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Sovereign expecting a loss, whether buyback and BEE deal go ahead or not

26 September 2016

A strong sales rise in the first half was not enough to offset rising costs at the food group fighting a takeover move by Country Bird

Asian shares have uninspired start to the week

26 September 2016

Equities in Asia are weaker following losses on Wall Street and as investors turn their attention to US politics ahead of first presidential debate

Sovereign expecting a loss, whether buyback and BEE deal go ahead or not

26 September 2016

A strong sales rise in the first half was not enough to offset rising costs at the food group fighting a takeover move by Country Bird

Business News

SARS Defends Commissioner

23 September 2016

SARS comes out swinging against allegations of mismanagement; MTN denies bribing officials to reduce its $5.2 billion Nigerian fine and red meat prices are set to soar as farmers rebuild their herds.

News Leader

Fraud at Bell's DRC subsidiary dents profit

22 September 2016

Gary Bell, CEO of Bell Equipment, discusses interim results from the construction equipment group, which were affected by fraud and mismanagement at its operations in DRC;

Latest Business Features

The Big Small Business Show
Brought to you by MTN Business and SAICA

23 September 2016

Lesego Mashishi-Matlala , co-founder of Limitless Occupational Therapy Services, made a conscious decision to leave poverty behind, studied through work, and co-founded a business with her husband backed by a credit card with a R40 000 limit.

The Week That Was

23 September 2016

Something, somewhere must fall – interest rates? Monetary drug peddlers Yellen and Kuroda are at it again; Bain slinks off SA’s retail scene, and Bernie’s put his fighting Brooks on. Astoria ices its share option scheme after a frosty reception, Wells Fargo’s CEO gets a taste of the congressional wood-chopper, and Hlaudi’s emotional distress is nowhere near ours as we ponder the bloody-eyed maniac being back in charge. Join Simon Brown, Giulietta Talevi and Sasfin Securities' David Shapiro as they round up The Week That Was.

Africa Inc

23 September 2016

China is both Africa’s single largest bilateral investor and largest trading partner. But while the nation's investment ambitions could be transformative for this continent, is Africa leveraging enough off Chinese interest for its own sustainable development? Greg Mills, Director at the Brenthurst Foundation and Martyn Davies of Deloitte Frontier share their perspectives, this week, on Africa Inc.

Talking Technical

22 September 2016

Independent Technical Analyst Frans de Klerk talks technical share analysis and gives you his take on whether it’s a Buy/Hold/Sell. Call in Live with your questions this evening on 011 280 3899.

Editing Allowed

21 September 2016

On Editing Allowed this week Peter Bruce and the panel of editors discuss the nation's 50% chance of missing a ratings downgrade and if all the new economic measures show a country at work or an untidy scramble. They also debate Dudu Myeni submitting a sick note after SAA reviews its losses. And should we be telling the #FeesMustFall student to behave now?

The Business of the Arts
Brought to you by Business and Arts SA

20 September 2016

In its 9th year, the FNB Johannesburg Art Fair provides a platform that inspires and drives creative thought. Tune in to find out how this international platform gives artists an opportunity to shine.

Traders Corner
Sponsored by IG South Africa www.ig.com

20 September 2016

This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie compares recent market moves to 2015's end-of-year wobble, looks at the share weightings on the JSE's top 40, and shows how the charity portfolio has gained almost 19%, year to date.

Share My Portfolio: Part 1

20 September 2016

Stephen Gunnion and his guests – Mike Adsetts from Momentum Investments and Grant Gilburt from Nedbank Private Wealth – shed some light on this week’s viewer queries. Send your investment portfolios to: portfolio@bdtv.co.za

Small Biz MBA

20 September 2016

If small business owners add 14% to their profit margin, they may see the advantages of registering for VAT before they are legally required to do so. Yasmeen Alli unpacks voluntary VAT vendorship with her guest, Ann Ligman from P@wBack Management Consultants.

Straight Talk with Mark Barnes

19 September 2016

Ending his series of column discussions - Business Day Columnist and CEO of the Post Office, Mark Barnes, joins Giulietta for one last time with his thoughts on leadership

SME Funding

19 September 2016

Stock finance is a niche funding industry not many business owners are aware of and includes industries such as retail, exports or raw materials. Jake Lerman, Trade Finance Divisional Executive: Chester Finance, unpacks the types of businesses who are eligible for this type of funding and what funders are looking for.

Global Investor

19 September 2016

Global markets are marking time ahead of the Fed’s rate decision on Wednesday, but does it matter whether it hikes now or December? Stephen Gunnion also asks Nic Norman-Smith from Lentus Asset Management whether he’s changed his view on Wells Fargo following news that it’s been opening banks accounts for customers without their consent.

You and Your Money

19 September 2016

Gordon Stuart, Managing Director of Trust & Fiduciary at Salamanca Group, joins Bryan to discuss The Davis Tax Committee Report and the Special Voluntary Disclosure Program in tonight’s episode on Estate Planning.

Master Class

19 September 2016

Striking the perfect balance in communication is important for everyone's social skills development. Steph Vermeulen, author of Personal Intelligence: Future Fit Now guides us through a lesson on how to be assertive and not over-confident in the workplace.

The Roffey Review

19 September 2016

Clive Roffey takes a look at potentially negative situation developing in the market.

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