Tag: Development Bank of Southern Africa

DBSA’s Patrick Dlamini on what the R100bn Infrastructure Fund means for SA

The R100 billion infrastructure promise made by President Ramaphosa to set up a fund in 2018 is gaining traction. Today,a Memorandum of Agreement was signed by government and the Development Bank of Southern Africa.

DBSA on how investment in infrastructure can help African economies recover from COVID-19

The Development Bank of Southern Africa is playing its part in the development of the continent, with the bank announcing a number of financing initiatives, as COVID-19 continues to ravage economies. In the latest project, DBSA has disbursed R4.5 billion in loans to South African metros. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss these projects is Mohan Vivekananda, Group Executive in Client Coverage & Origination at the DBSA.

Vodacom chairman to retire in July

The chairman of Vodacom Group, Jabu Moleketi, will step down from the board and retire on July 21, the South African telecoms firm said on Friday.

This is the cost on DBSA for bailing out SAA

The Development Bank of Southern Africa is bailing out SAA with a total amount of R3.5 billion, so what does this mean for the company's bonds. CNBC Africa is joined by Rashaad Tayob, Fund Manager, Abax Investments to find out what will unfold for DBSA.

Op-Ed: SA’s is on an unsustainable economic path, these are the urgent interventions needed

Lungisa Fuzile, Chief Executive of Standard Bank South Africa examines what action needs to take place to fix SA's economy.

Africa Investment Forum: DBSA, East African Community sign MoU for project development & implementation

The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) and the East African Community (EAC) have signed an MoU for project development and implementation. Key sectors will include IT, infrastructure and healthcare. CNBC Africa'a Kopano Gumbi spoke to Bernard Mono, Head of Finance at East Africa Development Bank and Mohan Vivekanandan, Group Executive, Origination and Coverage at the DBSA.

Rwanda’s plans to expand on public spaces, social projects for Vision 2020

The City of Kigali this week made it to the Forbes’ list of the 20 best places to visit in 2020. Also, a fundraiser organised by Ellen DeGeners has generated about $5 million in efforts to raise funds for conservation of mountain gorillas in Rwanda. Finally, the Development Bank of Southern Africa has entered into Rwanda's financial sector. To breakdown this stories and what has been making rounds in the country, TV and Multimedia Editor of New Times, Olivia Ikilezi joins CNBC Africa.

DBSA: Where we see investment opportunities in Rwanda

The Development Bank of Southern Africa has entered into the Rwandan market. The financial institution will be working closely with Development Bank of Rwanda to finance infrastructure projects by both the public and private sectors, with key focus in the transport, energy, utility services and ICT sectors. Head of Coverage: Financial Institutions, SADC Region at DBSA, Mdu Dlamini joins CNBC Africa for more.
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