Rational Radio - the full show featuring O'Sullivan, Shapiro, Watson.
BizNews — Three forthright personalities feature in this episode of Rational Radio. In order of appearance: Paul O'Sullivan, founder of Forensics For Justice, reports back after a morning at the courts where he is defending himself in a harassment charge levelled by a businessman he accuses of paying R60m in bribes to land R4bn in contracts from Eskom. South Africa's favourite market commentator David Shapiro applies his mind to the prospect of SA's highly rated Capitec Bank eyeing its UK lookalike Metrobank, whose market value has plummeted 95% in just over a year to a very affordable £300m. Shapiro also looks at similarities in the fall from grace of the WeWork and Uber CEOs. Chartered accountant Jared Watson joins the dots in the Bosasa Files, explosive documentary evidence which his uncle Gavin was due to hand to the authorities in the week he died. Watson also shares his views on Zondo Commission "whistleblower" Angelo Agrizzi's cosy relationships with leading officials in the DA and News24 editor Adriaan Basson.