Kaya Bizz

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±10 min episodes every day  | 
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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16
JAN

Pivot Point: Billy Selekane

Gugu Mfuphi talks about Real Success Summit: This is not a normal multi-speaker event where everyone speaks on different topics with no relation to each other. This is a personal growth journey put on by a bunch of really good friends with a single objective of taking you and your life to a whole new level in 2020.

At the beginning of 2019 we hosted REAL Success 2019 and had 4000 people in the room and over 2000 online from 32 different countries. People said it was the greatest personal development event they had ever attended because the speakers and the whole team all worked in unison to massively impact, inspire and equip the participants to make a huge difference in their lives
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14
JAN

Allan Gray: How To Implement Your New Year’s Resolutions

Gugu Mfuphi Talks to Suzzanne Wild, Reginal Manager At Allan Gray,As we enter the new decade, most of us will set goals for what we hope to achieve over the coming year. You may want to learn a new language, shed a few kilos, get out of debt or improve your financial position. Setting New Year’s resolutions is something we do each year, but despite our best intentions, most of us fail to cross the finish line. Shifting from a ‘goal-orientated’ approach to a ‘systems-orientated’ approach can improve the likelihood of success. Allan Gray’s Suzanne Wiid tells
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14
JAN

Vodacom in talks to buy Cell C subscribers

Dobek Pater, Telecommunications Analyst With Africa Analysis Talks to Gugu Mfuphi about, Vodacom is in talks with Cell C about taking on the smaller rival’s contract-paying mobile-phone customers, a move that would strengthen its position as South Africa’s telecoms market leader, according to people familiar with the matter.
The unit of the UK’s Vodafone would gain just over 1 million high-paying subscribers from the deal, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the discussions are ongoing. The talks are at an early stage and could yet fall apart, they said.
Cell C and its biggest shareholder, Blue Label Telecoms Ltd., are looking at ways to cut costs and strengthen the balance sheet as they battle to service R9 billion ($637 million) of debt.

Transferring the customers to Vodacom would attract a fee and free Cell C from the cost of servicing clients, including handset subsidies and credit checks, said the people. The carrier could also cut jobs and close some stores after slimming down operations, they said.
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14
JAN

Old Mutual's won its appeal against reinstating its former CEO Peter Moyo

Tabby Tsengiwe, Old Mutual Chief Communications Officer, Old Mutual has won its appeal against an earlier order reinstating its former CEO Peter Moyo. The ruling was handed down by the Johannesburg High court on Tuesday morning.
Moyo was suspended by the financial serves giant in May and axed in June, with Old Mutual citing a breakdown in trust and a conflict of interest related to NMT Capital, a boutique investment firm he co-founded. Moyo then took Old Mutual to court, with Judge Brian Mashile ruling in July that he be reinstated. Mashile argued that Moyo was supposed to be afforded a hearing or arbitration since the insurer had publicly accused him of conflict of interest and gross misconduct.
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08
JAN

Financial Survival Guide For Parents Post-December

John Manyike, The Head Of Financial Education At Old Mutual, During the festive season people seem to forget that January is just around the corner and tend to overspend in December. We look at a few tips on how to prevent the empy-pocket syndrome during the longest month ever!
The idea of overcoming the December fever can be hard but, you need to have a festive season budget and stick to it. Always be mindful of Back- to- School expenses and debts that need to prioritise before overspending.
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07
JAN

6 New Laws To Be Introduced In South Africa In 2020

Nonhlanhla Mtshali, Attorney At Lanham Love Attornerys,Chief among these is the Constitutional amendment allowing for land expropriation without compensation, and the introduction of South Africa’s new demerit system for motorists. While some of these bills (such as the demerit system) have already been signed into law and are awaiting promulgation, other bills are likely to face steep opposition for civil society groups and opposition political parties.
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06
JAN

Getting Financially Fit for 2020

Sumitra Nydoo Stands In, In our Personal Finance Feature, we commence Part One of our two-part series on ‘Getting Financially Fit for 2020’ with Financial Advisor & Founder of YouTube channel MoneyTalks Nabeel Khan.
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