Winnie Madikizela-Mandela had dared to take on one of the most powerful and evil regimes, said her daughter as she paid tribute to the Mother of the Nation at her funeral. One of the most important measures of her life was the way in which she touched the lives of other.
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Bruce Whitfield sits down with a man who has spent a lifetime selling insurance in the United Kingdom. This fascinating discussion tracks Peter's life from the late 70's and the pop star culture he surrounded himself in, all the way to the man is today. Considered one of the best insurance salesman in the world, Peter shares his secrets in this tell all.
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(www.abndigital.com) He was entrusted with millions and millions of dollars which he used to manipulate the stock market and run a boiler room. He calls himself the world's most successful failure. Jordan Belfort, aka The Wolf of Wall Street, is on the Couch with Jacqui Nel.
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www.abndigital.com Farmers in Kenya's highlands are now embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income, thanks to the Government's Economic Stimulus Plan. The funds have been channelled towards start-up of modern fish farms and purchase of fingerlings, which have in turn propped the country's fish production capacity. ABN's Beatrice Gachenge tells us more.
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On this episode 2 of My Worst Day, host Peace Hyde is joined by Africa's Richest Man Aliko Dangote, as he shares his remarkable journey from being a trader to building the largest conglomerate in Africa and establishing the largest cement factory in the world.
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My Worst Day Episode 3 features Nigerian Oil Mogul Femi Otedola, the billionaire that bounced back. Femi Otedola takes us on a journey of one of his darkest days in business when he lost everything he had worked so hard to build leaving him with only two choices; to commit suicide or weather the storm!
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On the back of the recently celebrated Democracy Day in Nigeria, Nigerian music artist, Folarin “Falz" Falana joins CNBC Africa to discuss music as a tool to drive social consciousness; and He touches on some topical issues in the country in his recently released music video “This is Nigeria”. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Is South Africa still a gate way for international businesses looking for a foothold on the continent and what do business people do after they sell a majority stake in their eight year old asset? On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses the impact of downgrades on small to medium sized businesses and why Entrepreneur and Global Business Speaker, Vusi Thembekwayo is investing his own millions into new businesses.
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www.abndigital.com The property millionaires and billionaires of South Africa are typically the unassuming type, quietly making their fortunes in an industry that is still the best performer despite market volatility. Could investing in the property be the key to your financial freedom? Finweek looks at how you can become a Property Mogul with Keillen Ndlovu,Head: Property Funds at Stanlib and Jonathan Davies, joint area manager for Pam Golding Properties Hyde Park office.
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(www.abndigital.com) Econet has won a legal battle in Nigeria over its stake in a business it founded there, which Bharti Airtel had purportedly bought in 2010. Strive Masiyiwa, Executive Chairman of Econet Wireless, joins ABN's Hannah Viviers in studio for more detail.
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Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote, President of the Dangote Group shared his investment plans for the year and more with CNBC Africa's Esther Awoniyi at the launch of Nova Merchant Bank.
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There are two things you notice when driving around Kampala. The first are the borda-bordas, motorcycle taxis which are definitely the quickest and easiest way to avoid a traffic jam. The second is the amount of banks. There are over 20 banks in Uganda to service a population of 30 million people. While these banks were not exposed to toxic sub-prime assets, the financial sector suffered a major shock when, like other open African economies, foreign investors pulled their money out during the height of the financial crisis.
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Jabulani Ngcobo, aka Cashflow, became a millionaire before the age of 26. Now in his early 30s, he joins CNBC Africa’s Jill de Villiers on Talking Books to talk about the book “Cashflow Naked”, which captures the story of his rise, fall and rise over the past few years.
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(www.abndigital.com) She is an author, activist and philanthropist and sister to the world's most powerful man, the President of the United States, Barack Obama. She is Dr Auma Obama and she joins us on Africa Prime, the story of Africa's champions.
