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The ManPatria podcast is one of many shows offered by ManPatria to viewers and listeners who would rather listen to or watch uncensored and real discussions on economics, politics and social issues. Since the mainstream media has embraced fakeness, the ManPatria Podcast is where one gets their dosage of real.
 
The Khwezi Science Report is a dive into the warm waters of science where information is made interesting and understandable and is placed in the context of our daily lives. From archaeology to tech, astronomy to zoology, you'll find it all here with host Tanya Farber, a senior reporter at the Sunday Times. She loves how science connects with other ways of understanding the world around us from all sorts of disciplines. Each episode takes the listener on a journey through all things weird an ...
 
Azania Mosaka hosts DiscoverHealthier – a podcast that tells stories of inspirational people and shares thoughts of specialist guests. Join the conversations and build your understanding of health conditions, healthcare cover, living a healthier life and innovations that benefit our future wellbeing. Each episode offers something new, useful and entertaining. Keep listening as Azania weaves dialogues filled with expert knowledge and the awe-inspiring work of our country’s healthcare heroes.
 
A new podcast series by Discovery Business Insurance presents inspiring, expert-led content to empower entrepreneurs with insights that will help them start a business, grow and achieve success. The Healthy Business Show features well-known business luminaries from a diverse range of areas that are vital to an entrepreneur’s business health. Listen to the podcasts to gain knowledge that'll help you make better business decisions and inspire you to entrepreneurial success. Your Healthy Busine ...
 
The "In My 20s" podcast is an honest conversation on self-discovery featuring discussions with people in their 20s who are navigating various aspects of their lives including: life, love, work, purpose and the the quarter life crisis.
 
Welcome to the Financial Mail Taking Care of Business podcast - part of Arena Holdings - where we speak to the people who make the decisions to deliver you the backstory behind the big business stories of today. Anchored by FM editor Rob Rose along with Giulietta Talevi. Email us on tcb@businesslive.co.za for feedback, suggestions, comments. Keywords: BDSpotlight, industry, markets, South Africa, news and views, money, success, entrepreneur, corporation, podcast, income
 
DIRTY 30 is a 10 part docu­-series about HIV premiering on YouTube this World AIDS Day 2014. The series has stepped up and filmed in the streets, boroughs, townships, and cities around the world to show the faces and experiences of HIV, 30 years after it's discovery. Episode Schedule: 12.1.14 WORLD AIDS DAY Ep 01 "Black Women & Single Motherhood" Ep 02 "Humor & Coping" Ep 03 "Sex, Lies, & Digital Love" 12.8.14 Ep 04 "Born +" 12.15.14 Ep 05 "Drugs & Escapism" 12.22.14 Ep 06 "Monogamy & Sexual ...
 
Hi all and welcome to www.grantvanzyl.com. This is where you will improve your financial literacy. I will be translating the difficult terminology of economics and complex jargon surrounding it, into something that is as easy to read as the daily newspaper. It’s almost like the ABC’s of the alphabet, once you have the foundation of anything, you can understand it much better. What you want is a coach that takes an active interest in your financial life, not just a planner that helps you once ...
 
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Allan Pullinger, CEO of First Rand's talks about the company’s results and their divestment from coal. Sibanye-Stillwater intensifies its presence in the battery material sector by announcing a joint venture with Ioneer. Then on the Personal Finance Feature, Kim Potgieter certified financial planner and life planning director at Chartered Wealth so…
 
Bradley Pulford is an experienced IT business management professional who is currently the Vice President and Managing Director for HP Africa. Pulford has 25 years of operations and management experience within the IT industry and began his current role in November 2020.In this What’s Next interview, Pulford talks about the state of the South Afric…
 
Data from Stats SA show that the effects of the July riots will be felt throughout the economy this entire year as retail sales plunged by 11% for the same month. British American Tobacco is in hot water again after a report alleged that they have tactics in place to hollow out their competitors. And Financial Sector Conduct Authority, Commissioner…
 
Johan van der Merwe, co-CEO at African Rainbow Capital discusses the company’s financial results and their plans to put their money in new investments. Jayson O Reilly, Head of Cyber Security division at Atvance Intellect on how the Justice department could have blocked cyber-attacks. And in our investment school, Chantal Marx, head of Equity Resea…
 
