The US Fed has left rates unchanged, but signalled that they are prepared to cut rates. On Wednesday the European Central Bank (ECB) surprised the market by signalling an increased likelihood of rate cuts (although rates are already at record lows) and stimulus measure. South Africa’s May 2019 CPI inflation rate came out at 4.5% y/y (April 4.4% y/y). Multichoice reported core HEPS up 10% to 410cps, which was roughly the mid-point of the range given in the recent trading update. Naspers has released its results for the year to end March. KAP reported a core HEPS decline of 8% for FY19, which is an unexpected disappointment, especially in light of the 6% growth achieved in H1. And Facebook announced the launch of its cryptocurrency, Libra.

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When it comes to cryptocurrency, and investing in it, trust has become a big issue. Louis Buys from Revix addresses the concerns in this space, and provides insights into what investors should look out for, and how Revix is focusing on this moving forward.

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24.06.19 Pt 2 – Do you say things that you don’t mean in everyday conversation? Of course you do, and the team explores this with some well-known phrases. Nqobile calls in to discuss some ills of society that centre around young men, a cat gets caught in a washing machine, and the things you should be cleaning. Yvonne Johnston then talks marketing, and the Marketing Achievement Summit which takes place on the 27th of June.

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24.06.19 Pt 1 – Contrary to general belief, Ben is not dead, and back from a week of bronchitis. Leigh-Ann burst the arsehole of moisturiser, Gugu has a foul mouth and terrible taste in pizza, plus a listener mail which takes Gareth to task. The latest in your news headlines, the lowdown from the world of sport, and Anthea on the finance.

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Where does one buy guns legally, and what else can one find at these dealerships? And more importantly, how do the dealers operate within the confines of the law as it currently stands in South Africa? Martin Hood has a brutally honest conversation with Jonathan Fouché from the South African Arms & Ammunition Dealers Association.

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Don’t you hate some terms that are used in the office simply because you don’t really know what the person saying them means? Terms like “With all due respect”, “Shout if you need anything” and “I hear you.” Gareth and the team discuss and laugh at these. Brought to you by Coronation – an authorised financial services provider. Brought to you by Coronation – an authorised financial services provider.

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George Mienie shares some tips on how to spot and avoid buying illegal vehicles in South Africa. The Hummer SUV might make a comeback – this time as an electric vehicle… and the 1965 Aston Martin has been fully restored, and will be going on auction! Powered by AutoTrader.

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21.06.19 Pt 2 – When last did you buy a physical CD? Why are cellphones causing humans to grow horns? Would South Africa benefit from a new city? These questions all get discussed as the team look at some of the day’s top stories. Hear from Alice Vogt and Fawn Rogers from Transplant Education for Living Legacies, as they talk about the importance of organ donors. Then, George Mienie wraps things up with his look at this week’s world of motoring.

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21.06.19 Pt 1 – How’s your Friday going? The team start it off with some great music from the ‘Queen of Vagina’, so they’re having a great feeling. Gareth speaks about his radio experience at Jacaranda FM. Get a dose of the news, the new ‘Let’s Be Honest’ feature, and how millennials are helping birds in ‘Said By Siya’.

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Why do people say, “We should have coffee sometime” when they don’t really mean it? Without honesty there can be no trust to life – that’s what Gareth pointed out when he recently spotted a new Coronation billboard. He and the team start discussing some terms that we use in everyday life, but don’t really mean. Brought to you by Coronation – an authorised financial services provider.

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