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Kenya's retail sector has been undergoing transformation. Mega malls are setting up in the country with the latest development being a 250 million dollar complex dubbed Garden City, a signal that the retail space is coming of age. CNBC Africa's Claire Muthinji reports.
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Cyril Ramaphosa has been president of South Africa for 100 days - a short but long time. Vusi Thembekwayo, the Rockstar of Public Speaking and Lesiba Mothata, Chief Client Officer at Alexander Forbes Investments rate Ramaphosa’s performance. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/
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(www.abndigital.com) The Great Wall of Lagos is a three and a half kilometre long construction that has been described as one of the world's biggest civil engineering projects; creating eight thousand square meters of new land every day. The Eko Atlantic city project has been developed to meet two needs of Lagos State's Victoria Island; space creation and vital protection from the ever encroaching shoreline. The project has now reached the half way stage in land reclamation; we take a look at what this milestone means to the development and what's in store next.
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The change we are seeing in Zimbabwe means the country has a fresh opportunity to kick-start and rebuild the economy and reintegrate internationally. Former Zimbabwean finance minister, Tendai Biti is man well aware having stabilised the economy during his time. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
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As part of our women's months feature we have what we call our fire starters. Four young women, who at some point in their careers gave up the comfort of a professional job to chase a business dream. These women include - Benzi Kuzwayo, Lerato Motsamai, Mogau Seshoene & Sedzani Netshitenzhe. They spoke to CNBC Africa about being a young female entrepreneur in South Africa.
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The world of innovation is critical to economic development and there exist an intrinsic link between innovation and the standard of living. Doing Business in Botswana looks at the vital role that innovation hubs play in Botswana's economy.
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Kenya's bottled water sub-sector is valued at US$147.5 million, with over 90 brands stocking shelves across the country; this is according to global market research firm Euromonitor International. CNBC Africa visited Ruth Mwanzia, a 27 year old entrepreneur on a mission to take her place in this competitive market.
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Binod Chaudhary, whose interests range from noodles (Wai Wai) to cement by way of hotels and banking, has trodden the trail and come out as Nepal's sole billionaire, according to Forbes. His Chaudhary Group now has eight noodle plants in India, 72 hotels in 12 countries and is now expanding into East Africa. CNBC Africa's George Ndirangu sat down with Mr, Chaudhary to discuss his ambitious journey.
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The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is expected to increase intra-African trade by 52 per cent by 2022. To do this, a clear private-public mix is necessary. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Samba Bathily, CEO of “Solektra International” and co-founder of Akon Lighting Africa.
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It is a metropolis rising from the Atlantic Ocean. The Eko Atlantic city project is the ambitious plan to build a vibrant 21st century city that will stretch over 7 kilometers and will be built on over 9 square kilometers of land reclaimed from the ocean. This huge reclamation project kicked off in 2008 when the developer, South Energyx, began reclaiming land from the ocean that had gradually disappeared over the years as a result of coastal erosion.
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Kicking Doors' Timothy Maurice Webster takes us through the journey of a woman who has worked to create a respectable brand society - inside her C-Suite with Tania Holt, Principal at McKinsey & Company.
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Infrastructure development continues to be a major concern on the African continent. A call has been made to African governments to accelerate reforms that will encourage more private sector investment in infrastructure projects. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss transport Infrastructure Investment in Africa is Laverne Dimitrov, Transport Sector Specialist at DBSA, Kunle Elebute, Partner and Head of Advisory Services at KPMG, Edwins Mukabanah, Transport Sector Chairman at Kenya Private Sector Alliance and Gabriel Negatu Director for the East Africa Region, AFDB.
Views: 2313 CNBCAfrica
On the third episode of our real estate lifestyle show, A Place in Africa, we meet the young people making a difference in Africa's property industry.
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Mo Abudu: Nigerian businesswoman, CEO and Founder of Ebony Life TV and also host of Momemts with Mo spoke to Timothy Maurice Webster about her entrepreneurial journey.
