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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.




Eskom receives diesel supply from PetroSA

Bruce is joined by the Solutions Oriented Energy Analyst at Virtual Energy and Power, Clyde Mallinson and The Editor at Former Editor Business Day, Peter Bruce to unpack 50 million litres of diesel for the national power utility Eskom from state-owned PetroSA. South African Reserve Bank Hikes Rate by 7% The Chief Economist at Alexander Forbes, Isaah Mhlanga discusses the Reserve Bank hikes rates, The MPC decided to increase the repurchase rate by 75 basis points to 7% with effect from...


The Auditor General's report on the performance of national and provincial government

Tsakani Maluleke, auditor-general of South Africa recounted governments finances — and called on the government to instil a culture of accountability in the public sector in order to improve service delivery to the citizenry. Serame Taukobong, group CEO at Telkom on their interim revenue taking a hit and profit decreasing by 52% as its fixed-line business drags. Then for our shapeshifter, the resilient Amanda Dambuza, founder and group CEO Uyandiswa spoke about the many hats she wore...


ZA leisure activity recovering, but not at pre-Covid levels yet

Joe Spring, head of location & commerce at Lightstone on what the data says about how people are spending their leisure time as Covid-19 cases have eased. Seelan Gobalsamy, CEO at Omnia on how the company was able to record exceptional financial results in a challenging macroeconomic environment. In our Investment School, Simon Fillmore portfolio manager at Independent Securities explains why growth stocks are finally trading at a discount. See for...


Fewer Covid-19 cases help boost Netcare’s financial results

Dr Richard Friedland, CEO at Netcare, on what aided it to record a 3% increase in normalised revenue to R21.6 billion for the year. Donald MacKay, director at XA Global Trade Advisors on whether the government made the right decision to halt metal scrap exports. Then Alan Knott-Craig Jnr, former iBurst and Mxit CEO and current Chairman at spoke about his relationship with money. Knott-Craig Jnr also gave entrepreneurship lessons he learned throughout the years. See...


Govt sweetens its public sector wage offer to an effective 7.5%

• Terry Bell, labour analyst and Isaah Mhlanga, Chief Economist at Alexander Forbes analyst the effect of a high wage offering to the public sector. • Isaac Mashego, Senior Economist at Nedbank on The Money Show Explainer: How will rating agencies affect SA's sovereign rating? • Friday File - Kojo Baffoe's experiences in luxurious motorcycles See for privacy information.


Investec almost doubles its half-year profit

Fani Titi, CEO at Investec talks about their financial results – and what the government should do to kickstart the economy. As jitters continue in the crypto-market, Simon Dingle, CEO at Inves maps out what you should know. Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital discusses financial regrets and what you can learn from the implosion of FTX and the collapse of crypto prices. See for privacy information.


Power outages pummelled the retail sector, Stats SA's data shows

Evan Walker, portfolio manager at 36ONE Asset Management analyses the impact of load-shedding on the commercial sector. Carel de Jager, research group leader for Blockchain technology at CSIR on FTX contagion spread as another crypto Genesis halts withdrawals. Then Business Day's new sheriff, Alexander Parker was our shapeshifter for the week, he spoke about his career and the state of journalism. See for privacy information.


A look into how government's ineptitude has contributed to the increase in the cost of living

Xhanti Payi, economist & founder at Nascence Advisory looks at how much government’s blunders have cost the economy. David Hurwitz, CEO at Transaction Capital on the company declaring a higher dividend as WeBuyCars shines. As FXT filed for bankruptcy, in our investment school, Viv Govender, portfolio manager at Rand Swiss gives a cautionary tale on investing in crypto. See for privacy information.


SAA deal in the balance as Gidon Novick reigns

Gidon Novick, co-founder at Lift Airline on his reasons why he left the board of Takatso consortium, which is SAA's equity partner. Andrew Woodburn, managing director at Amrop Woodburn Mann on why faking your qualification as a senior executive is pervasive in South Africa. Then actress and television host Lerato Mvelase spoke about her finances in Other People’s Money. See for privacy information.


