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Covid-19 Business Watch
Covid-19 Business Watch
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Covid-19 Business Watch on Business Day TV features a range of interviews with people, executives and officials engaged in initiatives and activities across industries and business sectors to deal with the impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the lockdown on South Africa’s economy, its companies and its people.

Latest episodes

WATCH: Vaccines, damned lies and statistics

Michael Avery talks to a panel about SA’s tax payers having to pay for overpriced vaccines

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WATCH: Reserve Bank rate decision preview

Michael Avery talks to a panel about the Reserve Bank’s first interest rate decision for 2021

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WATCH: Investors’ guide to the galaxy in 2021

Michael Avery talks to a panel about possible market investments for 2021

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WATCH: Covid-19 amplifies ESG role of non-executive directors

Michael Avery talks to a panel about day-to-day operational challenges and work-from-home stresses

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WATCH: Alcohol ban shows wrath of ruling party

Michael Avery talks to a panel about the ban on alcohol and possible alternative approaches to outright bans

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Vaccines, lies and damn statistics

“A departure from principle in one instance becomes a precedent for a second, that second for a third, and so on 'til the bulk of society is reduced to mere automatons of misery, to have no sensibilities left but for sinning and suffering...and the forehorse of this frightful team is public debt. Taxation follows that, and in its train wretchedness and oppression.” Worth recalling the words of one of the founding fathers of the US, Thomas Jefferson, in a week where we’ve had calls for increased taxes to fund the vaccine rollout, revelations that we’ll be paying over the top for the Serum Institute stock due to government lethargy, further evidence of the tyranny of incompetence taxpayers are saddled with, juxtaposed against the impressive inaugural address by US President Joe Biden and his team hitting the ground running. Michael Avery speaks to Warwick Lucas Chief Investment Officer at Galileo Asset Managers, & Raymond Parsons, professor in the School of Business and Governance at North West University

PODCAST: Economic news of the year: How business has adapted to Covid-19 and survived 2020

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