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Voter apathy the thorn in S.Africa’s democracy

Despite 20 years of democracy, South Africa still suffers high voter apathy that is now filtering into the youth’s ranks.

22/04/2014 15:08:39

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    Sekunjalo H1 revenue up 7%

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 14:02:54 GMT

    Sekunjalo Investments first half group revenue increased by seven-percent year on year, the company's headline earnings per share increased by 12-percent to 3.72-cents. Joining CNBC Africa to further break down the numbers is Khalid Abdullah, CEO of Sekunjalo Investments.

  • Kenya as an investment destination

    Kenya as an investment destination

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 13:34:01 GMT

    According to the Deal Drivers Africa Report published by Merger market a U.K. based media company, Kenya has been ranked as Africa's fourth most sought-after country for mergers and acquisitions, highlighting the attractiveness to foreign investors. For a closer look at the environment in Kenya CNBC Africa spoke to Edward Burbidge, Chief Executive Officer of Burbidge Capital.

  • Illovo - Today's stocks with their head offices in Durban

    Illovo - Today's stocks with their head offices in Durban

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 12:02:49 GMT

    Illovo is Africa's biggest sugar producer with a market cap of R13.4 billion. It has extensive agricultural and manufacturing operations in six African countries and is 51.5% owned by Associated British Foods. It has a price to earnings ratio of 14, but currently pays no dividends.Guest Gerbrand Smit from NEFG Fund Managers and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact have selected Illovo as today's stocks with their head offices in Durban.

  • A review of Nigeria's banking sector

    A review of Nigeria's banking sector

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 11:02:53 GMT

    Last week we saw a flurry of largely weak first quarter earnings reports from lenders in Nigeria, Muyiwa Oni a banking analyst at Stanbic IBTC joins CNBC Africa to review the investment case for Nigerian Banks.

  • Does South Africa have a good story to tell?

    Does South Africa have a good story to tell?

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 10:34:37 GMT

    Twenty years into our democracy, does South Africa have a good story to tell? To answer that question CNBC Africa is joined by Georgina Alexander from the South African Institute of Race Relations.

  • Evaluating Pravin Gordhan's legacy

    Evaluating Pravin Gordhan's legacy

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 10:31:46 GMT

    It's been five years since Pravin Gordhan became South Africa's Finance Minister, a portfolio that has been crucial to encouraging foreign investment and allocating funds to grow South Africa's economy. In less than a month South Africans will go to the polls to decide on who their next president should be the president will then decide on South Africa's next finance minister. CNBC Africa's Christine Mhundwa takes a look at Gordhan's term in treasury, the obstacles he faced and what he achieved.

  • Update on Indian Oil Mauritius operations

    Update on Indian Oil Mauritius operations

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 10:15:07 GMT

    CNBC Africa is joined by Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra the CEO of Indian Oil Mauritius to discuss the company's operations in Mauritius.

  • S.Africa's top banks fined millions

    S.Africa's top banks fined millions

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 10:15:07 GMT

    The South African Reserve Bank has fined the country's top four banks a total R125 million over lax anti-money laundering controls last week, joining CNBC Africa for more on that and ATM security is Kalyani Pillay CEO, SABRIC and Clive Pillay Banking Services Ombudsman.

  • A review of Nigeria's banking sector

    A review of Nigeria's banking sector

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 11:02:53 GMT

    Last week we saw a flurry of largely weak first quarter earnings reports from lenders in Nigeria, Muyiwa Oni a banking analyst at Stanbic IBTC joins CNBC Africa to review the investment case for Nigerian Banks.

  • Nigeria's Fidelity Bank to increase SME lending

    Nigeria's Fidelity Bank to increase SME lending

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 10:59:45 GMT

    Lending to small and medium enterprises is gradually increasing among Nigerian commercial banks. Fidelity Bank, one of Nigeria's commercial lenders plans to increase SME lending to 50% by 2017 from 28% achieved in 2013 joining CNBC Africa to unpack this trend is Ken Opara Head, Managed SMEs at Fidelity Bank.

  • Risk assessment for Nigeria's property insurance sector

    Risk assessment for Nigeria's property insurance sector

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 07:25:31 GMT

    The country risk for Nigeria's property/casualty insurance sector is high. This is according to a report recently released by Standard& Poors. S&P believes growth prospects are neutral because the country barely maintains pace with real economic growth. Neil Gosrani Associate Director at Standard & Poors joins CNBC Africa to unpack the report.

  • Impact of Abuja bomb on presidential elections

    Impact of Abuja bomb on presidential elections

    Thu, 17 Apr 2014 10:45:32 GMT

    On Monday Nigeria's federal capital territory, Abuja was rocked by an enormous bomb blast killing over 70 civilians. The continued threat of terrorist attacks in the region has left investors, wary but not ready to pull out of Africa's largest economy just yet. Joining CNBC Africa for a look at the impact and the threat of future attacks could have on the forth coming presidential elections is Philippe de Pontet, the Director for Africa at the Eurasia Group.

  • Kenya as an investment destination

    Kenya as an investment destination

    Tue, 22 Apr 2014 13:34:01 GMT

    According to the Deal Drivers Africa Report published by Merger market a U.K. based media company, Kenya has been ranked as Africa's fourth most sought-after country for mergers and acquisitions, highlighting the attractiveness to foreign investors. For a closer look at the environment in Kenya CNBC Africa spoke to Edward Burbidge, Chief Executive Officer of Burbidge Capital.

  • 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.