Equity Group Holdings Plc recently launched its fintech subsidiary, Finserve, signalling a future defined by disruptive innovation beyond the group’s current financial services. Joining CNBC Africa from Nairobi is Jack Ngare, Finserve Africa Managing Director. http://cnbc.africa/videos/
The digital revolution has made is accessible for independent films to thrive. In the last few years the South African film industry has used the digital platform to showcase some world class filmmaking. One such film is Five Fingers; CNBC Africa is joined by its producer, Sean Drummond.
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What you need to know about data changes coming SA’s way
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Kenya's National Treasury has proposed to tax betting, gaming, lottery and prizes at 50 per cent in the 2017/18 annual budget. If implemented,...
Building institutions to tackle corruption
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At the 5th Regional Forum for the Partnership for Skills in Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology (PASET) happening in Kigali, African countries are encouraged to invest in digital skills among the youth in higher learning institutions and TVETs to harness the potential of technologies. CNBC Africa spoke with Hafez Ghanem, Vice President for Africa, World Bank for more on this. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
Gina Din-Kariuki founded the Gina Din Group in 1997 when public relations was a very nascent industry in Kenya. She talks about her entrepreneurship journey and the future of public relations in Africa.
With a special focus on women this month, one of the issues that many women still face is the pay gap experience at a professional and unskilled level. Today we have 3 women with 3 reports looking at the data they have researched on the gender pay gap in South Africa. Joining CNBC Africa for this discussion are Beverley Hancock, Head of Appoint at Sirdar Group, Lindiwe Sebesh, Executive Committee Member of the South African Reward Association and Siobhan Zurnamer, Lead Researcher at Girrafe.
The power to disrupt
South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan delivers his toughest speech yet, sharing insights on the economy and tax changes.
Nigeria's headline Inflation for May declined by 87 basis points to 11.6 per cent; this represents a 16-month consecutive decline on a year-on-year basis. Andrew Nevin, Chief Economist at PWC Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss this. http://cnbc.africa/videos/
The Henley Royal Regatta is one of the most famous rowing events in the world. For five days, thousands of spectators will come and watch a wide range...
Africa has seen an upsurge in violent terrorist attacks. Kenya's recent Nairobi hotel bombing and shooting killed more than 14 people, an attack claimed by the Islamic militant group Al-Shabaab. To speak more on security & countering potential terrorist attacks CNBC Africa is joined by Akinola Olojo, Senior Researcher at Institute for Security Studies.
Johannesburg Philharmonic orchestra re-launch
By 2024, Rwanda will have achieved universal access to electricity according to government’s targets. In trying to reach this target, the country is at the same time embracing clean and affordable energy which Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call for. Patricie Uwase, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Infrastructure joins CNBC Africa for more.
Diamond Bank launches artificial intelligence powered Chatbot ‘Ada’