Tag: #wefdavos

Sipho Pityana calls for tougher punishment for the corrupt

Sipho Pityana, the newly elected president of Business Unity South Africa, called on South African government to take harsher actions against crooks and corporates involved in corruption. He spoke to the CNBC Africa team stationed at this year's World Economic Forum Meeting.

Transnet’s plan to attract investment in #Davos

One of South Africa's biggest railway companies Transnet is set to engage with key players globally in order to attract investment which will boost economic growth. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters caught up with Tau Morwe, Transnet's Acting Group Chief Executive and Popo Molefe, Chairperson of Transnet to find out more about Transnet's participation at the World Economic Forum.

The integrity of the JSE is unyielding at #WEF2019, says JSE chair Nonkululeko Nyembezi

Our CNBC Africa anchor Fifi Peters caught up with the chairperson of the JSE Nonkululeko Nyembezi who spoke about the integrity of the JSE on an international platform, how WEF conversations will aid business in SA and how SA is challenging climate change.

Bonang Mohale: How SA is regaining investor confidence

CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters caught up with Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership South Africa who sounds his confidence at the South African good story being shared there.

Mokgweetsi Masisi on what makes Botswana attractive to investors

CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters caught up with Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi who discussed his optimism for attracting investment and business opportunities for Botswana.

Lesetja Kganyago on how global headwinds are going to impact SA

Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago discusses the impact of global economic risks on monetary policy and the need for the financial sector to tackle cybercrime robustly.

MTN to list in Nigeria this year: Shuter

MTN CEO Rob Shuter met with Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange at WEF about plans to list this year. This is what was discussed.

In the future ethane will be more important than the oil price for Sasol: Cornell

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters caught up with Bongani Nqwababa, and Stephen Cornell, who are Joint Presidents and Chief Executive Officers for Sasol South Africa and America respectively. Among the topics explored in the interview are the 4th Industrial Revolution and shaping a new framework for globalisation; shale gas and Sasol’s outlook on the oil price in the next 5 years; as well as investor confidence in Mozambique and the State of Capture Inquiry in South Africa.