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Want to know more about your money? The penny drops podcast is here to help you understand your money and make better informed financial decisions. Presenter and Broadcast Journalist Andrea Fox will be grilling financial experts on your behalf to get the best tips on topics such as savings, pensions, budgeting, debt and retirement. This podcast series is brought to you by Royal London, the UK’s largest mutual life, pensions and investment company.
 
The Miracle of '99, presented by Fox Cricket, is a series that takes you inside the dressing room for Australia's miraculous run in the 1999 Cricket World Cup. Collectively, one almighty triumph. But it was in fact a long list of unlikely and incredible events that led to green and gold success in the UK. SEARCH & SUBSCRIBE to The Miracle of '99 on iTunes or go to foxsports.com.au/podcasts for the full episodes and related content.
 
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Another extraordinary South African features in this episode of the long-form biographical podcast. At 68, Bobby Godsell's passion for his homeland hasn't dimmed and in this rare interview, he proposes an approach to living in SA that works. Born in Boksburg and raised in Durban, Godsell spurned repeated offers by one of the world's richest men to …
 
In today's business headlines: * The Department of Public Enterprises could ring-fence billions of rand of irregular expenditure by Transnet to ensure clean audit findings for the state-owned ports and rail operator. Transnet has reported R10 billion of irregular expenditure in the last fiscal year. * Power utility Eskom has started a billion-dolla…
 
SUBSCRIBE to the channel and hit the bell icon so you'll be notified when we go live. Join Carlos, Matt, Nev and Armando for this week's episode of PTUK, the UK's Number 1 Aviation Podcast! In this week's show a passenger on everyone's favourite low cost airline flies to the Ukraine instead of Spain, there's a surprise announcement as a UK airline …
 
Special guest in the The Analysts Virtual Cricket Club, Joe Root discusses the unusual pressures of playing in a bio-secure environment, what he can learn from his major batting rivals - Kohli, Williamson and Smith, England's Ashes plans, and the exciting prospects for Jos Buttler See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode of Inside Covid-19, we look at the impact of the pandemic on education - and jobs. Professor Michael le Cordeur, of the Department of Curriculum Studies at Stellenbosch University, explores whether another generation has lost out on vital education. We also speak to Prof Susan Michie, a director of University College London’s Centre…
 
In today's business headlines: - Eskom anticipates that its performance would improve by December this year due to what CEO Andre de Ruyter called adequate reliability maintenance, but Eskom could not eliminate the risk of load shedding going forward.- Altron’s share price jumped by 13,93% on the JSE after the news that it was proceeding with plans…
 
Episode six of the Biznews podcast which exposes new investment opportunities and offers fresh ideas on moneycraft features Neal Froneman, the man who built what is now the R150bn mining giant Sibanye Stillwater. The forthright miner explains why he believes South Africa is a poor destination for global capital. Valenture Institute’s founder Robert…
 
This week, join our health correspondent Dr Richard Pile and Danny. He is telling us about his research into how having a purpose in life can help keep you healthy. If you find this interesting, you might be interested in Richard’s book. It is due for release next year. You can find out more about Living Life Better on their website https://livingl…
 
* A group of Zambian women and children are suing Anglo American, alleging the mining company caused widespread lead poisoning from a mine it owned until 1974 in the northern city of Kabwe. The case, which is demanding compensation and a clean-up of the area, was filed in a Johannesburg court on Wednesday by 13 plaintiffs on behalf of an estimated …
 
Australia vice-captain and No.1 Test bowler Pat Cummins joins cricket.com.au journalist Sam Ferris to discuss how he's enjoying the Indian Premier League (0:46), what he'd change first as Test captain (10:35), the upcoming India tour (11:22), hypothetical rule changes in Play It or Leave It (17:14), his chances of playing the BBL this summer (20:31…
 
In today's BizNews headlines:* The Johannesburg Stock Exchange is to fine scandal-hit Steinhoff International R13.5m for breaching listing requirements;* SA’s third biggest mobile operator Cell C reported a loss of about R7.6bn;* London-listed SA diamond miner Petra Diamonds has abandoned plans to sell the business in favour of a debt-for-equity re…
 
