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

Mining experts applaud the appointment of Gwede Mantashe in mineral resources portfolio
Money 2 March 2018

Mining experts have applauded the appointment of Gwede Mantashe to the mineral resources portfolio. The view is that the minister's background in mining will benefit the industry at large. Mining sector partner at Webber Wentzel , Manus Booysen unpacks

National minimum wage comes into effect on the 1st of April
Money 2 March 2018

The national minimum wage will come into effect on the 1st of April this year. Some business owners have raised a number of concerns. Joanette Nagel, Head of Commercial & Labour at Hunts Attorneys unpacks the implications of minimum wage.

AB InBev increases beer revenues
Money 2 March 2018

Anheuser-Busch InBev's says the acquisition of SA Breweries has assisted says the acquisition has helped the brewer to grow its revenue by 5.1%, Independent Investment analyst Chris Gilmour unpacks.

Moneymatters : #1st Pay Cheque
Money 2 March 2018

RULE NUMBER ONE: Save 20% of your income - Maya Fischer French

Taking Stock: In Conversation with Paul Theron & Zwelakhe Mnguni Part 3 of 3
Money 2 March 2018

A few South African listed companies have faced allegations of accounting irregularities, sending share prices tumbling

Taking Stock: In Conversation with Paul Theron & Zwelakhe Mnguni Part 2 of 3
Money 2 March 2018

A few South African listed companies have faced allegations of accounting irregularities, sending share prices tumbling.

Taking Stock: In Conversation with Paul Theron & Zwelakhe Mnguni Part 1 of 3
Money 2 March 2018

Following shake-ups at senior government levels, how are markets and trading affected by political developments?

Steinhoff's troubles continue
Money 1 March 2018

The JSE has suspended the trading of Steinhoff’s Company’s preference shares with immediate effect. This follows the company’s failure to submit financial results by the 28th of February.