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In this episode, we look at a product that plays an integral role in the global food system. Not only is it the number one starchy vegetable globally, but it is the only unrefined starch within the starch market. In South Africa, production sits at a staggering 2.18 million tonnes. The good old potato!
Lindy Scott, founder of Conceptual Eyes, offers creative internal communication campaigns for her clients. Her perception is that confidentiality clauses prevent her from doing marketing, but Allon Raiz and his team guide Lindy to see that the clauses are actually an asset.
You may already be aware that “Wellness” is the new buzz word of the health care industry and, more importantly, the workplace. But what exactly is Wellness? And how can we incorporate it in the workplace? Today we are joined by Dr John Jutzen, Director of Kaelo Consulting, and will help us navigate through the importance of employee health and corporate wellness.
Clive Roffey goes through a few slightly lesser-traded stocks which are not generally regarded as TOP 40.
Whether you're cracking open a castle or clinking together two cans of Guiness, investors want to join in on the celebration and invest in Africa's growing beer market. But could slowing growth across the continent hamper their returns? Africa Inc takes a look at this with experts in the industry. BMI's Senior Consumer Analyst, Jake Grant delves into why there will be exponential growth in the low cost beer market. Andrew Martin of SMACK! Republic Brewing discusses the popularity of craft beer and Aly Khan Satchu the CEO of Rich Management speak to Alishia Seckam about some of the beer stocks that are offering value right now.
The chickens have come home to roost for the poultry industry, Zuma wants your land - at any cost or NO cost, and is the market headed from Trump Bump to Trump Dump as the US President battles to win over skeptical members of his own Republican Party to begin dismantling Obamacare. Join Simon Brown, Alisha Seckam and the indomitable David Shapiro for a wrap of The Week That Was.
Steven Cohen from Sage One International unpacks what a “scared organisation” is. (Part 2 of 2)
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 Bruce and the panel of editors discuss Helen Zille’s Twitter-happy fingers, the outcome of the Constitutional Court hearings on SASSA and Net1 and whether the rand’s latest bout of strength – helped along by a narrower current account deficit and tamer inflation data – is sustainable.
We take a look at the launch of COSY, an initiative coordinated by the British Council. In partnership with Business and Arts South Africa, it aims to empower the youth in rural areas to be more active agents in driving sustainable growth with a particular focus on the arts.
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In this week's episode of Small Biz MBA, Yasmeen discusses the 'golden income ratio' and chats to Sue Cloete-Hopkins, Finance Guide at Raizcorp on the difficulties that entrepreneurs face when having to pay themselves a salary.
This show is all about you and your portfolio, see expert guests - Warren Jeffery from Nedbank Private Wealth and Mike Adsetts of Momentum Investments analyze actual viewer portfolio's and give the kind of perspective and insight needed to make an informed investment decision. Send your queries to: email@example.com
We’re one on one with Portia Gumbo-Dube, Head of Business Development at the Export Credit Insurance Corporation about the company’s deal origination strategy and how it’s empowering local exporters in a tough economic climate.