Daily, we interview CEOs and executives whose companies have made the latest headlines.
Anoj Singh, Group CFO: Transnet, takes us through the rail and port utility’s results for the six months to 30 September, which saw revenue increase 6.4% to R30.3 billion, but profit drop due to finance charges and equipment write downs;
Tom Winterboer, Curator: African Bank Investments Ltd., speaks to us about efforts to salvage the microlenders' assets and house them in a so-called good bank;
Stephen Oakenfull, Deputy CEO: Redefine International, takes Giulietta Talevi through the property group’s results for the year to 31 August;
Paul Victor, Acting CFO: Sasol, speaks to us about the $8.9 billion the company plans to invest in an ethane cracker and derivatives complex in Louisiana in the US;
Eugene Watson, CEO: Road Accident Fund, on its annual report and what is being done to counter growing fraud;
Sam Gumede, Partner: Webber Wentzel, on the final revised Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes and what they mean for business.
Izak Odendaal, Investment Analyst at Old Mutual Wealth, discusses the calmness that appears to have returned to global markets following recent volatility;
Dr Karsten Wellner, CEO: Ascendis Health, tells us about the health group’s latest acquisition;
Ralph Mathekga, Political Analyst at Clear Content, takes us through the political implications of NUMSA’s split with Cosatu;
Jannie Rossouw, Head, School of Economic Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, tells us why the government’s remuneration budget could push South Africa off the fiscal cliff;