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This week we're in the picturesque surrounds of the Hartbeespoort dam where we catch up with a local vegetable producer, who'll shed some light on their operation and latest developments and opportunities in this industry.
Cash flow projections are key to planning for your business and this week, Allon Raiz and Kumaran Padayachee are grabbing the flip chart and showing you not only why it's important but how exactly to get it done.
Clive Roffey takes us through the oscillators grouping at the top for the share price and the relative strengths - how well is the share price performing relative to the rest of the market?
Steven Schultz from Momentum SP Reid Securities discusses the key risks facing global investors – including the Brexit, the Frexit and US President Donald Trump – and how they should safeguard themselves. Feroz Basa tells us the investment case for Old Mutual’s Global Emerging Markets Portfolio.
Africa is bursting with opportunity for business owners and entrepreneurs alike, but can you tap into this market in a way that will generate returns? Today we get a masterclass from Mimi Kalinda, Managing Director at Africommunications Group and author of the ebook Talking to Africa, who takes us through the best ways to engage the African Market.
Want to know more about investments? Bryan Hirsch is back in studio with expert guest Paul Hansen, Director of retail investing, Stanlib. Together they'll delve into the latest trends that you need to be keeping an eye on and tackle your questions LIVE.
The Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) provides insurance cover for risk associated with doing business on the African continent. CEO Kutoane Kutoane takes us through some of the company's strategic plans and what the organization is doing to promote South African exports on the continent.
With two major political events set to play out this year, Africa is looking at how to best position itself in a post-Brexit; Trump-led world; particularly when it comes to trade. The US president has already put in calls to the leaders of Nigeria and South Africa to discuss this and the UK is also negotiating new trade deals. Africa Inc gets into the details with Cyril Prinsloo from the SA Institute of International Affairs. We also discuss whether the Economic Partnership agreement with the EU will help provide new market access opportunities for African products with Emma Wade-Smith, the UK's Trade Director for Sub Saharan Africa.
Did someone say "Gundelfinger"? Barclays Africa gets a sweet divorce deal; Meanwhile Pravin and Co. have rifled through our wallets and found our last secret stash, Citibank’s R69 million poorer, the 'Corrupt Bastard' is moving on up and if you’ve got a bald and shiny pate, then there’s an Olympic dream waiting for you in Japan. Join Simon Brown, Giulietta Talevi and Sasfin Securities' David Shapiro as they round up The Week That Was.
Khethiwe Mlotshwa, owner of four Pressed In Time franchises, shares the path from being unemployed to being an employer with 23 staff.
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 every Thursday evening on 011 280 3899.
Peter Attard Montalto Emerging Markets Economist at Nomura International discusses whether was what was tabled in today's budget, is enough to avoid a downgrade
Dumisani Hlophe, CEO of the Kunjalo Centre for Development, Richard Calland, Associate Professor at the Public Law Department at UCT, as well as Independent Political Analysts Ralph Mathekga and Sipho Seepe on the political analysis of #Budget2017
Pieter Faber, Senior Executive for Tax Legislation and Practitioners at SAICA, Ernie Lai King, head of tax at Hogan Lovells and independent tax analyst, Piet Nel joins Leigh Roberts to take a look at the tax implications of this year's budget speech
Bryan Hirsch is joined in studio by Harry Joffe: Head of Legal Services: Discovery and Werner Vos : Werner Vos & Associates to take a look at how the budget will affect our personal finance.
Professor Mervyn King, Chairman of the King Committee, Bonang Mohale, deputy Chairman of Business Leadership SA, and Stacey Davidson, director at REDISA. in studio to discuss the impact on business post #Budget2017
The Editing Allowed team takes a detailed look at the 2017 budget announcement.
The Pretoria Art Museum recently hosted the TACIT exhibition in association with Dionysus Sculpture Works. Tune in to find out about sculpture and the process involved in mastering this art and why implicit learning remains an integral part of creating work that lasts a lifetime.
This week’s Traders Corner show reviews last week’s trades in BHP Billiton and Weir Group, and takes a look at the recent break stronger in the rand dollar exchange rate.
This show is all about you and your portfolio. Expert guests - Nesan Nair of Sasfin Securities and Wessel Joubert of Resco Asset Management analyse actual viewer portfoli's and give the kind of perspective and insight needed to make an informed investment decision. Send your queries to: email@example.com
On this week's Small Biz MBA: What does the ideal entrepreneur look like? Yasmeen Ali shares her insights and we hear from Sunet Wagner, CEO at Minimax