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PIC report: Board essentially was a rubber stamp for the decisions driven by Matjila

President Cyril Ramaphosa has released the PIC report and CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi unpacks the key highlights.

Mobius: Why it’s best to keep your powder dry as stocks plunge

Joining CNBC Africa to discuss emerging markets is Mark Mobius, Founding Partner, Mobius Capital Partners.

Why this analyst thinks the current slide in global stocks is a healthy correction

Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the global markets is Dylan Bester, Director, Skycastle International Investments....

Why markets are concerned over Sasol

Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the mix of global and local market news is Edgar Mafoko, an Investment Portfolio Manager at FNB.

NSE dips further, banks take biggest hit

After shedding 2.4 per cent days ago, the sell-offs continue at the Nigerian bourse as the NSE All Share Index continues to slide for the third straight session as investors dump banking stocks. Temitope Jolaoso, Analyst at Financial Derivatives joins CNBC Africa to review trading session.

The impact of COVID-19 on African markets

CNBC Africa brings you an exclusive pan-African look at how COVID-19 is slowly gripping the African continent, crushing oil prices and disrupting pre-planned events....

Moody’s downgrades Angola’s ratings to B-minus, outlook stable

Moody’s has downgraded Angola’s sovereign rating to B negative with a stable outlook pricing in the impact of lower oil production and lower oil prices. Joining CNBC Africa for today’s Africa Exchange segment is Ridle Markus, Africa Strategist at Absa Corporate and Investment Banking.

Why Amplats’ force majeure is good for platinum prices

Joining CNBC Africa for a look at the local markets is Sam Mokorosi, CEO Vunani Corporate Finance.

Amplats shares plummet on Rustenburg shutdown, this is what it means for the PGM market

Anglo American Platinum's share price plummeted after the company cut production forecasts due the closure of its key processing plant in South Africa following an explosion. The world’s second largest producer of platinum group metals says it will not be able to honour customer contracts following its Rustenburg shutdown and has declared a force majeure. René Hochreiter, Mining Analyst at Noah Capital Markets.

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Government’s response to Moody’s downgrade of SA to junk status

Covid-19 and South Africa's downgrade to junk will truly test South African financial markets.