Djibouti commissions $3.5 billion Chinese-built free trade zone
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Djibouti commissions $3.5 billion Chinese-built free trade zone

Djibouti commissions $3.5 billion Chinese-built free trade zone
*Djibouti commissioned a $3.5 billion, Chinese-built free trade zone on Thursday, deepening ties with the Asian giant and helping the Horn of Africa nation generate more jobs for its youths.* Djibouti, with a population of 876,000, already hosts Chinese, U.S. and French naval bases and it also handles roughly 95 percent of the goods imported by Ethiopia, its land-locked neighbour with 99 million people. The new trade zone, one of several new port and trade facilities being developed by Djibout.
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Africa Business News - 10 Aug 2018: Part 2
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Africa Business News - 10 Aug 2018: Part 2

Africa Business News - 10 Aug 2018: Part 2
Where we bring you up to speed with the news that's been making headlines while Batanai Matsika from Akribos Capital takes us through the latest developments on the Zimbabwean Markets scene.
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How to accumulate wealth | Mike Fannin 
| Vusi Thembekwayo | MyGrowthFund
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How to accumulate wealth | Mike Fannin | Vusi Thembekwayo | MyGrowthFund

How to accumulate wealth | Mike Fannin | Vusi Thembekwayo | MyGrowthFund
Operations Director Mike Fannin and Vusi Thembekwayo - How to Accumulate Wealth - MyGrowthFund. Mike discusses the definition of wealth, how to accumulate wealth and how to manage wealth.
16 : 28
Banks in South Africa accused of colluding to fix rand rates
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Banks in South Africa accused of colluding to fix rand rates

Banks in South Africa accused of colluding to fix rand rates
South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma has told Parliament that the government will come down hard on the local banks accused of rigging the rand currency. The Competition Commission says it found that banks had colluded to coordinate their trading activities when dealing in the rand and U.S. dollar. Banks involved include U.S., European, Japanese and Australian lenders. South Africa's banking index fell 1 % after the Commission recommended heavy fines be imposed on the lenders. Investigations began in April 2015.
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Iran: Back in business - Counting the Cost
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Iran: Back in business - Counting the Cost

Iran: Back in business - Counting the Cost
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has started a shopping tour in Europe just days after the lifting of international sanctions over Iran's nuclear programme. He wants to let the world know that Iran is back in business. And European companies are lining up for a share in the Iranian market - promising billions of dollars in new deals. But what does the end of Iran sanctions mean for the global economy? As President Rouhani is signing billion-dollar deals to rebuild his country, we look at the biggest new market entering the global economy in decades.
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Facebook and the big data business 
| Counting the Cost
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Facebook and the big data business | Counting the Cost

Facebook and the big data business | Counting the Cost
Data is being hoovered from our connected devices every day. But when it emerged that that information could be used to manipulate our political views for money, regulators around the world started paying attention. It's called psychosocial profiling and it's put Facebook and the business of big data in the spotlight. Facebook makes money out of selling digital advertising space - with an annual revenue of $40bn. Over 1.4 billion people log into Facebook every day, but we don't know what they're selling about us, and it's totally unregulated. Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had to answer accusations that 50 million users had their data harvested and passed on to a UK political consultancy. Cambridge Analytica is accused of using that data to target US voters during the 2016 US election campaign. Facebook's business model is now under scrutiny on both sides of the Atlantic, and by Thursday, shares lost $50bn in market value.
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Botswana's capital transformed dramatically over 5 years
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Botswana's capital transformed dramatically over 5 years

Botswana's capital transformed dramatically over 5 years
Botswana has experienced good levels of economic growth. This is mainly due to a growing mining industry that deals in diamond, copper and nickel. The overall economic growth of Botswana is very visible, especially in the city of Gaborone. The capital city has seen a great transformation in the last few years with numerous infrastructure springing up by several private developers. "The development of infrastructure in Botswana has increased over the years. If you compare with the other countries.
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One of the world's most successful insurance salesman, Peter Rosengard
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One of the world's most successful insurance salesman, Peter Rosengard

One of the world's most successful insurance salesman, Peter Rosengard
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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Entrepreneur Vusi Thembekwayo is junk status the end of the line?
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Entrepreneur Vusi Thembekwayo is junk status the end of the line?

Entrepreneur Vusi Thembekwayo is junk status the end of the line?
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?
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South African Airways projecting loses even after another government's bailout.
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South African Airways projecting loses even after another government's bailout.

