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WATCH: ​Does e-commerce bode well for the industrial property sector?

By | 2020-08-13T13:38:16+02:00 August 13th, 2020|Markets and Research, Watch This|

Coronavirus related lockdowns have encouraged consumers to turn to e-commerce and this is changing the property landscape as retail property falls out of favour and industrial property benefits from the shift. Business Day TV caught up with Nedbank CIB's Ridwaan Loonat for a closer look. Watch now for more expertise and insights, and let us [...]

WATCH: How telecom firms have weathered the Covid-19 storm

By | 2020-08-07T07:39:45+02:00 August 7th, 2020|Markets and Research, Watch This|

Telecommunication firms have benefitted from Covid-19 lockdowns as more people made us of digital channels to stay connected. Business Day TV caught up with Nedbank CIB's Preshendran Odayar for more insight. Watch now for more expertise and insights, and let us know what you think in the comments below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_twIy31UgU If you are [...]

WATCH: Will the restaurant industry survive post-Covid-19?

By | 2020-08-03T12:06:38+02:00 July 30th, 2020|Watch This|

The restaurant industry continues to fight for survival under level 3 lockdown restrictions with players in the sector taking to the streets to protest the alcohol ban and curfew. Business Day TV discussed some of the challenges with Nedbank CIB's Munira Kharva. Watch now for more expertise and insights, and let us know what you [...]

WATCH: Retail sales plunge during lockdown

By | 2020-08-03T12:08:46+02:00 July 23rd, 2020|Watch This|

Retail sales nosedived in April, falling over 50% year on year. The decline however eased in May as government relaxed some lockdown rules allowing more sectors of the economy to reopen. Business Day TV unpacked the print in detail with Sa'ad Chotia from Nedbank CIB. Watch now for more expertise and insights, and let us [...]

WATCH: Will the SARB cut interest rates?

By | 2020-08-03T12:09:22+02:00 July 16th, 2020|Watch This|

Inflation has eased to a near 16-year low, coming in at 2.1% year-on-year in May. This is far below the South African Reserve Bank's target band of 3% to 6%. But is the slowdown enough to prompt the bank to cut interest rates again? Business Day TV caught up with Walter de Wet from Nedbank [...]