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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 06:30 and 06:50.

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3 August - MTN vs Vodacom

RandSwiss's Gary Booysen talks the MTN update. Steven Brown, Fortress CEO, on property investing in Central and Eastern Europe. Maurice Madiba of Cloud Atlas chat their new African Government Bond ETF.

30 July - Naspers/Prosus pose definite opportunity

FNB's Chantal Marx talks the latest market movements. Kobus Verster, CEO of ArcelorMittal South Africa, unpacks its strongest half-year results in a decade. Bruce Williamson, CIO of Integral Asset Management, on PGM opportunities after the run-up.

29 July - Value to be found all over the JSE

Martin Smith of Anchor on dividends and share buy-backs and whether the Naspers/Prosus selling is over. AECI CEO Mark Dytor unpacks results. Carmen Nel of Matrix Fund Managers on the real impact of looting on SA's economy.

28 July - WFH needs a Goldilocks model benefiting all

Deryck Janse van Rensburg of Anchor Capital on Naspers/Prosus taking another beating. Emda Fourie of Momentum Corporate on the disconnect between employees and employers on future work models. Yolande Tabo of Convergence Partners on digital access for the African continent.

27 July - Why Tesla is no longer a startup

Sasfin's Nesan Nair talks Amplats's giant dividend and the Tiger Brands tinned food recall. Liberty Two Degrees's interims: strong in retail as office still struggles. Kea Nonyana of ThinkMarkets on Tesla results and this week's Federal Open Market Committee meeting

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