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04
AUG

Power to the private sector

President Ramaphosa’s decision to significantly raise the private power generation cap is set to be a “game changer” for the South African economy. Experts from Investec, Intellidex, Sibanye-Stillwater and Pele Green Energy unpack what this means for our economy, equality and decarbonising the grid.
Watch videos of the discussion here
04
AUG

NOW Ep6: Township economy, flywheel of inclusive economic growth

Episode 6: The so-called “township economy” is a lifeline for many, contributing an estimated 17% of SA’s total employment. In the 6th episode of No Ordinary Wednesday, we examine the damage caused by Covid-19 and the recent unrest to this vital sector. We hear from township entrepreneur Refiloe Rantekoa, whose bread making businesses continues to prove despite the challenges. We chat to Investec’s Setlogane Manchidi on how Investec is building active economic participants. And finally, we hear former YES CEO, Tashmia Ismail-Saville about the most urgent item needed to grow the entrepreneurship sector, in order to equal our developing nation peers.
No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs
21
JUL

NOW Ep5: The economic cost of SA unrest

Episode 5: Jeremy Maggs and guests count the costs of the looting: Investec chief economist Annabel Bishop on the impact on economic recovery | Investec structured property finance specialist Nosiphiwo Balfour zones in on the commercial property sector | Health Department’s deputy director-general Dr Nicholas Crisp about the far-reaching implications of the unrest on the vaccination roll-out.
No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs
07
JUL

NOW Ep4: How global supply chain disruptions are affecting business & individuals

In the fourth episode: Investec Chief Economist Annabel Bishop discusses the oft-unsung wingman of economic recovery & so-called expansionary monetary policy. | Logistics and Pricing Analyst at Investec for Business Denys Hobson unpacks problems plaguing global supply chains. | David Gracey, Head of Foreign Exchange and Fixed Income Trading at Investec Corporate and Institutional Banking answers this week’s burning question - Is South Africa turning a corner?
No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs
23
JUN

NOW Ep3: US mini “taper tantrum” | how the energy transition will drive commodities

In the third episode: Investec's Obakeng Pitse unpacks the latest US inflation numbers and the mini “taper tantrum” that followed | Campbell
Parry, an Investec global resources analyst discusses the long-term outlook of the commodity boom | Ziyaad Sarang, a consultant in Investec's Power & Infrastructure team, answers this week’s burning question - how soon is Ramaphosa's 100MW surprise likely to make a tangible difference to our vexing power shortages?
No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs
09
JUN

NOW Ep2: Public wage dispute – who will blink first?

In the second episode of No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs: Investec treasury economist Tertia Jacobs and labour law specialist Andrew Levy unpack the thorny issue of the public sector wage bill | Investec chief economist Annabel Bishop unpacks the latest GDP numbers | Head of sales for lending at Investec For Business, Itumeleng Merafe answers this week’s burning question – why should inflation matter to the equity markets? Submit your questions at investec.com/now
No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs
26
MAY

NOW Ep1: Rand rally, global inflation & Bitcoin rollercoaster

In the debut episode: Investec chief economist Annabel Bishop on what’s driving the rand rally | chief investment strategist at Investec Wealth & Investment Chris Holdsworth on why China could rain on SA’s commodity parade | head of Sales and structuring at Investec Corporate and Institutional Banking Dhiren Mansingh on global inflation concerns | Chris Becker on how a tweet wiped over $360 billion off the value of Bitcoin
No Ordinary Wednesday with Jeremy Maggs
13
MAY

Hydrogen – the fuel of South Africa’s green future

Chris Yelland from EE Business Intelligence summarises a webinar on the ‘Renewable hydrogen and green powerfuel opportunities for South Africa'. Listen to insights from the British High Commission, the SA Department of Trade, Industry and Competition, the World Bank, Sasol, Toyota South Africa and Linde.
26
MAR

Lockdown South Africa: one year on

To mark a year since South Africa went into lockdown, Professor Glenda Gray, a leader in the fight against Covid-19, reflects on wins, losses, lessons learnt and the vaccination challenge.

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