Classic Business on Classic 1027

CLASSIC 1027  |  Podcast , ±12 min episodes every 6 hours  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Classic Business with Presenter Michael Avery is broadcast every Monday to Thursday between 17h30 and 19h00; and Fridays between 17h30 and 18h00.The content in Classic Business appeals to Classic FM’s high-end demographic. This provides a powerful platform for sponsors wishing to attract high-end audiences including decision makers in the public and private sectors, analysts, commentators and media that interact daily with Classic FM.

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Classic Business Panel

Michael Avery chats to Kecia Rust, (Founder/Executive Director, Centre for Affordable Housing Finance in Africa) (CAHF) Vijay Patel, (CEO, KAYDEE Group, Kenya) Dr Chii Akporji, (Executive Director: Corporate Strategy and Planning, Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company) (NMRC) Eckardt Dauck, (Chairman Zero Carbon Designs UK & Kenya) about the affordable housing in Africa.

Classic Business Panel

Michael Avery is joined in studio by Prof Raphael de Kadt, (HOD of Undergraduate Studies and Professor of Political Science at St Augustine and Research Fellow at Helen Suzman Foundation and Research Associate in the Department of Political Studies at WITS Professor) & Alex van den Heever (Chair Social Security Systems Administration and Management studies Wits School of Governance) to discuss The rise of nativist identity politics and what this Signals for the global economic order.

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