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BUSINESS DAY TV: Balwin has pipeline of more than 1,600 homes

Stephen Brookes, CEO of Balwin Properties, discusses maiden results from the property developer, which show a 68% rise in headline earnings per share

BUSINESS DAY TV: Pioneer Foods has sufficient scope to enhance efficiencies

Phil Roux, CEO of Pioneer Foods, speaks about its half-year results, which show strong rise in profits despite tough trading environment

BUSINESS DAY TV: Private equity deals ‘hyper-competitive’

Andrew Tymms and Andrei Vorobyov from Bain Private Equity on why a strong strategy for fundraising will be more important than ever this year as priorities shift

BUSINESS DAY TV: Spar thriving in Ireland

Graham O’Connor, CEO of Spar, takes us through first-half results from the supermarket franchise and distributor

WATCH: Punching, pushing and shoving as chaos erupts in Parliament to remove EFF

Punches were thrown in Parliament on Tuesday as Parliament protection services were called on to escort Economic Freedom Fighters MPs out of the house

BUSINESS DAY TV: Court’s class-action ruling for miners ‘a stern reprimand’

Human rights lawyer Richard Spoor discusses silicosis sufferers’ success in securing a class-action suit against mining companies and road ahead to get compensation

BUSINESS DAY TV: Local production hampered by chicken imports

Astral CEO Chris Schutte discusses half-year numbers, which show a 22% fall in headline earnings

BUSINESS DAY TV: Job creation ‘is at the centre of everything Gauteng does’

Gauteng economic development MEC Lebogang Maile discusses an open day the province is hosting to address the concerns of all stakeholders in the province

BUSINESS DAY TV: Company data centres in SA will help upgrade skills: Cwele

Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services Siyabonga Cwele tells us why Rwanda leads the continent in ICT and the measures he wants to implement in SA

BUSINESS DAY TV: ‘Strong Africa better for SA than weak Africa’

Rob Davies, Minister of Trade and Industry, speaks to us at the World Economic Forum on Africa about efforts to re-industrialise South Africa and how it could alleviate rising unemployment

BUSINESS DAY TV: Africa’s challenge — embracing technology while creating jobs

Geoffrey Qhena, CEO of the Industrial Development Corporation, tells us why embracing technology – one of the main themes at this year’s WEF Africa meetings — should not come at the expense of jobs

BUSINESS DAY TV: Flexibility gives Calgro more options to pursue different avenues

Calgro M3 MD Wikus Lategan speaks about full-year results from the property developer

BUSINESS DAY TV: Cost of doing business in SA ‘has increased’

Bidvest CEO Brian Joffe speaks about the fund aimed at helping entrepreneurs who have not been able to gain the working capital necessary to grow their businesses

BUSINESS DAY TV: Ipap ‘builds on existing policies and action plans’

Garth Strachan, deputy director-general for industrial policy at the DTI, discusses the launch of the Eighth Industrial Policy Action Plan

BUSINESS DAY TV: Taxi fleet will never be brand new and fully financed

Transaction Capital CEO David Hurwitz discusses how the company’s defensive positioning helped it to a 20% rise in first-half headline earnings per share

BUSINESS DAY TV: Sappi has managed to ‘build momentum in the business’

Sappi CEO Steve Binnie discusses second-quarter results from the paper and pulp producer, which show a strong rise in profit and further whittling away of the debt

BUSINESS DAY TV: Sense that state recognises some problems firms experience

Moody’s senior vice-president Kristen Lindow speaks about the decision to keep its rating unchanged at two notches above subinvestment grade

BUSINESS DAY TV: Younger people ‘want fast instant transparent access’

IG Group’s head of investor relations, Kieran McKinney, discusses profitability and innovation among Fintech firms

BUSINESS DAY TV: Low likelihood of a substantial acquisition by Atlas Mara

Sanlam Private Wealth analyst Renier de Bruyn speaks about Barclays’ sale of a 12% stake in Barclays Africa and where this places would-be suitor Bob Diamond

BUSINESS DAY TV: Post Office must ‘grow or cut’

South African Post Office CEO Mark Barnes discusses the challenges he faces in refinancing and turning around the ailing company in the face of a proposed strike

WATCH: Zuma tells Mbete to get ‘your house in order’

President Jacob Zuma has called the behaviour of MPs in Parliament an embarrassment and called on Speaker Baleka Mbete to "get your house in order".

BUSINESS DAY TV: Helium deal ‘significant’ for SA supply

Afrox CEO Schalk Venter and Renergen CEO Stefano Marani discuss an agreement to commercialise SA’s first onshore natural gas and helium field in the Free State

BUSINESS DAY TV: Vehicle finance demand still strong, but for used and not new vehicles

Simphiwe Nghona, CEO of WesBank’s motor division, discusses vehicle sales for April and whether the recent strengthening of the rand will help slow car-price inflation

WATCH: Fists fly as EFF members are violently removed from Parliament

Economic Freedom Fighters MPs are forcibly removed from the National Assembly by Parliament protection services during the president's budget vote

BUSINESS DAY TV: Atterbury purchase about ‘net asset value rather than simple income flow’

RMB Holdings’ Voyt Krzychylkiewicz speaks about its 25% investment in property fund Atterbury as the investment holding company broadens its investment universe, with Ian Cruickshanks

WATCH: EFF forcibly removed by Parliament protection services

EFF members forcibly removed from the National Assembly by Parliament protection services during the President's budget vote

BUSINESS DAY TV: A more cautious risk appetite into Africa is warranted

Matthew Pirnie, credit analyst at S&P, speaks about the pressures South African banks face amid a weakening economy and rising credit risk

BUSINESS DAY TV: Makate confident negotiations with Vodacom will be in ‘good faith’

Nkosana Makate, inventor of the Please Call Me SMS, discusses his Constitutional Court victory over Vodacom and how he plans to enter negotiations with the cell phone giant

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