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The Money Show
2019 - 03 - 28

2019 - 03 - 28

28 March 2019 8:19 PM

Mpho Tsebe, economist with Rand Merchant Bank reviews the SA Reserve Bank’s decision to keep interest rates on hold.  Edward Kieswetter, SA Revenue Services incoming head tells Bruce Whitfield why he accepted the job and how he plans to turn the revenue service around. Adrian Gore, chair of the SA SME Fund discusses the launch of CEO Circle - the fund has committed over half its capital and has built a healthy pipeline of opportunities. 

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