investment School, Maya Fisher-French, personal finance journalist at Maya on Money explains how to get passive income from shares; and why property is not a passive investment. See for privacy...


Absa PMI falls in July from 52.2 points in June to 47.6 in due to load-shedding

Lisette IJssel de Schepper, economist at Bureau for Economic Research looks at how the country’s power crisis has impacted the manufacturing sector. Paul Matthew, CEO at Association of Meat Importers and Exporters on why the suspension of chicken tariffs is a major win for SA consumers. Clive Morris, founder & CEO of Clive Morris Productions speaks about his career and relationship with money. See for privacy information.


Does the ANC policy conference matter? Friday File - Luxurious Brandy's you'd want on your palate

Ferial Haffajee , Associate Editor at Daily Maverick and Lumkile Mondi,| Senior Lecturer at School of Economics and Business Science of the University of the Witwatersrand analyse the importance of the ruling party’s policy conference on South African citizens as the economy struggles. Michael Fridjhon, International Wine Expert at Wine Wizard speaks about luxurious Brandy's you'd want on your palate See for privacy information.


Friday File - Luxurious Brandy's you'd want on your palate

Guest: Michael Fridjhon | International Wine Expert at Wine Wizard See for privacy information.


This why Anglo American reduced its dividend pay-out. And is the US Fed has “meh” attitude towards inflation panic

Anglo American’s new CEO Duncan Wanblad takes Bruce Whitfield through his maiden half year financial results. He explains why the mining giant decided to reduce its dividend pay-out. Prof Adrian Saville, Investment Specialist at Genera Capital explains why the US Fed is not panicking about inflation See for privacy information.


Transnet swings from over R8bn FY loss to a R5bn profit

Portia Derby, CEO at Transnet on how they are turning their fortunes around. Paul Cruickshank, CEO of RCL Foods and Evan Walker, portfolio manager at 36ONE Asset Management discusses global inflation and how its impacting local food production. Coen Jonker, CEO at TymeBank is our Shapeshifter for the week. See for privacy information.


Anglo American Platinum declares bonus dividend despite lower earnings

Natascha Viljoen, CEO of Anglo-American Platinum on their financial results and her suggestion on how President Cyril Ramaphosa can solve SA’s energy crisis. Nyimpini Mabunda , CEO of General Electric Southern Africa discusses his book, Take Charge: Life Lessons. Then Temba Bavuma, South Africa batsman and limited-overs captain talks his career and relationship with money See for privacy information.


What will the deregulation of petrol price mean to consumers?

Siobhan Redford, economist at RMB scrutinises the government’s intention to introduce a price cap for 93 octane petrol. In the Money Show Explainer, Dr Thabi Leoka, independent economist answers why the SARB is increasing interest rates to tame headline inflation. For Friday File, Peter Tempelhoff, chef patron at South Africa’s top restaurant, Fyn discusses elements that have made them the finest eatery in the country. See for privacy information.