NSE All-Share Index up over 10% in one-month

Although, the Nigerian equities opened the week on a negative, the All-Share Index remains in positive territory up over 10 per cent in one month and over 5 per cent year-to-date. Joshua Odebisi, Senior Banking Analyst at Vetiva joins CNBC Africa for more.

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Transnet sees decline in rail freight volumes in tough economic environment

Transnet has reported a 1.3 per cent decline in rail freight volumes, for the year ended March. This is mainly due to deteriorating economic conditions and low demand, particularly in the construction and manufacturing industries. Power supply interruptions and poor rail network conditions have also contributed to the state-owned company’s challenges. Transnet CFO, Nonkululeko Dlamini joins CNBC Africa for more.

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