South African Airways projecting loses even after another government's bailout.
South African Airways which recently received yet another government bailout says its losses will now come in at 403 million dollars. The airline, which is technically insolvent, said its loss would be 337 million dollars. The national carrier has been seeking a 360 million dollar loan guarantee from the National Treasury. The cabinet controversially approved the appointment of a new board to be headed by controversial chairwoman Dudu Myeni. Opposition parties have launched a scathing attack on SAA , with the opposition parties accusing the president and the ANC of running the airline into the ground.
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Africa Business Report: Yarona FM, Botswana
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Africa Business Report: Yarona FM, Botswana

Africa Business Report: Yarona FM, Botswana
Botswana's Yarona FM's founder Percy Raditladi speaks to the BBC about the rise of the country's first youth radio station.
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South Africa appoints Tito Mboweni as new Finance minister
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South Africa appoints Tito Mboweni as new Finance minister

South Africa appoints Tito Mboweni as new Finance minister
Veteran South African politician Tito Mboweni has been appointed as the country's new finance minister. The swearing-in ceremony took place in Cape Town, just hours after the president accepted the resignation of Nhlanhla Nene. Last week Nene testified before the inquiry into corruption in the public sector. He admitted to holding several meetings with the controversial Gupta family. Rene Del Carme has more
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Investments in Africa's transport infrastructure begin to pay off
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Investments in Africa's transport infrastructure begin to pay off

Investments in Africa's transport infrastructure begin to pay off
African countries were on a drive to boost infrastructure and road networks on the continent in 2016. Ethiopia made huge strides this year with the inauguration of a new railway line, linking the capital, Addis Ababa with Djibouti in October. The 750 kilometer line was built at a cost of 4 billion US dollars with help from China. The country wants to have 5,000 kilometers of new rail lines by 2020 to boost the economy by improving transport.
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How to 'Shela' an Investor | Vusi Thembekwayo
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How to 'Shela' an Investor | Vusi Thembekwayo

How to 'Shela' an Investor | Vusi Thembekwayo
The CEO of MyGrowthFund, Vusi Thembekwayo shares tips on how to pitch your business or ideas to investors. "Do it the old school way," he says.
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White farmers thrive in Zambia years after driven from Zimbabwe
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White farmers thrive in Zambia years after driven from Zimbabwe

White farmers thrive in Zambia years after driven from Zimbabwe
One of former President Robert Mugabe’s most controversial policies was the land reform programme of 2000 which made it legal for black Zimbabweans to seize properties from white farmers - without compensation. The policy was meant to consolidate his support but resulted in thousands of white commercial farmers being driven off the land. They sought safety in neighbouring countries such as Zambia, where their skill and experience has had positive results.
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🇹🇷 Are Turkey's financial tremors spreading across the globe? 
| Counting the Cost
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🇹🇷 Are Turkey's financial tremors spreading across the globe? | Counting the Cost

🇹🇷 Are Turkey's financial tremors spreading across the globe? | Counting the Cost
The collapse of the Turkish lira was a big worry for investors around the globe this week. The currency crisis came to a head after a feud with the world's biggest economy, the United States, when President Donald Trump announced the doubling of steel and aluminum tariffs.
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Meet Amina Hersi 
-One of Africa's most successful female entrepreneurs
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Meet Amina Hersi -One of Africa's most successful female entrepreneurs

Meet Amina Hersi -One of Africa's most successful female entrepreneurs
We speak to Amina Hersi, one of Africa's most successful female entrepreneurs.
4 : 49
Egypt Gas Hike: Government raises price of fuel to plug budget deficit
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Egypt Gas Hike: Government raises price of fuel to plug budget deficit

Egypt Gas Hike: Government raises price of fuel to plug budget deficit
Egypt has increased gasoline and diesel prices, in a second fuel price hike since the Egyptian pound was floated in November last year. Prime Minister Sherif Ismail says it's an inevitable step, as the country is trying to reduce its budget deficit.
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Tito Mboweni didn't want the job
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Tito Mboweni didn't want the job

Tito Mboweni didn't want the job
Tito Mboweni had previously taken to social media, saying he didn't want the job of finance minister. Now, he's in charge of the country's purse strings.
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Tito Mboweni replaces Nhlanhla Nene as Finance Minister.
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Tito Mboweni replaces Nhlanhla Nene as Finance Minister.

Tito Mboweni replaces Nhlanhla Nene as Finance Minister.
Former Labour Minister and Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni has replaced Nhlanhla Nene as Finance Minister. President Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement.
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Meet South Africa’s new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni
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Meet South Africa’s new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni

Meet South Africa’s new Finance Minister Tito Mboweni
Former Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni has been named the new Finance Minister. President Cyril Ramaphosa accepted Nhlahla Nene's request to relieve him of duties. Let's get more on the announcement.
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Former SARB Governor Tito Mboweni on why he offered to assist FinMin Gigaba
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Former SARB Governor Tito Mboweni on why he offered to assist FinMin Gigaba

Former SARB Governor Tito Mboweni on why he offered to assist FinMin Gigaba
Tito Mboweni, former South African Reserve Bank Governor and Businessman discusses the state of the economy, leadership and young leaders rising from the ruling Africa National Congress. On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield and Tito Mboweni discuss life in the junk status lane and what to do to get out of it.
15 : 03
Forbes Africa Ep6: Folorunsho Alakija opens up on being a secretary to world's richest black women
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Forbes Africa Ep6: Folorunsho Alakija opens up on being a secretary to world's richest black women

