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Ep27: Solving SA’s tech talent crisis

With only 121,000 software developers in South Africa and almost 40% of them working for international companies, there's a critical shortage of tech talent in the country. How did we get here? And what are we doing to address the crisis?

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No Ordinary Wednesday is an in-depth look at what's moving markets, shaping the economy, and changing the game. Hosted by seasoned broadcaster, Jeremy Maggs and airing every second Wednesday on Investec Focus Radio. 
 
 
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NOW ep26: Fuel price: how high can it go?

In this episode, host Jeremy Maggs and guests, Investec Equity Analyst Herbert Kharivhe and Wandile Sihlobo, Chief Economist of the Agricultural Business Chamber of South Africa, discuss the impact of the oil price on fuel, electricity and food.

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