Ryan Woolley, CEO of Insurance Claims Africa discusses problems with how Sasria is handling pay-outs to businesses affected by the July riots. Mike Quinn, author of "Failing To Win: Hard-earned lessons from a purpose-driven startup" talks about failing, his book and building companies. Then former deputy chair of the electoral commission of South A…
 
Dumo and Koketso return to discuss Zuma's release from jail on medical parole, Carl Niehaus' recent firing from the ANC, the debate around vaccine passports and JP Smith's joke where he refused to pronounce the surname of Abongile Nzelenzele and much more. This was a great one. ALL OUR IMPORTANT LINKS…
 
Business executives from tourism, alcohol and restaurants sectors lobby the government to open economy further to level 2 from level 3 so small businesses may survive in a harsh economy battered by a health pandemic . Friday File: Lemon - Kevin Frankental, Co-founder of Lemon shares the vision of his company and what drives it See omnystudio.com/li…
 
Christine Wu is a leading banking executive and joined Absa in January 2019 as the managing executive for customer value management at Absa Retail and Business Bank. At Absa, Wu is responsible for strategy, value proposition design, digital channels, strategic marketing and advanced analytics.In this What’s Next episode, Wu explores the trends in t…
 
Kevin Lings, chief economist at Stanlib Asset Management discusses the significance of the R343 billion surplus that SA recorded in its current account. Editor-in-Chief at News24 Adriaan Basson on parties violating the law by not disclosing their funders as per the requirement of the legislation. Then Warren Ingram, personal financial advisor and e…
 
The Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)’s commissioner, Unathi Kamlana explains how they'll implement the R50 million fine on Viceroy Research and its partners for publishing false and misleading statements about Capitec Bank. Siobhan Redford, economist at RMB discusses SA’s weak Business Confidence. And Dr. Chris Leatt, founder and Chair of …
 
Prof Adrain Saville, investment specialist at Genera Capital examines sectors that supported GDP growth in the second quoter and how the country can implement structural changes which will lead to significant economic growth. CEO of Shoprite Pieter Engelbrecht on the company’s strong financial results, how they survived the July riots and adapting …
 
Chief executives of Bidvest and RCL Foods take Bruce Whitfield through their respective companies’ financial results. Jonathan Ancer, author of Joining The Dots: An Unofficial Biography of Pravin Gordhan discuss the process of writing the book on SA’s finance minister. Profile interview with Lindiwe Mazibuko, academic and the former Parliamentary L…
 
Dumo, Nzuzo and Koketeso return to discuss Discovery’s new mandatory vaccine policy, Governments drive to make vaccine passports a reality, Afriforum’s new Tax Manifesto, and the Constitutional Courts latest ruling against the IEC’s application to postpone elections. ALL OUR IMPORTANT LINKSBy Dumo Denga, Nzuzo Khathi, Mpiyakhe Dhlamini and Koketso Resane
 
Hylton Kallner is the CEO of Discovery Bank, and has 25 years of experience within the Discovery business. He previously worked at Discovery Life as a CMO and CEO before being appointed to his current title at the beginning of this year.In this episode of What’s Next with Aki Anastasiou, Kallner discusses why South Africans are moving away from bra…
 
Political analyst professor Susan Booysen dissects ConCourt’s order to the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) to hold local government elections this year. Busa’s president Bonang Mohale speaks on how the private sector can assist the government. And then for Friday File, co-founder of Coco Safar, Wilhelm Liebenberg speaks on their plans to…
 
Some scientists bask in the limelight because of their work. Others quietly - and rigorously - go about their mission wearing many challenging hats so that the interests of public health are at the front of the agenda for the rest of us.One such person is Prof Helen Rees who gave up some of her precious time to talk to us about Covid-19 vaccines, i…
 
Adrian Gore, founder & group chief executive officer at Discovery Limited talks about the company’s financial results — and their plans to get all their staff vaccinated by January 2022. And Bruce Whitfield went through Aspen and Santam's financial results with the companies 'executives. Then personal finance expert Maya Fisher-French explained if …
 
