The Business of Money

Introducing South Africa’s NEW Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana – The Business of Money

Two of South Africa's top economists come out in full support of South Africa's new Finance Minister despite the media's attention on his alleged sketchy past connecting him to a high profile pension scam in 2012. The matter was covered extensively at the time by South Africa's reputable Mail & Guardian. Godongwana is seen as the party guru on economics, he is said to be in favour of allowing for land reform with compensation in some circumstances. He is...

The Business of Money – If you cannot control your emotions, you cannot control your money -Buffett

As always we assemble the experts to help you make the best investment decisions. In this edition we talk Chines regulation and the impact on Tencent, Naspers, and Prosus. US Tech earnings dominate with Amazon in focus. We also talk Anglo American. Stocks of Interest from our panel: Apple, Microsoft, Merafe, Alphamin, Truworths, and Massmart.

Where are we in South Africa a week after the rioting & looting – The Business of Money

The South African Reserve Bank keeps interest rates on hold and points to a gloomy growth outlook for the country. Commodities continue to rally with great updates from BHP Billiton and Anglo American but the big question is when do you get out of commodities? US earnings are exceeding expectations which augers well for the global economy. We gather the experts to help you make the best money decisions.

A week of looting in South Africa that will impact for years to come – The Business of Money

Its been a tough week in South Africa and the country is reeling in the aftermath of a week of rioting and looting. The impact of this week in South Africa will be felt for a long time to come but markets haven't yet reflected the pain that the country has suffered. We also look beyond the crisis and focus on company news with Richemont and Burberry earnings and then of course there is the news that Standard Bank...

What a Week 15 January 2021

In this first episode of What a Week for the New Year David Shapiro and Lindsay Williams share deeply personal stories of their COVID-19 experiences - As David says "markets are ok but we are not.."