Middle income earners have biggest credit card debt
Money 4 January 2018

JOHANNESBURG, 04 January 2017 - Wealth coach Samke Mhlongo explains how the middle class is often duped into taking on excessive credit card debt. ​

Wrap of the Week: Biggest news of 2017
Money 19 December 2017

It’s been a challenging economic year. However, there was some good news for the Consumer Price Inflation data released this week. To discuss this and other top economic stories this year, is Consulting Economist for Mercantile Bank, Trudi Makhaya.

Tech Wrap: 2017 tech developments
Money 19 December 2017

It’s been a busy year in technology, from the return of devices like the 3310 and the Tamagotchi, to massive data breaches and cyber-attacks. To unpack the 2017 tech news is tech analyst, Kyle Venktess.

Tech and Stuff: A minute around the net
Money 19 December 2017

eNCA-dot-com's Head of Development Jason Adriaan, wraps this up, and other tech news of the past year, for us.

Wrap of the Week: GDP and Business confidence
Money 18 December 2017

GDP expands by two percent in the third quarter. Business leaders' confidence slightly improved by 1.2 index points in November. To discuss this is IRR Chief Operation Officer and Economist, Gwen Ngwenya.

Best mobile contracts for kids
Money 18 December 2017

It’s that time of the year where children make known to their parents what they want for Christmas. And if a cellphone appears on the list, we've got Toma Batev from Tariffic, To explain about the best cellphone contracts for kids.

First iSiZulu business handbook launched
Money 18 December 2017

Nokwazi Mzobe of Matoyana business consulting company, has launched a business handbook in iSizulu,'Umhlahlandlela Wamabhizinisi Amancane', which she hopes will help those who've lost out on business advise due to language barrier.

Tech and Stuff: Virtual cats and Grinch Bots
Money 18 December 2017

Someone bought a virtual cat for 1.5 million rand, and Grinch bots are here to steal your Christmas presents. eMedia's head of development, Jason Adriaan, tells us more.

EOH CEO explains stock-price plunge
Money 14 December 2017

Last week, the company’s stock took a dive after a reported forced sale of shares by two of its directors. CEO of EOH Zunaid Mayet joins Moneyline to talk about this.

New survey says many people do not report misconduct
Money 14 December 2017

A recent survey on business ethics reveals a 25 percent increase in the number of people who observe misconduct. Dr Renate Scherrer, from JvR Consulting Psychologists, discusses.