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Your home is not an ATM. What does it mean to replace short-term debt with long-term debt? If you are downgrading your vehicle, what should you do with the insurance premium for the new one? Is debt consolidation a good idea? Stop using your credit cards! Kids and divorce are a cost, and you need to learn to talk about these realities. When should we be having kids? Get real or go broke.
Joe Cimino is back for the first time in 2020 and he's come out with all guns blazing! Turns out, if the credit card is in your wallet, you are signing your own financial death warrant. Speaking of death, are funeral policies financial grim reapers? What is insurance, and how do we know if we are getting fair returns on our premiums long term? Joe also has his say on the price of wedlock... forget money, your mortality may be at stake.
How deep do the effects of corruption run within Eskom? Who are the people who have led this march to ruin? What does that mean for the ordinary taxpayer? Ted Blom is back to untangle the different 'stages' of what feels like Eskom's inevitable demise. From being a crown jewel in the State's portfolio, Eskom is now a burdensome noose around the neck of all of South Africa's citizenry. How long will it take Eskom to get their act together? Is there light at the end of the tunnel, or is loadshedding part of a 'dark' future for our country?
As we lead up to the festive season, the time of giving, here’s a new way for you to make a difference in the lives of those who might need it. TBWA Hunt Lascaris co-founder Reg Lascaris and Wetherlys founder Nick Davies tell Gareth how their band, Uncorked, is giving proceeds from their music to the Kusasa Project - an early learning school for underprivileged kids - and they'd like you to do the same.
Friends to the show, the team at Headway Gauteng, are spending their 67 minutes for #MandelaDay by giving back to real-life heroes – the men and women who selflessly work in the services industry. The team join Gareth to discuss how much work the likes of paramedics do, and why Headway Gauteng wants to continue shining a spotlight on the good work that is done through service.
What's going on with cryptocurrency? The only person to ask on the subject is Ran Neu-Ner and he is as upbeat as ever. He tell you why here, and how new opportunities are developing as blockchain technology is only improving and becoming more widespread.
The Budget speech has been delivered, now it's down to your money expert Anthea Gardner to make sense of it all. It's not all doom and gloom though, as a boring Budget at least makes the best of bad times that are inevitable after the Zuma reign.
Ran, who has just been named one of the 100 most influential people in cryptocurrency in the world, is armed with more information for another fresh update. He discusses Bitcoin cash and candidly answers why he believes Bitcoin will not die in 2018. In closing, he explains Neo, the Chinese Ethereum, and how cryptocurrency is changing our lives - including how fast-food restaurants are now using it too.
Ran is back to update you on the world of cryptocurrency. December was a month of much volatility, with overnight investors running for the hills as coin corrections occurred after record gains. What is the future though, and is it a viable investment option going forward? Ran answers all of this and more for you.
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