Forbes Africa Ep6: Folorunsho Alakija opens up on being a secretary to world's richest black women
From starting her career as a company secretary to launching one of the most prominent fashion labels, building the largest printing company in Nigeria and finally making a mark as the only prominent female in the competitive and patriarchal oil industry. This episode of My Worst Day with Peace Hyde features Folorunsho Alakija, Executive vice Chairperson of Famfa Oil with an estimated net worth of $1.82 billion dollars.
27 : 50
Kenyan entrepreneur ventures into snail farming
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Kenyan entrepreneur ventures into snail farming

Kenyan entrepreneur ventures into snail farming
About half a million tons of snails are consumed globally each year mainly in Europe and West Africa. In Kenya, Rosemary Odinga is the only entrepreneur who has ventured into heliculture - commonly known as snail farming, eager to whet the appetite of Kenyans with this foreign delicacy.
5 : 51
Nepal's billionaire Binod Chaudhary reveals his secrets to business success
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Nepal's billionaire Binod Chaudhary reveals his secrets to business success

Nepal's billionaire Binod Chaudhary reveals his secrets to business success
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.
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A sneak preview of Kenya's new passenger train
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A sneak preview of Kenya's new passenger train

A sneak preview of Kenya's new passenger train
A lot of preparation goes into launching a new train system in Kenya, including test-runs. CGTN's Maria Galang went along on one of those journeys. Let's take a look
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Zimbabwe: New tax triggers shortage concerns | Al Jazeera English
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Zimbabwe: New tax triggers shortage concerns | Al Jazeera English

Zimbabwe: New tax triggers shortage concerns | Al Jazeera English
Zimbabwe's President says a new tax on bank transactions is a painful but necessary measure to revive the economy. These are Emmerson Mnangagwa's first comments since he imposed the levy, which has led to the re-emergence of fuel queues and food shortages and some painful memories for everyday Zimbabweans.
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Pan-African passport will boost air travel by 24% - Report
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Pan-African passport will boost air travel by 24% - Report

Pan-African passport will boost air travel by 24% - Report
The introduction of the pan-African passport in 2018 will lead to an over 20% increase in travel spending on the continent. This is according to a new research by global travel technology provider, Sabre. The African union (AU) passport will - theoretically - enable African travellers to visit other countries on the continent without a visa. Currently only 13 out of 55 countries allow all Africans to enter either without a visa or to get one on arrival.
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Dow Soars More Than 300 Points Before The Close | CNBC
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Dow Soars More Than 300 Points Before The Close | CNBC

Dow Soars More Than 300 Points Before The Close | CNBC
Dow Soars More Than 300 Points Before The Close | CNBC
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Meet a self- made entrepreneur who started with just $48
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Meet a self- made entrepreneur who started with just $48

Meet a self- made entrepreneur who started with just $48
What would you do with (Ksh4,800) US$48? Doesn't sound like a lot of money but that's what Anzazi Kiti used to set up Taste Afrique Limited, a business that manufactures natural food seasoning spices.
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Zimbabwe: Potato Farming in Sacks
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Zimbabwe: Potato Farming in Sacks

Zimbabwe: Potato Farming in Sacks
Many Zimbabweans have been forced to innovate new ways to make ends meet as they struggle to survive with many being unemployed due to weak economy, many farmers have embraced farming to fend for themselves but in a special way, practicing potato farming -in sacks.
2 : 23
China transforming transport in Africa
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China transforming transport in Africa

China transforming transport in Africa
China has proved its commitment to Africa over the years when it comes to infrastructure across the continent. In East Africa, the Standard Gauge Railway project is one of the most ambitious - aiming to eventually link up the entire region. And in China - another kind of rail revolution is underway.
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INTERVIEW: Tanzania's outlook 2018
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INTERVIEW: Tanzania's outlook 2018

INTERVIEW: Tanzania's outlook 2018
Tanzania's central bank has revoked the licenses of five "critically undercapitalised" community banks to protect financial stability in East Africa's No. 3 economy. There are about 40 commercial banks and a dozen community banks, which target savings from specific communities or sectors such as farming. The financial sector is however dominated by just a handful of big banks.
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Tito Mboweni on lessons from the 2008 global financial crisis, tackling SA’s recession
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Tito Mboweni on lessons from the 2008 global financial crisis, tackling SA’s recession

Tito Mboweni on lessons from the 2008 global financial crisis, tackling SA’s recession
On this episode of Political Capital, CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters sat down with the former South African Reserve Bank Governor, Tito Mboweni to reflect on the 2008 global financial meltdown and the task of emerging South Africa out of a recession.
27 : 20
Guyana: Will its oil boom benefit the people? | The Stream
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Guyana: Will its oil boom benefit the people? | The Stream

Guyana: Will its oil boom benefit the people? | The Stream
Oil companies have identified massive offshore reserves in Guyana, one of South America's poorest nations. New estimates last week report that more than 4 billion barrels of oil could be extracted from a region known as the Stabroek block, where ExxonMobil expects to start pumping crude from in 2020. The country is poised to become a major energy supplier, but not everyone is optimistic about the potential for oil revenue to benefit Guyanese citizens. So what can Guyana do to avoid becoming another poor, yet resource-rich nation?
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Should Amazon Be Broken Up? Closing Bell Team Discusses | CNBC
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Should Amazon Be Broken Up? Closing Bell Team Discusses | CNBC