Our guest in this episode is outspoken economist Chris Hart, a former science teacher who did a B Comm because he thought it would help when he was became a headmaster role. Instead, it was the ticket to a bank’s dealing room where he helped traders make a packet when contrarian forecasts that often beat the economic consensus. But the real story a…
 
Earlier this month, popular trading platform Robinhood reported that hackers had accessed almost 2,000 of its trading accounts. In our Friday Finance webinar, BizNews editor Jackie Cameron spoke to global financial markets specialist Fred Razak of CM Trading. He outlines three simple ways we can safeguard ourselves against similar situations.…
 
The Tuesday Noontime webinar is the only weekly webinar hosted by Biznews founder Alec Hogg, with SA's favourite market commentator David Shapiro from Sasfin, as the regular guest. This week we were joined by Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye Stillwater. The guest investment analyst was Peter Major from Mergence Corporate Solutions.…
 
Aatif Nawaz & Daniel Norcross reflect on an extraordinary few days at the IPL with ties, super overs and amazing performances. We also focus on Sunrisers Hyderabad as we’re joined by superstar Afghan spinner Rashid Khan and Jonny Bairstow reveals the secret of his opening partnership with Ashes rival David Warner.…
 
As humans continue to develop, we impinge on the habitat of animals and collisions are inevitable when the paths of big cats and humans cross. Some of the big cats - like lions - can be successfully contained in nature reserves, but this is not the case for the famously elusive leopard who likes to roam. According to the global wild cat conservatio…
 
In today's BizNews headlines:* South Africa has reduced the number of countries on its high risk Covid-19 list by more than half to 22 from 60, the government said on Monday, although Germany was among the notable additions to the register;* The total number of Covid-19 related deaths in South Africa has risen to 18,471 (as of 18 October). More tha…
 
As part of an upgrade to their mobile banking app, Capitec has teamed up with EasyEquities - a low-cost investing platform. The partnership, says CEO Gerrie Fourie, is 'about adding value to our clients'. The app allows for first-time and beginner investors to find their feet in the often intimidating world of investments, by offering a demo mode. …
 
Join Carlos, Matt, Nev, Armando and Captain Nick from the APG Podcast for this week's episode of the Number One UK Aviation Podcast, PTUK! In this week's show Airbus reveal their first A321 Freighter conversion, British Airways has a change of Boss, and Singapore Airlines opens what could be the world's largest restaurant in an A380. In the militar…
 
President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed an ambitious post-Covid-19 economic recovery plan in Parliament construction in Parliament which could create 800,000 jobs. It also includes a 3-month extension of social grants and amendments to the red lists of countries to enable more tourists to come to South Africa. BizNews panel consisting of venture capital…
 
Welcome to episode five of the BizNews podcast which exposes new investment opportunities and offers fresh ideas on investing and moneycraft. In this episode Sanlam’s new CEO Paul Hanratty explains why his much discussed pay package aligns his own interests with those of shareholders; market commentators David Shapiro and Adrian Saville provide a g…
 
In today's BizNews headlines: - President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed an ambitious post-Covid-19 recovery plan which is aimed at generating 800,000 job opportunities in the immediate term. Mr Ramaphosa announced four interventions which include a massive roll-out of infrastructure throughout the country, the rapid expansion of energy generation capaci…
 
Our guest in episode is an extraordinarily talented and courageous young man whom the Scott family call David but the rest of South Africa knows as The Kiffness. His wildly popular musical parodies and satirical Youtube videos have attracted millions upon millions of viewers, turning the mild mannered musician into one of the most recognizable face…
 
Clare has got you covered for ideas for November reading recommendations, now that the nights are drawing in and we may have more time to curl up in front of the fire (real or otherwise). Her recommendations are: The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt (784 pgs), Flight Behaviour by Barbara Kingsolver (600 pgs) and The Dutch House by Ann Patchett (350 pgs). F…
 
