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Moneyweb@Midday is back, with veteran journalist Jeremy Maggs the new host of the podcast. Launching on 8 May 2023, Moneyweb brings you a fast-paced live daily news show, covering a wide range of topics, from business and economics to breaking news in politics, tech, sport and more. The show features exclusive interviews with captains of industry, CEOs, political leaders and prominent newsmakers, offering unique insights and in-depth analyses. Tune in on weekdays via the Moneyweb website and mobile app between 12h00 and 12h30.
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851 Episodes
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'SA is miles ahead in nuclear energy tech'

Here's a round-up of news, including new Transport Minister Barbara Creecy on the road ahead, US election campaigns and the impact of extreme weather on tourism.
16 Jul 6AM 32 min

[TOP STORY] Convicted VBS kingpin turns state witness

‘Getting the chairperson of the bank confessing and agreeing to assist further in prosecuting the others is a major coup for the NPA,’ says Khaya Koko, investigations editor at the Mail & Guardian.
11 Jul 9AM 6 min

[TOP STORY] Ransom kidnappings: The rise of a lucrative crime in SA

‘We are seeing criminals move away from the serious and more violent crimes, and they're seeing these kidnappings for ransom as a quick cash solution because they believe that it's an easier way of making money,’ says South African Police Service spokesperson, Brigadier Athlenda Mathe.
10 Jul 9AM 7 min

Cape floods: Weather expected to get worse

Here's a round-up of news updates, including the electricity minister on plans for a new nuclear power station, business confidence boosted by zero power cuts and thousands displaced by floods in the cape.
8 Jul 6AM 31 min

Borer beetle detected in Nelson Mandela Bay

Here is a round-up of news updates, including Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi on speeding ahead without the DA, an analysis of the Gauteng executive announcement, and a tree-destroying beetle detected in the EC.
4 Jul 7AM 32 min
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