Rational Radio: WeWork's SA ambitions, JSE's Cannabis play; Buy on Coronavirus dip?; KFC's top gun; and more
BizNews — Some bonus interviews in this week's historic episode of Rational Radio, broadcast for the first time from Biznews's new studio at WeWork in Sandton. The lineup, in order of appearance: * David Woollam, accountant and shareholder activist gives perspective on Tongaat's R5.35bn sale of its Starch business - selling the crown jewels? * Former Google SA boss and successful tech entrepreneur Stafford Masie explains why he decided to leave the start-up world to run WeWork SA. * Kevin Shames of Bright Light Solar report back on the capital raise for this 12J company which closed last week - and what happens next. * Brian van Rooyen, former SARFU chief and founder of Labat Africa shares his two year plan that has created the JSE's first Cannabis company. * Wikus Marais, co-founder of Citadel and now director of Classic Personal Wealth, gives perspective on why Coronavirus has hit markets so hard. * David Shapiro, SA's favourite market commentator, explains why he sees such amazing value in some JSE listed stocks, and the ones he likes most. * KFC South Africa's best franchisee, 41-store owner Burt Gunning emerges from his self imposed low profile to share his story.