Daily, we interview CEOs and executives whose companies have made the latest headlines.
Gerhard Papenfus, CE: National Employers Association SA on the employer body’s plans to go to court over yesterday’s settlement with the National Union of Metalworkers SA
Mark Dytor, CEO: AECI on the chemicals and explosive company’s results for the six months to June 30, which saw headline earnings per share rise 10%
Tony Healy, an independent labour analyst, analyses the latest unemployment data and the cost of the recent strikes to the economy
Isaac Mophatlane, CEO: Business Connexion, talks about his new role as CEO of the group following the death of his twin brother Benjamin
Mzila Mthenjane, Head of Strategy & Corporate Affairs at Exxaro on the decision to acquired Total's South African coal assets for $472 million.
Lauren De Klerk, VP Depositary Receipts: BNY Mellon talks to us about the number of SA-listed companies listing American Depositary Receipts to attract more international shareholders
Louis Schnetler, incoming CEO Designate of Delta International and Bronwyn Corbett, CFO of Delta Property Fund, the JSE’s first property fund to offer property investors direct access to high growth opportunities across the continent.
Lester Peteni, Chairman: Basil Read talks us through the appointment of former Amplats CEO Neville Nicolau as their new chief exec.
Steve Nhlapo, Head of Collective Bargaining at NUMSA on the end of that four weeks long strike in the metal and engineering sector. Kaizer Nyatsumba CEO of the Steel Engineering Industries Federation of SA on what the end to the strike in the metal and engineering sectors mean for the industry?
Boitumelo Ngutshane, Partner, T&R Trans Service: KPMG tells us why the average Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment score has fallen.