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Make Money Mondays

Every Monday evening between 19:30 and 20:00, Bruce Whitfield will discuss financial tips and other areas of making money.

Listen out every Monday 18:00 - 20:00, or come back each week for the wrap-up podcast.

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Michael Jordaan (ex FNB CEO, ex Chair of Mxit) bares his soul about money

Michael Jordaan (ex FNB CEO, ex Chair of Mxit) bares his soul about money

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Rain Director Michael Jordaan about his money beliefs and history.

Discovery CEO (and founder) Adrian Gore bares his soul about money

Discovery CEO (and founder) Adrian Gore bares his soul about money

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Gore about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).

Geek God Aki Anastasiou opens up about money

Geek God Aki Anastasiou opens up about money

Bruce Whitfield asks the famed tech reporter about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.)

Wits economics lecturer Lumkile Mondi gets personal about money

Wits economics lecturer Lumkile Mondi gets personal about money

Sumitra Nydoo (on The Money Show) interviews Mondi about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).

Absa’s Songezo Zibi comes clean about money

Absa’s Songezo Zibi comes clean about money

Arabile Gumede interviews Zibi about his attitude to money (beliefs, hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).

Michael Mol (SA’s hunkiest, most well-known doctor) bares his soul about money

Michael Mol (SA’s hunkiest, most well-known doctor) bares his soul about money

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mol about his money beliefs, hopes and fears, successes and failures.

John Robbie answers exceedingly personal questions about money

John Robbie answers exceedingly personal questions about money

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield gets the former 702 presenter to open up about money.

10 youthful businesspeople who are leading SA (and changing the world)

10 youthful businesspeople who are leading SA (and changing the world)

The future looks bright when you consider how much these youthful movers and shakers have already achieved.

Miss South Africa (1996) Peggy-Sue Khumalo bares her soul about money

Miss South Africa (1996) Peggy-Sue Khumalo bares her soul about money

Bruce Whitfield asks Khumalo (now the Head of Black Business Portfolio at Investec) some decidedly personal questions.