Business Leadership SA says ‘if this sinister behaviour is allowed to continue the consequences will be devastating for our economy’
US and Canadian stocks drift down as lower metal and oil prices weigh on the materials sector
PPC plans to raise the money to reduce debt levels and fund existing expansion capital expenditure and investment projects
National spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says ‘if he be innocent, which we believe he is, there is nothing the Hawks can do’
In the Bond Report, Malcolm Charles, Fixed-Income Portfolio Manager at Investec Asset Management, discusses how markets are reacting to mixed interest-rate signals from the US Fed
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This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie discusses whether the recent calm on world markets heralds an imminent bout of volatility. Will the S&P 500 conform to its historical norms and head weaker this month and next? And how should traders position themselves?
Jade Bower's South African premier of Wajdi Mouwad's Scorched debuted at the 2016 National Arts Festival. With some of the country's leading artists on board, find out how the University of Johannesburg has contributed towards giving this production an extended reach.
What is the relationship between our thinking and our wallets? This week on Smart Money, Kura and Warren chat to Michael Field, product development Manager at Fedgroup about investment psychology.
It is recommended that business owners give a lot of attention to innovation and at the same time make provision for mistakes such as the innovation being impractical or not making money. Yasmeen Alli and her guest Leandi Streeter, an innovations solutions specialist, give tips on how to allow this space to develop both naturally and cost effectively.
etfSA’s Nerina Visser and Mike Adsetts of Momentum Investments join Stephen Gunnion to shed some light into this week’s viewer queries. Send your queries to email@example.com.
Bryan Hirsh discusses different aspects of investments with Paul Hansen, Director at Stanlib.
Schalk van Rooyen, founder of Fab Graphics, specializes in 3D animation and virtual walk-through or fly-over models. This offering sets him aside from many other business in the same industry, and the panel guides their guest to create a USP utilizing his website as his main marketing tool and then capitalise on it.
Will central bank meetings at Jackson Hole this week provide clarity on a US rate hike and is ChemChina’s takeover of Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta a done deal? Simon Brown from JustOneLap tells you how you can get in on the action. And if you’re looking for balance with offshore exposure, find out more about the 27four Balanced Prescient Fund of Funds from investment strategist Nadir Thokan.
Money simply cannot be an inhibitor for intelligent, diligent children not to realise their full potential through education, writes Mark Barnes, Business Day Columnist and Chairman of the Post Office.
Ronen Aires, CEO of Student Village, went through hair raising moments to secure funding for his start-up. He shares his journey of uncertainty, doubt and worries with hosts Lynette Ntuli and Kumaran Padayachee.
Join Clive Roffey as he takes a look at "an easy money bubble bursting and blow up system rather than a continuation of bull markets going forward"
Joining Katlego Msomi in studio this week is Kerstin Jatho - MD at 4Seeds giving us a Master Class on negotiating power dynamics at work.
Just one in five Africans have a bank account. This is an enormous opportunity for companies looking to bank the unbanked but it doesn't come without a few challenges. Alishia Seckam and the Africa Inc team speak to banking CEOs about how they are navigating the sector and the show also takes a look at whether financial institutions or telecoms operators should be running mobile banking initiatives.
We’re all dizzy hamsters on the company results wheel, the Public Protector decathlon's down to its last 5, and there are more combinations than sense in the Mongolian pool party formerly known as local government. Join Simon Brown, Giulietta Talevi and Sasfin Securities' David Shapiro as they round up The Week That Was.
International music icon, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, shares what she had to do to fund her businesses in the 80’s and 90’s.
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.
Peter Bruce and the panel of editors ask whether there is any glue to the possible political coalitions being formed post municipal elections. They also debate why the ANC did not remember Marikana. And with students calling for no fee increases in 2017, how will universities bridge the gap?
In the last episode of the series, Semeyi Zake and Colin Mchunu from Alexander Forbes Insurance talk about insurance fraud.