Fri, 6 December, 2019

CNBC Africa

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CNBC Africa is an African television network for Sub-Saharan Africa. It was launched by CNBC and Africa Business News LTD on June 1, 2007. CNBC Africa is headquartered in Sandton, Johannesburg.
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S&P Cuts SA’s Credit Outlook To Negative

S&P has downgraded South Africa’s sovereign credit outlook to negative from stable. The ratings agency cited weak economic growth, public debt and bailouts to Eskom as reasons for the downgrade. Joining CNBC...
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Analysis: How To Fix SA’s Ailing Economy

Both Moody's and S&P are negative about South Africa sovereign credit rating and some say that Cosatu say the Monetary Policy Committee missed to kick start the economy when it chose to...
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Africa Investment Forum: Unlocking Digital Investments

An economically, financially and technologically integrated Africa will be driven by the 4th Industrial Revolution. Big data, digitisation, algorithms, cloud computing, and artificial Intelligence, will create new markets, drive productivity and extend...
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Africa Investment Forum: Unveiling The Boardrooms

As the second edition of the Africa Investment Forum came to a close, this session unpacks the boardroom highlights, outcomes and the way forward.
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Africa Investment Forum: Day Two Highlights

The second edition of the Africa Investment Forum, underway in Sandton this week, is looking at bigger targets for the African Development Bank. Tune in for the day two highlights of the...
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Africa Investment Forum: Day One Highlights

The second edition of the Africa Investment Forum, underway in Sandton this week, is looking at bigger targets for the African Development Bank. Tune in for the day one highlights.
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Africa Investment Forum: Invest In Africa’s Space

The Africa Investment Forum hosted at the Sandton Convention Centre, opened with a conversation with the African heads of state. A conversation centred around Investing in Africa’s space.
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Exclusive: Why Coca-Cola Believes Africa Will Be It’s Growth Engine

In this CNBC Africa exclusive, Fifi Peters speaks to Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey about why he believes Africa will be its core growth engine in the future, why he met with Africa’s...
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Africa Investment Forum: $68 Billion In Investment This Time

CNBC Africa sits down with the President of the Africa Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina to discuss the 2nd outing of the African Investment Forum and the expected impact on the continent.
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How JSE’s New CEO Plans To Return Africa’s Largest Bourse To Glory

The JSE has faced some turbulent times, trading volumes are falling, quality listings are few and far between and a spare of business blunders has damned investor confidence in the exchange. But...
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Exclusive: In Conversation With SA’s President Cyril Ramaphosa

On the cusp of a huge investment conference in Johannesburg with millions of dollars for Africa on the line we look into the issues around it and delve into the economy that’s...
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Road To Africa Investment Forum: Consolidating The Africa Free Trade Area

Advancing projects to bankable stages, raising capital and connecting investors to unique opportunities is setting the tone for the Africa Investment Forum (AIF). Watch the South African panel discussion for the Road...
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Post #MTBPS2019 Analysis: Business Reacts To Finmin Mboweni’s #midtermbudget Speech

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni presented his Medium Term Budget Policy Statement, an important piece of South Africa's budgeting process. The speech highlighted that sate-owned companies, public entities and the private sector's board...
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Pravin Gordhan Unveils Eskom’s Turnaround Plan

Who will be Eskom's next CEO, what direction will Eskom follow? How will it drive the economic engine? Minister of Public Enterprises, Pravin Gordhan outlines plan to turn Eskom around.
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Bailouts For Eskom – Throwing Money Into A Bottomless Pit

Ongama Mtimka, Researcher & Lecturer at Nelson Mandela University joins CNBC Africa to discuss the politics of Eskom as the power utility threatens to torpedo president Ramaphosa’s investment drive.