Kaya Bizz

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±11 min episodes every 2 days  | 
At the helm of Gauteng’s biggest business radio show, Kaya Bizz, is Gugulethu who will be leading the conversation on what is next for the Afropolitan business landscape. The show presents local and international business news, entrepreneurship, corporate and investment banking. Since its inception in May 2006 Kaya Bizz has grown from a half-an-hour daily finance update to an hour show bringing compelling business news and market reviews to listeners.

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A Pursuit of Happiness movie marathon saw Masango abandoning her dreams of becoming a brain surgeon, despite qualifying, and going down the path of investment. Starting her business with no capital taught her the value of networking and money management.
In 2017 she was awarded the Frost & Sullivan African Growth Innovation & Leadership Award alongside founder and CEO of Discovery, Adrian Gore. She represented South Africa at the 2017 World Forum for Responsible Economy in Lille France, discussing how entrepreneurship and financial literacy are required to build and sustain an effective global economy. Masango has expanded her business interests by launching recruitment agency Gentle Hands Agency and ‘FeFine’ (Females with Finances).


Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) reported on April 17th that consumer price inflation increased from 4.1% year-on-year (y-o-y) in February to 4.5% y-o-y in March. The increase in headline y-o-y inflation during March was associated mainly with increases in inflation of transport and education. However, the MPC said at a press conference on March 28th that it decided to keep interest rates on hold, based on the view that the overall risks to the inflation outlook are more or less evenly balanced.


- Index points out that only 23 of the top 100 municipalities in SA reported operating profits last year. The remaining 77 made combined operating losses of R13.3 billion and recorded a combined working capital shortfall of R23 billion. This means they have run out of cash and have stopped or delayed paying creditors. What model is used to score municipalities based on?
- Overall, the picture for municipalities is bleak and getting worse. The national average slipped below 40 to 38 for the first time since the index was calculated in 2012. Of the top 100 municipalities, 56 scored less than 35. What is causing this? What’s going wrong with the municipalities?

Bheki Ngcobo, Director: Employer Services

- What is the Compensation Fund and its mandate?
- Who must register with the Compensation Fund?
- What is Return of Earnings?
- Who must submit the Return of earnings?
- What is the deadline for ROE submission and what will happen to employers who did not submit their 2018 Return of Earnings?


Barloworld, a leading distributor of global brands providing rental, logistics and fleet management solutions, has announced a public offer to establish a black-owned and managed property company with assets of R2.9 billion.
Some if Barloworld’s well-known brands include Caterpillar, Avis, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Toyota and Ford. Barloworld was established 117 years ago in Durban by Major Billy Barlow and now has operations in 16 countries, 17 400 employees and a JSE market capitalisation of R29 billion.

Wonga Mesatywa, Executive Director: Corporate Affairs Nissan South Africa

Nissan has announced a R3-billion investment in its facility in Rosslyn, Pretoria to prepare the plant for production of the next generation Nissan Navara pickup. The move expands the role of the plant as a Light Commercial Vehicle manufacturing hub for Nissan. The Navara will join the popular NP200 and NP300 models, which are already built at Rosslyn and sold in the domestic market, as well as up to 45 pan-African countries. Production is expected to start in 2020 and will create around 1,200 new jobs directly at the facility as well as across the local supply chain. Depending on market conditions, it is anticipated Navara’s arrival will add 30,000 units to Rosslyn’s current annual production volume of 35,000, creating the need for a new, second shift at the plant.

How traditional branding and marketing has undergone considerable changes

Audrey Mamoshoeshoe Mothupi, BA (Hons) serves as the Chief Executive Officer of SystemicLogic Group. Ms. Mothupi served as the Chief Executive Officer of Group Strategic Services at Liberty Holdings Limited and Liberty Group Limited. She served as Group Executive of Human Resources and Corporate Affairs of Liberty Group Limited and Liberty Holdings Limited.
SystemicLogic is a global consulting and technology firm with a leading edge in innovation and emergent business strategy.

Is bitcoin making a comeback?

The bitcoin market has been on a downward trend until today when it climbed suddenly on to the highest level since November, leading a surge in virtual currencies and ending three months of calm in the $160 billion market.

Traders struggled to pinpoint a reason for the rally, which briefly lifted Bitcoin above $5,000 and increased the value of digital assets tracked by CoinMarketCap.com by about $17 billion in less than an hour.

Shireen Ramjoo, CEO of Liquid Crypto-money

The Trialogue Business in Society Conference

Development stakeholders working in the non-profit, government, responsible business and sustainability sectors are invited to attend The Trialogue Business in Society Conference, which takes place at The Wanderers Club in Illovo, Johannesburg, on 16 and 17 April 2019.
The event is a dynamic space for the exchange of knowledge and innovation that aims to enhance the lasting impact of development programming in South Africa.

Zyaan Davids, content manager tells us more about this event

Standard Bank over-states its financial statements? Emerald van Zyl, the usury expert explains

Emerald van Zyl, the usury expert who is bringing a case of discrimination against FNB in the Cape Equality Court, has now trained his sights on Standard Bank.He claims Standard has over-stated its financial statements by as much as R2 billion since 2009 through a R50 a month admin charge that was declared illegal by the Supreme Court in 2013.The amount of money is small you could easily miss it when checking your monthly statement. Who would quibble over a R50 admin charge? Van Zyl says it actually started out as a R5 a month admin charge which was introduced in 1990 under the Usury Act as a compromise to stop banks discriminating against the low-cost, predominantly black housing customers. Rather than charge low-cost (black) customers higher interest rates, banks were allowed to levy this R5 a month charge to compensate them for any financial harm they might suffer by treating customers equitably.

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