CNBC Africa outperform expectations of skeptics - KPMG West Africa
Trade between US & Sub-Saharan Africa set for continued growth
After years of friendly relati...
The impact of aviation to Africa's growth
BHP: Sale of onshore US shale assets progressing well
S.A manufacturing off to a bumper start in 2017
Nigeria floats US$3bn Dual-tranche Eurobond
Chairperson of First Bank Nigeria, Ibukun Awosika, says facilitating a process of deconstructing the structural systems that makes it difficult for women to access the finance and knowledge they need to build skills in business is key to unlocking the wealth of Africa. She discussed this and more with CNBC Africa's Christy Cole.
The U.S-China trade war continue as China has now responded to America's plan to impose a 25 percent tariff on about 1,300 Chinese products by announcing a tariff of its own on 106 U.S. goods. Brooks Spector, an associate editor at the Daily Maverick joins CNBC Africa to unpack this and the impact it will have on South Africa.
Oil prices drop in early trade Wednesday
Rwanda National Budget 2018/2019: What to expect
IoT programme aimed to empower entrepreneurs
Kenya's 20 Share Index dips below 3800 points
Across Africa, we have seen organizations investing in technology to drive innovation in agriculture. From climate-smart techniques, to the use of biotechnology we explore how technology can be a game changer for the future of agriculture in Africa. Kola Masha, Managing Director at Babban Gona and Onyeka Akumah, Co-Founder and CEO at Farmcrowdy join CNBC Africa for this discussion.
We are close to an agreement on the Mining Charter - SA's Mines Minster Mantashe
Nigeria's MPC and investor reactions
Local cement producer Cimerwa hopes to ramp up production to 600,000 tons per annum or 100 per cent by mid-2019 a move aimed to taking advantage of multinational projects including the Standard Gauge Railway and the Bugesera International Airport. On the other hand, the company hopes to tap into the rapidly growing middle class market that's presented a steady demand for cement in the country. To unpack the conversation CNBC Africa spoke to Bheki Mthembu, CEO Cimerwa.
In this episode MindSpace chats to Urvashi Ramjee, Head, Claims Management from Old Mutual; Carol-Lynn Stirrat, Occupational Therapist and then in our entrepreneur slot we speak to Professor Brian Armstrong, Wit Business School....
Equites Property Fund strives to become global
Nigeria's Ogun state seeks ways to enhance green economy