Tag: PSG

#SpecialBudget2020: Did finmin Mboweni’s supplementary budget meet expectations?

Tertia Jacobs, Treasury Economist at Investec and Ronald King, Head: Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs at PSG join CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters to breakdown the supplementary budget presented by finance minister Tito Mboweni.

Here’s what PSG plans to do with its Capitec windfall

PSG will soon close the curtain on its reign as Capitec’s largest shareholder. The investment holding group last night revealed long waited plans on how it would offload its majority shareholding in Capitec. PSG CEO, Piet Mouton joins CNBC Africa for more.

PSG’s Capitec unbundling: Who are the takers?

Joining CNBC Africa for a look at the local markets is Anthea Gardner, Managing Partner at Cartesian Capital.

Football fans to enjoy Rwandan coffee, tea at PSG’s Parc des Princes stadium

This week it was announced that Rwanda had signed a lifestyle partnership deal with popular French football club, Paris Saint Germain (PSG); part of that deal will see the team's stadium, Parc des Princes, sell Rwandan coffee and tea exclusively to their patrons. Cynthia Uwacu, who's in charge of Export Market Development at the National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB) joins CNBC Africa for more.

RDB CEO: Here’s how the Rwanda-PSG deal differs from Arsenal’s

CEO of Rwanda Development Board (RDB) made an announcement about a brand new partnership between Rwanda and French football Giant, Paris Saint Germain making it the country's second major deal with an international football club in 2 years. Clare Akamanzi, CEO of Rwanda Development Board joins CNBC Africa for more.

Rwanda announces lifestyle partnership with French football giant PSG

CEO of Rwanda Development Board (RDB) made an announcement about a brand new partnership between Rwanda and French football giant, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) making it the country's second major deal with an international football club in 2 years. CEO of Rwanda Development Board, Clare Akamanzi joins CNBC Africa for more.

PSG’s Piet Mouton on outlook for PSG Alpha, why Capitec is still a long term buy

PSG’s share price was down by almost 2 per cent after reporting that its sum-of-the-parts value as at 18 April stood at of R329.73 per share. The investment group’s dividend for the year was up 10 per cent to R4.56 per share. It also said good-bye to its chairman and founder Jannie Mouton during the year in review. PSG CEO Piet Mouton joins CNBC Africa for more.
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