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Data released this week revealed some slight economic recovery. The GDP figure beat market expectations, up by 1 point 3 percent last year. Bianca Botes from Peregrine Treasury Solutions joins us to discuss this week’s top economic stories
The healthcare and medical services sector is a highly concentrated industry. And despite of this, Dr Khamane Matseke was able to launch the township hospital group, Clinix Health Group in 1992. Dr Matseke joins Moneyline
Dobek Pater, from Africa Analysis joins Siki Mgabadeli on MTN's financial results and for a closer look at the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill.
Amid the political turmoil and slow economic growth in Africa. One expert believes South Africa and the rest of the continent remain a good investment opportunity. Fund Manager at Ashburton Investments, Paul Clark, joins us for more
The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission will launch an online business reporting platform to try and speed up the data analysis process to assist companies in filling financial statements on time. Joey Mathe from CIPC joins us for more
South Africa has seen unexpected growth of 3.1% in the fourth quarter of last year. Chief Economist and Advisory Partner at Citadel, Maarten Ackerman unpacks.
Consumer credit health has declined slightly in the last quarter of 2017. The Transunion consumer credit index has seen a drop to 53.4%. Regional vice president for financial services at TransUnion Africa, Steve De Blanche joined us for more
Statistics South Africa is expected to publish the Gross Domestic Product for 4th Quarter of 2017 on Tuesday. RMB Economist, Isaah Mhlanga previews the data.
Director for Research and Insights at Mina Nawe Marketing, Mncedisi Maluleka joined Moneyline to unpack.
South Africa’s economy grew by a better-than-expected 1.3% last year. It was driven by financial, real estate and business services. An economist says improved conditions in the agricultural sector was also a contributing factor.