Daily, we interview CEOs and executives whose companies have made the latest headlines.
Cees Bruggemans, Consulting Economist at Avior Capital Markets, discusses August’s mining and manufacturing data and looks at the implications for the broader economy;
Peter Bailey from the National Union of Mineworkers speaks to Alishia Seckam and Stephen Gunnion about latest wage negotiations aimed at ending a strike in the coal sector.
Andrew Latto from Fat Prophets in London discusses the latest on AB InBev’s bid for SABMiller after its offer was rejected yesterday;
Helder Pereira, CEO of International Hotel Group, talks to us about the company’s proposed listing on the JSE;
An end to the coal strike could be in sight as employers and unions meet to negotiate a settlement - Motsamai Motlhamme, chief Coal Negotiator: COMSA on the line to discuss
With a hostile takeover now increasingly likely, Chris Gilmour from Barclays Africa and Sikonathi Mantshantsha: Money and Investment Editor - Financial Mail look at the merits of a tie-up between SABMiller and AB InBev with Giulietta Talevi and Alishia Seckam;