The YPO is the largest CEO leadership organisation in the world and for the second time- is holding its YPO EDGE event in Cape Town. Arton Capital is a global financial advisory firm, specializing in Investor Programs for Residence and Citizenship around the world and also owns the passport index and its President, Armand Arton joins CNBC Africa to discuss the business of globalisation against the rising sentiments of anti-globalisation.
PE firm Synergy Capital acquires Dimension Data's subsidiaries in Nigeria, Ghana
It was the lowest voter turnout in the 20 year democratic history of Africa’s most populous nation but despite that, and an economy that has failed to recover since the recession of 2016 and the unenviable status of being the world poverty capital- many Nigerians voted for Muhammadu Buhari’s APC party- why did so many Nigerians vote for same old? Bongo Adi, Senior Lecturer at Lagos Business School joins CNBC Africa for more. http://cnbc.africa/videos/...
As private equity investments in Africa continue to grow, Adeyemi Osindero, CEO of Uhuru Capital is poised to tap into them. His company is seeing great potential in Ghana and the broader West African block. He spoke to CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi at the YPO Edge conference in Cape Town, South Africa.
Ghana is looking to attract foreign capital by improving its business environment with the announcement of 10 new measures. Meanwhile, the country is seeking a $750 million U.S dollar bridge loan from Stanchart and Standard bank. John Gatsi, Head; Finance Department at the University of Cape Coast joins CNBC Africa to discuss Ghana’s funding strategy as it prepares to exit the IMF programme.
Tenants can now get rewarded for paying their rents on time and looking after the property well. This is now made possible by a new cell phone App that is being launched here in South Africa. The Co-Founder and CEO of Flow Gil Sperling joins CNBC Africa for more.
CNBC Africa's Arnold Segawa caught up with Niall Kramer, CEO of the South African Oil and Gas Alliance about implementing clear and certain commercial policy around renewable energies in South Africa.
Adekunle Gold gives tips on how to make it in music
The Bank of Ghana recently announced 23 banks in the country as fit for operations following the increment in the minimum capital requirement for commercial banks to 400 million Ghanaian Cedi. Collins Appiah, Economic Advisor at Services Integrity Savings and Loans joins CNBC Africa from Ghana to assess the impact of Ghana’s banking reforms on the sector.
Access to quality healthcare is an all elusive ambition for most Africans says Dr Elikem Tamaklo, MD of Nyaho Medical Centre in Ghana. He spoke to CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi about how they are working to change this narrative by offering innovative medical solutions, and Nyaho Medical Centre's hope to bridge the divide between technology, medicine and people.
Financial services group, FNB, is reporting strong financial performance from their retail and commercial Segments in South Africa. For the rest of Africa, FNB, saw profits lift 21 per cent. Joining CNBC Africa for more is Jacques Celliers, CEO, FNB....
Paxful, a peer to peer bitcoin market-place launched its second school in Rwanda under the #builtwithbitcoin initiative that began in 2017. Ray Youssef, CEO, and Co-Founder of Paxful joins CNBC Africa to shed more light on this as well as the appetite for digital currencies in Africa.
Digital Finance and the Democratisation of the African Economy is the topic of this panel discussion at the Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2018 Knowledge Event held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania this month. Panellists discuss how digital finance is changing the nature of African economies by expanding financial inclusion to low-income individuals, small-scale entrepreneurs and rural communities. They also address technological innovation and the effects digital financial services are having on individuals, the financial and real sectors as well as overall economic development, with an eye to what to expect in the future. http://cnbc.africa/videos/...
The CEO of the Dangote foundation, Zouera Youssou says Nigeria's malnutrition rate is undermining progress towards improving child health and survival, and is putting the brakes on economic development. She joined CNBC Africa to discuss ways Africa can combat malnutrition.
Kenyan manufacturers unveil policy agenda for industrialisation
Zee Phele of Geen Babalaz has go-to hangover cure and joins CNBC Africa to talk about entering the local food and beverage market in SA.
Former South African President...
Stena Recycling one of the leading recycling firm present in over 170 locations in the Nordic countries and in Poland says it is interested in investing in Rwanda. Benny Hallberg, in charge of the paper and plastic production unit spoke to CNBC Africa on where they see opportunities for investment in Rwanda and the larger East Africa region. http://cnbc.africa/videos/...