Nesan Nair of Sasfin Securities discusses the impact of rising political issues on Naspers/Prosus; Kurt Moore chats managing demand as alcohol sales reopen and Spear Capital's Bryan Turner unpacks the company's R100m injection into online retailer RunwaySale.
Travis Robson of IG Markets on Famous Brands's decision to forego its dividend; Afrimat's Andries van Heerden on what goes into successful deal making and Nolan Wapenaar of Anchor Capital delves into the global issues impacting SA's currency.
Mia Kruger of Kruger International unpacks Tiger Brands's results; Netcare CEO Dr Richard Friedland delves into the readiness of SA's healthcare system for the Covid-19 onslaught and FITA chair Sinenhlanhla Mnguni discusses the tobacco ban and the fight to restart sales.
Matete Thulare of RMB discusses US/China tensions resurfacing; Santova CEO Glen Gerber delves into operating under Covid conditions and TBCSA CEO Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa unpacks new tourism regulations and whether the industry can survive post the pandemic.
Nesan Nair of Sasfin Securities looks at bank and property stocks bucking the trend; Spar CEO Graham O'Connor discusses possible food inflation and Investec's Andri Joubert unpacks a new structured product offering capital protection.
Alex Duys of Umthombo Wealth discusses Tiger Brands and Liberty 2 Degrees, sharing insight into retail trading activity; Indluplace CEO Carel de Wit talks the dynamics of residential property and agritech startup Aerobotics's Benji Meltzer explains how they're making things easier for farmers.
Rowan Williams of Nitrogen Fund Managers talks US markets, Astral Foods CEO Chris Schutte discusses food security during lockdown and Laurian Venter of OneDayOnly unpacks e-commerce behaviour during lockdown.
Anthea Gardner, CEO of Cartesian Capital discusses the disconnect between the stock market and the economy; JSE CEO Dr Leila Fourie talks on how the exchange is managing the crisis and Dr Eric Levenstein of Werksmans Attorneys delves into the business rescue process and whether companies can survive it.
Mia Kruger of Kruger International discusses US market sentiment; Cartrack CEO Zak Calisto unpacks the company's results and Transaction Capital CEO David Hurwitz looks at how the company will fare post the pandemic.