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The best disruptors are focused on customers, not products, they use technology rather than fear it, they create new opportunities often where regulations don't exist and they are backed by those with deep pockets and an appetite for risk. Colin Cullis presents stories of Business Unusual - those people and companies driving the next industrial revolution. The associated articles and videos are available here
 
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Sam Mkokeli, freelance journalist at the Financial Mail analyses president Cyril Ramaphosa’s response to the panel appointed by the Speaker of the National Assembly related to the Phala Phala saga, which seeks to find out if there is a case against him or not. In Business Unusual, Colin Cullis looked at how What3words has made it hard for people wh…
 
Nicky Weimar, chief economist at Nedbank explains whether there’s anything to celebrate in quarter three job numbers. Zeng Msimang, Harambee’s chief communications officer on what the government should do to improve youth employment in South Africa, which is dire, according to Stats SA’s latest dataset. Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, CEO at Tourism Busines…
 
Peter Armitage, CEO at Anchor Capital looks at how protests in China over the country’s increasing zero-Covid policy are affecting global markets. Wandile Sihlobo, senior fellow at the department of agricultural economics at Stellenbosch University analyses five myths about land reform in South Africa. Then on Other People’s Money, Mike Sharman, th…
 
Bruce is joined by the Solutions Oriented Energy Analyst at Virtual Energy and Power, Clyde Mallinson and The Editor at Former Editor Business Day, Peter Bruce to unpack 50 million litres of diesel for the national power utility Eskom from state-owned PetroSA. South African Reserve Bank Hikes Rate by 7% The Chief Economist at Alexander Forbes, Isaa…
 
Tsakani Maluleke, auditor-general of South Africa recounted governments finances — and called on the government to instil a culture of accountability in the public sector in order to improve service delivery to the citizenry. Serame Taukobong, group CEO at Telkom on their interim revenue taking a hit and profit decreasing by 52% as its fixed-line b…
 
South Africans can identify with Taylor Swift fans that hoped to snag a ticket to see her Era Tour. Swift is a very popular artist and so there was always going to be more demand than supply. Ticketmaster was the partner to handle the sale of tickets which resulted in much anger and calls for the company to be broken up to allow for more competitio…
 
Joe Spring, head of location & commerce at Lightstone on what the data says about how people are spending their leisure time as Covid-19 cases have eased. Seelan Gobalsamy, CEO at Omnia on how the company was able to record exceptional financial results in a challenging macroeconomic environment. In our Investment School, Simon Fillmore portfolio m…
 
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