Should Amazon Be Broken Up? Closing Bell Team Discusses | CNBC
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Warren Buffett: Buying And Holding Index Funds Has Worked | CNBC
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Warren Buffett: Buying And Holding Index Funds Has Worked | CNBC

Warren Buffett: Buying And Holding Index Funds Has Worked | CNBC
Warren Buffett: Buying And Holding Index Funds Has Worked | CNBC
3 : 15
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Says He Won't Be Upgrading To The iPhone X Right Away 
| CNBC
2 : 55

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Says He Won't Be Upgrading To The iPhone X Right Away | CNBC

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Says He Won't Be Upgrading To The iPhone X Right Away | CNBC
Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Says He Won't Be Upgrading To The iPhone X Right Away | CNBC
2 : 55
Nigerian women who beat all odds to succeed in business
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Nigerian women who beat all odds to succeed in business

Nigerian women who beat all odds to succeed in business
Nigerian women have proven their grit in the areas of business and governance. Nigeria is home to female entrepreneurs such as Folorunsho Alakija, who according to Forbes is one of the richest women on earth, with an estimated net worth of $1.7 billion.
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Ugandan entrepreneur reaps big from growing demand for healthy food
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Ugandan entrepreneur reaps big from growing demand for healthy food

Ugandan entrepreneur reaps big from growing demand for healthy food
In Uganda, a young entrepreneur is transforming a fruit juice business into a multi-million shilling company. Sam Turyatunga's company manufactures banana and mango fruit juices under the Uhuru Fruit Drinks brand. His products are tapping into the fast growing demand for healthy foods.
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Ethiopian-Eritrean business opportunities in construction, hospitality opening up
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Ethiopian-Eritrean business opportunities in construction, hospitality opening up

Ethiopian-Eritrean business opportunities in construction, hospitality opening up
Business opportunities between Ethiopia and Eritrea are already opening up. Investors from Addis Ababa are now exploring opportunities in their Northern neighbour. This was evident at a business forum between Ethiopia and Eritrea held in the Eritrean capital, Asmara. Ethiopian investors seem initially keen on the construction, port and hospitality sectors.
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Nigeria entrepreneur converts shipping containers into productive farms
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Nigeria entrepreneur converts shipping containers into productive farms

Nigeria entrepreneur converts shipping containers into productive farms
One young Nigerian entrepreneur is using new agricultural technology, while promoting sustainable ways to ensure food security in cities. Angel Adelaja says she's getting a head-start on the future of farming.
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Steinhoff CEO denies all fraud allegations
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Steinhoff CEO denies all fraud allegations

Steinhoff CEO denies all fraud allegations
Steinhoff’s (SNHJ.J) former chief executive Markus Jooste was not aware of any accounting irregularities when he left the retailer in December, he told a South African parliamentary inquiry on Wednesday, which is examining an accounting scandal that rocked the company.
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🇧🇷 Brazil elections: Can a new president save the economy? | Counting the Cost
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🇧🇷 Brazil elections: Can a new president save the economy? | Counting the Cost

🇧🇷 Brazil elections: Can a new president save the economy? | Counting the Cost
As Brazilians head to the polls to elect their next president, many worry about the country's crippled economy and whether a new government will be able to turn the tide. Brazil is Latin America's largest economy and the "B" in the "BRICs". When President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva left office in January 2011, Brazil was widely regarded as Latin America's economic miracle. Today, it's a country struggling with recession and high unemployment where there is widespread unhappiness at the deteriorating quality of life. And when the country's national museum tragically went up in flames last month, many saw it as a metaphor for their own struggles.
26 : 46
🇰🇪 Kenya: The new factory of the world? 
- Counting the Cost
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🇰🇪 Kenya: The new factory of the world? - Counting the Cost

🇰🇪 Kenya: The new factory of the world? - Counting the Cost
We look at Kenya's ambitious plans to transform into a newly industrialising, middle-income country. How will change and expansion impact the informal economy? Also on Counting the Cost: Lebanon's rubbish crisis and look at how Lebanon's economy has been affected by the Syrian conflict and the refugee crisis.
25 : 46
Puntland: In search of black gold 🇸🇴 
| Counting the Cost
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Puntland: In search of black gold 🇸🇴 | Counting the Cost

Puntland: In search of black gold 🇸🇴 | Counting the Cost
As oil companies started drilling in the autonomous Somali region, will it turn rags into riches? Plus, Kabul's real estate market; the World Bank growth forecast; and Mumbai's Dharavi slum. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels.
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Tonight With Jane Dutton 
| The next step for the economy 
| 24 October 2018
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Tonight With Jane Dutton | The next step for the economy | 24 October 2018

Tonight With Jane Dutton | The next step for the economy | 24 October 2018
Jannie Rossouw from Wits Business School and political analyst Israel Mkhize weigh in on the future of the economy.
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She's 35 -- and runs a $3 billion company
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She's 35 -- and runs a $3 billion company

