This weekend saw the big birthday bash as the ANC celebrated its 106th anniversary but what happened when the party confetti settled down? CNBC Africa reporter, Aviwe Mtila joins me to wrap the party that was.
Rwandans speak out on new high cost of car insurance
Rwanda insurers disclose reasons for hike in car insurance premiums
As the world's third biggest hotel chain, Intercontinental Hotels finalizes its exit from Nigeria, CNBC Africa had a chat with Trevor Ward, Managing Director, W Hospitality Group to discuss what to expect from Nigeria's hospitality industry this year.
DeBeers launched its 2017 Diamond Conference in Botswana, bringing together key Industry Stakeholders in this episode we look at how DeBeers plans to use diamond profits and its impact in the industry to tackle social justice issues such as the lack of education and women’s empowerment.
Ramaphosa might be good for business but what about the man on the street?
Five years ago, Rwanda established the Rwanda Green Fund, known locally as FONERWA, to invest in public and private projects that align with the country's commitment to building a green economy. The fund has so far mobilised approximately over US $100 million (Rwf 80 billion) and approved more than 35 investments in climate resilient initiatives.
Barely 17 months to go before the next national elections in South Africa, the Ruling African National Congress has new leadership but the old still stands in the way. Will the movement be able to rid itself of state capture allegations and win the citizenry back? ANC veteran and Chairperson of Corruption Watch, Mavuso Msimang discusses the Cyril Ramaphosa presidency and why Zuma’s must end now.
It is one of the most talked about subjects in the world. In this episode of Crypto Trader's Ran Neu-Ner is joined by a team of experts to discuss the Bitcoin fork, initial coin offerings on the radar of venture capitalists and block chain.
Why urban planning is crucial for the development of Rwanda's cities
Zuma is out: It’s not a matter of if; it’s a matter of when – analyst
Football star Samuel Eto'o’s gift for African street players
How to turn $45mn into a billion dollars with hamburgers
South Korea doesn't plan to ban bitcoin, but regulate it - sources
Kenya Airways unveils first ever non-stop direct flights to United States
Widely considered ANC Royalty and lifelong member, Lindiwe Sisulu is aiming to become the first female president of the party in its 105 years history. Will history be made and will it carry her over the finish line? CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha sits down with President Candidate, Lindiwe Sisulu.