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ZAR/GBP17.70
 
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0.76%
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  • SARB fines S.Africa's top four banks R125mln

    SARB fines S.Africa's top four banks R125mln

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:35:45 GMT

    The country's top four banks have been fined a total of 125 million rand over lax anti-money laundering controls by the South African Reserve Bank. Market leader Standard Bank has been ordered to pay R60 million rand while FirstRand;s fine has been set at R30 million. Nedbank and Barclays Africa Group will pay R25 and R10 million respectively. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss this is Cas Coovadia, MD of the Banking Association of South Africa.

  • PSG FY recurring HEPS up 14%

    PSG FY recurring HEPS up 14%

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:30:51 GMT

    PSG Group today reported an increase in recurring headline earnings per share of 14-percent. The company also declared a full year dividend of 133 cents per share, a 20-percent increase year-on year. Joining CNBC Africa to further break down the numbers is PSG Group CEO, Piet Mouton

  • PLAT sector strike to lead to job losses

    PLAT sector strike to lead to job losses

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:30:50 GMT

    The platinum sector strike has been ongoing for more than ten weeks. AMCU and platinum producers have not reached an agreement. The National Union of Mineworkers has also been affected. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss potential job losses is Frans Baleni, General Secretary of NUM.

  • TPS Serena plans to diversify into emerging markets

    TPS Serena plans to diversify into emerging markets

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:15:00 GMT

    TPS Eastern Africa better known as Serena plans to diversify into emerging markets including China amid a host of challenges that have impacted on its Kenyan business. CNBC Africa's Claire Muthinji spoke to Mahmud Jan Mohamed, Managing Director of the group of hotels for more.

  • SARB fines S.Africa's top four banks R125mln

    SARB fines S.Africa's top four banks R125mln

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:35:45 GMT

    The country's top four banks have been fined a total of 125 million rand over lax anti-money laundering controls by the South African Reserve Bank. Market leader Standard Bank has been ordered to pay R60 million rand while FirstRand;s fine has been set at R30 million. Nedbank and Barclays Africa Group will pay R25 and R10 million respectively. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss this is Cas Coovadia, MD of the Banking Association of South Africa.

  • PLAT sector strike to lead to job losses

    PLAT sector strike to lead to job losses

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:30:50 GMT

    The platinum sector strike has been ongoing for more than ten weeks. AMCU and platinum producers have not reached an agreement. The National Union of Mineworkers has also been affected. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss potential job losses is Frans Baleni, General Secretary of NUM.

  • Namibia central bank keeps rates steady

    Namibia central bank keeps rates steady

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:04:03 GMT

    Namibia's central bank kept its main lending rate unchanged at 5.5 percent for the seventh straight time, saying economic growth was expected to continue in 2014 while inflation would remain at sustainable levels. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Rome Mostert, Head of Research at IJG Securities.

  • S.Africa's growing wine industry

    S.Africa's growing wine industry

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 10:08:00 GMT

    Exports of South African wine reached a record high last year on the back of a good harvest. The Western Cape wine industry is using this milestone to target new markets for its product. CNBC Africa files this report.

  • Nigeria proposes $100mln diaspora bond

    Nigeria proposes $100mln diaspora bond

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:04:02 GMT

    Nigeria has appointed advisers to its proposed $100 million Diaspora bond issue. The bond is to raise funds from Nigerians in living in the Diaspora and will finance capital projects while providing an opportunity for investors to participate in the development of the country. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the latest news in Nigeria's primary debt issues market is Egie Akpata, Head Capital Markets at UBA Capital.

  • Progress of Nigerian Mortgage Corporation

    Progress of Nigerian Mortgage Corporation

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:36:02 GMT

    Earlier this year, the Nigerian Federal Government launched the Nigerian Mortgage Refinance Corporation (NMRC) with the aim of resolving access to affordable housing finance. Sonnie Ayere the C.E.O of the Nigerian Mortgage refinance Company joins CNBC Africa on the progress made so far.

  • Business opportunities for foreign SMEs in Gabon

    Business opportunities for foreign SMEs in Gabon

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:34:51 GMT

    CNBC Africa's Tumisho Grater spoke to Olivier Epp, Deputy Director, in charge of exports, at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Alsace Region, to discuss the business opportunities in Gabon for foreign SMEs.

  • Managing emergencies in Nigeria

    Managing emergencies in Nigeria

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 10:36:03 GMT

    Seventy one people were killed and 124 injured on Monday after a deadly bomb ripped explored in a busy bus station on the outskirts of Nigeria's capital city Abuja. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss managing emergencies of this nature is Abbas Idriss, Director General of the FCT Emergency Management Agency.

  • TPS Serena plans to diversify into emerging markets

    TPS Serena plans to diversify into emerging markets

    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:15:00 GMT

    TPS Eastern Africa better known as Serena plans to diversify into emerging markets including China amid a host of challenges that have impacted on its Kenyan business. CNBC Africa's Claire Muthinji spoke to Mahmud Jan Mohamed, Managing Director of the group of hotels for more.

  • Investing in East & Southern African development

    Investing in East & Southern African development

    Mon, 14 Apr 2014 13:45:02 GMT

    Investors believe that it's an exciting time to work in development in East and Southern Africa. Several economies in East and Southern Africa are registering yearly GDP growth in excess of 7 percent; the middle classes are developing at unprecedented rates, creating demand for raw and processed agricultural products. CNBC Africa spoke to Abla Benhammouche, Country Director & Representative for the International Fund for Agricultural Development, East and Southern Africa.

  • What is holding back Kenya's film industry?

    What is holding back Kenya's film industry?

    Fri, 11 Apr 2014 13:49:32 GMT

    The Kenyan film industry is said to be worth 8.6 billion shillings, far below its said potential of 40 billion shillings. So what is holding back Kenya's film industry, which has provided a backdrop for many Hollywood movies? Award winning film producer Dorothy Ghettuba CEO, Spielworks Media joins CNBC Africa for more.

  • How does Hollywood tell Africa's story?

    How does Hollywood tell Africa's story?

    Fri, 11 Apr 2014 13:44:46 GMT

    Hotel Rwanda, the film that immortalised the 1994 genocide that left nearly one million Rwandeses dead has faced sharp criticism from survivors who claim it misrepresents the facts. This begs the question. How does Hollywood tell Africa's story. To answer that Michael Onyango, Kenya Film Commission, Board Member joins CNBC Africa for more.