Local papers report that about eight Nigerian banks accessed the CBN’s standby liquidity facility window in October. Olalekan Olabode, Head of Research at Vetiva joins CNBC Africa to discuss the liquidity status of Nigeria’s banking sector.
Cote d'Ivoire's Vice President, Daniel Kablan Duncan has resigned just days after the death of Prime Minister, Amadou Gon Coulibaly. Ayalenesh Tafesse, Country Risk Analyst at Rand Merchant Bank joins CNBC Africa to assess the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and recent events on cocoa-producing country's growth trajectory.
Nigeria plans to enter the second phase of easing of restrictions on domestic flights from Wednesday. Evarest Nnaji, CEO, Oas Helicopters joins CNBC Africa for more.
Africa’s venture capital industry has been growing from strength to strength as 613 deals worth $3.9 billion were reported between 2014 and 2019. That’s according to the African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. Chair of the Board of the Association and Co-founder of Alitheia Capital, Tokunboh Ishmael joins CNBC Africa for more.
Rwanda’s coffee prices have taken a hit on the international global market as the effects on the supply chains take their toll on agriculture exports, but could they rebound back soon? Uwera Robinah, International and Regional Market Development Specialist at the National Agriculture Export Board joins CNBC Africa for more.
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