New Podcast: Fix SA with Jeremy Maggs

Premium South African financial news provider Moneyweb has teamed up with veteran journalist and broadcaster Jeremy Maggs to produce a new fortnightly podcast called Fix SA.

Moneyweb and Maggs will bring you dynamic conversations with South Africa’s most admired leaders and executives across various industries.

This engaging podcast will offer robust conversations around South Africa’s national problems, spanning service delivery, governance, social cohesion, the economy and more. But more than that, Fix SA will provide ideas and solutions on how South Africans can navigate or even solve these issues, drawing from the insights of South Africa’s top business leaders.

Listen to or download episodes every second Friday on, the Moneyweb App, Apple podcasts and Spotify.

Fix SA with Jeremy Maggs will launch on Friday, November 4.

About Jeremy Maggs

Jeremy Maggs

Jeremy Maggs is a media specialist with a career spanning forty years in television, radio, and print. He is also widely known for his role as presenter of the international hit show Who Wants to be Millionaire. Until recently, he hosted television news channel eNCA’s weekday lunchtime news programme before stepping down in early-2021 to co-found Bold – a strategy and reputation management enterprise which is part of the independent Brave Group.

Apart from his time in front of the camera, Maggs also has extensive media management experience. He acted as editor-in-chief of eNCA for 12 months in 2019. Prior to that, he was editor of Radio 702’s Eyewitness News for 8 years.

Maggs also knows his way around a radio studio having previously worked as a presenter for SAfm and Power 98.7. His programme The Power Update was awarded best current affairs programme at the 2017 Liberty Radio Awards. In the same year, he was also inducted into the SA Radio Hall of Fame. Maggs currently runs a successful media training and coaching business with numerous blue-chip listed companies as clients.

Fix SA podcast episodes will be available from November 4, here.

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