Trist reviewed the following books:
Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley by Antonio Garcia Martinez.
Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man's Fight for Justice by Bill Browder.
- Alibaba: The Inside Story Behind Jack Ma and the Creation of the World's Biggest Online Marketplace by Liu Shiying and Martha Avery.
Listen to the audio below for the reviews by Trisk.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Landman about her attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Tomson about his inspirational new book “The Code: The Power of ‘I Will’”.
Looking for stock picks? Bruce Whitfield interviews Falcon Crest Asset Managers Chief Investment Officer Farai Mapfinya.
The Black Business Council is quitting Business Unity South Africa, after 23 years of partnership and dialogue.
Bruce Whitfield played a clip from the audiobook of “Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike” by Nike founder Phil Knight.
A book about Alibaba, a company founded by a schoolteacher in his tiny apartment, now trumped only by Google in size.
Pick n Pay has been alerted by customers to errors on the latest Super Animals cards.
Wits associate professor of economics Christopher Malikane speaks to Azania Mosaka about the term that is being bandied about.
The DA believes that raising taxes is not the answer to South Africa's economic woes and propose more cost-cutting for government.
How did Ngebulana build his empire? The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed him for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.
Got a spare R200 or R300 a month? Here’s how to make that money work hard and grow…
"Recognise that it’s not the end, it’s the beginning." Expert advise for school-leavers who want to improve their results.
The EFF lawyer stole the show during the state capture report court battle.
WIN R2000! But only if you can prove you're a whiz of the MTN Biz Quiz by answering the following three questions...
Is social trend Blesserfinder, where girls are allegedly matching up with rich 'benefactors' in exchange for sex, a real thing?
The tourism industry is questioning the veracity of the surprisingly upbeat tourism figures and the timing of their release.