Tag: #saelections2019

Ayanda Dlodlo on reconfiguring Ramaphosa’s new government

CNBC Africa's Karabo Letlhatlha caught up with outgoing Minister of Public Service and Administration Ayanda Dlodlo at the inauguration that was held on Saturday, Dlodlo was tasked by Cyril Ramaphosa to reconfigure a new government and administration for the new lean government that president Cyril Ramaphosa wants to see.

Has the #SAElections2019 tarnished brand IEC, Bidvest & Lithotech?

For the first time since the birth of democracy, South Africa’s election credibility has been called into question due to the ease of being able to wipe off the indelible ink marks on a voter’s thumb. The company that supplied the ink is Lithotech, a division of Bidvest, to find out what this means for these brands CNBC Africa is joined by Jeremy Sampson, Managing Director, Brand Finance Africa.

Tracking global market reaction post #SAElections2019

The impacts of possible outcomes of elections will have ramifications on the global market outlook and foreign direct investment. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the country's place in a global market is William Attwell, Practice Leader, Sub-Saharan Africa, Duckerfrontier.

ANC holds special NEC meeting

After winning by landslide, South Africa's newly elected ruling party, managed to hold on to its sixth term at the head of office. The African National Congress held a special National Executive Committee in Tshwane.

BLF will continue to make a noise, in parliament or not

Andile Mngxitama, leader of Black First Land First is of the opinion that BLF had been "robbed". He sees the ANC, DA and EFF as a single party representing White Monopoly Capital in Parliament. He spoke to Karabo Letlahtlha at the IEC.

Journalist arrested, charged for fraud

Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo, spokesperson for joint operations intelligence structure and national police spokesperson spoke to CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha about investigations into allegations of double voting.

Election results show a maturing democracy – Ace Magashule

Many factors contributed to the ANC's loss of 5 percentage points at the polls, said ANC General Secretary Ace Magashule. Yet, the results are also a sign of a maturing democracy. He spoke to CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha at the IEC, also addressing questions about corruption, South Africa's position in the global economy, and reform within the ANC.

Peter Armitage on why there’s no value left in Steinhoff

Steinhoff’s share price tumbled over 20 per cent after its financial results for 2017 revealed that the company’s legal troubles could pose long term threats to the future of the company. This has shed doubt on its ability to continue as a going concern as legal related troubles continue to pile on, and insurmountable debt. Peter Armitage, CEO, Anchor Capital.
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