Business Q&A probes the decisions made by top businessmen and women as we investigate what makes a great company.
Managing Director of BrandsEye, Angela Ferreira joins us in studio to look at the importance of band monitoring.
Global Choices has partnered with the QuadPara Association of South Africa to bring specialised disability-centric value added products market. Cara Skikne spoke to Ari Seirlis CEO of the QuadPara Association of South Africa and Ronald Gall Director of Global Choices.
We explore the challenges and opportunities facing the Motor Insurance industry with Viviene Pearson, Insurance Risks GM at the South African Insurance Association.
As South Africa’s youth struggle to find employment, Cara Skikne speaks to Anthony Farr, CEO of the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation. He shares his views on teaching the principles of entrepreneurship and on the importance of entrepreneurship in job creation.
The jobs of White collar workers are increasingly being replaced by new technologies. And this is causing the polarisation of jobs into so called ‘lovely jobs’ and ‘lousy jobs’ with very few jobs in between. Cara Skikne speaks to Charles Levy, Senior economist at the work foundation about this phenomenon.
Warren Drue, the Director of local law firm, Routledge Modise talks us through their merger with their leading global counterpart, Hogan Lovells.
Many of the top 100 companies listed on the JSE are withholding the names (and often amounts) of their top earning individuals going against King III requirements according to accounting firm, Nkonkai. It’s Managing Partner, Mitesh Patel is in studio with more.
This week international mining company Glencore Xstrata debuted on the JSE Cara Skikne spoke to Johannesburg Stock Exchange CEO Nicky Newton King about the significance of this listing for the bourse
Grant Thornton 3rd quarter International Business Report shows SA business confidence hit a record low of 18 down from 71 in 1st quarter of 2011 as foreign investments to emerging markets decline Zukelwa Solomon speaks to Managing Partner Andrew Hannington
Boris Planer, Chief Economist at Planet Retail believes the mass entry of foreign retailers into the African Market is still about a decade away. And this could give local players a chance to consolidate their home ground advantage. He spoke to Cara Skikne about opportunities in Africa’s retail sector.