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Zimbabwean govt. continues crackdown on activists amid reports of torture

Silence descended on the streets of Bulawayo and central Harare in Zimbabwe on Friday, where businesses shut down. This is as Security Forces were deployed to prevent anti-government and anti-corruption protests, by opposition parties. A number of high-profile figures were arrested over the weekend. Dumisani Muleya, Chairperson of the Zimbabwe National Editors Forum joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigerian investors not surprised by Shoprite’s exit, here’s why

Releasing its trading update for the year ended 28 June 2020, Shoprite announced that it will be exiting from Nigeria.

RH Bophelo sees more upside in Africa’s healthcare market

The spotlight is on the healthcare system, as many countries grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic. Joining CNBC Africa to talk about the role of healthcare investment is Quinton Zunga, CEO, RH Bophelo.

Here’s how renewable energy could help African economies recover post-COVID-19

Like the rest of the world, Africa was severely affected by the spread of COVID-19 with an estimated 5 to 29 million people being reduced back to live below the poverty line. CNBC Africa spoke to Dan Klinck, CEO of East African Power to discuss how renewable energy could help African Governments in the efforts to build back better post-COVID-19.

CIMERWA listing on the RSE with CEO, Albert Sigei

Rwanda’s leading cement manufacturer CIMERWA PLC has this morning listed on the Rwanda stock exchange, CNBC Africa caught up with the CEO, Albert Sigei on the investment opportunity.

What to expect from Nigeria’s stock market in August

Nigeria’s stock market closed the month of July on a positive note as the All-Share Index stood at 0.88 per cent but it was a mixed performance for the different sectors on the bourse. Rotimi Fakayejo, Stockbroker and Capital Market Analyst joins CNBC Africa for more....

Okomu Oil’s first-half revenue soars 57.9% on the back of price, volume recovery

Okomu Oil Palm saw its revenue jump by 57.9 per cent to 13.5 billion naira in the first half of the year. Analysts say the surge in revenue comes on the back of a price and volume recovery. The company’s CEO, Graham Hefer, joins CNBC Africa for more.

Building Africa’s Prosperity EP9: The implications of COVID-19 on corporate governance

In this episode of Building Africa's Prosperity, the spotlight falls on sustainable and ethical corporate governance. CNBC Africa's Chris Bishop speaks to a big name in the legal game and the father of corporate governance in democratic South Africa - Dr Mervyn King - a former judge who wrote the King 1 2 3 and 4 reports on corporate governance. What part does corporate governance have to play in this fast changing world emerging form COVID-19?...

Seplat’s new CEO talks growth plans & half-year earnings

It’s a change of baton at Seplat, as the dual-listed oil and gas company on the London Stock Exchange and the Nigerian Stock Exchange gets a new CEO. Seplat Petroleum reported a 34 per cent decline in half-year revenue which the company says reflects the contribution of ELAND which was acquired at the end of 2019. Roger Brown, new CEO of Seplat joins CNBC Africa to discuss his plans for the company going forward.

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Zimbabwean govt. continues crackdown on activists amid reports of torture

Silence descended on the streets of Bulawayo and central Harare in Zimbabwe on Friday, where businesses shut down. This is as Security Forces were deployed to prevent anti-government and anti-corruption protests, by opposition parties. A number of high-profile figures were arrested over the weekend. Dumisani Muleya, Chairperson of the Zimbabwe National Editors Forum joins CNBC Africa for more.

Redefining Africa’s Workforce Through Digital Transformation

Covid-19 has forced businesses globally to re-evaluate their business models and to adapt to new working environments....

Nigerian investors not surprised by Shoprite’s exit, here’s why

Releasing its trading update for the year ended 28 June 2020, Shoprite announced that it will be exiting from Nigeria.

VW South Africa boss Schaefer takes over at Skoda in shake-up

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Volkswagen’s Czech carmaker Skoda Auto named VW’s South Africa boss Thomas Schaefer as its new chairman on Monday as...

What’s Next For The U.S. Economy: Michelle Meyer

Michelle Meyer, Head of U.S. Economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says the economy is entering a “healing phase” after the initial shock from the coronavirus pandemic. She explains how some inflation would be a good problem because it woul