The Money Show is a Business Day TV financial education initiative that aims to help viewers make better money decisions. Join Gerald Mwandiambira, a certified financial planner, and Winnie Kunene, a “money psychologist”
Nation in Conversation is a discussion platform that was created to discuss agricultural issues that directly or indirectly impact our daily lives. Join Theo Vorster and his guests in studio as they share knowledge and insight about one of SA's key industries.
Whether one is just starting out or well into your working years, retirement planning is something we all have to deal with. Each month we invite top experts to help you understand the complex world of retirement planning.
In this eight-part series , we look into Sasria’s various corporate social investment strategies and how this company aims to contribute to social development in line with imperatives of the National Development Plan.
Share My Portfolio is all about you and your portfolio, expert guests analyse questions sent in by viewers about their portfolios and particular shares and give the kind of perspective and insight you really need to make an informed investing decision.
Kura Chihota teams up with financial wiz, Warren Ingram in a personal finance show with an edge. Together they'll help dissect various investment scenarios and help you chart your way to financial freedom.
The crux of the show is to equip business owners with information and tools that will grow their enterprises into self sufficient businesses. SME Zone aims to help reveal some of the country's hidden gems and tomorrow's leading small business owner/s.
Spotlight on Small Caps on Summit is hosted by Companies and Markets Editor Giulietta Talevi. Each week a guest analyst joins her to pinpoint which small cap shares have potential which don't and which ones might just shoot the lights out and turn you a profit.
This LIVE half hour show was the first of its kind in the business TV market in South Africa – every night our anchors are joined by two markets experts who tell you what shares to be buying, holding or selling.
Garth Mackenzie kicks off the new year with R250 000 in fresh start-up capital. The aim? To show trading as it really is, give the best advice on how to manage your own trading techniques, and of course to make as much money as we can for our year-end charity donation.
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