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Whitey Basson on Steinhoff, Ramaphosa & life after Shoprite

Shoprite, Africa’s largest retailer employs 147,000 workers across 15 countries in Africa. In this special, CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters sits down with the retail guru who built the grocery behemoth, Dr Whitey Basson....
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Rwanda’s plans to expand on public spaces, social projects for Vision 2020

The City of Kigali this week made it to the Forbes’ list of the 20 best places to visit in 2020. Also, a fundraiser organised by Ellen DeGeners has generated about $5 million in efforts to raise funds for conservation of mountain gorillas in Rwanda. Finally, the Development Bank of Southern Africa has entered into Rwanda's financial sector. To breakdown this stories and what has been making rounds in the country, TV and Multimedia Editor of New Times, Olivia Ikilezi joins CNBC Africa.
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DBSA CEO: Where we see investment opportunities in Rwanda

The Development Bank of Southern Africa has entered into the Rwandan market. The financial institution will be working closely with Development Bank of Rwanda to finance infrastructure projects by both the public and private sectors, with key focus in the transport, energy, utility services and ICT sectors. Head of financial institutions and Executive at SADC Region, Mdu Dlamini joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Enterprise Innovation Hub on driving investor participation in Nigeria’s capital markets

In a bid to discover solutions that will drive mass retail investor participation in Nigeria's Capital Market, Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is set to hold its inaugural X-Kathon. To share more insight into this, John Nsikak, Head of Enterprise Innovation Hub at the NSE joins CNBC Africa....
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Bond returns & Fx markets: Nigerian market watch

For a wrap of this week trading session at Nigeria’s money market, Deinma Iyagba, Currency Trader at UBA joins CNBC Africa.
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Slow growth in market linked to policy pressure: A recap of Nigerian equities

It’s another bearish week for Nigeria’s equities market – for a recap of activities, Managing Director of Afrinvest Securities, Ayodeji Ebo joins CNBC Africa....
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Is the US Gupta-sanction list likely to grow?

The United States is weighing in and is likely to cause major ripples in the Gupta story. The sanction against the infamous Gupta brothers and associate, Salim Essa is making the world smaller for their corrupt proceeds. David Young, Head of Mission at the US Embassy tells us about US & SA relations....
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Eskom threatens to torpedo Ramaphosa’s investment drive

20 months ago president Ramaphosa stood in front of parliament promising change and using the words “Watch this space” creating anticipation and expectations. 20 months later, has South Africa changed materially to warrant a change in investment sentiment? David Pilling, Editor of Financial Times Africa joins CNBC Africa for more....
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Contrarian view: Where to invest

Morningstar hosted their annual investment conference where they discussed the latest trends changing the landscape in financial advice. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi spoke to Daniel Needham, Global Chief Investment Officer of Morningstar.
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How can Nigeria leverage agriculture to fight malnutrition in Africa?

A new report by UNICEF notes that two in five children in West and Central Africa under five years old suffer from forms of malnutrition, with half of the children in the Democratic Republic of Congo not growing well. To discuss findings from this report, CNBC Africa's Kenneth Igbomor caught up with UNICEF Representative, Peter Hawkins.
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Access Bank sees a rise in foreign investor confidence: A wrap of Nigerian money...

As the wrap the money markets this week – to discuss the key highlights, Forex and Derivatives Trader at Access Bank, Bosun Obembe joins CNBC Africa for more....
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Future of Health Summit: Philips Africa’s Jasper Westerink on having a shared view on...

The CEO of Philips Africa, Jasper Westerink says that healthcare is a shared responsibility and we all have to join hands and implement together. At the Future of Health Summit – to discuss this and more, CNBC Africa's Christy Cole caught up with CEO of Philips Africa, Jasper Westerink.
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Ndivhuwo Manyonga on the importance of STEM careers for women

CNBC Africa is joined by South Africa’s first black African female actuary Ndivhuwo Manyonga who now serves as the chief executive of The Federated Mutual Assurance Company.
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Crypto Trader: Ethereum Foundation announces crypto fund for UNICEF

Cryptotrader looks at how we should trade in cryptocurrencies and interviews the biggest names in Crypto....
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This innovative new app lets you send goods and groceries from SA to Zim

Malaicha.com is an innovative new app that lets you send goods and groceries from South Africa to Zimbabwe. The app delivers to four major cities in the country. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi spoke to the CEO Moosa Manjra.
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World Bank downgrades Zim to a low-income country

Just months after the World Bank rated Zimbabwe as a lower –middle income country, they have now been downgraded to a low income country. This is yet again another setback for the Southern African country as high unemployment rates, high taxes and limited capital has forced the downgrade. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Batanai Matsika, Head of Research at Morgan & Co.
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SA gazettes new energy plan

The Integrated Resource Plan, which is South Africa’s policy map for the energy sector has officially been gazetted by government today. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the energy plan and Eskom is Ntombifuthi Ntuli, CEO of the South Africa Wind Energy Association.
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Why cooperatives hold the key to inclusive development

A large number of people remain excluded from the benefits of economic growth which most African countries have registered in the last decade. To discuss the role of cooperatives in inclusive development, Howard Brodsky, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CCA Global Partners joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Designer Mahlet Afework talks entrepreneurship, Africa’s fashion industry

Last week as social media lit up in reaction to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's Nobel Peace Prize win, Addis Ababa was also in the throws of the 9th edition of the Horn of Africa Fashion Week which featured local designers and fashion houses from around the region. The event drew attention but in a country that has grand aspirations of growing its clothing revenues to $30 billion a year, how is the industry fairing so far at large? Fashion Designer, Mahlet Afework joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Exploring impact investing for development

While it’s not news that Africa needs huge financing to close the development gaps. So, what role can impact investors play to help plug this deficit? For this and more, Mezuo Nwuneli, Managing Partner at Sahel Capital joins CNBC Africa....

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