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SA’s top google trending searches of 2018

CNBC Africa social media correspondent Busi Lethole joins CNBC Africa to unpack an interesting report about what South Africans are typing in to their Google search engines.
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Sibanye-Stillwater’s Neal Froneman clears the air on Amcu strike

The three week Amcu strike against Sibanye-Stillwater at their South African gold operations has supposedly come to an end. Has Amcu stopped the strike and taken the extended wage offer put on the table? Neal Froneman, CEO, Sibanye-Stillwater joins me CNBC Africa for more.
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IATF offers so much promise for Africa to trade with itself...

Simon Tiemtore, Chairman of Vista Bank Group says the on-going Intra-Africa Trade Fair is a huge opportunity to promote trade on the continent. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Godfrey Mutizwa.
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Nigeria’s November inflation rises as food prices surge

Nigeria's November consumer inflation rose to 11.28 per cent as the cost of food surged. This represents a slight increase compared to 11.26 recorded in October. Bosun Obembe, Currency Trader at Access bank joins CNBC Africa for a review of activities in Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market this week and an outlook on next week’s trading.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Durban is ready to host the next Intra-African Trade Fair –...

Phindile Makwakwa, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Tourism Kwa-Zulu Natal spoke to CNBC Africa about business tourism in the province and hosting the next Intra-African Trade Fair.
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IATF a huge opportunity for African businesses to trade – Loukil...

On the side-lines of the ongoing Intra Africa Trade forum in Cairo, Egypt, Bassem Loukil, CEO of Loukil Group described the forum as a Business-to-Business opportunity to study and put forward all pending problems associated with trade within Africa. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole.
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Potential US yield curve in 2019 shows looming recession

George Herman, Director and CIO at Citadel spoke to CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters about the potential for US yield curve to invert in 2019, recession fears and the implications for South Africa.
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Artistic Director James Ngcobo reflects on his career journey

He has been on our silver screens and big screens. He has directed some globally acclaimed theatre shows like Suitcase, Thirst and Songs of Migration which have toured internationally. CNBC Africa is joined by Actor, Director and Artistic Director for Market Theatre, James Ngcobo.
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Amcu dismisses talk that Sibanye Stillwater strike is over

CNBC Africa reporter Karabo Letlhatlha is joined by Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu) president Joseph Mathunjwa to give update on the Sibanye Stillwater strike action.
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Africans who want a slice of Uber can soon invest, this...

The ride hailing app Uber is revving up for African market expansion and gearing up for its latest technological features to be introduced in South Africa. Uber continues revolutionising itself amid the country's tough economic times and much contestation from competition in South Africa. Uber's General Manager of Uber Sub-Saharan Africa, Alon Lits joins CNBC Africa for more.
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A look back into the year 2018: An entrepreneur’s perspective

As 2018 draws to an end and move into 2019, CNBC Africa takes one last look back at the year from an entrepreneur's perspective. Has this been the year for entrepreneurs? To answer that is Sean Drake Founder and Entrepreneur at The Wealth Project.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Nigeria oil and gas free zones: Investment opportunities

On this edition of OGFZA in focus, we cast the spotlight on three oil and gas free zones regulated by the free zone authority, highlighting the economic impact and investment flows linked to the zones....
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KwaZulu-Natal seeks to become SA’s largest economic contributor

On the side-lines of the on-going Intra-Africa Trade Forum in Egypt, CNBC Africa’s Godfrey Mutizwa caught up with Ina Cronje, Chairperson, Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal and Neville Matjie, CEO, TIKZN as they outline the province’s growth outlook in areas of tourism and aviation. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Uganda’s M-SCAN wins TechCrunch’s Start-up Battlefield Africa award

TechCrunch held its second Start-up Battlefield Africa in Lagos Tuesday this week. Uganda’s M-SCAN – a start-up that develops portable mobile ultrasound devices, emerged the winner. While South Africa’s Bettr, a virtual banking experience powered by the smartphone and data, was the runner up. M-SCAN will receive $25,000 in cash plus a trip for two to compete in Start-up Battlefield at TechCrunch’s flagship event, Disrupt in 2019. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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IATF Debate: Enhancing intra-Africa & South-South trade financing

CNBC Africa brings this special debate from Africa’s first Intra-African Trade Fair in Cairo, Egypt to discuss on improving the environment for enhancing Intra-African and South-South Trade Financing. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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SAAPA backs CEO Jarana’s turnaround strategy

Glen Smith, Executive Member from the South African Airways Pilots Association (SAAPA) has expressed confidence in CEO Vuyani Jarana in turning around the fortunes of the troubled airliner. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
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Sihle Mkhize on investment opportunities in KwaZulu-Natal

CNBC Africa’s Godfrey Mutizwa caught up with Sihle Mkhize, Deputy Director General of Industry Development and Business Regulation for the KwaZulu-Natal Province on investment opportunities to lookout for in the province.
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In conversation with Ghanaian entrepreneur Fred Swaniker

Ghanaian entrepreneur Fred Swaniker has tried his hands on many things particularly around leadership development. He has four organisations that aim to develop leaders, primarily in Africa. Lately, he portrayed his passion and concern for conservation matters by organizing the first “Business of Conservation” Forum in Rwanda. CNBC Africa’s Eugene Anangwe sat down with this son of Africa for this edition of “Captains of Industry”. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Rwanda launches $113 mn campaign to eradicate hepatitis C

A healthy nation has the highest chances of becoming a wealthy nation. Rwanda seems to know this all too well. The country has invested $113 million to uproot the deadly hepatitis C disease. CNBC Africa is joined by Nsanzimana Sabin from the Rwanda Boimedical Center.
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Managing discrepancies in intra-Africa trade

On the side-lines of the on-going Intra-Africa Trade Forum in Egypt, CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole caught up with Olukayode Pitan, Managing Director of the Bank of Industry and he spoke on the strategies to managing statistical discrepancies in intra-African Trade.
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