She's 35 -- and runs a $3 billion company
Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake launched the tech retail startup in business school with the mission of bringing a "personal stylist to your front door." Today, she's the youngest female CEO to take a company public.
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Why stocks are suddenly plunging
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Why stocks are suddenly plunging

Why stocks are suddenly plunging
The Dow plunged nearly 832 points on Wednesday, the third-worst point decline in history.
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How can Jordan solve its economic crisis? | Counting the Cost
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How can Jordan solve its economic crisis? | Counting the Cost

How can Jordan solve its economic crisis? | Counting the Cost
How can Jordan solve its economic crisis? | Counting the Cost
25 : 01
Cameroon elections
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Cameroon elections

Cameroon elections
Zimbabwe’s economy is in crisis. Food outlets and a number of other business have been forced to close because of a lack of cash.
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'I've always wanted to start my own business'
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'I've always wanted to start my own business'

'I've always wanted to start my own business'
Outgoing CEO of the Shanduka Group Phuti Mahanyele shares her journey as an aspiring entrepreneur and her time spent at Shanduka.
4 : 50
Christo Wiese to sue Steinhoff for R59bn
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Christo Wiese to sue Steinhoff for R59bn

Christo Wiese to sue Steinhoff for R59bn
"Business tycoon and former Steinhoff Chair, Christo Wiese is suing Steinhoff in a bid to recoup the R59 billion cash investment he made into the retailer in 2015 and 2016 via his business, The Titan Group.
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Zim economic situation from bad to worse
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Zim economic situation from bad to worse

Zim economic situation from bad to worse
Zimbabwe's economic situation seems to have gone from bad to worse. Food outlets have been closed and the country is running short of basic necessities, including food, petrol and medication. Zimbabwean lawyer, Brian Kagoro, joins us in studio now.
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Few winners in South Africa economy
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Few winners in South Africa economy

Few winners in South Africa economy
Nearly 20 years on from the end of white minority rule and a programme of black economic empowerment, South Africa continues to suffer widespread inequality, poverty and unemployment. Andrew England reports on the country's challenges and aspirations For more video content from the Financial
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President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nhlanhla Nene answer questions from media on #stimuluspackage
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President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nhlanhla Nene answer questions from media on #stimuluspackage

President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nhlanhla Nene answer questions from media on #stimuluspackage
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene answer questions from media about the details of the #stimuluspackage.
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🇪🇬 Egypt's Women Street Sellers 
| Al Jazeera World
44 : 01

🇪🇬 Egypt's Women Street Sellers | Al Jazeera World

🇪🇬 Egypt's Women Street Sellers | Al Jazeera World
Egypt's Women Street Sellers
44 : 01
South Africa's economic well-being not out as expected
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South Africa's economic well-being not out as expected

South Africa's economic well-being not out as expected
Moody's has been the most lenient of the three major agencies in the past. But now there's a new finance minister and the country is in recession.
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Explainer: Everything you need to know about the VBS scandal in under 3 minutes
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Explainer: Everything you need to know about the VBS scandal in under 3 minutes

Explainer: Everything you need to know about the VBS scandal in under 3 minutes
The explosive findings of a damning report into the failure of VBS Mutual Bank reveals how its architects and accomplices stole a bank.
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Brexit talks stand-off ahead of high stakes EU summit
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Brexit talks stand-off ahead of high stakes EU summit

Brexit talks stand-off ahead of high stakes EU summit
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May warned a draft treaty to take Britain out of the bloc was a "non-starter” and risked tearing her government apart. Dominic Raab, UK Brexit secretary, returned home after tense talks with negotiator Michel Barnier
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Trade wars and debt: The biggest risks to world economy | Counting the Cost
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Trade wars and debt: The biggest risks to world economy | Counting the Cost

Trade wars and debt: The biggest risks to world economy | Counting the Cost
Trade wars and debt: The biggest risks to world economy | Counting the Cost
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OPEC and the stagnant price of oil - Counting the Cost
25 : 51

OPEC and the stagnant price of oil - Counting the Cost

OPEC and the stagnant price of oil - Counting the Cost
OPEC and the stagnant price of oil - Counting the Cost
25 : 51
Africa Business News - 12 Oct 2018: Part 2
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Africa Business News - 12 Oct 2018: Part 2

Africa Business News - 12 Oct 2018: Part 2
We hone in on the type of activity that's ben playing out on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange given the liguidity crunch the country is currently facing.
7 : 21
Expectations: Tito Mboweni's maiden Mid-term budget speech
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Expectations: Tito Mboweni's maiden Mid-term budget speech

Expectations: Tito Mboweni's maiden Mid-term budget speech
For more on Wednesday's medium-term budget, the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants' Pieter Faber, speaks to eNCA.
10 : 01
Capital Connection EP14:  Tackling youth unemployment in Africa
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Capital Connection EP14: Tackling youth unemployment in Africa

