The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield

Bruce Whitfield hosts The Money Show each weeknight on 702 and CapeTalk, offering a wrap-up of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related.

An award-winning financial broadcaster, writer, TV presenter and master-facilitator, Bruce is a witty, creative and engaging presenter who makes money matters understandable and accessible to listeners.

Some of his many accolades include being named Sanlam Financial Journalist of the Year twice, numerous MTN Radio Awards for Business show and Business presenter, and winning the Citi South Africa Financial Journalist of the Year in 2009. This allowed him the opportunity to complete a course at New York's famed Columbia Journalism School as part of that programme.

Follow Bruce on twitter @brucebusiness or email BruceW@702.co.za

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How to build an African art portfolio (that'll grow in value)

How to build an African art portfolio (that'll grow in value)

Walker Scott Art Advisory’s Dr Fred Scott gives advice on building a high growth African art portfolio.

Eskom seems against its own (wildly successful) green energy programme

Eskom seems against its own (wildly successful) green energy programme

Why is Eskom, seemingly, sabotaging the world’s fastest-growing green energy programme?

9 most dangerous words in the English language at this time of year

9 most dangerous words in the English language at this time of year

Many people are uttering these nine words around this time of year. Come January they’ll be sorry, but it’ll be too late.

John Berks ("the least amiable man on radio") hilariously opens up about money

John Berks ("the least amiable man on radio") hilariously opens up about money

What does 702’s former Breakfast Show host John Berks believe, hope for and fear about money? Does he have, and want, lots of it?

How to be a lion (a review of a book on daring to dream and living fearlessly)

How to be a lion (a review of a book on daring to dream and living fearlessly)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Rakesh Wahi (CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa) for his weekly business book review.

3 shares you’ll do well to buy before Christmas (by Nedbank Private Wealth)

3 shares you’ll do well to buy before Christmas (by Nedbank Private Wealth)

Make some money, buy these three stocks, says portfolio manager Dino Voulakis.

Johannesburg to get Africa’s first smartphone factory

Johannesburg to get Africa’s first smartphone factory

Onyx Connect says it will create 600 jobs and make a smartphone in Johannesburg for about R415.

How to raise funding (at each stage of your business’ growth)

How to raise funding (at each stage of your business’ growth)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Aurik Business Accelerator’s Pavlo Phitidis.

How to best invest a lump sum

How to best invest a lump sum

Got some money in the bank, earning peanuts in interest? Here’s how to make it work harder for you in the most tax efficient way…