In today’s news headlines:* Biovac, a Cape company, says it could produce vaccines for a quarter to half of South Africa;* At least 20% of jobs are lost forever thanks to Covid-19 lockdown, says an analyst;* Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has asked for a deadline extension to develop plans to fix South Africa, with President Cyril Ramaphosa schedule…
 
From March 2000 to January 2007, the MSCI World Value Index returned nearly twice that of the MSCI World Growth Index. Since then, it has under-performed by 52%. Is now the best time to take some profit on growth and quality strategies and switch to value investing? Or, has the world changed so much that the value strategy is no longer relevant? Bi…
 
* Johnson & Johnson halts clinical trials of its Covid-19 vaccine after a participant falls ill.* Stock market darling Sasol is benefiting to the tune of about R8bn from fuel subsidies and a carbon tax exemption.* Advisors to the president are recommending a three-year “solidarity tax” that would boost income tax for higher earners, according to Bl…
 
On this week's episode cricket.com.au journalist Sam Ferris breaks down the opening round of the Marsh Sheffield Shield with our reporter in the Adelaide hub Louis Cameron and chats to Queensland opener Joe Burns after the Bulls pulled off a last-gasp win over Tasmania. Don't forget to subscribe to 'The Scoop Cricket Podcast' for all you need to kn…
 
In this episode, we look at the global vaccine race, in an interview with expert Arnaud Bernaert, Head of Shaping the Future of Health and Health Care, World Economic Forum. He sets out who is likely to get the vaccine and why we must prepare for coping with Covid-19 in our midsts at least until 2023. Also coming up, with the world spotlight on men…
 
Eoin Morgan is one of a host of Kolkata Knight Riders to join Isa Guha and Aatif Nawaz. England’s white-ball captain explains what you can learn about captaincy when you’re not captain (and why you should hold the ball for as long as you can before giving it to the bowler).Ali Khan talks the future of cricket in the USA, as well as the secret to bo…
 
Having just turned 60 and with the kind of wealth that brings total independence, globally successful entrepreneur Rob Hersov shares his obsession of helping weld together anti-ANC forces to unseat the ruling political party. Having swum against the tide when returning home three years ago, he has a vision for a South Africa that is very different …
 
* South Africa’s manufacturing output contracted 10.8% year on year in August after shrinking by a revised 10.2% in July, the statistics agency said on Monday.* The FirstRand group, which owns an investment bank, consumer lender, and South Africa’s biggest vehicle-financier, has started a new incentive program to retain top managers.* South African…
 
In today's news headlines:* South Africa is heading for a budget crisis by the 2024/25 fiscal year unless it addresses a widening gap between revenue and expenditure, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has warned.* Two state entities, Denel and the Land Bank, want more taxpayer support.* The guardians of the global economy will gather this week under th…
 
Join Carlos, Matt, Nev and Paul from the Layovers Podcast for this week's episode of the Number One UK Aviation Podcast, PTUK! In this week's show we say a fond farewell to BA's last two Boeing 747's "but there may be good news", The A220 turns into the next new biz jet, and a woman is caught trying to take rather a lot of money into Dubai. In the …
 
In today's news headlines:* Barrick Gold Corp.’s top executive says the gold industry needs more consolidation so it can increase exploration to boost depleting reserves, lure more generalist investors and improve efficiencies;* As SA’s crackdown on corruption gathers steam, in Brazil efforts to stop graft are winding down. President Jair Bolsonaro…
 
In Episode Four of Inside Investing, we talk to Bernard Swanepoel, chairman of the Joburg Mining Indaba about the major theme emerging form two days of high level engagement; hear from top asset managers about the appeal (or lack of) in Sasol shares; get insights on the turnaround opportunity called Tongaat Hulett; and hear from Martin Freeman, CEO…
 
Last week saw high profile arrests of Free State tenderpreneurs closely linked to the ANC secretary general Ace Magashule. Yesterday the news broke that one Philip Truter, former CFO of heavily pillaged VBS Bank, has cut a deal that sends him to jail for an effective seven years. With a number of very high profile politicians about to get their com…
 
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