Views: 1512 CNBCAfrica
Africa Rising showcases Africa's leaders through in-depth, one-on-one interviews that cover global, pan-African and local business issues. This month CNBC Africa's Nozipho Mbanjwa speaks to Dr Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank.
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This episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde chronicles the journey of one of the most successful bloggers in West Africa, Linda Ikeji. From humble beginnings, Ikeji had to not only find ways to overcome poverty but also provide for her family. Catch her prolific rise from model to superstar blogger on this episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.
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(www.abndigital.com) This week on Invest Africa we travel to Kenya, dubbed East Africa's power house, to explore its growth potential and other pressing challenges the country is facing. Joining ABN's Bronwyn Nielsen in-studio to give their views on Kenya as a business and investment destination is: Sven Richter, Head of Frontier Markets at Renaissance Capital; Johnny Aucamp, General Manager for Strategic Relations and Business Development Africa at MTN Business; Yaron Assabi, CEO of Digital Solutions Group; Martin Oduor-Otieno, CEO of Kenya Commercial Bank.
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(www.abndigital.com) It has been referred to as the last colonialist: hunting for oil and raw materials to feed its fast growing economy; online platforms are packed with discussions about whether it is good for Africa; but the jury is still out on Chinas growing presence on the African continent.
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On this episode of Gurus, Justin Cohen sits down with the internationally renowned technology entrepreneur and CEO of Rekindle Learning, Rapelang Rabana to talk about turning innovation into profit.
Views: 1077 CNBCAfrica
CNBC Africa’s Bronwyn Nielsen in conversation with Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank discusses the Africa Investment Forum and why Africa is the place to be for investors.
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In this CNBC Africa Special, Lindsay Williams finds out how Christo Wiese became South Africa's richest man, what makes him tick and how he sees opportunities.
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(www.abndigital.com) From the land of a thousand hills, we bring you "Doing Business in Rwanda", a monthly show focusing on sectorial growth and development in one of Africa's emerging markets. Kicking off this 24 episode series is an overview of Rwanda's reforms towards growth and why the country is considered one of the most attractive investment destinations. Surrounded by Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo, this jewel of Africa is hard at work rebuilding its social and economic landscape. ABN's Loise Wachira explores the country's transformation.
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Formerly struggling under the weight of negligence, the dairy industry has in the last few years been transformed to register impressive growth in Kenya. Typical of Africas agriculture sector, the milk industry is dominated by small scale producers who account for 80 percent of the dairy industry's output.
Views: 22011 CNBCAfrica
Today marks the reveal of Forbes Africa’s highly anticipated cover, The Forbes Africa Under 30 list. We have a couple of videos rolling out throughout the month of June introducing some of the candidates. Joining CNBC Africa's are Forbes Africa journalists Ancillar Mangena, Motlabana Monnakgotla and Lucy Nkosi Graphic Designer at Forbes Africa.
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Given the volatility in crude oil revenues and the long-term prospects for oil as a commodity, Nigeria Going Beyond Oil casts the spotlight on Nigeria's agriculture sector, reporting how the government and other players are taking a closer look at agriculture as a primary revenue source.
Views: 9784 CNBCAfrica
Host Ran Neu-Ner takes his weekly plunge into the world of Crypto Currency trading where he chats to traders, ICOs and gives you, the audience tips and tricks on trading in Crypto currency.
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Paying tribute to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the leader of the EFF, Julius Malema, said she had put the country first, above her own personal safety, to fight for the liberation of her people from the apartheid regime. In spite of this, he said, her own organisation had turned its back on her.
Views: 763 CNBCAfrica
James Caan, who left school at 16 because of a burning desire to run his own business, is a British entrepreneur best known as the kindest of five venture capitalists in the BBC hit show Dragon's Den. He leverages his high profile to help the UK Government create small companies all over Britain, having used a £100m grant to create 15 000 companies in two years. CNBC Africa caught up with him at a Millionaire to Billionaire seminar.
Views: 12103 CNBCAfrica