Is it possible to plan your financial future while also doing good for the community and environment? In this episode Gareth Cliff looks at social impact investing to help you learn more about Section 12J. For this information-filled segment, he is joined by Malcolm Segal, Non-Executive Director for Grovest Corporate Advisory and the Director for Mdluli Safari Lodge Limited. Brought to you by Grovest.

More Info

The Corona virus is affecting the markets. Even after a bullish 5 months, the markets are so fragile. In these uncertain times, where should we be investing our money? How do we find high return businesses? Tesla is now worth twice as much as Ferrari, how is that possible? Naspers is making “10 Cent” moves. Get your hands on platinum and Clicks shares, they’re a sure thing. And load shedding cost Anglo Platinum an estimated $700m over the last year.

More Info

It takes a multi-talented leader, innovative businessperson and expert in curriculum design to direct Henley Business School South Africa, part of the University of Reading. Gareth gets to find out all about what makes the Dean and Director, Jonathan Foster-Pedley tick! He’s the perfect person to continue setting the scene on how Henley is leading transformation. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

More Info

Mteto Nyati says he’s always known that he’s wanted to fix and build things. And, “fix and build things” is exactly what he’s done in his career as one of South Africa’s top CEOs. He’s steered the likes of Microsoft SA and MTN SA, to his current position at the helm of Altron. What makes a man of this calibre? How does he keep going? What does he have his eyes set on already, for the future? The CEO and author of ‘Betting on a Darkie’ answers these questions himself.

More Info

Barry van Zyl, drummer extraordinaire, is a Henley MBA graduate – he shares with us why he feels it has changed how he does business, even in his music dealings. He’s optimistic about the future of the music industry and can’t wait for the future. The MBA has taught him just enough to not have anyone sell him short in any industry. Barry also talks about his love for music returning. A living legend and yet so humble, he is one of South Africa’s greatest musical exports and his journey is not done yet!

Brought to you by Henley Business School.

More Info

Business dynamo Melody Xaba broaches the ideas of the 4th Industrial Revolution and AI with eloquence and energy. As long as you are thinking, you are in the game. As long as you are thinking it means you can become adaptable to the great change we are seeing in business today. Innovation must also happen in how we think about job creation, it’s the only thing that will save us. In order to be employable, be adaptable!

Brought to you by Henley Business School.

More Info

13.01.20 Pt 2 – If you need to Netflix and chill and it’s the first date, get Gwyneth Paltrow’s vagina scented candles. Prince Harry is not just a redhead, he’s also an airhead. Love Island is in Cape Town now, the IQ of the city just took a massive hit. The term good looking and British, is that an oxymoron? Melody Xaba wants you to do better, and she’s dynamite!

More Info

When you hear someone describe himself as “the Jordan Peterson of rap” in one of his songs, you know there’s more to him than meets the eye. Or in this case, than meets the music. Get to know Zuby Udezue in this interview: A UK-based rapper, podcaster and entrepreneur who doesn’t shy away from calling it like he sees it.

More Info

En daar is 2019 op sy rug! Dit is vir my ‘n wonderlike voorreg om ‘n paar besigheids- en persoonlike hoogtepunte met julle te deel. Baie dankie vir die volgehoue ondersteuning en lojale luisters – ek wens jou en jou geliefdes ‘n geseënde Kersfees en ‘n baie suksesvolle 2020 toe!

More Info

Stephen Koseff, one of the co-founders of Investec, may have retired in September 2018 after 40 years at the helm, but he’s “still here in a suit and tie”. Gareth finds out more about the growth story that has led to the powerhouse that is Investec today. From eight to over 8,000 employees, his journey of entrepreneurship has seen lots of growth, many ups and downs, and a front row seat to some of the biggest changes in the past few decades.

More Info