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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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Advocate Sam Muofhe On The Impact Of The Zondo Commission On SA

South Africa has been gripped by the events that have been unfolding in the past few months coming out of the State of Capture Inquiry. Some ministers have revealed some shocking occurrences and deciding...
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EEA’s Koen Vervaeke Speaks On Strengthening Africa-Europe Ties

In September this year, African Union and the European Union initiated the Africa-Europe Alliance for sustainable investment and jobs with the aim to boost investment in Africa, strengthen trade, create jobs and invest in...
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The Impact Of SA’s Minimum Wage Bill On Business, Unions

Last week President Ramaphosa signed into law the contentious national Minimum Wage Bill and the basic conditions of employment amendment bill among others. Since then there has been varying views about how this is...
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Smart Tips To Maximize Your Savings This Festive Season

Gerarld Mwandiambira, Acting CEO for the Institute at the SA Savings Institute joins CNBC Africa to share some valuable savings tips that South African consumers can carry through to 2019.
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Johannesburg Launches Affordable Housing

Johannesburg City identified 84 properties in the Inner City for investment and development opportunities. These opportunities were introduced to property developers at an event in Sandton. The aim is to encourage developers to participate...
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Impact of China’s Continuous Lending On SSA Economies

According to ratings agency Moody’s, lending to Sub-Saharan economies by Chinese entities increased to over 10 billion dollars annually between 2012 and 2017 from less than a billion dollars in 2001. Chamberlain Peterside, Managing...
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Insurance Companies May Not Pay Out If Motorists Are Under Dagga Influence

Naked Insurance has come out and said drivers might not have their claims paid out if they are found to have been under the influence of dagga. Ernest North, Co-founder at Naked Insurance joins...
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Africa’s Industrialization: The Rise Of Continental Champions

CNBC Africa is joined by a panel of experts at the Africa Investment Forum to discuss Intra continental trade and opportunities available for expanding in Africa.
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Africa Investment Forum 2018: Highlights

African Development Bank and Gauteng government played host to the continents’ first-ever investment market platform -Africa Investment Forum, CNBC Africa brings you some of the highlights from this investment forum.
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Africa Investment Forum: Vision And Ambition

At the inaugural Africa Investment Forum 2018 underway in South Africa CNBC Africa is joined by a team of expert panellists to discuss on how the Investment Forum can help attract investments and drive...
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AfDB’s First-Ever Africa Investment Forum Prepares For Kick-Off

As the African Development Bank’s Africa Investment Forum prepares for kick off in Sandton South Africa, Victor Oladokun, Director of Communication and External Relations says it is time for Africa to ask tough questions...
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Are Smartphones The Key To Africa’s Digital Revolution?

In this Capital Connection episode CNBC Africa’s Godfrey Mutizwa is joined by Arthur Goldstuck, MD of World Wide Worx and editor-in-chief of Gadget; in Lagos is Chika Nwobi, founder of the Decagon Institute and...
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Could Africa Be The Next Frontier For Cryptocurrencies?

Interest in cryptocurrency, a form of digital currency, is growing steadily in Africa. Some economists say it is a disruptive innovation that will blossom on the continent. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss matters FinTech,...
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Key Takeaways From The Inaugural SA Investment Conference

CNBC Africa's Karaba Letlhatlha reflects on some of the big takeaways from South Africa's inaugural Investment Conference.
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This JSE Initiative Is Empowering SA Youth To Be Financially Savvy

The JSE has for year been engaging learners from township schools in education and sharing skills of dealing with money and investment using their platforms. Joining CNBC Africa to share more about this project...

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