On this CNBC Africa special the Premier of South Africa’s Gauteng Province David Makhura and other panellists discuss opportunities for robust trade and investment with Ghana, as the province seeks to extend economic partnerships in West Africa.
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Mathews Phosa on addressing SA's economic decline
Financial instability risk from the KPMG saga
Increasing youth participation in science
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The Central Bank of Rwanda (CBR) is set to issue another three year maturity period treasury bond early next week in a bid to raise capital to finance infrastructure projects. To discuss the latest T-bond issuance, Celestin Rwabakumba, CEO of the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) joins CNBC Africa for more.
Orange Cote d'Ivoire fire an 'act of sabotage’
Mercer and Alexander Forbes have joined forces to create a Pan African benefits solution called Arrive, which spans across solutions to health, wealth and career. The collaboration is its first of its kind between two companies which is providing the most comprehensive benefit services across Africa. Craig Bentley, Managing Executive of Coverage at Alexander Forbes joins CNBC Africa for more.
On 26th August, Kenya sent off its inaugural shipment of crude oil, becoming the first East African nation to join the ranks of petroleum-exporting countries. On what this means for the country's economy and the country's investments, Coordinator at Kenya Civil Society Platform on Oil and Gas, Charles Wanguhu joins CNBC Africa for more.
IFC earmarks R1.2bn for women businesses
Ijaw youths demands 70% ownership of modular refineries
Pan-African e-commerce giant Jumia has suspended its Marketplace business in Cameroon. Jumia did not publicly announce its imminent closure in the country and the move took many customers and local staff by surprise – CNBC Africa's Arnold Kwizera spoke to Tech entrepreneur, Rebecca Enonchong on the latest move by Jumia.
As Nigeria plans to wriggle out of recession, states are thinking deeper on ways to be self-sufficient. Rivers state plans to significantly increase its...
Ex-Nigerian Finance Minister Kalu Idika Kalu speaks on monetary policy and recession
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