Mon, 20 May, 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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WEF, SA To Launch Africa’s First Fourth Industrial Revolution Centre

Digital technologies are fast becoming integrated into businesses and industries across the globe and the World Economic forum has found a solution to the issues that arise with these new technologies...
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Driving The Youth Entrepreneurship Agenda In Africa

The International Labour Organisation says the youth unemployment challenge in Africa has become a top political priority. Ifeyinwa Ogochukwu, CEO of the Tony Elumelu Foundation joined CNBC Africa's Esther Awoniyi to discuss...
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Should Investors Buy Into Africa’s Strong Economies?

Neville Mandimika, Africa Risk Analyst at RMB joins CNBC Africa to take a look at Africa’s real growth prospects for 2019, with reports such as the IMF, the UN and the African...
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Barloworld Opens Its BBBEE Scheme To Public Participation

Barloworld opened its share offering in its broad-based black economic empowerment partner Khula Sizwe this morning to black South Africans. Khula Sizwe aims to buy property from Barloworld. The deal will...
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Africa’s Growth Potential Explained

As part of activities of the week-long 52nd session of the Economic Commission for Africa in Marrakech, Morocco – the 2019 economic report for Africa was launched. CNBC Africa’s Fifi peters...
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The World Bank Outlines Key Challenges Facing SA’s Economy

According to its latest update published online at the end of March, the World Bank projects economic growth for South Africa in 2019 at 1.3 per cent, accelerating further to 1.7...
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The Future Of Trade In Africa

With one pending ratification left after Ethiopia announced its ratification of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement. The pact needs the ratification of 22 countries to kick off the agreement. Vinod...
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Here Is What’s Needed To Turn Africa’s Integration Into A Business Opportunity

With the African Continental Free Trade Area getting closer and closer to fruition, CNBC Africa's Michael Mugisha spoke to Ade Adeyemi, CEO of Pan African banking conglomerate, Ecobank, on what it...
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AfDB: Africa’s Growth Going Good

The African Development Bank has launched their annual Southern Africa Economic Outlook Report revealing its Macroeconomics Policy, Forecasting and Research for the region. Joining CNBC Africa to unpack the report is...
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Reducing The Cost Of Logistics In Africa

The cost of logistics in Africa remains higher in Africa than in other parts of the world driven by mainly infrastructure and governance issues. CNBC Africa is joined by Jérôme Petit,...
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Analysis: What Moody’s Stance On South Africa Means

Moody’s rating review on South Africa. The credit rating agency was due to make the announcement Late Friday evening but did not release a rating or any statement regarding the delay....
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ECA Launches 2019 Economic Report On Africa

The 52nd Session of the Economic Commission of Africa’s Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning & Economic Development was held in Marrakech, Morocco from 22nd until the 24th of March....
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Anthony Ginsberg On SA’s Investment Outlook

Off the back of the largest gathering of CEOs in Cape Town last week at the YPO Edge, we speak to an American fund manager for his views on SA Inc to...
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Banking On Digital, New Banks Disrupt SA

Cheslyn Jacobs, Head of Sales and Service for TymeBank, Kokkie Kooyman, Portfolio Manager at Denker Capital and Micheal Jordaan, Co-founder and Chairman of Bank Zero join CNBC Africa to discuss the...
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South Africa Is Sitting On A Water Time Bomb – Dr Anthony Turton

An erratic water supply coupled with a failing sewage system are glaring indicators of the beginning of a water crisis. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the impacts of toxicity is water...

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