eNCA Moneyline

  • News 4:04

    Women still treated unfairly in the work place

    A new report, titled Fairness in Relation to Women at Work, has found that women in corporate spaces continue to be treated unfairly. Professor Anita Bosch of Stellenbosch University, discusses.

  • News 4:36

    How to use social media lawfully

    With the explosion of social media, many users seem to have forgotten about copyright, believing the platforms are all about sharing content. But when do we need to careful about infringing copyright? Hugh Melamdowitz from Spoor & Fisher, advises.

  • News 1:31

    Tech and Stuff: Apple and Whatsapp

    Apple discontinues the iPod Shuffle and iPod Nano in efforts to reduce bloated product range, while Whatsapp announces they've reached a milestone of one billion daily active users.

  • News 1:16

    Need to Know: What additional costs should I prepare for when buying property?

    Herschel Jawitz, the C-E-O at Jawitz Properties, answers.

  • News 5:51

    Stockbroking industry not transforming fast enough

    According to the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals, the stockbroking industry has been very slow to transform. Moneyline is joined by the President of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals, Sibongiseni Mbatha, to discuss further.

  • News 5:03

    South Africans still not saving enough

    The Investec-GIBS Savings Index reveals a decline of the country's national savings rate over the last two decades. Dr Adrian Saville, Founder and Chief Executive at Cannon Asset Managers, discusses further.

  • News 5:02

    Real Estate industry under pressure

    In 2007 just over 80-thousand estate agents were registered with the Estate Agency Affairs Board. 10 years later, South Africa has less than 40 thousand estate agents. Leadhome’s CEO, Marcèl du Toit, discusses the impact of this.

  • News 4:07

    How will anti-bribery and anti-corruption efforts be in the future

    A PwC forensic services report predicts five forces that'll reshape the global and South African landscape of anti-bribery and anti-corruption over the next five years. To discuss further is forensic services partner at PwC South Africa, Trevor White.

  • News 4:59

    Financial results of JSE-listed companies

    Managing director at Lehumo Capital Maudi Lentsoane, speaks to Moneyline about the recent JSE-listed companies' financial results.

  • News 2:09

    Need to Know: How will peer-to-peer lending affect traditional banks in SA

    Thabiso Madiba, UJ Senior Finance Lecturer, answers.

  • News 3:55

    Eskom fingered as the epitome of state abuse

    Civil groups have called Eskom as the perfect example of the misuse of state funds and resources, after it reported losses of almost nine hundred million. To discuss is Managing Director of the Trans African Consulting Group, Dr Stephen Labson.

  • News 7:18

    Business owners warned against using business finances for personal reasons

    To keep taxable earnings down, many business owners run their personal expenses through their business. How does this affect or hinder a small-business owner wishing to grow their business? Gary Palmer, CEO of Paragon Lending Solutions, explains.

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