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The MoneyMakers with Bruce Whitfield

 Awaiting America's foreign & economic policy

Video / 1/20/2017 6:18:53 AM

Awaiting America's foreign & economic policy

Love him …or hate him President Elect, Donald Trump is set to be inaugurated as America's 45th President. He is controversial….He is outspoken and has the whole world (sitting at the edge of their seat/holding their breath) waiting to see what America's foreign & economic policy will hold in for them. This is the MoneyMakers. Joining Bruce Whitfield to discuss this further is Mohammed Nalla - Head: Strategic Research & Global Markets, Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking.

 South African banks facing an uphill in 2017?

Video / 1/19/2017 6:40:55 AM

South African banks facing an uphill in 2017?

South Africa's 2017 banking outlook promises to be just as precarious as the year before. Ratings agencies continue to lurk despite the President saying it's all just pessimism. In a recent note, Moody's stated that banks need more liquidity and on the local front investigations into apartheid-era bailout is being investigated by the public protector and not mention the financial intelligence center amendment Bill which if not signed into law, could make South Africa a pariah state. This is Bruce Whitfield is joined by Graeme Korner, Korner Perspective Director, to discuss how South African banks can navigate this challenging year ahead.

 The detail in retail

Video / 1/18/2017 8:06:54 AM

The detail in retail

Are the disappointing Christmas sales reported by Woolworths and Truworths last week is a sign of bad news to come? Has the markets already decided about the much talked about- Christo Weise backed merger between Steinhoff & Shoprite. South African Retail Analyst extraordinaire, Syd Vianello joins Bruce Whitfield to discuss Woolworths, Truworths & Steinhoff- Shoprite merger.

 ACSA minority Sharenet

Video / 1/17/2017 9:35:43 AM

ACSA minority Sharenet

Airports Company South Africa says it grew annual profit by 20.3 per cent from R1.6-billion to R1.96-billion but the company's empowerment partners are taking ACSA to court because they claim the parastatal is holding them "economically hostage". Bruce Whitfield is joined by Pieter Smit, Attorney representing both African Harvest Strategic Investments & Up-Front Investments in the court case- he is from Fulcon & Hume Attorneys & Alun Frost, African Harvest's corporate advisor who joins the show to discuss why it has taken more than 3 years for BEE shareholders to exit their investment positions in ACSA, especially since the Department of Transport has not fulfilled its promise to privatise or list ACSA in the stock exchange.

 Taking banks to the people's fingertips

Video / 1/13/2017 5:17:53 AM

Taking banks to the people's fingertips

It's estimated that 1.9 billion people will use in-store mobile transactions to pay for purchases by the year 2019 and according to our guest, traditional banks are poised to lose as much as 50 per cent of their ownership of the payment space by the end of 2016. On this MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield is joined by Brian Richardson, CEO & Co-founder of WIZZIT International, which partnered with Ubank to become the banks mobile and digital payment platform.

 This company is fostering the entrepreneurship spirit in children

Video / 1/12/2017 5:50:08 AM

This company is fostering the entrepreneurship spirit in children

If entrepreneurship is a science then it can be taught. Not everyone will become an entrepreneur but there can be no denying that we all need to be financially literate. On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield finds out about Young Entrepreneur, a programme that teaches children between the ages of 7 and 15 years of age vital entrepreneurial and financial literacy skills. Join Bruce and his guests, Head of The YE Foundation, Zuki Mzozoyana and two young entrepreneurs, Willie Versfeld and Ligwiba Tabane.

 Social innovation to tackle Africa's drought areas

Video / 1/11/2017 6:00:50 AM

Social innovation to tackle Africa's drought areas

African solutions to African problems, sounds like a cliche but our guest lives it. South Africa may be running dry of drinking water but it is far from short on ideas. On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses innovation with Science enthusiast, Social entrepreneur Murendeni Mafumo, whose innovation makes rain and ground water drinkable using macadamia nuts.

 Stock picks for 2017

Video / 1/10/2017 6:01:26 AM

Stock picks for 2017

Most markets participants were wrong about Brexit and the US elections as a result some last big on the markets but what are they foreseeing 2017? On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield and his guests, Dr Adrian Saville, Chief Strategist at Citadel, Joseph Busha, Head of JM Busha Investments and Sasha Naryshkine, Director at Vestact give us their predictions for the best stocks for 2017.

 9/12 one year since #Nenegate: What numbers tell us about the future of S.A's economy & politics

Video / 12/13/2016 1:03:32 PM

9/12 one year since #Nenegate: What numbers tell us about the future of S.A's economy & politics

Numerology is described as a belief in the divine, mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. But did you know that South Africa's President Jacob Zuma and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan share a birthday? On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses numerology and its assertions for South Africa in 2017 with Sandy Smith, Numerologist at Sandy's Numerology.

 2016 through the eyes of comedians

Video / 12/9/2016 6:08:12 AM

2016 through the eyes of comedians

2016 has been a dream year for comedians from motions of no confidence for South Africa's President Jacob Zuma, low economic growth to global surprises like Brexit and President Elect Trump. On this episode of MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses 2016 and how profitable it has been with Comedians John Vlismas and Alfred Adriaan.

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