African governments are fighting currency weakness amid elevated levels of inflation. Business Day TV explored the relationship between Africa's forex market and the inflation trajectory in greater detail with Irmgard Erasmus, Senior Financial Economist at Oxford Economics Africa
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South Africa is expected to overtake the DRC as Africa's biggest copper producer over the next decade, as the Northern Cape sits on big deposits of the critical mineral. Business Day TV spoke to Jan Nelson, CEO of Copper360, who is convinced that South Africa will become Africa's copper king.
South Africa remains one of the most unequal societies in the world and according to Statistics South Africa, the labour market is responsible for exacerbating income inequalities. Business Day TV explored this in greater detail with Adam Bennot, Head of Responsible Investing at RisCura.
A criminal syndicate operating a sophisticated 'ghost train' scheme has been uncovered within Transnet rail system. Last year, two of four dispatched freight trains mysteriously vanished, diverting millions in illicit kickbacks amid a shortage of locomotives and soaring coal prices. Business Day TV spoke with Business Times Reporter, Dineo Faku,…
Cryptocurrencies have been trading sideways, influenced by various industry developments and macroeconomic factors. Business Day TV spoke to Christo de Wit, SA Country manager at Luno, for more detail.
The global population is expected to increase by nearly 2 billion within the next three decades. Business Day TV discussed the forecast and trends observed with Dawn Holland, Director for Economic Research at Moody's Analytics.