Rational Radio: The full hour's show - 24 July 2019
BizNews — In this episode of Alec Hogg's weekly Rational Radio show: Former SARS spokesman and co-author of the "Rogue: The inside story of SARS's elite crime busting unit." He talks about what happened at SARS, the rolling back of State Capture - and the shadowy antibodies fighting it. Whistleblower Juan Lerena who was sued by former employer Sime Darby after he reported the company and Unilever to the Competition authorities for collusion. He has paid a hefty price for his action. Fasie Malherbe, co-founder of Lobster Ink, which was recently sold to multinational Ecolab for well north of R1bn. He shares his entrepreneurial journey and offers some advice for fellow SA business builders. Whistleblower Cynthia Stimpel, former treasurer at SAA, who was dismissed for standing in the way of a corrupt deal that would have cost the airline R250m. She shares what happened and her journey since July 2016. SA's favourite market commentator David Shapiro takes a closer look at the impact of the electric car revolution and lets us in on what he is thinking about investable opportunities right now. Advocate and legal activist Paul Hoffman of Accountability Now who is petitioning the Legal Practice Council to have Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane de-frocked over this week's scathing ConCourt judgement.