Absa’s PMI reveals that SA’s manufacturing sector has bounced back after the index climbed to 57.9 in August. This is after it fell below 40 in July during the unrest and looting which took place in Guateng and KwaZulu-Natal. CashBuilding CEO Werner De Jager discusses the company's financial results. And Styli Charalambous talks about his career pa…
 
We speak to CEO of Eskom, André de Ruyter on the power utility’s net loss and the future of the country’s electricity. Bruce Whitfield also spoke to executives of Old Mutual, AdvTech and Motus about their financial results. And in our Investment School, Carmen Nel, economist and macro strategist at Matrix Fund Managers explained fixed fixed income …
 
In this What’s Next episode, Aki Anastasiou talks to prominent ICT expert Deon Geyser, the CEO of Liquid Intelligent Technologies in South Africa. Geyser has over 15 years of experience in the ICT and telecommunications sector and is responsible for the leadership, strategy, and operations of Liquid Intelligent Technologies in South Africa.In this …
 
Anthony Leeming, CEO at Sun International Group discussed their poor financial results due to the Covid-19 lockdowns and how upbeat the company is about their recovery. Investigative Journalist at amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism, Dewald van Rensburg on how the former PIC CEO Dr Dan Matjila made Iqbal’s Surve’s debt repayment on his …
 
The people that Jacob Zuma warned you about (Dumo, Nzuzo and Koketso) return to discuss the latest developments at Luthuli House where ANC fail to pay salaries for the 2nd straight month, South Africa’s latest unemployment statistics, tactics that the government is adopting to get everyone vaccinated, critical race theory and much more. ALL OUR IMP…
 
Mitch Slape, CEO at Massmart on the company’s financial results. With the Jacob Zuma Foundation and ANC planning to crowdfund for their financial needs, Derek Whitehead, operations director at Jumpstarter Crowdfunding explains how crowdfunding works. Then Elli Yiannakaris, co-founder of Bubbly Box on South African bubbly. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
Deputy Director-General at National Treasury, Dr Duncan Pieterse discusses their plans to try and turn South Africa’s ailing economy around. Executives at Woolworths and Distell talk about their financial results. And personal financial advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital Warren Ingram discusses ways one can ensure their fund manager …
 
Jeremy Osbourne is a prominent ICT figure and the Strategic Account Manager at Infobip. With over 25 years of experience in the digital communications, telecommunications and digital-security sectors, Osbourne has been a great asset to every organization that he has been a part of.In this interview, Jeremy Osbourne gives an overview of how brands c…
 
StatsSA explained what it means when they say the country’s economy is 11% bigger after they rebased GDP figures. Acting CEO of SAA Thomas Kgokolo on their lift-off plans after the airline was grounded for months. And Picup founder and CEO Antonio Brun is this week’s Shapeshifter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Peter Worthington, Senior Economist at Absa and Dr Thabi Leoka analyses the unemployment numbers and explain to Bruce Whitfield, what could be done to reduce the ever-expanding rate of joblessness in Africa’s most advanced economy. Kokkie Kooyman, director and portfolio Manager at Denker Capital on the Investment School feature share some pearls of…
 
In the second What’s Next interview with Nihilent, Sabahat Kazi gives insight on the iVEN and iDEAL solutions and how Nihilent is connecting the supply chain for customers as well as vendors.Sabahat shares how SAP is positioning its Business Technology Platform (BTP) and he gives insight into the adoption of BTP by SAP customers.…
 
Unathi Kamlana, Commissioner of The Financial Sector Conduct Authority explains why it suspended ZAR X’s trading license. Etienne Nel, Co-founder and CEO of ZAR X defends his company and the suspension by the regulator. Then Nikki Bush, Human Potential and Parenting Expert talks to Bruce Whitfield about her first jobs, early money lessons and her i…
 
Dumo and Koketso discuss Pauli van Wyk’s latest piece where she spills the beans on how Floyd Shivambu received VBS money, the Taliban’s recent takeover of Afghanistan which left egg on Biden’s face, Kganyago’s recent dismissal of quantitative easing and OnlyFans upcoming ban of explicit sexual content and much more. ALL OUR IMPORTANT LINKS…
 
