In this episode of Chivas Win the Right Way our Host chats to self-taught award winning Nigerian fashion entrepreneur Eseoghene Odiete, founder of HESEY Designs a leading fashion brand.
In this episode of Chivas Win the Right Way host sat with powerhouse Ivorian social entrepreneur Lynda Aphing-Kouassi to discuss some of her entrepreneurial achievements.
On this episode of Chivas Win the Right Way CNBC Africa chats to Khethi Ngwenya, founder and MD of SchoolMedia a media and community upliftment company within various schools across South Africa.
On this episode of Chivas Win the Right Way CNBC Africa chats to Eugene Mbugua, founder & MD of Young Rich Television.
CNBC Africa's Karabo Letlhatlha spoke to Zimbabwe’s Independent parliamentary candidate Fadzayi Mahere about the challenges facing the country, as it prepares for the polls on 30th July. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
This episode of Portfolio Watch looks at the importance of staying focused. Whenever things are going well, it is easy to lose sight of basic investment principles and get caught up in the moment. We must never lose sight of the dangers out there. With no clear systemic risks on the horizons, one needs to be aware of valuations within asset classes and individual securities. CNBC Africa’s Gugulethu Mfuphi talks to Andrew Dittberner, Chief Investment Officer: Private Client Securities, Old Mutual Wealth and Dr Adrian Saville, Chief Executive, Cannon Asset Managers.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha Justice Maphosa opens up on personal details of how he rescued Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangangwa in November 2017. (WATCH full Interview) https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/2018/06/01/justice-maphosa-opens-up-about-his-business-why-he-rescued-mnangagwa-and-threats-on-his-life/
CNBC Africa’s Political Capital speaks to Justice Maphosa, Big Time Strategic Group CEO & founder as he opens up on how and why he helped rescue President Emmerson Mnangangwa, when he fled Zimbabwe in November 2017, his entrepreneurial journey, alleged threats on his life and also responds to corruption allegations levelled against him. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
Porfolio Watch is a new show that looks to improve your understanding of investments and guide you in making smart money decisions. Joining CNBC Africa’s Gugulethu Mfuphi are Andrew Dittberner, Chief Investment Officer, Old Mutual Wealth, Private Client Securities and Chris Gilmour, Independent Investment Analyst. Stocks under discussion today include Visa, Starbucks, Nike and Richemont.
Across the African continent, governments are introducing reforms to improve the ease of doing business, and all the while foreign investment is growing. Africa Investment Horizons was at the Africa CEO Forum in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire to find out why CEO’s on the continent are optimistic about the continent’s investment outlook. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/
In this episode of Cryptotrader continues its coverage of Consensus 2018 in Brooklyn, New York and interviews the biggest names in the Crypto World. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/crypto-trader/
In this episode of Cryptotrader attends the Fluidity Summit 2018 held in Brooklyn, New York and interviews the biggest names in the Crypto World.
South Africa's new mining minster, is continuing his bruising national tour aimed at convincing people who live next to mines to go along with plans for the country's amended mining charter. The document is a guide to increasing black ownership in the mining industry, and it’s been up for discussion for about five years. It was put on hold a few months ago and one of the provisers of the negotiations around the charter is that the communities have to be heard. That is what Mantashe has been doing today. With humblance of community members at Orkney mine near Klerksdorp, CNBC Africa's Head of Programming, Chris Bishop spoke to the minister.
The struggle for legislative powers continues at the sixth session of the Pan African Parliament and the fight for control of the organisation is playing itself out through a presidential elections. Plus Makhosi Khoza spills the beans on why she joined OUTA and public sector corruption.
In this episode of Cryptotrader looks at crypto trading in South Korea and interviews the biggest names in the Crypto World.
Workers take their fight for better national minimum wage onto the streets. Regulatory authority in South Africa, ICASA discusses its fight to reduce data costs and expiration. And finally, the Pan Africanist Congress discusses 59 years of struggle and the target of one million members.
In this episode of Cryptotrader looks at how $150 million worth of Bitcoin moved from the MT.Gox Account, the number of Bitcoins in circulation; Vitalik boycotts the consensus event in New York and interviews the biggest names in Crypto World.
Pressure continues unabated in South Africa’s North West but will Premier, Supra Mahumapelo yield? Political satirist, Chester Missing gives us the lighter side of politics. EFF Chairperson, Dali Mpofu speaks about coalitions leading up to the 2019 general elections.
Economic Freedom Fighters Leader, Julius Malema, is being hunted for private prosecution by minority rights group AfriForum's Gerrie Nel for alleged fraud and corruption. Troubled multinational Steinhoff, that many fear could become the Enron of Africa is having its Annual General Meeting in Amsterdam. For months there have been questions over how the company is being run and its plunging share price.
Betty Irabor has been a leader in the Nigerian publishing sector for over 14 years. But that journey has not been without difficulties. From humble beginnings as the daughter of a Nigerian police officer and a seamstress, Irabor had all the odds stacked against her but somehow she managed to change her narrative to become the founder of her own magazine - Genevieve and thereby paving the way for thousands of Nigerian women. Find out about her inspirational story on Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.