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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AUG

MAMELLO MATIKINCA-NGWENYA, FNB CHIEF ECONOMIST

Annual headline consumer price inflation decreased to 4% for July, down from 4,5% in June, according to Stats SA.This is slightly lower than the projections of analysts, and within the target range of between 3% and 6% set by the SA Reserve Bank. StatsSA said today that the main contributors to the July's annual inflation rate were food and non-alcoholic beverages, and housing and utilities
19
AUG

JM BUSHA FROM JM VBUSHA INVESTMENT

INF Botswanan budget retailer Choppies Enterprises says it plans to sell its stores in SA as growth stutters and unemployment soars in Africa’s most advanced economy.

The company, whose stock is currently suspended from trading on its primary bourse in Botswana, as well as on the Johannesburg stock exchange, operates 88 stores in SA.
19
AUG

SIFISO SKENJANA, FOUNDER AND FINANCIAL ECONOMIST AT AFRA CONSULTANTS

The ANC is looking at the possibility of using private and public pension funds to rescue the country’s struggling state-owned enterprises.
In an interview with the Sunday Times Enoch Godongwana, head of the party’s economic transformation subcommittee, said that the asset management industry currently has R6 trillion under management which should be borrowed by government.
Godongwana said using this approach to gather funds is better than going the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout.“Why would you go to the IMF and the World Bank and go and raise money when we have sufficient savings in the economy which you can borrow, probably far cheaper, and probably with little exchange rate risk?”
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AUG

QUINTON ZUNGA, FOUNDER AND CEO OF RH BOPHELO

Quinton Zunga is the founder and current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of RH Bophelo (which is celebrating its 2 year anniversary this year) after listing on the JSE in 2017. RH Bophelo is the first 100% black owned company to be listed on the JSE to dilute the richness of the market dominated by the big three private healthcare providers. Quinton has sixteen years of high-level business experience, which includes twelve years of professional experience at senior levels in investment banking and four years private equity experience.
RH Bophelo is currently running an empowerment platform where we assist SME’s with mentorship and access to funding. The whole idea is about sharing what we know about the healthcare sector, such as, how to run a business in this sector, managing of finances and other skills such as project managing, Human Resources, Procurement and etc. This is one way of ensuring that as RH Bophelo we give something back to our communities. Many SME’s do not have access to information let alone know who to talk to, we felt that we have been in their shoes and as a result it will be of value to embark on this project to empower others so that they know.
15
AUG

SIMONE BENJAMIN, CORPORATE AFFAIRS SPECIALIST AT DISTELL

Distell, a global business with roots in South Africa which produces and markets a diverse portfolio of award-winning alcoholic brands have partnered with the National Arts Festival, calling on new playwrights to step forward with exciting ideas for plays that will inspire and challenge audiences for the 2020 Distell National Playwright Competition.
The inaugural competition was launched in 2018 in honour of Adam and Rosalie Small, leading lights in South African education, social justice and literature.
The competition calls for submissions of scripts by writers who have not had a script or other written work professionally produced for the stage or television. The 2019 Distell National Playwright Award was won by Koleka Putuma who is given the opportunity to have her script No Easter Sunday for Queers produced. It will be presented at The Market Theatre from 20-25 August.
15
AUG

DR NADIA MANS-KEMP, WITH DEPT. OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AT STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY

Board gender diversity is gaining increasing attention globally and in South Africa. Although more women are serving on the boards of companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), they only represent approximately one-fifth of all directors. This situation mirrors international trends.
Today in light of women’s month we want to talk about prominent mechanisms to increase the appointment of female directors, namely mandatory board gender quotas, voluntary targets and shareholder activism.
14
AUG

Deborah Mutemwa-Tumbo AND Dr Tshepiso Scott

Tumbo Scott , a 100% black, female, youth owned law firm based in Sandton. Having serviced more than 85 clients both in and out of the country are a force to be reckoned. The chairwoman Deborah Mutemwa-Tumbo (28) and her co-founder and Managing Director Dr Tshepiso Scott (29) have trained more than 100 directors on issues of corporate governance. Recently they have seen large corporates and SOE’s being plagued by issues of corporate governance and as a solution to this TumboScott has partnered up with ULP House founded by Maurice Radebe to hold a workshop on corporate governance. These women are supported by corporate giants Vuyo Kahla, Sasol Executive, and Dr Reuel Khoza, Businessman.
14
AUG

TSHOKOLO ‘TP’ NCHOCHO’S, IDC CEO

National enterprise developer the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) yesterday joined the growing list of struggling state-owned entities that are nearly broke, flagging that its net income fell 78 percent to R720 million during the year to the end of March from R3.2 billion a year earlier. The IDC said while its profits increased from R2.2bn to R3.2bn during the period, it missed its own crucial targets that include job creation.

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