Financial inclusion on the continent was the theme for the Partnership for Financial Inclusion 2018 Knowledge Event hosted by the IFC and the Mastercard Foundation in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania earlier this month. CNBC Africa was there for 2 days of in-depth discussions and brings you this highlight special. http://cnbc.africa/videos/...
Investing in Africa's education
CNBC Africa spoke with South Africa's youngest minister heading up the department of Science and Technology, Mmamoloko Kubayi to reflect on the legacy left by mam Winnie and we also spoke about driving inclusive growth in the science and technology space.
Emerging market currencies were rattled on Friday, could this single an interest rate hike for South Africa? FNB Wealth and Investments’ Wayne McCurrie gives his views.
19 million international migrants moved within Africa in 2017 while the continent received 5.5 million migrants from outside. That’s according to UNCTAD’s Africa Economic development reports for 2018 which further indicates that Intra-Africa migration could boost growth and positively transform the structure of the continent’s economy. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Junior Roy Davis Senior Economist, UNCTAD. http://cnbc.africa/videos/
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Joining CNBC Africa to focus on family businesses and whether they can survive in the long term is Roch Hennessy - a descendant of the founder of the iconic cognac brand.
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