At least two of the African candidates for the top job at the World Trade Organization will go for their interviews before delegates at its headquarters in Geneva in Switzerland today. Kenyan government minister Amina Mohamed and former Nigerian finance Ngozi Okonjo Iweala 15 minutes each to put forward their case for the job. Then each will be grilled for 75 minutes by delegates about their vision for the future of world trade. CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop took a look at the background. International Relations Analyst, Brook Spector unpacks this further.
THE COVID-19 GLOBAL pandemic has brought forward the future. It has brought about humanity’s biggest challenge in a century, to choose between...
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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 investigators are seeking to recover more than 400 million rand ($23 million) from German software firm SAP...
It’s been a largely positive trading week in Nigeria’s stock market. As company financial statements continue to filter into the market, Muktar Mohammed, Analyst at Assar Investments joins CNBC Africa to discuss how investors are pricing in the earnings....
Ecobank reported an 18 per cent decline in its profit-after-tax to 48.5 billion naira for the first half of the year. As the stock market prices in the result, the bank’s Group CEO, Ade Ayeyemi joins CNBC Africa for more.
Why it matters to have a rail system such as Gautrain as the backbone of the public transport system in Gauteng. In this episode of Gautrain: Why It Matters, Gauteng MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure, Jacob Mamabolo about public transport and Gautrain's objectives....
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