Tag: Chris Bishop
“These people don’t have the good will and were doing something they were told not to do. Some were opening up a street bash at midnight. Some were taking bush chairs and sitting under trees to drink.
“Our business is bringing people together and the outbreak simply stopped people coming together."
Shaping inclusive growth and shared futures in 4IR: WEF Africa holds media briefing ahead of WEF 2019
The World Economic Forum (WEF) held a pre-meeting press conference with South Africa's Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni. CNBC Africa’s Head of Programming Chris Bishop unpacks events that unfolded.
Get thee behind me brother
Tanzanian tycoon, author and philanthropist Reginald Mengi has died at the age of 75. He is one of the richest people in Africa and was also known for his business in media, consumer goods but mostly the charity work of sending hundreds of Tanzanian children with heart diseases to India for treatments. For more on his legacy, CNBC Africa's Head of Programming and Author of Africa's Billionaires Chris Bishop joins for more.
DRC elections: Downpours,no internet drudgery and a fisherman’s find on the way to a Mandela- inspired tomorrow?
Felix Tshisekedi, the son of a former minister who studied in Belgium and set up his own delivery business in Brussels after years working in the Post Office, is fighting it out with former Exxon Mobil manage rand opposition lawmaker Martin Fayulu and the man with Kabila’s vote, former interior minister Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary.
Like many understated heroes he was a mild-mannered gentlemen who wore his eminence lightly.