Capital Connection EP14: Tackling youth unemployment in Africa
In this episode of Capital Connection discusses ‘youth and unemployment’ with guests Mary Dinah, CEO of Job-Link; Prince Madau, former intern at Southern Africa Trust and Kenneth Diole from Grind Africa. We also get a view on the gathering of 40 African leaders in Beijing for the Africa-China Summit with Cobus van Staden, Senior Researcher for China-Africa Relation at the South African Institute of International Affairs.
26 : 50
This is what Steinhoff’s race to pay-off debt is costing shareholders
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This is what Steinhoff’s race to pay-off debt is costing shareholders

This is what Steinhoff’s race to pay-off debt is costing shareholders
All eyes will be on embattled Steinhoff International on Friday as the company holds its Annual General Meeting in Amsterdam. Benguela Global Fund Managers is one of those who will be keeping a close eye on the AGM following one of the biggest corporate scandals to hit South Africa with Steinhoff at the centre of it. Speaking to CNBC Africa in a joint interview, Benguela’s Chief Investment Officer, Zwelakhe Mnguni, alongside Karl Gevers, Head of Research, say the resolution to re-appoint existing board members is unethical.
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Former Vele Investments CEO reveals the magnitude of VBS troubles
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Former Vele Investments CEO reveals the magnitude of VBS troubles

Former Vele Investments CEO reveals the magnitude of VBS troubles
VBS Mutual Bank continues to find itself in choppy waters as allegations of mismanagement continue to mar the group, a situation described by the ruling party as a sorry state of affairs. CNBC Africa's Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke with Maanda Manyatshe, Former CEO of Vele Investments which is the major shareholder of the bank.
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Rand seeks guidance from SARB rate decision
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Rand seeks guidance from SARB rate decision

Rand seeks guidance from SARB rate decision
In this episode of Currency Wars, CNBC Africa's Brigid Taylor finds out from RMB's Interest Rate Derivatives Specialist Andre Eerenstein, whether June’s shock consumer price inflation figures will put a dampener on the South African Reserve Bank to hike rates.
11 : 41
Universal Robots' UR5e Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
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Universal Robots' UR5e Rings the NYSE Closing Bell

Universal Robots' UR5e Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
The ringing of the closing bell on October 17 at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was highly unusual as the prestigious task was performed not by a human, but by a robot arm. The bell ringer, Universal Robots’ UR5e with a two-fingered gripper from Robotiq, is a collaborative robot – or cobot – able to work alongside people with no safety guarding, giving watchers worldwide the opportunity to see just how easily cobots interact with humans.
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See the first ever robot to ring the closing bell at the NYSE
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See the first ever robot to ring the closing bell at the NYSE

See the first ever robot to ring the closing bell at the NYSE
Stuart Shepherd, regional sales director for Universal Robots’ Americas division, shows off the first ever robotic arm to ring the bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
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Nokia Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
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Nokia Rings the NYSE Closing Bell

Nokia Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes Nokia (NYSE: NOK) to highlight Nokia's reinvention and the launch of Risto Siilasmaa's book, Transforming Nokia: The Power of Paranoid Optimism to Lead Through Colossal Change, out October 12th. Honoring the occasion, Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman of the Board of Directors, rings the NYSE Closing Bell.
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Opening Bell, October 4, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 4, 2018

Opening Bell, October 4, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Mateusz Morawiecki, Republic of Poland prime minister, at the NYSE, and Guardant Health with CEO Helmy Eltoukhy and President AmirAli Talasaz at the Nasdaq.
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South Africa: Metered taxis clash with Uber drivers over routes
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South Africa: Metered taxis clash with Uber drivers over routes

South Africa: Metered taxis clash with Uber drivers over routes
South Africa: Metered taxis clash with Uber drivers over routes
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How will a global trade war affect Africa? 
| Counting the Cost
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How will a global trade war affect Africa? | Counting the Cost

How will a global trade war affect Africa? | Counting the Cost
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has upgraded its growth outlook for sub-Saharan Africa in 2019, citing a recovery in Nigeria. Africa's most populous country is recovering from its worst contraction in a quarter of a century as prices for commodities like oil head higher. And there's a positive contagion effect. In an update to its World Economic Outlook report, the IMF said the sub-Saharan region as a whole is now expected to grow 3.8 percent in 2019. That's up 0.1 percent compared with April's forecast. But there was also a warning about the impact of tit-for-tat tariffs.
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Germany's economic forces at play 🇩🇪 
| Counting the Cost
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Germany's economic forces at play 🇩🇪 | Counting the Cost

Germany's economic forces at play 🇩🇪 | Counting the Cost
Germany's economic forces at play | Counting the Cost
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How technology is disrupting African businesses
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How technology is disrupting African businesses

How technology is disrupting African businesses
Technology has been a major enabler in helping African entrepreneurs create home-grown solutions. CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi caught up with; Eunice Adeyemi, Convener of Africa as a platform, Beri Mbenkun, Founder and CEO of Nanoarc and Onyeka Akumah, Co-Founder and CEO, Farmcrowdy to discuss how Africans are using technology to create innovative solutions and the economic impact of these ideas.
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WATCH: Ekurhuleni is the 'engine of economic growth' - Ramaphosa at launch of train plant
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WATCH: Ekurhuleni is the 'engine of economic growth' - Ramaphosa at launch of train plant

