Each week Africa Business News unpacks the biggest business stories from West, East and Southern Africa, with reports on the growing trends and latest economic developments on the continent.
As the markets in Africa close we look at the issues behind the news that drives the markets, speaking to leaders, experts and newsmakers around the continent.
Get your business game on with your quintessential wrap of the day's top stories in South Africa. We give you information that puts you ahead of tomorrow's newspaper dailies with analysis from a wide range of business leaders and financial experts.
Closing Bell is your essential wrap of the day's action on South African markets. CNBC Africa speaks to the day's movers and shakers and unpacks the news moving markets.
Currency Wars with Brigid Taylor
CNBC Africa takes viewers to the world of mergers and acquisitions. This series will be getting into the nuts and bolts of all things related to a company takeover.
Doing Business in Botswana unpacks Botswana’s investment case and looks at the opportunities for investment across a number of sectors, from mining and agriculture to tourism.
Doing Business in Rwanda highlights the country’s journey towards success, setting the economic profile of this emerging state apart from other developing nations.
As world leaders grapple with the aftermath of a global financial crisis and the subsequent economic slowdown, authorities continue to explore ways to rescue key institutions as they try to put economies back on the path of growth.
Kenya's Vision 2030 is a national development blue-print aimed at creating a globally competitive and middle-income nation with a high quality of life by 2030. "Eye on Kenya" will take a look at how the country is developing in achieving this goal.
The KZN is a major import and export hub with over 80 % of South Africa’s goods passing through their ports. It's also the country's foremost tourism hub with excellent all year round weather and a 900 KM coastline.
Africa's largest economy is becoming a hub for discerning investors. Eye on Nigeria's Capital Market reports the transformation of West Africa's oldest and largest stock exchange and the broader capital market.
Rivers state, located in Nigeria's southern region is home to the country's famous oil industry.But, also known as the treasure base of the nation rivers state offers a host of opportunities for foreign and local investors alike.
Finding the next screaming "buy" in today's complex and volatile markets can be daunting even for the most experienced investor. Hot StoXX will preview some of the biggest companies on Africa's largest stock exchange, throw light on some of the exchange’s least discussed sectors and attempt to set the next day’s trading agenda.
With seven African economies expected to be among the world's top 10 fastest growing economies by 2015, Africa's future remains both bright and optimistic. Join CNBC Africa as we discuss, dissect and debate the challenges and opportunities associated with investing on the continent.
Investment 360 will profile some of South Africa’s hottest fund managers, eliciting their views on everything from investment strategy to what makes them tick. Join CNBC Africa as we unpack the stories of some of South Africa’s best investment minds and what it takes to beat benchmarks consistently.
IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a TV and online experience broadcast in partnership with the UNDP and featuring stories of sustainability across Africa. Join our traveling journalists as they discover inspiring stories and share them with the world. Produced by Regency Foundation Networx in the interests of uplifting lives through inclusive business, private sector and community partnerships across the continent.
Latitude is an hour-long weekly programme that will address the challenge of elevating the business of tourism, whilst showcasing the depth and breadth of South Africa to the domestic and African audience.
On the Couch gives viewers an in-depth look into some of the most well-known personalities not only in Africa but also internationally.
All the market news you need as the JSE opens for trade. Catch up on the Top 40 futures market, the latest commodities and currencies prices as well as instant reaction to company results. We speak to some of South Africa's top brokers and fund managers for a heads up on trends getting the market buzzing.
Power Lunch takes you through the heart of the business and trading day taking in power-packed interviews with key decision makers. Billed as 'CEO TV,' watch CNBC Africa delve into the economy, the markets, real estate, media and technology – in fact, anything and anywhere in Africa where there's money to be made.
A brand new CNBC Africa show which takes a fresh look at the all-important resource sector in Africa. Each week we bring you a news round-up from the sector tracking commodity movements and indicators, and insightful interviews. Resource Watch also features unusual and innovative uses and developments in and around the resource space.
Who will be eliminated? This exciting new show works like this: every week two fund managers or traders are asked to defend three shares they live and die by – they have to convince each other why their shares are worth buying.
Talking Stocks brings you insightful analysis into JSE listed companies. Every week Gugulethu Cele is joined by experts Peter Armitage and Sean Ashton from Anchor Capital to give you some guidance on which to stocks to buy, hold or sell.
Tech@Work is just the very best technology. Fast. Reliable. Cutting edge. It's the show that brings you the bottom line on corporate technology - week-in and week-out. We get the inside story on the technology you need to invest in and gives you a heads-up on the gadgets and gizmos that will make you money.
Techbusters is technological television at its best. Two of the country’s top tech journalists Aki Anastasiou and Toby Shapshak join forces to bring you up to speed on consumer technology.
Join South Africa’s most recognised business journalist Bruce Whitfield as he unpacks the most important and interesting business events and activities of the day, both globally and locally.
Women on Wealth is a fast-paced dynamic insight into women commanding wealth and its creation, peppered with practical advice on issues related to wealth creation, leadership and entrepreneurship. Hosted by Nozipho Mbanjwa, the show challenges viewers to revisit stereotypes and misconceptions about the role and impact of women across all spheres. The show airs every Wednesday night at 21:15 CAT.