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JSE Top 4043,927.00Up0.49%
All Share48,965.00
 
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Financial 1513,819.00
 
0.41%
Industrial 2555,315.00
 
0.16%
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ZAR/GBP17.69
 
0.63%
ZAR/USD10.56
 
0.67%
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Platinum USD/oz1,399.0Down-0.28%
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-0.66%
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-0.53%
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    Update on stem cell technology

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 09:45:36 GMT

    CNBC Africa is joined by Satyen Sanghvi Managing Director of Regrow to discuss Stem Cell Technology.

  • Rebosis post positive half year results

    Rebosis post positive half year results

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 09:27:22 GMT

    Property group Rebosis saw positive half year results with an increase in growth per linked unit and an increase in assets under management and market capitalisation, joining CNBC Africa for more is Sisa Ngebulana, Rebosis Property Fund CEO.

  • Clicks maintains its competitive position

    Clicks maintains its competitive position

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:51:15 GMT

    Clicks first half results are out for 2014. David Kneale, chief executive officer of the Click Group joins CNBC Africa to discuss their figures as well as the current state of the consumer market.

  • Nigerian equities halts 4 day rally, shed 0.54%

    Nigerian equities halts 4 day rally, shed 0.54%

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:32:23 GMT

    The 4-day rally at the Nigerian equities market screeched to a halt on Wednesday, as investors went on a profit-taking spree. The composite index shed 0.54% on losses recorded by food maker Nestle, oil producer Seplat, and Okomu Oil Palm. To preview the trading, CNBC Africa is joined by Linus Iwuajoku Head, Research & Market Intelligence at Diamond Bank.

  • Update on stem cell technology

    Update on stem cell technology

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 09:45:36 GMT

    CNBC Africa is joined by Satyen Sanghvi Managing Director of Regrow to discuss Stem Cell Technology.

  • African fashion not benefiting local suppliers

    African fashion not benefiting local suppliers

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:21:33 GMT

    Demand for clothing in South Africa has increased significantly over the years however beneficiaries have been foreign suppliers rather than the industry in South Africa itself. CNBC Africa's Nastassia Arendse files this report.

  • Burger King opens manufacturing plant in S.Africa

    Burger King opens manufacturing plant in S.Africa

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:10:01 GMT

    Burger King South Africa has opened its first meat manufacturing plant in the country, this via a joint venture with a local meat manufacturer and distributor. Jaye Sinclair, CEO of BurgerKing S.A joins CNBC Africa for more.

  • S.Africa's SMEs battle red tape

    S.Africa's SMEs battle red tape

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 06:30:36 GMT

    Just about a quarter of South Africans are unemployed and the majority of those without jobs are youth. The South African government's National Development Plan cites growing the small, micro and medium enterprises as the keystone of job creation. But small business in South Africa is battling restrictive labour legislation and lack of funding amongst other things and now government wants to set up a Ministry dedicated to the sector. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss this is Christo Botes, Executive Director at Business Partners, Professor Jannie Rossouw, Head of School at Wits School of Economics and Business Science and Lawrence Mavundla, President of the National African Chamber of Commerce.

  • Reviewing Nigeria's real estate sector

    Reviewing Nigeria's real estate sector

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:32:15 GMT

    According to the National Bureau of Statistics, the real estate sector accounts for 7.6% of Nigeria's rebased 2013 GDP estimate of $510 billion. Munachi Okoye, Managing Director of MCO Real Estate joins CNBC Africa to review the Nigerian Real Estate space.

  • Using agriculture to tackle poverty in Africa

    Using agriculture to tackle poverty in Africa

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 06:30:36 GMT

    Africa has huge natural and human resources as well as cultural, ecological and economic diversity, but it remains under-developed. The answer lies in investing in the agriculture sector and joining us for a closer look at how agriculture can create jobs and what policy moves are needed to enhance the potential across Africa is Kola Masha, CEO of Doreo Partners.

  • Restructuring & rationalisation of Nigeria's aviation industry

    Restructuring & rationalisation of Nigeria's aviation industry

    Thu, 24 Apr 2014 06:30:35 GMT

    Industry analysts and stakeholders have said Nigeria stands to lose more if it implements the report of the Presidential Committee on restructuring and rationalisation of federal government parastatals, commissions and agencies with regards to the aviation industry. For the latest CNBC Africa is joined by Captain Dele Ore, President of the Aviation Roundtable.

  • Traders expect drop in yields at Nigerian T-bill auction

    Traders expect drop in yields at Nigerian T-bill auction

    Wed, 23 Apr 2014 13:07:46 GMT

    Traders expect a significant decline in yields at a Nigerian Treasury bill auction today as more foreign investors buy into the recent stability of the naira. Today's t-bill auction coincides with the monthly government bond auction. To review Nigeria's fixed income market, CNBC Africa is joined by Emmanuel Odiaka, a fixed income trader at UBA.

  • 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.