Mon, 21 October, 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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Understanding Prospects Of African Markets

The latest Africa prospect indicator ranking by Nielsen shows that prospects of Africa’s markets are stabilising despite the relentless change. To discuss what the new data shows on prospects for African countries,...
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Health Market Inquiry: How The Findings Impact The NHI Bill

The Competition Commission released its findings and recommendations on the healthcare market inquiry. The inquiry was started in 2013, when it found that only a minority of South Africans can afford private...
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Highlights Special Of The Tshwane Trade And Investment Summit

Investments, innovation and business-friendly environments all contribute to attract investors. But what is Tshwane offering? Tune in for the Tshwane Trade and Investment Summit highlight special to find out what key focus...
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WEF Africa Debate: Africa’s Innovators Of The Year

Africa's greatest asset is its human capital. In this session, some of the region's top wealth creators will discuss the state of entrepreneurship and what lies ahead.
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SA Recovers From Q1 GDP Contraction: Has The SA Economy Turned A Corner?

Joining CNBC Africa for an in-depth look at South Africa's second quarter GDP numbers is Maarten Ackerman, Chief Economist, Citadel and Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM.
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Financing Infrastructure Projects In Africa

The leading development financial institution in Africa, The Development Bank of Southern Africa focuses on the primary issues facing many Africans such as education and healthcare. However, today we ask the question...
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Crypto Trader: Is Bitcoin A Viable Hedge Amid Global Slowdown?

Crypto Trader looks at how we should trade in cryptocurrencies and interviews the biggest names in Crypto.
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National Credit Amendment Act: Implications For Retail Stocks

Many investors were caught by surprise when President Cyril Ramaphosa signed into law the National Credit Amendment Bill. Not only will it have negative implications for banking stocks but also for retail...
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Road To WEF Cape Town: What The Africa Free Trade Agreement Means For The...

CNBC Africa brings you the Road to Cape Town, as we build-up to the World Economic Forum on Africa that will take place between the 4th and 6th of September. The gathering...
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Mastercard’s Mark Elliott On The Future Of Mobile Money In Africa

According to financial inclusion data about 34 per cent of adults in Sub-Saharan Africa have a bank account. This is nearly half of the global average of 62 percent. However 45 percent...
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Highlights Special Of The 2019 Forbes Africa Regional Forum

Kigali, Rwanda was the setting for the first ever Forbes Africa Regional Forum. It followed hot on the heels of the 4th successful Leading Women Summit, taking the essential conversations to East...
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Road To WEF Cape Town: Equipping Africa’s Next Generation For The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Optimists have argued that the Forth Industrial Revolution gives Africa a chance to leapfrog and catch up with the rest of the world. Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum,...
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What Will US Recession Mean For African Markets

The trade war between the United States and China has proven to be greater than the tariffs and sanctions as it now poses the threat of economic hardships. With bond yields plummeting...
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The Status Of Gender Equality In South Africa

During Women’s Month gender equality becomes a major focus in business and society, but such issues are fought by the Commission for Gender Equality on a daily basis. President Cyril Ramaphosa...
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Ramaphosa vs Mkhwebane: South Africa At A Crossroads

The lawfare between South Africa’s President and the Public Protector over remedial actions against Minister Gordhan, promises leave one of these institutions bruised. Another loss for the Public Protector or could the...