"Eskom is teetering on the brink.The delegation wants to talk to its investors in Davos to try to persuade them not to pull their money.
IMF Global Report released.
Chris Bishop argues that perhaps Davos needs to up the action rather than more words if it is to avoid more of that most dangerous kind of person - man with nothing to lose.
How Eskom insiders forced Ramaphosa’s move on board
‘Shaping the Future of Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development’ is one of the themes that will be tackled at the icy slopes of Davos this Week. It’s estimated that the global infrastructure backlog stands at about $1trillion. Here in Africa – that number stands at around $100billion, according to figures from the African Development Bank. The problem is, demand for infrastructure far outstrips supply. We see this every day – in terms of demand for housing, healthcare, education, and transport as a few examples. If we don’t close the gap – we will find it very difficult to achieve any form of inclusive economic growth.
Wall Street records still have legs to run says investor
Dr Ola Orekunrin, Founder of Flying Doctors Nigeria Air Ambulance, formed the regional air ambulance service after tragedy struck, she wanted to make sure that no one dies because they are at the wrong place at the wrong time
Russia’s VTB is in talks with Angola on changing the terms of, and extending, a $1.5 billion loan, the bank’s Chief Executive Andrey Kostin...
Trade union Fedusa is considering laying criminal charges against Steinhoff directors
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has rejected a call by Egypt for World Bank arbitration in a dispute over a hydroelectric dam Addis Ababa is...
Platinum miner Lonmin reported a 65 percent drop in 2017 profit on Monday as the company took a $1.1 billion impairment charge after a...
As global leaders in Business, civil society and labour meet at the 48th annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, we discuss the geopolitics which they meet under. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss Africa’s place in the global agenda and the current threats facing the world from climate change to nuclear war is Peter Fabricius, Researcher at the Institute for Security Studies.
The International Monetary Fund Executive Committee has approved extension of Rwanda's eighth Policy Support Instrument (PSI) review and disbursement of a credit facility worth $25.8 million. This cements optimism in the country's progress and reduction of external imbalances. Ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, CNBC Africa is joined for an update from Claver Gatete, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning.
Nigeria’s central bank said on Monday a key interest rate setting meeting intended for January 22-23 will not be held.
The crocodile must sharpen up to snap up investors.
You have to hand it to the South African delegation that will head to the freezing slopes of the Alps in Davos, Switzerland, this week for the World Economic Forum. Their optimism in the face of a difficult task as steep as a Davos ski slope, verges on bravery.
Aspen’s CEO discusses his relationship with Steinhoff’s former CEO Markus Jooste Wiese’s selloff.
Marc Le Pape, École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) and Jean-Hervé Bradol, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme (FMSH) – USPC They are...
Jannie Rossouw, University of the Witwatersrand South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC), recently adopted a resolution to nationalise the country’s central bank....
Steinhoff International Holdings NV said on Thursday that Jayendra Naidoo resigned as a member of its supervisory board to focus his efforts on the...