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Pick n Pay and Cell C financial performance battered by Covid-19. Investment School - Psychological barriers to investing and saving

Pick n Pay and Cell C financial performance battered by Covid-19. Investment School - Psychological barriers to investing and saving

20 October 2020 8:20 PM

JSE’s CEO Leila Fourie talks to Bruce Whitfield about the R13million fine on Steinhoff International.  Pick n Pay and Cell C’s executive take Bruce Whitfield through their respective financial results. On the  Investment School feature Bruce will talk to John Manyike,  Head Of Financial Education at Old Mutual and ASISA  discusses Psychological barriers to investing and saving 


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MTN takes aim at Vodacom. Friday File: Charlotte Rhys SA

4 December 2020 7:12 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Duncan McLeod, Editor at Techcentral about MTN taking aim at rival Vodacom over 5G. Presidential Employment Stimulus Package effect on film and arts industry. Friday file is luxury bath, body and skin care products company Charlotte Rhys SA 

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$400 million needed for stake in SAA.

3 December 2020 8:20 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Antony Sguazzin, Senior Africa writer at Bloomberg News about $400 million needed from the sale of a stake in its bankrupt national airline, SAA. Government pension fund shunned troubled SOEs while unions slug it out on civil servant's wage bill increase. Lucky Star's owner Oceana Group interim results benefits from operating as an essential service during SA’s lockdown 

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Another 2020 surprise with the national lottery numbers very first consecutive sequence. Shapeshifter: MTN Group CEO, Ralph Mupita

2 December 2020 8:22 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Dr Johan Ferreira, Senior Lecture in Statistics at University of Pretoria about the first consecutive sequence of winning lottery numbers and the odds. A 48-hour Social media crisis consultancy launched. Shapeshifter is Ralph Mupita, MTN Group CEO

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SA government wants to postpone court case on state employees' wage increases. Investment school with Mduduzi Luthuli on behavioural bias

1 December 2020 8:21 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Lumkile Mondi, Senior Lecturer at School of Economics and Business Science of Wits about government asking unions to postpone court case on wage increases for public sector workers to next year. Customers are sunning new vehicles for second-hand cars. On Investment school Mduduzi Luthuli,  Co-Founder and Executive Director at Luthuli Capital talks us through how behaviour bias destroys more wealth than fees 

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Investment School - how behavior bias destroys more wealth than fees

1 December 2020 8:13 PM

Guest: Mduduzi Luthuli | Co-Founder and Executive Director at Luthuli Capital

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Online purchases skyrocket during Black Friday. Friday File: Boudoir: The Baking Boutique

27 November 2020 8:29 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Dan Buntman, Head of Compliance and Strategy at Ozow about online purchases today, Black Friday. On Friday File is Kelly Holman, owner of Boudoir: The Baking Boutique 

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Consumer inflation accelerates in October. Shapeshifter: Chicken Licken's MD, Chantal Sombonos-van Tonder

25 November 2020 8:15 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Paul Makube, Senior Agricultural Economist at FNB about consumer inflation accelerating in October to its highest rate since March. South African 'tequila', made from agave in the Karoo becomes a worldwide hit. Shapeshifter is Chantal Sombonos-Van Tonder, Chicken Licken's Managing Director 

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UIF on the verge of a collapse. Investment school: Satrix CFO Rick Martin on Investing for your children

24 November 2020 8:19 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Robert Legh, Chair of the working group on Labour at Business for SA about the Unemployment Insurance Fund being on the verge of collapse if it is forced to again extend special benefits. SA Reserve Bank sounds warning bells about deterioration of banks’ creditworthiness. On Investment school is CFO at Satrix, Rick Martin expanding on investing for your children

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Moody's and Fitch downgrades push SA further into junk. Other People's Money: Xhanti Payi

23 November 2020 8:21 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Trudi Makhaya, the Economic Advisor to President Ramahosa about Moody's & Fitch downgrading South Africa. CEO's of Netcare, Naspers and Pepkor take Bruce though their financial results. Economist Xhanti Payi is on Other People's Money 

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Rating agencies side eye South Africa's economic policies. Friday File: The Lollipop League

20 November 2020 7:11 PM

Bruce Whitfield speaks to Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib Asset Management about ating agencies side eye South Africa's economic policies yet again. Bitcoin rallies past $18,000 for the first time in three years. Friday file is gin infused lollipops and candy company The Lollipop League

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