Mon, 20 May, 2019

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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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ECA’s Vera Songwe Talks About Africa’s Growth Potential

As part of activities of the week-long 52nd Session of the Economic Commission for Africa in Marrakesh, Morocco, the 2019 Economic Report for Africa was launched. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke...
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The Rise Of Africa’s Digital Economy

From the warm island of Mauritius, a panel of experts discuss the rise of Africa's digital economy, and how best to harness its opportunities.
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Moody’s Likely To Downgrade South Africa – Economist

Joining CNBC Africa is to discuss the MPC -Monetary Policy Committee meeting, quarterly employment figures out this week, load shedding and its impact on the economy and the rand is Isaac...
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Exploring Ways To Improve Africa’s Health Outcomes With Innovative Solutions

For decades, the healthcare challenge in Africa and other emerging markets has been dominated by the fight against communicable diseases, but underlying this threat has been the growing prominence of chronic...
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Can Business Save The SA Economy From #Eskom?

Thomas Garner, Chairperson at SA Independent Power Producers Association and Stephen Larkin, CEO of Africa New Energies join CNBC Africa to discuss the crisis at Eskom.
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Analysing The Impact Of Ethiopia Plane Crash

It was a dreadful weekend in East Africa after an Ethiopian Airlines plane flying from Addis Ababa to Nairobi crashed and killed everyone on board. Alex Macheras, Aviation_Analyst joins CNBC Africa...
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Assessing Africa’s Readiness For The Fourth Industrial Revolution

This year’s World Economic Forum theme of Globalisation 4.0 addressed the fourth industrial revolution which is taking place globally at an unpredictable rate. Is Africa ready? Tune into CNBC Africa for...
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Gwede Mantashe On The Sibanye-AMCU Stand-Off, SA Mining Outlook

South Africa has improved to 56 out of 83 for mining policy attractiveness to foreign investment- this according to the recently published Fraser Institute’s Survey of Mining Companies 2018. But what...
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What’s The State Of Universal Healthcare In Africa?

As Africa's population is expected to double by 2050 to 2.5 billion people, the continent faces a very critical challenge of creating the foundations for long-term inclusive growth. One of these...
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Highlights: AfDB’s inaugural Africa Investment Forum Johannesburg

The African Development Bank hosts its inaugural Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa. The event sees investors from all over the globe and across the public and private sectors talk transactions and sign...
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Unpacking Finmin Mboweni’s #2019budgetspeech

Peter Attard Montalto, Head, Capital Markets Research, Intellidex and Sean Gossel, Associate professor at UCT School of Business join CNBC Africa to breakdown Tito Mboweni’s #2019budgetspeech.
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Land Reform: Where Is SA Headed?

Government hosted a two-day colloquium on Land Reform last week. It is currently one of the most contested debates in South Africa. CNBC Africa reporter Lubabalo Mashiqana brings us the latest.
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David Allen On How Organisations Can Increase Productivity

The author of a New York Times’ bestseller book called “Getting things done –the art of stress free productivity’’ David Allen spoke to CNBC Africa about how organisations can increase productivity.
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Business And Labour React To Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech

There has been a mixed reaction to Minister Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech, but what do people in top positions in business and labour feel about this budget? Joining CNBC Africa for the CEO...
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SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni Delivers 2019 Budget Speech

South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered his maiden 2019 budget speech in parliament on Wednesday and announced a number of increases including VAT. 

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