COVID-19 takes backseat as Nigerians protest for police reforms

Security expert, Dr Ona Ekhomu who is the National President of the Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria says the country should brace-up for an inevitable upsurge in violent crimes as a result of the disbandment of the special anti-robbery squad by the federal government. He joined CNBC Africa to assess the best- and the worst-case scenario of the #ENDSARS protests in Nigeria.

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Polls close in tense Guinea election

Polls opened in Guinea on Sunday as citizens trooped to polling units to cast their votes in a controversial and high-stake election. In the build-up to Guinea’s election protesters have marched against President Conde’s third-term bid, describing it as unconstitutional. Samson Itodo, Executive Director of Yiaga Africa joins CNBC Africa for more.

Fitch affirms Ghana’s ‘B’ rating, outlook stable

Fitch Ratings has affirmed Ghana's Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating at 'B' with a stable outlook. According to Fitch, the affirmation reflects its expectation of a gradual recovery in Ghana’s economic performance and fiscal revenues following the COVID-19 shock. Jermaine Leonard, Director and Primary Analyst for Ghana at Fitch Ratings joins CNBC Africa to discuss the metrics behind the ratings.

How start-ups can get the best from an M&A transaction

Nigeria's tech ecosystem has received more headlines, with the recent deal between U.S firm Stripe and Nigeria’s payments company, Paystack. For start-ups, how can they get the best from an M& A transaction? Babajimi Ayorinde, Partner TNP-An Andersen Collaborating Firm joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor for this conversation.

COVID-19: How the pandemic has highlighted the need for sustainable finance

Africa’s growth has been set back by the impact of COVID-19, with the continent demanding a new approach to economic development.

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