Massmart’s CEO Mitch Slape explains by the retailer sold its rival, Shoprite Checkers. He also analyses the change retail sector. On the Friday File feature, Bruce Whitfield profiles The Gourmet Greek with Iakovos Dimitriades , family member and business partner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Matete Thulare, Head of FX Execution at RMB explains why the rand weakened against the dollar. The Competition Commission discusses the impending decision on the sale of Burger King to Grand Parade Investments - this is after the commission blocked the sale because it did not meet BEE requirements. And personal financial advisor and executive direc…
 
Prof Adrian Saville, Investment Specialist at Genera Capital unpacked the new proposal by the Department of Social Development to have citizens pay up to 12% of their earnings into a state-managed fund. Naspers and Prosus’ share swap delays trading on the JSE. And Farzam Ehsani, co-founder and CEO of VALR joined Bruce Whitfield as this week’s Shape…
 
Gerald Horne on Jazz and Justice, Hip-Hop, Archives, DIY Spaces, Patriarchy, Direct Action, Charles Mingus, and Current Struggles Jazz and Justice: Racism and the Political Economy of the Music: https://monthlyreview.org/product/jazz-and-justice/ Music by AwareNess, follow him on Instagram, Bandcamp. Please support the podcast on Patreon: https://w…
 
Martin Kingston, Chair of Business for South Africa Steering Committee reflects on the lack of citizens' will to vaccinate and what it means for the country’s fight against the virus. Neville Mandimika, Africa Strategist at Rand Merchant Bank looked at the rand’s 15% gain against the dollar over the last year. And in our investment school Mia Kruge…
 
Scenario planner, Clem Sunter discusses on what happened in Afghanistan after the US removed their troops in the country. Bruce Whitefield goes through the interim financial results of Absa and Sasol with the company's top executives. And a seasoned stand-up comedian talks to us about her tumultuous past and her relationship with money. See omnystu…
 
The squad return to discuss Ramphosa's latest appearance at the Zondo Commission, EFF giving away luxury houses, Joburg's new Mayor, a crowdfund for SA Olympic medalists that raised R200k in one day and much more. This episode is one to watch or listen to. OUR IMPORTNANT LINKSBy Dumo Denga, Nzuzo Khathi, Mpiyakhe Dhlamini and Koketso Resane
 
Peter Attard Montalto, head of capital markets research at Intellidex analyses Enoch Godongwans's first ever Global Investor Call as SA's Minister of Finance. Friday File: Richard Bosman of Richard Bosman's Quality Cured Meat talks about his vision behind his gourmet meat business. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ralph Mupita, CEO at MTN Group, talked to Bruce Whitefield about their results and their venture to create an insurance start-up with Sanlam. Pavlo Phitidis founder at Aurik Business Accelerator discusses business valuation. Then Personal finance advisor and executive director at Galileo Capital explains reliable ways to invest in big trends withou…
 
Chancellor at University of the Free State Bonang Mohale discusses the role of the deputy president after Cyril Ramaphosa gave questionable answers at the state Capture Commission. Consumer ninja Wendy Knowler explained what you need to know about homeowners insurance. And Shapeshifter Gert Steyn, CEO and Co-founder of Food Supply Network (FSN) spo…
 
Eskom has suspended its employees over the explosion of a unit at the Medupi power station which happened over the weekend. Yatin Narsai, CEO at Bank Zero on the financial institution launching its services to the public and Keth McLachlan, investment officer at Integral Asset Management looks at what entails good investing. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
Dan Mashego, GM for Cluster 2 power stations at Eskom explains what caused one of the units at the Medupi power station to explode. Christiaan Steyn, head of MiWay Blink talks about the new era of behaviour-based motor insurance. And on Other People’s Money, former Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi joined Arabile Gumede to talk about her relationship wi…
 
The squad is back to discuss Ramaphosa's latest cabinet reshuffle, Ashwell Prince speaking out on racial quotas, EFF's march in Phoenix and the latest petrol price hike which makes 1 litre of petrol much more than a bottle of beer. This was was epic and you will enjoy it. OUR IMPORTANT LINKSBy Dumo Denga, Nzuzo Khathi, Mpiyakhe Dhlamini and Koketso Resane
 
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