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Portfolio Watch EP 25: 2018 – the year that was and...

Portfolio Watch is looking back at the year that was, probably a year investors are more likely to want to forget where markets started relatively expensive and South Africa on the back foot. But looking forward to 2019, certain markets are looking positive offering good investment opportunities. For a discussion CNBC Africa’s Gugulethu Mfuphi is joined by Andrew Dittberner, Chief Investment Officer: Private Client Securities, Old Mutual Wealth and Dr.Adrian Saville, Chief Executive of Cannon Asset Managers.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/portfolio-watch/...
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Minister Zied Ladhari on investment opportunities in Tunisia

The Tunisian Minister of Development Zied Ladhari spoke to CNBC Africa's Chris Bishop about the kind of investments heading in and out of Northern Africa.
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EFF leader Julius Malema speaks out against minister Gordhan

The EFF's Chief in Command, Julius Malema, lead a protest against Pravin Gordhan after he gave testimony at today's State Capture Commission. He claims that the Minister of Public Enterprises is still captured.
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Zimbabweans in SA reflect on one year after Mugabe’s resignation

Today marks one year since the removal of Robert Mugabe from power by the military, CNBC Africa went onto the streets of Johannesburg to find out from Zimbabweans if there has been any change. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Tracking trends shaping the SA’s telecoms industry

Junaid Munshi, Chief Commercial Officer at Cell C joins CNBC Africa to touch on all things big and small shaping the new telecoms playground.
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Dubai’s real estate market now shifting towards affordability – Citiway’s Andrew...

According to a report put together by LuxHabitat the way forward for Dubai's property market is affordability. This could be a promising prospect for local investors looking for greener pastures. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Andrew Chifamba, Client Relationship Manager, from Dubai based Real Estate Company, Citiway.
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Capital Connection: Zimbabwe after Mugabe, Pravin Gordhan’s testimony

In this episode of Capital Connection CNBC Africa discuss the effects and changes since Mugabe was forced to step down and Emmerson Mnangagwa took over joined by Advocate Fadzayi Mahere from Zimbabwe, Political Analyst; Chude Achike, from Lagos and Christopher Kaumba, Political Analyst and Researcher from Kigali. Later in the show we cross to the state capture inquiry to find the trajectory of Pravin Gordhan’s testimony. And then Wessel Lemmer, Senior Agricultural Economist at Absa joins to look into the commodity citrus and the economic contribution it makes to South Africa’s GDP.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/capital-connection/...
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Talking Books Ep 42: Fred Bridgland talks about his book Truth,...

British journalist Fred Bridgland talks about his book Truth, Lies and Alibis, which examines a dark time during South Africa’s transition to democracy – the murder of Stompie Moeketsi and the subsequent trial and appeal of Winnie Mandela. This book explores the reign of terror of the Mandela United Football Club and throws up questions about the nature of justice and accountability....
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Previewing the 2019 African Mining Indaba

The 25th Anniversary of the Investing in African Mining Indaba is coming up in 2019 and it will be taking place in Cape Town. This conference where heads of state, mining bosses and other relevant people gather. It happens at a time when South Africa battles with massive job cuts in mining. Director of Content for the Conference, Harry Chapman joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Transaction Capital’s David Hurwitz on the impact of high fuel prices

Transaction Capital, the owner of SA Taxi and Transaction Capital Risk Services has announced its annual results for the year ended September 2018. The company reported core headline earnings growth of 18 per cent, despite a persistently challenging economic environment including increasing fuel prices. David Hurwitz, CEO of Transaction Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Virtual Reality technology becoming a big training tool for mining, here’s...

A Virtual Reality technology training system is currently in the market spearheaded by Business Science Corporation. This invention is assisting businesses like mining companies with training their employees be more ready for various accidents that might occur underground. Elton Bondi, CEO of Business Science Corporation joins CNBC Africa for more insight.
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How Netflix is funding its growth

Netflix recently issued $2 billion worth of new bonds to add to their existing $8.3 billion worth of debt. These new bonds have a term of 10.5 years. The strategy of the company has been to spend huge amounts on original content. Rashaad Tayob, Portfolio Manager at ABAX Investments joins CNBC Africa to give insight into this trend.
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Turnaround strategies made a success by a global association

South African businesses especially state owned entities continuously battle with making profits, with introduction of various turnaround strategies seemingly not taking off. One global group which is business of assisting companies ensure their turnaround strategies are a success is Turnaround Management Association. Bruce Berry, CEO of Turnaround Management Association Southern Africa joins CNBC Africa to talk about how they ensure such happens.
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AfriForum launches campaign against new Discovery Bank

Last week Discovery Group announced its intentions of launching Discovery Bank and not even a full week later, Afriforum has gathered guns with a campaign against it, saying the Bank, will discriminate against minorities on a racial basis by exclusively giving black depositors a 10 per cent share in the company. Ernst Roets, Deputy CEO of AfriForum joins CNBC Africa for more.
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‘Thomson Reuters excellence awards’ 2018 Winners announced

CNBC Africa brings you this special ‘The Thomson Reuters Excellence Awards 2018’ described as the ultimate form of recognition for excellence in business practice, partnerships, embracing technology and innovation in Africa.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/...
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Understanding the Rwandan media landscape

A few years ago, television lovers would sluggishly sit in front of their TV sets and with little or rather no choice, only watch Rwanda Television, the only station then. The tide has since changed with the influx of more other TV stations. For a look into the country's media landscape CNBC Africa is joined by Jesse Kiyingi, a Media owner and Analyst.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Ali-Baba partners with Rwanda to launch Electronic World Trade Platform

China's e-commerce giant Alibaba and the government of Rwanda launched Alibaba's Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP), making Rwanda the first African country that launches this platform that's expected to boost the country's trade with China. On this episode of Doing Business In Rwanda we pick different stakeholders' minds on this. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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How the NBA is taking over China | CNBC Sports

The NBA is the most popular sports league in China. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi travels to the world's most populous country to find out how it gained hundred...
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Invicta’s Arnold Goldstone on why they decided to settle with SARS

Industrial supplies group Invicta Holdings reported 5 per cent increase in revenue at R5.28 billion. The company also lost R200 million to taxation costs, Executive Director Arnold Goldstone joins CNBC Africa for more on the numbers.
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Growth in mining revenue lifts Barloworld’s FY earnings

Barloworld has reported strong performance in the latest numbers for the year ended 30 September 2018. The industrial group's equipment division was the biggest boost to profit for this financial year. Headline earnings per share from continuing operations were up by 18 per cent and revenue for the year increased by 2.4 per cent to R63 billion. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Dominic Sewela, CEO, Barloworld. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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