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What’s behind Libstar’s 20% share plunge?

Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the mix of global and local market news is Cobus Potgieter, Portfolio Manager at AIP Capital Management.
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What is the cost of delaying Nigeria’s petroleum industry bill?

Nigeria's oil and gas industry stakeholders say the country is fast losing its comparative advantage with the delay in the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill. CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa spoke to Adeoye Adefulu, Partner at Odujinrin and Adefulu to discuss this story.
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Stanbic IBTC Holdings profits up in first-half

Stanbic IBTC Holdings recorded a 78.6 percent rise in half-year Profit after Tax to 43.1 billion naira. Yinka Sanni, Chief Executive Officer of Stanbic IBTC Holdings joins CNBC Africa to break down the numbers. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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SA’s Deep Fried Man takes on Shaun Abrahams, Mugabe and Omarosa

With a blend of music, comedy and satire, South Africa's Deep Fried Man has created a unique way to laugh and sing at the country's political blunders. Ahead of his fifth solo show, he sat down with CNBC Africa's Karabo Letlhatlha.
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Women of Influence: Nopasika Lila on running one of SA’s biggest...

Nopasika Lila, CEO and Principal Officer at Eskom Pension and Provident Fund discusses what it means to be the first black woman to head up one of the largest pension funds in South Africa.
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How do tariffs work? | CNBC Explains

The U.S. imports more than $500 billion worth of goods from China, of which some goods are subject to a customs duty. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explains how...
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SA remembers Marikana massacre victims

In the aftermath of the commemoration of the infamous Marikana mining massacre that claimed 44 lives in August 2012 – there is dispute between management and unions over what should be done for the victims. One of the great complaints is that very little has been done so far – now there is argument over the next step. CNBC Africa's Lubabalo Mashiqana filed this report.
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SA needs to take responsibility for a weak rand – Analyst

The Turkish Lira decline has unfortunately left a bad taste in the mouth of global investors when looking at the rand and other emerging markets currencies. The strengthening dollar will likely begin to dent exports later on this year says Anthony Ginsberg, Managing Director at GinsGlobal Index Funds Ltd. He joins CNBC Africa for more. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Emerging markets’ volatility provides an investment opportunity – Fund Manager

CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke to Neville Chester, Portfolio Manager at Coronation about their strategy of navigating market volatility.
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Visa, Maxcom Africa partner to start operations in Tanzania

Global payments leader Visa has announced it is establishing a strategic partnership with a local Tanzanian-owned company Maxcom Africa. For more on this deal CNBC Africa is joined by Deogratius Lazari, Commercial Director at Maxcom Africa.
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Business success secrets of entrepreneurs you need to know

With a majority of African nations diversifying from traditional sources of income, entrepreneurship is increasingly seen as a key to economic growth; Sean Drake, Founder and Entrepreneur of The Wealth Project joins CNBC Africa with seven secrets of what it takes for an entrepreneur to turn a business idea into reality.
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MindSpace TV EP6: Hosts Thabiso Makgoka of Mokibelo Investment Holdings...

In this episode MindSpace chats to to Michelle Acton, Principal Consultant at Old Mutual Corporate Consultants about Old Mutual's Umbrella funds, and then in our entrepreneur slot we speak to Thabiso Makgoka, MD of Mokibelo Investment Holdings.
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Cryptocurrency trading with Ran Neu-Ner: Can India become a Blockchain powerhouse?

In this episode, Crypto-trader Ran Neu-Ner visits India to uncover its Blockchain industry and interviews the biggest names in the Crypto World.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/crypto-trader/
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Nigerian Fintech start-up secures $13mn Series A to expand across Africa

Fintech start up Mines secured a 13 million-dollar Series A funding to invest in talent acquisition and expand in Africa, South America, and South-East Asia; Adia Sowho, Mines, Managing Director for Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to share more details on this development.
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Lonmin CEO Ben Magara on what has changed since # Marikana...

Lonmin CEO, Ben Magara spoke to CNBC Africa at the sixth anniversary of the Marikana massacre about compensation and reform in the mines.
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Old Mutual’s Grant Watson on navigating emerging markets volatility

Protecting capital in emerging markets is becoming increasingly difficult amid heightened trade tensions between the US and China and economic strain in Turkey and Argentina. CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters caught up with Grant Watson, Fund Manager at Old Mutual at the GIBS Annual Investor Summit in Johannesburg. She asked him whether the Turkish crisis was just short term pain or a longer term risk.
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Truworths’ outlook is positive, says CEO Michael Mark

South African fashion retailer Truworths reported a 7.3 per cent fall in annual profit. Truworths' diluted headline earnings per share for the 52 weeks to July 1 declined to 612.7 cents compared to the 53-week prior period. Truworths CEO, Michael Mark joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Higher coal prices lift Exxaro’s earnings

JSE listed resources group, Exxaro Resources reported a 14 per cent increase in its interim revenue to R12.3 billion. CNBC Africa is joined by Exxaro CEO, Mxolisi Mgojo for more. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Adapt IT reveals solid FY earnings

Adapt IT reported a 14 per cent jump in full year headline earnings per share, driven by higher sales mainly from acquisitions. The bulk of this growth was driven by the acquisition of Micros South Africa hospitality group. The share price has jumped more than 2 per cent on the news. Adapt IT CEO Sbu Shabalala joins CNBC Africa to unpack the numbers. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Can technology lure Africa’s youth into agriculture?

African countries are looking for ways to engage the youth to participate in agriculture by using ICT as they bid to boost job opportunities and strengthening efforts against hunger. Will the August 20th to 21st 2018 meeting on youth and agriculture provide solutions to this puzzle? Gaulbert Gbehounou, FAO Country representative in Rwanda joins CNBC Africa for more.
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