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

1. Oscar Pistorius defence lawyer Barry Roux opens up about money

Bruce Whitfield interviews Barry “I put it to you” Roux about his attitude to money - his hopes and fears, successes and failures…

2. Five advantages of leasing instead of owning a car (lower monthly payments!)

Want (or need) a new car? Dale Scorer (a wealth manager at AlphaWealth) reckons you should consider leasing.

3. Pravin Gordhan wants SAA to fire its entire board. Good idea, or not?

The Minister of Finance is correct in thinking about changing the whole board,” says independent transport economist Joachim Vermooten.

4. SABMiller/AB InBev 'Megabrew' deal - the 1st casualty of Brexit?

If this falls through it’ll be an almighty explosion. Everyone will be licking their wounds,” says Vestact CEO Paul Theron.

5. JSE CEO comes clean about the stock exchange’s misleading foreign trade stats

Bruce Whitfield interviews JSE CEO Nicky Newton-King about the glitch that led to the miscalculation of foreign trading stats.

6. SABMiller/AB InBev - things fall apart?

A Bloomberg News journalist discusses the reasoning behind (and implications of) SABMiller’s halting of the “Megabrew” merger.

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SABMiller/AB InBev - things fall apart?

SABMiller/AB InBev - things fall apart?

A Bloomberg News journalist discusses the reasoning behind (and implications of) SABMiller’s halting of the “Megabrew” merger.

5 advantages of leasing instead of owning a car (lower monthly payments!)

5 advantages of leasing instead of owning a car (lower monthly payments!)

Want (or need) a new car? Dale Scorer (a wealth manager at AlphaWealth) reckons you should consider leasing.

SABMiller/AB InBev 'Megabrew' deal - the 1st casualty of Brexit?

SABMiller/AB InBev 'Megabrew' deal - the 1st casualty of Brexit?

The fall in the value of the pound could scupper the deal, as it is now worth considerably less than before the UK referendum.

Pravin Gordhan wants SAA to fire its entire board. Good idea, or not?

Pravin Gordhan wants SAA to fire its entire board. Good idea, or not?

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews independent transport economist Joachim Vermooten.

JSE CEO comes clean about the stock exchange’s misleading foreign trade stats

JSE CEO comes clean about the stock exchange’s misleading foreign trade stats

Bruce Whitfield interviews JSE CEO Nicky Newton-King about the glitch that led to the miscalculation of foreign trading stats.

Oscar Pistorius defence lawyer Barry Roux opens up about money

Oscar Pistorius defence lawyer Barry Roux opens up about money

Bruce Whitfield interviews Barry “I put it to you” Roux about his attitude to money - his hopes and fears, successes and failures…

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