Thu, 20 June, 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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Lionel Zinsou On Growth Prospects For WAEMU Economies

Countries in the West African Economic and Monetary Union are now experiencing the fastest growth in Africa and this as a result of the change in public policies aimed at combining...
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How To Spot A JSE Listed Company Riddled With Corruption

The rise of financial misconduct could be a reflection of a systemic problem with regulation and accountability - making it harder for investors to make the right decision for your portfolio. Joining...
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Highlights Special Of The Africa CEO Forum

In this highlights special CNBC Africa’s Fiona Muthoni looks at the second day of the Africa CEO Forum held in Kigali recently. Topics range from how to build a sustainable e-commerce...
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A Look At Ramaphosa’s Cabinet

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a new, leaner Cabinet which included a number of new faces. CNBC Africa reporter Karabo Letlhatlha shares insight into the cabinet list.
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US Seeks Deeper Ties With Africa

The United States’ Overseas Private Investment Corporation has been responsible for facilitating the expansion of American businesses in emerging markets since 1971. Worku Gachou, Managing Director for Africa at OPIC joins...
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How The US-China Trade War Affects Africa

As trade tensions between the U.S and China continue to escalate, how does this trickle down to Africa? Edward George the Head of Group Research at Eco Bank joins CNBC...
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Why Africa Needs To Harness The Digital Economy

At the 5th Regional Forum for the Partnership for Skills in Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology (PASET) happening in Kigali, African countries are encouraged to invest in digital skills among the...
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Why Women In Leadership Can Boost Economies By 35%

Gender equality is a topic stressed almost every day globally, and a study conducted by the IMF has seen the urge for women to lead the way in business as an important...
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Corruption Watch Wants Ramaphosa To Rid Cabinet Of Corrupt Comrades

Corruption Watch wants President Cyril Ramaphosa to rid the cabinet of delinquent ministers and political support necessary for a robust, independent and effective National Prosecuting Authority but can the President achieve this...
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Improving Internet Access In Africa

One of the main concerns being addressed at this year’s Transform Africa Summit was that of the still low internet penetration in the continent’s rural areas. CNBC Africa spoke to the Group...
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Business’ Wish List For Ramaphosa’s Cabinet

The hot topic of the past week has been the expected list of new cabinet members in the Ramaphosa administration. In order to see economic growth and steer clear from a downgrade,...
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African Governments Urged To Tap Into Its Diaspora To Bolster Growth

On the side-lines of Transform Africa Summit's 5th edition currently taking place in Kigali, CNBC Africa's Zwena Bachoo spoke to Dr. Shem Ochuodho, Global Chairman for Kenya Diaspora Alliance on what...
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What’s The Best Way Forward For Africa’s ICT Goals?

The 5th Edition of the Transform Africa Summit 2019 is currently underway in Kigali, an initiative of Smart Africa. The theme for this year is "Boosting Africa's Digital Economy", but are...
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Who Should Be In Ramaphosa’s Cabinet?

Just days after the African National Congress won the South African national elections, Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to greatly reduce the number of cabinet members .Cabinet under the Zuma administration was...
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Why Hair Extensions Are Big Business In Africa

When Congolese born Gisèla Van Houcke sold almost $50,000 hair extensions in just a few months; what had started out as a hobby, then became a major business, landing this young...

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