Comedian John Vlismas is well known for his outspoken and observational humour. He was awarded the Henley’s Creative and Music Industries MBA scholarship from Henley Business School for his contribution to the arts and creative industries. Gareth Cliff speaks to him about how the MBA course has influenced the way he thinks about the nature of truth, the joys of lecturing and more.

Brought to you by Henley Business School.

More Info

Anthea responds to an email from a listener who wants to find out if there’s a posibility of an IMF bailout for us. In other news, she recently attended a big bank’s investment conference and she shares more about the insights gained from the conference. We also get her to weigh in on the recent big news of SAA going into business rescue.

More Info

Henry is standing in for Anthea and he’s giving advice on how to invest your money. Do you see your money and investments in Rands? Well maybe it’s time you started measuring yourself and wealth in Dollars. Find out why.

More Info

It’s been a busy week on the JSE with a lot of companies making announcements. Mr Price shared their first half results and it isn’t looking too good. Investec also reported their H1 results and their share has taken a slight tumble since September. Anthea also shares the results of Tsogo Sun, as well as Life Healthcare.

More Info

Jacques Taylor, besturende direkteur van John Deer Sub-Sahara Afrika. Die man wat deur internasionale kenners bestempel word as ‘Afrika se Landboukenner’ gesels padlangs met my oor sy loopbaanpad, wat hom van die navraagtoonbank in die Bloemfontein-tak van Standard Bank geneem het na die vooruitstrewende boeregemeenskap van Schweizer-Reneke, die glanskantore van Johannesburg en Nigerië se welvarende landboumark tot, uiteindelik, die bestuurstoel van John Deere in Boksburg.

More Info

The team begin to analyse how much time they lose in traffic, since they’re all trying to gear themselves up to be billionaires. They each also realise just how dependent they are on technology. Talking about successful and productive people, hear the inspiring entrepreneurship story of Albé Geldenhuys, the founder and CEO Of USN. His life reads like something out of a movie: A former policeman who took a leap of faith, put in a lot of work and now is reaping the huge, worldwide rewards.

More Info

Seleho Tsatsi is in for Anthea today, and he anticipates that like-for-like net rental income for 2019 will be down by around 9%. He gives an update on Dis-Chem and how things are looking for them. Could they be the next Clicks? Uber on the other hand has their results out too, and it seems they’ve been bleeding money – $2.5 billion to be precise.

More Info

You may know a lot about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies… and if you’ve been following this podcast, you would have certainly heard about Luno. The app-based crypto exchange is helping revolutionise money, but there’s a lot more to it than that. Luno’s GM, Marius Reitz, tells us more about what it is that Luno does.

Decrypto is powered by Luno.

More Info

Oil imports decreased during the month of September, causing trade surplus to widen. With the budget behind us, this past Friday Moody’s changed our outlook from Stable to Negative. On a brighter note, the US Dept of Labour said that they had added 128k jobs.

More Info

04.11.19 Pt 1 – Everyone is still buzzing after the weekend, with many stories to tell. We also have a special guest this morning. Mbulelo Thinta is a proper sports fan and he’s in to give everyone a well-rounded recap of what is arguably our greatest sporting weekend this year. Siya is faced with a minor dilemma, and found himself having to break in and out of his own house this weekend.

More Info