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Renaissance Capital’s Temi Popoola on how to industrialise Africa amid global trade tensions

The CEO for Nigeria at Renaissance Capital, Temi Popoola says technology presents Africa with a unique opportunity to leapfrog the challenges of the past. He also described the theme of this year’s AfreximBank Annual Meetings as timely. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole.

Workspace Global CEO Sydney Sam on opportunities in brand marketing

Being creative is difficult and building a business based on creativity can be even harder, but Sydney Sam has found a way to create pan African brands, through his company Workspace Global and has even attracted clientele such as the World Bank. He spoke to CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi about what it takes to be a successful brand agency.

Outlook for Nigeria’s palm oil industry

Cordros Securities says palm oil industry players had to grapple with a twofold setback in domestic Crude Palm Oil prices and benign volume growth in the first quarter of the year. Mustapha Wahab, Equity Research Analyst at Cordros Securities joins CNBC Africa to unpack this report.

The future of Nigeria’s telecoms sector

Airtel Africa says it intends to list its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange at the same time as the London Listing. Airtel Africa.

Nigeria, Russia seek to strengthen trade ties

Nigeria's Ambassador to Russia, Steve Ugbah says African Ambassadors have been lamenting about Russia's absence in the continent, and events like Afreximbank's 2019 Annual meetings in Moscow will present African countries the chance to explore opportunities in Russia.

Nigeria’s All-Share Index starts week in the red

Market bellwethers Dangote Cement and MTN Nigeria led Monday's decline as Nigeria's equities market started the week in the red. Jolomi Odonghanro, Head of Research at Cordros Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.

NSE top gainers & losers for the week: GT Bank, MTN Nigeria, Dangote Cement

Nigeria’s equities market closed negative last week as the All-Share Index shed 1.3 per cent week-on-week. Ifedayo Olowoporoku, Analyst at Vetiva joins CNBC Africa for more.
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