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Business Leadership South Africa congratulates new ANC leadership

Business Leadership South Africa congratulates the ANC delegates on the election of the new leadership team led by president Cyril Ramaphosa. We call upon the...

Victory for Ramaphosa, but not a loss for Zuma

Geoff Blount | BayHill Capital This is a win for Cyril Ramaphosa, but given the make-up of the new NEC, this is not necessarily a...

Senegal’s GDP growth to top 6% in 2017 for third year...

Senegal’s GDP growth is expected to exceed 6 percent in 2017 for the third year in a row, the International Monetary Fund said in...
This is how to create inclusive growth for an Aspiring Africa

Top 4 African tech trends to look out for

Lexi Novitske | Singularity Investments.   A decade ago, mobile phones propelled the beginnings of Africa’s tech wave through the arrival of mobile money - today,...
Nedbank shows solid growth in Q3

Nedbank Chief Executive’s Open Letter To The New ANC President, Ramaphosa

Dear Mr Cyril Ramaphosa Congratulations on your election as the 14th President of the African National Congress. You have been elected at a vital time for...

Black Business Council congratulates Cyril Ramaphosa as newly elected president of...

By: Black Business Council  The Black Business Council (BBC) would like to congratulate South Africa’s Deputy President Mr Cyril Ramaphosa as the newly elected President of...

Zimbabwe military chief looks set for vice presidency

The head of Zimbabwe’s military looks set to be appointed vice president as the government said on Monday he would retire pending “redeployment” in...

South African rand drops from nine-month high

South Africa’s rand was slightly weaker in early trade on Tuesday, retreating from a nine-month high notched in the previous session after Cyril Ramaphosa...
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Banks are moving jobs out of London because of Brexit –...

London’s long been the banking capital of Europe, with the financial services sector employing 1.1 million people in the U.K. in 2016. CNBC's Silvia Amaro reports on which cities are trying to steal London's title. ----- Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinternational/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CNBCi

South Africa’s Ramaphosa wins election as ANC president

Reuters and CNBC Africa South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa became president of the ANC on Monday after a vote decribed as the most pivotal...

Voting for ANC Top 6 has been completed. Counting underway

Voting for the new leader of South Africa’s ruling ANC ended on Monday about ten hours after delegates began casting ballots for either Deputy...

South Africa’s ANC votes for new leadership

Battle lines were drawn on Monday for South Africa’s ANC as voting began to elect a new leader to succeed President Jacob Zuma as...

Nigerian oil union begins nationwide strike

The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) has begun a nationwide strike over the laying off of its workers, its...

South African rand steadies as ANC votes for new leader

South Africa’s rand steadied early on Monday, giving up earlier gains as the ruling African National Congress voted to elect a new leader to...

Op-Ed: Steinhoff scandal points to major gaps in stopping unethical corporate...

Jannie Rossouw | University of the Witwatersrand A corporate scandal unfolding around one of the largest businesses coming out of South Africa, Steinhoff, has become a...

Factbox: Key players in South Africa’s ANC leadership race

South Africa’s ruling African National Congress elects a new party leader to succeed President Jacob Zuma at a conference starting on Saturday. The winner will...

Artificial intelligence is neither friend nor foe for Africa- It’s both!

With the right education and development of skills African youth can be the pioneers of the digital revolution.

Some South Africa students to get free education: Zuma

South Africa will raise subsidies to universities to 1 percent of gross domestic product over the next five years from nearly 0.7 percent at...

South Africa to take tough decisions to grow economy – Gigaba

South Africa’s government will take “necessary tough decisions” to stabilise public debt and grow the economy, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Saturday. “We will...

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa says elections must be credible, free and fair

Zimbabwe’s new President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Friday the ruling ZANU-PF party should aim to always compete in elections which are credible, free and...
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