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Expectations from finmin Mboweni’s Medium Term Budget Policy Statement

David French, Tax Consulting Director at Mazars South Africa joins CNBC Africa to talk about expectations from Finance Minsiter Mboweni's Medium Term Budget Policy Statement.
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SA’s new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni on VBS, land reform &...

At the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals Annual conference, South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni spoke about the unfolding VBS's scandal, land reform and marijuana.
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DBSA’s role in boosting infrastructure investment in Africa

The Development Bank of Southern Africa, a state-owned financial institution, is backing projects to better the country's infrastructure, one brick at a time. Mohan Vivekanandan, Group Executive of Client Coverage, at the Development Bank of Southern Africa joins CNBC Africa to discuss investment opportunities in Africa.
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Crypto Trader: Cryptocurrency trading with Ran Neu-Ner

In this episode, Crypto-trader Ran Neu-Ner travels to San Francisco Blockchain Week to get a view of how they have embraced Blockchain technology and interview the biggest names in the Israel’s Crypto World.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/crypto-trader/...
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Vele Investments CEO Robert Madzonga denies VBS looting

Vele Investments CEO, Robert Madzonga speaks to CNBC Africa’s Lubabalo Mashiqana about the collapse of VBS Bank in one of the biggest banking scandals South Africa has ever seen.
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Trademark East Africa’s David Stanton on ways to reduce transportation cost

In March last year, Trademark East Africa jointly initiated the regional electronic cargo tracking system that is designed to reduce transit time, enhance cargo safety and help traders to better predict arrival of goods and ultimately cut the cost of shipping in the region. CNBC Africa is joined by David Stanton, Director General for a breakdown the system is having on trade in the region.
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Importance of the Africa-Arab Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction summit

The first joint UNISDR Africa-Arab Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction was held in Tunisia last week, with the government of Tunisia joining forces with the UNISDR to host the conference in collaboration with the African Union Commission and the League of Arab States. CNBC Africa’s Jill de Villiers spoke to Dr Riadh Mouakar, Minister of Local Affairs and Environment, Tunisia about the importance of this conference and the systems Tunisia had put in place to manage disaster.
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Rwanda cabinet reshuffle: Who’s in and who’s out

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on Thursday made broad changes in his cabinet reshuffle. The cabinet has been reduced from 31 to 26 and women comprise 50 per cent of its members. CNBC Africa is joined by Habamenshi Rene, a political commentator to analyse these changes in government.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Key takeaways from Nigeria’s fixed income & forex markets this week

As the trading week wraps up, CNBC Africa discuss the take takeaways from the fixed income and forex markets this week with Bankole Odusanya, Head Fixed Income Trading at UBA.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Africa urged to embrace technology to boost a cashless culture

Economic experts say that African economies are well positioned to benefit from rapidly accelerating technological change but only if they can harness the current open landscape for innovation in payment processes. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Lucy Mbabazi, Assistant Vice President, Push Payments, Ecobank Group.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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SA volatile labour market sees more companies retrenching

2018 has been a tough year from an economic perspective starting off with increased VAT, companies retrenching from mining to telecoms and now latest being VBS and SABC in the process of retrenching.
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Assessing FDI flows into Nigeria

Foreign Direct inflows to Africa is down 21 per cent in 2017 to 42 billion dollars according to 2018 World Investment Report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Tosin Osunkoya, Chief Executive Officer of Commercio Partners Asset Management joins CNBC Africa to assess the rate of FDI flows into Nigeria.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Zenith Bank sees Q4 profit rise 11.6%

Zenith Bank has reported a 11.6 per cent rise in its profit after tax to 144.2 billion naira. CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor caught up with Zenith Bank's Deputy Managing Director Ebenezer Onyeagwu, to discuss the facts behind the numbers.https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/...
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Would you sign up to live on mars?

The South African Council of Shopping Centres brought the man with a dream to colonise Mars to South Africa to hear what his plans are for the continent. Bars Lansdorp, Co-founder and CEO Mars One joins CNBC Africa for this discussion.
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Tumi Morake talks about her new book ‘And Then Mama Said’

All-rounder entertainer, from comedian, show host, actor and now author, Tumi Morake has penned down her life's history and she joins CNBC Africa to talk about her book "And Then Mama Said".
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Venture capital disruptor for Africa launches

Joseph Gough, Managing Director of Sonic Ventures spoke to CNBC Africa about the launch of Sonic Ventures - a collection of entrepreneurs, executive leaders, and investors who believe that early stage venture capital is broken and have a plan to fix it.
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Is Adcorp’s turnaround sustainable?

Temporary employment provider Adcorp returned to profit in its half year results, CEO Innocent Dutiro shed light on the outlook for the industry following changes to labour laws and South Africa’s recession.
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Uber beefs up its security measures for customers and drivers

Sachin Kansal, Global Head of Safety Product for Uber joins CNBC Africa to talk about its new safety features for both rider and drivers.
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Internet Solutions’ Tony Walt on how to bring down SA’s high...

Tony Walt, Chief Solutions and Operations Officer at Internet Solutions shares his insights into what measures the South African government should take to bring down high data costs.
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ANC outlines its position on data costs in SA

The Competition Commission's inquiry into high data prices has left the telecoms sector at odds with various state entities. Submissions from various Mobile service providers are stubborn in saying that data prices in South Africa are competitive and that rates cannot be lowered due to cost factors.
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