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12 July 2019.

12 July 2019.

Local is lekker. We find out what moves people to have a local favourite with Arthur Goldstuck from World Wide Worx. Also the best bits of the week and the Brutal BizQuiz.



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Chief executives of Tiger Brands and Netcare Holdings chief executives take Bruce Whitfield through the companies financial results and the effect of Covid-19 pandemic of their businesses. Richard Poplak, Daily Maverick’s investigative journalist discusses his new documentary, Influence, a film about the rise and fall of a public relations firm Bell Pollinger. 

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Interest rates’ cycles in the age of a health pandemic

20 May 2020 8:25 PM

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What is the difference between Level 3 and Level 4 lockdowns?

19 May 2020 8:21 PM

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Business pleas with government to move quickly to level 2 as a matter of urgency

18 May 2020 8:18 PM

Martin Kingston, Leader of the Economic Intervention work group at Business for South Africa (B4SA) says SA needs to accelerate economic activity as lockdown threatens cascading corporate failures

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Dis-Chem goes Baby City shopping and EOH does intensive care in a box

15 May 2020 7:04 PM

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Online retailers open up

14 May 2020 8:24 PM

Kim Reid, CEO of ecommerce business, Takealot and Gwarega Mangozhe, CEO of Consumer Goods Council of South Africa (CGCSA) discuss the implications of online retailers being allowed to operate under level 4 lockdown.   Prof Paul Nugent, Centre of African Studies at University of Edinburgh  look at SA's current alcohol ban (as a Covid-19 restriction) and the country's history with alcohol bans.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa updates SA on Covid 19 lockdown restrictions

13 May 2020 8:24 PM

Economic experts preview President Ramaphosa’s economic impact on ongoing measures to manage the spread of the coronavirus through the implementation of a risk adjusted strategy. 

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Pick n Pay freezes dividend pay-out while SA runs out of business rescue practitioners

13 May 2020 1:33 PM

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