Consumer credit health declines
Money 7 March 2018

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

Market anticipation ahead of Stats SA GDP data
Money 6 March 2018

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.

Recent product recalls by food manufacturers Enterprise and Rainbow Polony is expected to have severe implications on small businesses
Money 6 March 2018

Director for Research and Insights at Mina Nawe Marketing, Mncedisi Maluleka joined Moneyline to unpack.

SA economy grows by 1.3%
Money 6 March 2018

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.

Money Matters : #Wills
Money 5 March 2018

Make sure that your will reflects your wishes

Part 1: South Africa's new president has a long to-do list.
Money 2 March 2018

Siki Mgabadeli is joined by Landiwe Mahlangu, Chief Economist at Nafcoc, Macro Strategist at Aluwani Capital Partners, Mamokete Lijane and Anthea Gardner who's a Market Analyst at Cartesian Capital ahead of the 2018 State of the Nation Address

Part 2: South Africa's new president has a long to-do list.
Money 2 March 2018

Siki Mgabadeli is joined by Landiwe Mahlangu, Chief Economist at Nafcoc, Macro Strategist at Aluwani Capital Partners, Mamokete Lijane and Anthea Gardner who's a Market Analyst at Cartesian Capital ahead of the 2018 State of the Nation Address

Business community welcomes 2018 cabinet reshuffle
Money 2 March 2018

Business community has welcomed changes in the National Executive. Business Leadership SA says the re-appointment of Nhlanhla Nene as finance minister will boost investor confidence. BLSA COO Busisiwe Mavuso and ABSIP President Sibongiseni Mbatha unpack

Derek Hanekom returns back to Tourism
Money 2 March 2018

Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom joins Moneyline to discuss his not so new role in South Africa's tourism sector

Economic implications of monopolies and cartel behaviour
Money 2 March 2018

The competition commission has been pinning down many companies for cartel behaviour. The latest case involves 28 media companies referred to the tribunal for price fixing. Economics professor at the University of Western Cape, Matthew Kofi Ocran join us