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Moneyweb to launch a new morning business podcast with Simon Brown.
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Moneyweb brings you the latest in business and financial news in our new morning podcast: MoneywebNOW with Simon Brown.

The show will offer the latest in business, trading and company news to best prepare listeners for the day ahead. It will be live-streamed via the Moneyweb website and mobile app between 06h30 and 06h50.

Don’t worry if you miss it: the podcast will be available immediately afterwards to listen to on your phone or computer, totally free.

Simon Brown is prominently known across various business platforms in his capacity as an investor, trader and founder of the financial educational platform Just One Lap.

Brown is passionate about helping people understand money in all its aspects, from saving to investing and trading.

“This is an exciting new offering and a first for South Africa. MoneywebNOW with Simon Brown will be the only comprehensive business radio show in the morning.

“We aim to have the podcast downloaded onto your phone before 07h00, to allow subscribers to listen to it on their way to work,” says Ryk van Niekerk, editor of Moneyweb.

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Cool.

Clever guy. Looking forward to it.

This is fantastic, how we going to access podcast in case we miss it.

Looking forward to this.

Good job. Going to be nice to listen to someone like Simon, who actually knows the markets.

Would even pay for this content, instead of Ann crotty on BD having an opinion behind a paywall. I mean, joke.

Oh you’ve paid/pay for that? How are the trade tools? I am paying for MoneyWeb but I want a better local tool to track the JSE. Still love MoneyWeb for articles though.

@HackSonX try profile-data.co.za.. they once made the JSE shares handbook, not sure if they still do but I still use their local data and it is solid.

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