Business 7 - 19 August 2020
Scrutiny of development budgets shows the government seems to have abandoned plans to build 16 schools countrywide. We talk to Romé Mostert of Cirrus Capital about why the government constantly cuts capital project budgets to pay for expenses like civil servants' salaries. Laurika George of Liberty Life Namibia is in the studio, talking about the importance of the digital world in the new normal. #Business7
Business 7 - 05 August 2020
In tonight’s show: The national coordinator of the Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia (SDFN), Edith Mbanga, is in the studio talking about the plight of an estimated million residents in informal settlements in the country. We speak to Chantell Husselmann, the new country senior partner of PwC Namibia, about her career and plans for the future. #Business7
BIZ 7 Breakfast Siegfried Lange.
Welcome to the Business 7 Food for Thought Medical Focus LIVE discussion with our guest speaker Siegfried Lange. Have you ever considered why some can take their teams and organisations through turmoil and come out on the other side with a thriving team, while others manage to destroy the core of the team when times get tough? Join the conversation to win a leadership course. To take part, answer the following question and comment in the section below: Q: Mention a practical example, that was not used in the talk, on how one of the laws of our nature can grow your team. #NMH #B7 #Medical #foodforthough
Business 7 - 8 July 2020
Tune in for a bumper programme: How on earth is government going to finance its record budget deficit? Allan Gray Namibia MD James Mnyupe discusses the issue with Nicholas Mukasa of the Bank of Namibia (BoN). They call it the downsizing survivor syndrome: Lisa Matomola from PwC Namibia talks about the effects of retrenchments on employees who survive the cut. Data miners Romé Mostert of Cirrus Capital and Dani Booysen of Republikein look at 114 days of Covid-19 stats. We visit entrepreneurs at the Craft Centre in Windhoek to find out how they survive the tourist drought. #Business7