TFG, owner to American Swiss, Markham's and Total Sports, posts record first-half performance

Guest: Anthony Thünstrom, CEO at TFG on their financial results — and how loadshedding disrupted their trading, and their overall sales. On The Money Show Explainer, Chris Christodoulou, director at Christodoulou & Mavrikis Inc explains how Ster-Kinekor escaped the clutches of business rescue. In our Friday File, Lance Goodale founder and co-owner of Victorian Bathroom talks about their luxurious bathrooms. See for privacy information.


US inflation slows more than expected in October, giving the Fed more room to slow down their interest rates hikes

Dr Adrian Saville, investment specialist at Genera Capital — explains how the cooling down of the US CPI means for the global fight against inflation. Isaah Mhlanga, chief economist at Alexander Forbes on the public sector strike, and how it was an unrealistic expectation from the government to assume unions would agree to a 3% wage increase, which is below inflation. On personal finance, Palesa Dube, financial planner and co-founder at Wealth Creed looks at what you can do if your...


Cryptocurrency is the biggest loser in 2022, as it records trillions in losses

Carel de Jager, research group leader for Blockchain technology at CSIR analyses what led to the downfall of FTX. Chad Thomas, independent organised crime investigator at Irs Forensic Investigators looks into how a man who faked his own death with the help of his wife — was able to claim R1.7m from Old Mutual Bank in 1999 and he hid for 23 years. David Baker, Sir-Fruit’s co-founder, talks about how they were able to build the juice brand in our shapeshifter feature. See...


Rich countries commit R1.5 trillion for SA's just transition, but when will load-shedding end?

Chris Yelland, energy analyst on the recent pledges by Western countries to help South Africa plug into clean energy. Daniel Mminele, head of the Presidential Climate Finance Task Team explains the plan they presented at COP27 on how they will transition SA to clean energy. On the US’ findings of a terror group in South Africa, Pieter Alberts, acting executive manager for Monitoring and Analysis at Financial Intelligence Centre looks at the country’s financial institutions' laws regarding...


SA's ailing economy prepares for another crippling national strike by the public sector

Isaac Mashego, senior economist at Nedbank discusses the looming national strike by the public sector workers, which are currently at loggerheads with the government regarding salary increases, as the cost-of-living is on the rise. As COP27 talks kick off, Nazmeera Moola chief sustainability officer at Ninety-One explains how SA must navigate the transition to net zero. Then on Other People’s Money Rian van Heerden, former host of the drive time show on Jacaranda FM and now producer of...


The Money Show Explainer: How Glencore bribed its way across Africa

Prof Patrick Bond, Political Economist And Distinguished Professor of Sociology at University of Johannesburg discuss the long history of bribery by Glencore and shady deals on the African continent. Glencore has been ordered to pay R5.7bn over African bribes. See for privacy information.


Global inflation outlook

The Federal Reserve announced its fourth consecutive hike in interest rates, as it continues to fight against high inflation — Prof Adrian Saville, Investment Specialist at Genera Capital explained what the implications are for the global inflation outlook. Miyelani Maluleke, senior economist at Absa looked at how much load-shedding has cost South Africa's economy in 2022. Gugu Sidaki, co-founder and director at Wealth Creed discussed money lessons for children in our personal finance...


Special broadcast of The Absa Champagne in Africa Festival 2022. And, Shapeshifter, Chris Weylandt, CEO at Weylandts - the man behind luxurious furniture

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"War profiteering" in the energy sector.

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New record high diesel prices to squeeze depressed consumers further. Why SA"s mega infrastructure roll-out plan is failing to fly?

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Gold Fields' proposed $6.7bn offer to takeover Canada's Yamana Gold.

Chris Griffith, CEO at Gold Fields defends the company’s plan to buy Yamana Gold. Wayne Duvenage, CEO at Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse looks at whether motorists can get their e-toll money back from Sanral after the finance minister, Enoch Godowngwan announced a plan to rid it of its debt. For Friday File, The Money Show celebrated World Global Champagne Day with the help of Steven Steinfeld, The Joburg Foodie, who gave five tips to elevate your experience of Champagne. See...