WATCH: Ekurhuleni is the 'engine of economic growth' - Ramaphosa at launch of train plant
South Africa's number one has described Ekurhuleni, where the official launch of a multibillion-rand train manufacturing plant was held, as the engine of economic growth in the country. The plant is expected to deliver two new trains by December 2018, an additional nine by March 2019 and an estimated 56 over the next two years.
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JSE plummets in global market sell-off
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JSE plummets in global market sell-off

JSE plummets in global market sell-off
Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the markets going loco and the rout is Gary Booysen, Director and Portfolio Manager, Rand Swiss and Neil Wilson, Chief Market Analyst for Markets.
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VBS scandal: Is there lack of political accountability in South Africa?
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VBS scandal: Is there lack of political accountability in South Africa?

VBS scandal: Is there lack of political accountability in South Africa?
Can we really expect prosecutions and political accountability from the Great heist at VBS? Political Capital reporter Karabo Letlhatlha spoke to Lumkile Mondi, Senior Lecturer at the Wits School of Economic & Business Sciences.
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NASA, Partners Ring Closing Bell at New York Stock Exchange
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NASA, Partners Ring Closing Bell at New York Stock Exchange

NASA, Partners Ring Closing Bell at New York Stock Exchange
NASA officials and representatives from U.S. commercial space partners rang the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, June 4. NASA's work with U.S. industry is making commercial research on the space station more accessible and affordable, leading to discoveries not possible on Earth. Commercial companies are already providing cargo transportation services to the orbiting laboratory and will soon launch astronauts once again from the United States. This is stimulating the growth of a robust U.S. commercial space industry with access to low-Earth orbit, creating new jobs and markets.
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TrueBlue (NYSE: TBI) Rings The NYSE Closing Bell
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TrueBlue (NYSE: TBI) Rings The NYSE Closing Bell

TrueBlue (NYSE: TBI) Rings The NYSE Closing Bell
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes TrueBlue (NYSE: TBI) to celebrate their 20th Anniversary of Listing. Honoring the occasion, Patrick Beharelle, CEO, rings the NYSE Closing Bell.
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 5, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News 
- Market News
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 5, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News

LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 5, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 5, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
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Opening Bell, October 23, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 23, 2018

Opening Bell, October 23, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Liberty Oilfield Services with CEO and Chairman Chris Wright at the NYSE, and Workday with CEO and co-founder Aneel Bhusri and Tom Bogan, Adaptive Insights CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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The Week That Was - 02 Nov 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 02 Nov 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 02 Nov 2018: Part 1
The JSE has ended red October a little bit firmer, things seem to be on the up and up for the rand, welcome to The Week That Was, Simon Brown is joined by Sasfin Brothers, Nesan Nair and David Shapiro.
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Stock Watch - 23 Oct 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 23 Oct 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 23 Oct 2018: Part 2
Jean Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital and Chantal Marx from FNB Wealth & Investments joins Siki Mgabadeli on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Opening Bell, November 1, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 1, 2018

Opening Bell, November 1, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are EnerSys with David Shaffer, president and CEO, and Fred Kaiser, Alpha Technologies Group chairman and CEO, at the NYSE, and Orchard Therapeutics with CEO Mark Rothera at the Nasdaq.
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Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks soar following midterm election results
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Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks soar following midterm election results

Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks soar following midterm election results
Discussing the current state of the markets with David Lefkowitz of UBS Global Wealth Management; Kenny Polcari of O'Neill Securities; Libby Cantrill, Pimco head of public policy; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
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Forty-four countries sign historic Africa Union free trade agreement
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Forty-four countries sign historic Africa Union free trade agreement

Forty-four countries sign historic Africa Union free trade agreement
Forty-four African countries have signed up to a historic trade agreement aimed at paving the way for a liberalized market for goods and services across the continent. The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), an agreement cast in the mold of the European Union's version was signed during the 10th Ordinary Session of African Union Heads of State summit held in the Rwandan capital, Kigali. The AfCFTA gives birth to the world's largest free trade area since the World Trade Organization.
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How to start your own bank
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How to start your own bank

How to start your own bank
Nthabeleng Likotsi, the founder and executive chairperson of Young Women in Business Network Holdings, started her own bank after growing it from a humble savings club.
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The African Energy Chamber: The new advocate for Africa’s energy sector
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The African Energy Chamber: The new advocate for Africa’s energy sector

The African Energy Chamber: The new advocate for Africa’s energy sector
The African Energy Chamber, which looks to drive the development of the re-emergence of Africa's energy industry. The association is backed by energy leaders from all over the continent and it has finally been formally established.
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South Africa’s 2018 Economy Insights
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South Africa’s 2018 Economy Insights

South Africa’s 2018 Economy Insights
What are the prospects for South Africa’s economy in 2018? Standard Bank’s Chief Economist, Goolam Ballim shares insights.
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Julius Malema and Tim Modise: 
Why global business is ready for a radical change to SA economy.
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Julius Malema and Tim Modise: Why global business is ready for a radical change to SA economy.

