Tonight, on the show we have the Talk 5 news bulletin. The Big Business Interview we speak to Mamokgethi Molopyane, a mining and labour analyst. founder of Creative Voodoo Consulting about the New Mining Charter to increase black participation in sector. That will be followed by Rams and Cents with the CEO of Social Housing Regulatory Authority( Shra) Mr Rory Gallocher, the topic is Social Housing and Affordable Rental Housing On the Consumer Feature, we speak to King Sibiya, heads up the Lungelo Lethu Human Rights Foundation to discuss evictions and auctions. And we wrap up the show with Mbali Nkosi on Fame and Fortune
CEO of Arenkwe Governance Services-Governance, Compliance, Regulatory Specialist and CoSec providing services globally. Natasha Camhee is the CEO of Arenkwe Governance Services and has over 12 years Corporate Governance and Corporate Secretariat experience within Public, Private, Public Benefit Organisations and Non-Profit entities. Ms Camhee holds a Fellowship membership with the Chartered Institute of Secretaries, and has been placed on the Register of Members in Professional Practice: PPG01170, a Certified Ethics Officer with the Ethics Institute of South Africa, Associate Membership of the Chartered Institute of Business Management, Higher Diploma in Corporate Law through the University of Johannesburg, Completed a Strategic Leadership Programme through the Gordon Institute of Business Science and is a Member of the Company Secretaries Interest Group and the Institute of Directors. Ms Camhee has worked for companies such as the Industrial Development Corporation, National Health Laboratory Services, Airports Company South Africa, Reunert Limited and Sishen Iron Ore Company Community Development Trust. Arenkwe Governance Services (“AGS”) is an established and reputable organisation which was established during 2010. The organisation specialises in a variety of corporate governance services, risk and compliance business solutions. The client base comprises of private and public companies, municipalities, provincial departments and non-profit organisations.
Tonight, on the show we have the Talk 5 news bulletin. The Big Business Interview we speak to Treasury (TBC) about the S&P credit rating That will be followed by Rams and Cents with Mr Samson Moraba, CEO of the Human Settlements Development Bank On the Consumer Feature, we speak to Lucious Bodibe, Head of Public Affairs of the Motor Industry Ombudsman of SA about some of the listener cases he has handled for us. We will also talk to Johan Rousseau, FIRA Chairman about Funeral policy payments. How realistic are they? And we wrap up the show with Nyan'Nyan host Luyanda Potwana on Fame and Fortune
Tonight, on the show we have the Talk 5 news bulletin. The Big Business Interview we speak to Kuben Naidoo, Deputy Governor and the Registrar of Banks to discuss a creation of a black-owned and, or, a state-owned bank. That will be followed by Rams and Cents with The Minister of Human Settlements Lindiwe Sisulu about the Human Settlements Budget Vote 2017 On the Consumer Feature, we speak to Sipho Ngwema, Head of Communications at The Competition Commission of South Africa to unpack DSTV media sales admiting to price fixing and agreeing to an accumulative remedy of R180m. We will also speak to Lucious Bodibe, Head of Public Affairs of the Motor Industry Ombudsman of SA to discuss General Motors leaving South Africa. And we wrap up the show with David Kau on Fame and Fortune
Tirhani has had an illustrative career as an administrator, educator and entrepreneur. Tirhani started his career as a clerk in the civil service in 1981, branched into teaching in 1988 and became Registrar of the Giyani College of Education between July 1990 and December 1993. Tirhani started his business career on a part-time basis when he ventured into the taxi business in 1988. Tirhani launched his formal business career within the retail sector in 1993, after selling his fleet of three (3) minibus taxis and buying a Nando’s franchise. He ended up owning two Nandos shops. During 1996 and the early part of 1997, Tirhani did part-time consulting for Statomet; a research division of the University of Pretoria. This development launched Tirhani’s consulting career. He moved to Johannesburg and joined Africa Now Consulting as Managing Director in 1997. Shortly thereafter, Tirhani co-founder Plus 94 Research in 1998 and served as Executive Director until 2000. Tirhani founded Tirhani Group Holdings in 2000, a holdings and investment company with interests in diverse industries; including construction, disposal services, funeral insurance & services, investments, logistics, resources, training/skills development and recycling/waste solutions where he’s currently serving as the Executive Chairman since 2000. Tirhani holds a Diploma in Public Admin from the University of the North (1984), BA from the University of the North (1987), Higher Education Diploma from Unisa (1989), Honours in Business Administration from the University of Stellenbosch (1993), Certificate in auctioneering from South African Auctioneering College (2003), Accredited Auctioneer Real Estate from the National Auctioneers Association, US (2008), Benefit Auction Specialist from the National Auctioneers Association, US (2008), Certificate in auctioneering from Reppert School of Auctioneering, US (2009), Chartered Institute Auctioneer (CAI) from the University of Indiana, US (2010) and holds a Chartered Practitioner Real Estate (CPRE) designation. Tirhani is currently enrolled for a PhD (MOTI): Management of Technology and Innovation with Da Vinci Institute Business School of Leadership. Tirhani is a business leader who holds numerous past and present positions including Chairperson of the Giyani Town Taxi Operators (1989 – 1993), Chairperson of the Giyani Business Forum (1994 – 1996), and Director of the Limpopo Development Corporation (1995 – 1999), Chairperson of RealNet Holdings (2009 - 2010). He also served as a Chairperson of the South African Institute of Auctioneers from 2009 – 2014 and he currently serves as the Chairperson of South African Professional Auctioneers Association.
Tonight, on the show we have the Talk 5 news bulletin. The Big Business Interview we speak to Lucious Bodibe, Head of Public Affairs of the Motor Industry Ombudsman of SA to discuss General Motors leaving South Africa. That will be followed by Rams and Cents with Jonathan Kohler, CEO of Landsdowne Investment Properties to discuss the deteriorating rental payments impacting landlords. On the Consumer Feature, we speak to Johan Rousseau, FIRA (Funeral Industry Regulatory Authority) Chairman to discuss issues within the Funeral industry and take consumer related questions about the funeral industry. And we wrap up the show with Chris Jaftha on Fame and Fortune
A self-taught entrepreneur, who has never been afraid to take a risk. Mr Biyela is a serial entrepreneur who has interest in property development, business consulting and recently life & business coaching. He has participated in the following TV shows, Fix my biz on eTV, The Big Break Legacy Season 2 on SABC 2, My business rules on CNBC Africa, Dragon’s Den SA on Mzansi Magic. A closet writer and social commentator, who has written a few contributing articles to Sunday, Daily newspapers and magazines, including Sunday World and Destiny Magazine