An international group of 165 members including 92 former Presidents and Prime Ministers, along with current economic and health leaders in the developed and developing world are demanding the creation of a G20 executive task force and an immediate global pledging conference which would approve and co-ordinate a multi-billion dollar fund to fight the coronavirus pandemic. CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor speaks to Professor Erik Berglof, Director of the Institute of Global Affairs at the School of Public Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science….
THE COVID-19 GLOBAL pandemic has brought forward the future. It has brought about humanity’s biggest challenge in a century, to choose between...
By: Mathieu Mandeng In the current complex and challenging circumstances that are testing the...
The City of eThekwini pulled out all stops to give fans of the annual Vodacom Durban July (VDJ). The Virtual Vodacom Durban...
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African gold miners are looking to cut debt and boost dividends as bullion hits record highs, with analysts...
Buying interest is expected to continue in Nigeria’s bond space as market players take advantage of the relatively high yields to build positions. That’s according to traders. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss where investors are seeing value at Nigeria’s fixed income and forex market is Bosun Obembe, Forex and Derivatives Trader at Access Bank....
The Chairman of Nigerian's Senate Committee on Health, Ibrahim Oloriegbe says the Health Insurance Authority Bill has passed its third reading at the Senate and is currently before the House of Reps for consideration.
Trading resumed on the Zimbabwean Stock Exchange this week after a month of being shut down. The Zimbabwean government suspended the stock exchange and mobile money payments in a bid to clamp down on alleged illegal activities. Although the bourse is operational, three stocks remain suspended, Old Mutual, PPC and SeedCo. Batanai Matsika, Head of Research at Morgan & Co spoke to CNBC Africa for more.
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