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Moneyline is joined by Co-Director at the University of Johannesburg's Confucius Institute, Dr David Monyae, to discuss the ANC's policy discussion documents on economic transformation, ahead of the party's National Policy Conference in June.
For the first time since its inception, the Global Entrepreneurship Congress is being hosted on African soil. Minister of Small Business Development, Lindiwe Zulu, says it's time Africa realized its capacity to create, instead of just being consumers.
The First Rand group, owner of FNB, Rand Merchant Bank and WesBank, attributes the strong performance to its franchises and new growth initiatives. FNB CEO, Jacques Celliers, speaks further on the company's performance in the last year.
Moneyline is joined by Ralph Speirs, CSI Officer at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, to tell us more about their Investment Challenge programme, that aims to introduce school pupils and varsity students to financial markets.
Etienne Nel, co-founder and CEO of ZAR X, responds.
09 MArch 2017 - Credit cards, debit cards, and other cashless payment systems are becoming the norm. Here are facts you should know before you apply for one.
New report shows that 86% of South Africans believe their lives would be better if they had less debt. But only a few are prepared to give up some luxuries in order to remove the debt. Lou Boxall-Davies, Chief Strategy Officer at Havas, joins Moneyline.
Well-known South Africans chat to Moneyline about their relationship with money. This week, we sat down with Mo-T, from the house band, Mi Casa.
08 March 2017 - Police have found one of the cars used in a daring cash heist at OR Tambo International Airport. An undisclosed amount of money was stolen from a cargo plane shortly after it landed at around 8pm on Tuesday. CEO of the South African Bank
Johannesburg, 08 March 2017 – Cash Paymaster Services Director Serge Belamant says he believes the company is the target of a political vendetta. He insists claims of corruption and BEE fraud against the company are baseless.