Retirement reforms, inspirational entrepreneurs, local elections, the Guptas… these all feature in our list of 2016’s 10 most-read articles from The Money Show.
However, nothing even remotely comes close to an article about a woman who started a profitable business with R1000 (and then wrote a book about it).
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On this day in 1966 parliamentary messenger Dimitri Tsafendas assassinated Verwoerd. Bruce Whitfield interviews John Matisonn.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews The Midday Report’s Stephen Grootes.
Bruce Whitfield interviews Michael Prinsloo, Alexander Forbes' Head of Best Practice in Research and Product Development.
Independent Analyst Craig Martin chooses three somewhat lesser known companies for our stock picks of the week.
Valerie Pole took R1000 and turned it into an extremely profitable business (and then wrote a book about it).
Mike Eilertsen, CEO of VAULTLife and LiveOutLoud SA, on entrepreneurship and amassing R7-million debt by the age of 25.
Bruce Whitfield interviews La Grange about her and Madiba's attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.)
Bruce Whitfield interviews Francois Janse van Rensburg, author of “Making Money through Buy-To-Let in South Africa".
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Galileo Capital Financial Advisor Warren Ingram.
Following a spate of farm murders in the Cape, the policing expert says there aren't enough stats available on farm killings.
Pan Africanist Congress's Narius Moloto explains why it supports the name Azania, a word which he says has Arabic origins.
Marli van Breda's ex took the stand in the trial of triple murder accused Henri van Breda.
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Elon Musk, as you’d expect, hails from an exceptional family. Bruce Whitfield interviews his Capetonian father.