This week we Question Africa with the award winning founder, Julia Bwoma to learn more about the richness of the continent and get some answers. In Business Insight, we are talking about redundancy, and taking a look at your statutory rights, particularly as some of the rules will change come 6th April 2016 with the start of the new tax year.
Rakeem and I have an interesting debate in Life & Style, as we question whether the Met Chief’s suggestions that banks should not refund online fraud victims is fair or not? In Money Matters we explore the philanthropy of the Buffett Family and their desire through the NoVo Foundation to invest $90 million in Young Women of Colour.
It’s Easter weekend and so I take a few moments to reflect on the relationship between the Law of Attraction & the Bible in Millionaire Mind-set. Plus as usual we review the week’s business news in What’s Hot & What’s Not; share the latest Networking Events and of course what’s happened on this day in Financial History.
What’s Hot & Not: 03min 19secs
Business Insight – Rules of Redundancy: 17min 07secs
Life & Style – Whose responsible for Online Fraud-Debate: 24min 38secs
Interview – Julia Bwoma – Question Africa Organisation: 35min 50secs (p1) & 48m 08secs (p2)
Money Matters – NoVo Foundation to Invest $90 Million: 54min 26secs
Millionaire Mind-set – The Law of Attraction in the Bible: 1h 01min 14secs
Events: 1h 06min 08secs
Financial History: 1h 09min 45secs