🔒 Alec Hogg: My half hour with Clem Sunter, the ultimate fox

 

So as the nation heard last night, for all practical purposes the Covid-19 lockdown is over with SA’s borders re-opening at the end of the month and companies able to urge employees to get back to work.
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In BizNews we’ve carried a lot of commentary lately about how damaging the lockdown has been for the economy. And with mortalities at a fraction of what was originally projected, those who always opposed the decision to put SA behind closed doors are justifiably pointing to the heavy financial cost.

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South Africa’s famous futurist Clem Sunter isn’t among them. He explains why, in episode four of my new Alec Hogg Show, a long form (30 minute) biographical podcast. It’s a riveting discourse with the ultimate fox. Something you won’t hear in it, though, is how Clem might have become famous for very different reasons.

Have a careful look at the programme below and had you been at the 1964 Magdalene College Memorial Ball, you could have caught an act called Clem and John in the Cloisters Night Club just ahead of Mick Jagger’s Rolling Stones in the Cabaret Marquee. Clem says the duo were the “Simon and Garfunkel” of Oxford University. But the young lady sitting on a wall outside a Cornish pub took him on a different path. That’s a story you will hear in the podcast, which is here: https://iono.fm/e/925729

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For your attention today…

Webinar alert…

* In our Noontime Thursday webinar today Tim Modise is joined by artists Jack Devnarain and Nompumelelo Mpumlwana who oppose the laws and policies that govern the creative industry in SA – while Motlatji Mjamba argues for the other side. Here’s the link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1324111475714234383

* And make a note of the two members-only webinars early next week:

– On Monday at noon the in-focus CEO on the Rational Radio webinar is Alan Pullinger of FirstRand. SA’s top financial sector analyst Kokkie Kooyman joins David Shapiro and I in posing the tough questions. Here’s the registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6730147365502274830

– Tuesday at noon is my monthly report back on the BizNews share portfolio, again only for Premium subscribers. Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/707564726897634829

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