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18
OCT
7am

Mining output contracts 9.1% y/y in August

The South African mining sector has taken another knock in August. Peter Major from Cadiz Corporate Solutions joined Business Day TV on the line with his perspective on what this set of data reflects of the mining sector.
18
OCT
7am

Telkom laments Vodacom & MTN's data dominance

Siyabonga Mahlangu, Group Executive of Regulatory Affairs at Telkom joined Business Day TV to discuss their suggestions on how the playing field could be levelled after the second day of the Competition Commission’s public hearings into data services market inquiry.
18
OCT
7am

Mining output continues downward slump in August

The new Mining Charter was gazetted last month and the jury is still out on its ability to lure investments to turn the sector around. Wikus Botha, African Mining & Metals leader at EY joined Business Day TV to discuss what the latest figures suggest for the industry going forward.
17
OCT
4am

SARS’ e-filing system nears collapse

This week, Intikhab Shaik, Group Executive of Business Solutions & Digital Technology at SARS appeared before the Nugent Commission of Inquiry into SARS to discuss technology challenges at the revenue service.
17
OCT
4am

CompCom data market inquiry kicks off

Competition Commission's Data Services Market inquiry kicked off on Wednesday, Panel member and Head of the Inquiry's Technical Team, Jason Aproskie joined Business Day TV with his take on what has been put on the table.
09
OCT
6am

Zeder delivers 158% jump in H1 recurring HEPS

Zeder investments released its interim results on Tuesday - posting a significant recovery in earnings. With recurring headline earnings per share up 158% to 9.8 cents. But its sum-of-the-parts decreased by 15% due to negative market sentiment and challenging trading conditions. CEO, Norman Celliers joined Business Day TV on the line with more detail on what this set of numbers suggests for the group going forward.
09
OCT
6am

IQBusiness launches Business Contribution Index

IQBusiness has launched a Business Contribution Index measuring the contribution of the private sector to the economy via various categories with the aim of establishing where and how the private sector has the greatest effect and how that can be enhanced to benefit the greater economy. Adam Craker, CEO of IQBusiness joined Business Day TV to discuss the bright spots the index has identified and how we can go about amplifying those effects.
09
OCT
6am

IMF cuts SA's 2018 and 2019 growth forecasts

The International Monetary Fund warns that the global economy is becoming somewhat stagnant forcing the organisation to cut its global growth forecast for the first time in over two years meanwhile the IMF has again revised downwards South Africa's growth forecast for this year and next year, to 0.8% and 1.4% respectively well below the region's average of 3.1% and 3.8% with the IMF stressing the need for reforms to improve policy certainty and SOE eficiency to turn the tide slightly, Montfort Mlachila, IMF Senior Resident Representative in SA joined Business Day TV on the line with more.
08
OCT
8am

Nene opts to step down as Finance Minister

In the run up to the 2019 national election, various allegations and suspicions of individuals who were involved in aiding and abetting State Capture within the ANC may come to light, the latest being Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene requesting to be step down after admitting to meeting with the controversial Gupta family after having denied this previously. What does this suggest about President Ramaphosa's cabinet, the finance portfolio and where does politics of this nature leave an economy that is struggling to stay afloat? Political Analyst, Ralph Mathekga joined Business Day TV on the line with his take.
05
OCT
7am

SA Q2 unemployment rate at 27.2%

The South African Institute of Race Relations has said that Ramaphosa's jobs summit should address the 'job-destroying' effects of the governments proposed expropriation policy. Business Day TV caught up with SAIRR's Terence Corrigen for more on his take on the summit as it draws to a close.
04
OCT
6am

Seriti Resources set to go public within 2-years

According to economist, Mike Schussler it seems safer for investors to leave their money in the bank, than to invest it in the South African Mining industry. That's as returns in the sector have proven to be too low. CEO of Seriti Resources - Mike Teke, joined Business Day TV for his perspective of the sector going forward.

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