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Priorities for South Africa's Future

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 BCG targets infrastructure as it opens office in Nigeria

Video / Tue, 12 Jul 2016 11:07:34 GMT

BCG targets infrastructure as it opens office in Nigeria

Global management consulting group, the Boston Consulting Group opened its first office in Nigeria in April and is targeting companies investing in infrastructure. Rich Lesser, Global CEO, BCG joins CNBC Africa for more.

 Importance of youth leadership in transforming Africa

Video / Thu, 12 May 2016 12:37:49 GMT

Importance of youth leadership in transforming Africa

CNBC Africa is joined by Euvin Naidoo, Partner & MD at BCG on his views on connecting Africa's resources through digital transformation and how it links to youths' participation in driving leadership on the continent.

 Why S.Africa remains an important market for growth prospects

Video / Fri, 22 May 2015 15:16:37 GMT

Why S.Africa remains an important market for growth prospects

Investec and Investec Australia Property Fund announced their FY earnings yesterday. CNBC Africa is joined by the new CEO of the Investec Property Fund, Nick Riley as well as Graeme Katz, CEO of the Investec Australia Property Fund.

 Addressing priorities needed for S. Africa's future

Video / 5/26/2015 12:30:07 PM

Addressing priorities needed for S. Africa's future

With a burgeoning middle class, respected financial institutions and vibrant industries, South Africa's future on the continent appears bright. But 21 years post democracy the country still struggles with issues related to education, health care, unemployment and income inequality. How can these challenges be addressed and what role does leadership play in all of this? CNBC Africa's Bronwyn Nielsen sits down with a panel of leading business & governmental voices; Adam Ikdal, Senior Partner, Boston Consulting Group SA (BCG); Cas Coovadia, MD, Banking Association of SA; Derek Hanekom, SA Minister of Tourism; Reuel Khoza, SA businessman, as they discuss the priorities for South Africa's Future.

 Converting Nigeria's wealth into well-being for citizens

Video / 4/7/2016 1:45:21 PM

Converting Nigeria's wealth into well-being for citizens

Using its Sustainable Economic Development Assessment, the Boston Consulting Group recently ranked Nigeria 142nd out of 149 countries in its ability to convert wealth into well-being for citizens. This dismal ranking for a country richly endowed with natural and human resources highlights the urgency to address several critical challenges in order for the country to prosper over the long term. CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa explores policy actions that can put Nigeria on the path of sustainable growth and development with a panel of investors and advisers.

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