Peter Major, Director of Mining at Cadiz Corporate Solutions, looks at plans by mining veteran Peter Skeat to revive the 78-year old Blyvooruitzicht mine;
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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.
Peter Bruce and the Editing Allowed team discuss the consequences of recalling President Jacob Zuma – Baleka Mbete as President. The rand’s recovery from last week’s downgrades and the latest shenanigans at Eskom are also on the table.
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie shows how the market's "fear gauge" - the VIX has quietly closed at a high for the year, and what this could portend; reviews a recent position in Grindrod, and discusses why he's happy to stick with Naspers.
The Barclays L’atelier Art Awards received entries from numerous countries across the African Continent in the 31st instalment of this event. Tune in to find out who took home this year’s prize and why the award remains as important to artists today as it was when they began.
Stephen Gunnion and his guests – AdviceWorx’ Caroline Cremen and Martin Strauss from Standard Stockbroking – share their insights on this week’s viewer questions. Send your queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social networks are essential for explaining the logic of political and institutional arrangements between businesses and their environment. By introducing the concepts of social networking system within SMEs a better understanding of business dynamics can be reached but how do you achieve this? Gil Sperling, Co-founder of Popimedia, gives us a masterclass on the impact of social media on SMEs.
This week on Small Biz MBA we take a look at the lessons failure can teach us and how to fail forward and Yasmeen chats to the author of I'm not afraid of the "F" word' - Charlotte Kemp.
Windy Munyai, founder of Legendworths Lifestyle, offers mobile spa services and her pride and joy is the treatments offered on a boat cruising on the Hartbeespoort dam. Allon Raiz and Monalisa Sam guide Windy on how to overcome the challenges of seasonality, and urge her to find her USP (unique selling proposition) as spas are a dime a dozen.
Over the last three months, we travelled the countryside of South Africa, and explored the many tourism gems the country has to offer. Week after week, we discovered the critical role played by many agricultural industries in South Africa. Our journey was an exploration of twelve key industries in South Africa: Wine, Fruit, Sheep, Milk, Ostrich, Poultry, Vegetables, Game, Beef, Sugar, Potatoes and Maize.
Clive Roffey takes us through the $/Rand, JSE Banks and Industrials, showing opposites trends to the Gold.
US jobs data, the first ETF invested in medical marijuana and Amazon’s $50 million investment in Thursday night football games are under the spotlight as JustOneLap’s Simon Brown gives his take on global markets. Jason Forsmann from Ashburton Investments discusses the merits of the Global Flexible Fund.
Bryan Hirsch returns on You & Your Money tonight with Craig Pogir from The Pogir Group. Together they are ready to answer your emails on the topic of short-term Insurance.
It’s burgers, not baubles for Taste Holdings, Lonmin’s loving the short squeeze, Net1’s stumbled over King’s report on good governance, and China’s on the menu at Mar-A-Lago as Donald gets trigger happy with the Tomahwaks. Meanwhile, we're nursing our collective hangover thanks to Captaion JZ KFC, and junk is on the menu to stay. Join Simon Brown, Giulietta Talevi and Korner Perspective's Graeme Korner as they wrap up The Week That Was.
One of the major stumbling blocks to Africa's success is its ongoing energy crisis. So how do we fix it? This week's episode of Africa Inc takes a look at nuclear as a viable option. Alishia Seckam hosts the debate with her guests: Dr Kelvin Kemm, the CEO of Nuclear Africa; Knox Msebenzi, the Managing Director of the Nuclear Industry Association of South Africa; and Nuclear Power Consultant Andrew Kenny. She also gets Eskom's take on the nuclear power plans that South Africa has put forward with the company's chief nuclear officer, Dave Nicholls.
Nick Bell, CEO of Decision Inc. shares how he realised his goal of reaching the figure of a R100 million turnover by the age of 30.
This week on Jumpstart, Katlego Msomi joins Xoli , owner of Chi Chi Afro Foods on how she followed her dreams when she started her business with her husband.