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The Money Show
11 July 2019.

11 July 2019.

11 July 2019 8:17 PM

Dr. Thabi Leoka, independent economist analyses the effect of National Health Insurance (NHI) being approved by the cabinet.  Douglas Craigie Stevenson, Cell C’s Interim-CEO discusses the challenges the telecoms company faces and its action plan.

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