Bruce is a multi-platform award-winning financial journalist whose interesting and engaging presentation makes money matters accessible to a broad audience.
Bruce graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Rhodes University and has been practicing as a journalist for over two decades.
He has been named Sanlam Financial journalist of the Year an impressive three times and has won numerous category awards during his career recognizing the strong contribution he makes to a better public understanding of the role of business and the economy in shaping our lives. He has also been an overall winner of the Citadel Words on Money Awards and was recognized as country winner in the global Citi Financial Journalist of the Year Award in 2009 which saw him extend his education at the famed Columbia Journalism School in New York.
In addition to his demanding public speaking and facilitation roles, Bruce presents the daily Money Show on 702 and Cape Talk, a weekly high-level television show on eNCA and writes regularly for Business Insider.co.za.
Bruce Whitfield is best-known as the presenter of the multi award-winning Money Show on 702 and Cape Talk.
He is a keen observer of the political economy and uses his more than two decades of experience in financial journalism to distil complex issues and to help audiences better understand the world in which they live.
Bruce is an inventive and engaging presenter who thrives on audience interaction.
In addition to his sought-after keynotes on the economy and business, Bruce is a master-facilitator and MC and will comfortably chair complex public debates to ensure that audiences are able to extract real value from the discussions.
Bruce thinks on his feet, uses humour and a deep knowledge of history and current affairs to ensure all discussions are on point, informative and leave his audience better informed and empowered to make better decisions.
In addition to his daily radio duties, Bruce has presented a range of high-level business TV programs over the past two decades and writes regularly for the globally renowned Business Insider franchise. He has been published in the Financial Times, Business Times and numerous other financial publications.