Daily, we interview CEOs and executives whose companies have made the latest headlines.
Nazeem Martin, MD: Business Partners Ltd., gives us his take on the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement and whether the right strings are being pulled to grow small business;
Marc Hasenfuss, editor-at-large at the Financial Mail, speaks to us about Marcel Golding’s suspension as Executive Chairman at HCI and whether this is positive for corporate governance.
Hanré Roussouw, Head of Commodities for Emerging and Frontier Markets at Investec Asset Management chats to us about Anglo American’s third-qu interim management statement, as well as Kumba Iron Ore and Anglo Platinum
Judge Mervyn King, Corporate Governance Expert on the suspension of HCI Executive Chairman, Marcel Golding, PPC executive resignations and the role of shareholders in boardroom spats.
Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene takes us through the government’s spending plans over the next three years and how he’s balancing the budget in the face of slowing growth;
Peter Attard Montalto, EM Economist: Nomura, Izak Swart; Tax Director: Deloitte and Mabyanine Phiri, Portfolio Associate at ACM Gold, give us their view on the medium term budget statement and how many boxes it ticks;
Paul Dunne, CEO, Northam Platinum discusses the group’s latest empowerment deal which will see it selling a 31.4% stake to black investors.
Richard Pike, CEO: Adcorp talks about the company’s annual results and offshore expansion drive.
Konrad Reuss. MD: Sub-Sahara Africa at Standard & Poor's Ratings gives us his view on the medium-term budget – and whether it may keep further ratings downgrades at bay
Michael Power Strategist at Investec asset Management with his perspective on China’s GDP numbers.