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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1. How South Africa stole the 2010 World Cup

Bruce Whitfield interviews Rand Daily Mail Editor Ray Hartley, author of “The Big Fix - How SA stole the 2010 world cup”.

2. Meet the founder of Capitec Bank, named ‘Best Bank on Earth and Cheapest in SA’

Michiel le Roux speaks about the fascinating story behind the little bank that has the Big 4 shaking in their boots.

3. 'I think we’ll see R16 to the pound and R13 to the dollar' - George Glynos (ETM)

We expect the rand will appreciate in the next 12 to 18 months,” says ETM Analytics’ George Glynos.

4. Many cricketing heroes of yesteryear are living in poverty

There is a whole series of cricketers who have taken their own lives,” says famed commentator Neil Manthorp.

5. Why (right now) you’ll do well to invest in these 3 companies (by Ashburton)

Ashburton Fund Manager Suvasha Kander shares his stock picks of the week.

6. You (literally!) need gloves to handle Carolina Reaper - the world’s hottest chilli

Most people who eat a fresh Carolina Reaper will be projectile vomiting in the three to four minutes,” says Living Seeds founder Sean Freeman.

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'I think we’ll see R16 to the pound and R13 to the dollar' - George Glynos (ETM)

'I think we’ll see R16 to the pound and R13 to the dollar' - George Glynos (ETM)

June CPI came in slightly higher than expected. ETM Analytics’ George Glynos on what this could mean for interest rates.

Meet the founder of Capitec Bank, named ‘Best Bank on Earth and Cheapest in SA’

Meet the founder of Capitec Bank, named ‘Best Bank on Earth and Cheapest in SA’

Michiel le Roux speaks about the fascinating story behind the little bank that has the Big 4 shaking in their boots.

You literally need gloves to handle Carolina Reaper - the world’s hottest chilli

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Bruce Whitfield interviews Living Seeds founder Sean Freeman about "hot as hell" innovation in the chili industry.

Many cricketing heroes of yesteryear are living in poverty

Many cricketing heroes of yesteryear are living in poverty

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews famed commentator Neil Manthorp about the plight of our forgotten heroes.

Why (right now) you’ll do well to invest in these 3 companies (by Ashburton)

Why (right now) you’ll do well to invest in these 3 companies (by Ashburton)

Ashburton Fund Manager Suvasha Kander shares his stock picks of the week with The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield.

How South Africa stole the 2010 World Cup

How South Africa stole the 2010 World Cup

Bruce Whitfield interviews Rand Daily Mail Editor Ray Hartley, author of “The Big Fix - How SA stole the 2010 world cup”.

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