Julius Malema and Tim Modise: Why global business is ready for a radical change to SA economy.
Julius Malema says the compromises at the CODESA talks set the economic empowerment of black South Africans back in the rush to obtain political freedom. He says the state is competent enough to run national banks and mining companies, citing China as an example. He says the DA’s Mmusi Maimane and himself represent a generational change of political leadership, and that President Jacob Zuma suffers from a poverty of ideas.
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🌍 Trans-African railway line hopes to boost regional trade
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🌍 Trans-African railway line hopes to boost regional trade

🌍 Trans-African railway line hopes to boost regional trade
There are ambitious plans for a railway line to connect East and West Africa. The route will run through 10 different countries and it is hoped it will boost trade on the continent. The Trans-African railway line could take decades to complete.
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🇰🇷 Plastic Surgery: The Cost of Beauty
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🇰🇷 Plastic Surgery: The Cost of Beauty

🇰🇷 Plastic Surgery: The Cost of Beauty
Seoul, South Korea's capital, is at the heart of a growing obsession to look perfect. In the Apgujeong district of Seoul, the streets are lined with endless rows of plastic surgery clinics. Business is booming. In South Korea, v-shaped jaws, double eyelids and dimpled smiles are all the rage and people from across the nation, and the world, are flocking to the clinics for plastic surgery, supporting an industry worth $5bn a year. More than 4,000 clinics provide cosmetic surgery in Seoul, with an estimated 650,000 people a year going under the knife. But the surgeries performed by some of the clinics do not always live up to patients' expectations and the quest for beauty and profits is putting lives at risk.
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Forbes Africa TV: Aliko Dangote shares his secret of becoming Africa's richest man.
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Forbes Africa TV: Aliko Dangote shares his secret of becoming Africa's richest man.

Forbes Africa TV: Aliko Dangote shares his secret of becoming Africa's richest man.
We are 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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Universal Credit "isn't working"
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Universal Credit "isn't working"

Universal Credit "isn't working"
Rent arrears, evictions and food bank use on the up. As part of our Line 18 series, Sky's Tom Rayner looks into why Universal Credit isn't working.
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Why People Are Boycotting Nike Following New Colin Kaepernick Advert
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Why People Are Boycotting Nike Following New Colin Kaepernick Advert

Why People Are Boycotting Nike Following New Colin Kaepernick Advert
Since the release of a new Nike ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick Monday, many customers of the shoe giant have been destroying their branded apparel in a fiery protest of the partnership. Kaepernick is the new face of the company as Nike marks the 30th anniversary of its "Just Do It" campaign. The new ad features the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback with the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," a reference to his stalled NFL career.
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Nepal's first billionaire explains his success
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Nepal's first billionaire explains his success

Nepal's first billionaire explains his success
A man who turned noodles into a multi-million dollar business has become the first Nepalese to make it into the Forbes magazine rich list. He tells Al Jazeera how he found the recipe for his fortune in one of the world's poorest, war-ridden nations.
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🇮🇳 Arunachalam Muruganantham: 
India's Menstruation Man | AJ Shorts
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🇮🇳 Arunachalam Muruganantham: India's Menstruation Man | AJ Shorts

🇮🇳 Arunachalam Muruganantham: India's Menstruation Man | AJ Shorts
When he found out his wife was using old rags to manage her periods, Arunachalam Muruganantham, or Muruga, became obsessed with making the perfect sanitary pad for her. His neighbours called him a pervert and his wife left him, but he never gave up. After years of work, his invention has changed the lives of millions of women across India.
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🇹🇷 🇺🇸 Is the US-Turkey crisis beyond repair? 
| Inside Story
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🇹🇷 🇺🇸 Is the US-Turkey crisis beyond repair? | Inside Story

🇹🇷 🇺🇸 Is the US-Turkey crisis beyond repair? | Inside Story
There are fears the worsening dispute between Washington and Ankara could hurt Turkey's economy with the Turkish lira hitting record lows against the dollar in recent days. The row is related to the detention of US pastor Andrew Brunson on terror-related charges in Turkey. But the differences between the two NATO allies have been widening over a number of issues. Erdogan has written an opinion piece in the New York Times warning that the US must respect Turkey's sovereignty or their partnership could be in jeopardy. So, will ties between the countries deteriorate even further?
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US carmakers fear losing business in China
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US carmakers fear losing business in China

US carmakers fear losing business in China
Amid deepening trade tension between China and the United States, one of the world's biggest annual car shows has opened in Beijing. The exhibitors include major US auto manufacturers who are concerned the current friction could damage their plans in what is now the world's largest auto market.
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Good to great S. African companies
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Good to great S. African companies

Good to great S. African companies
What makes good to great companies and how can we use this knowledge to invest? Tonight, Bruce Whitfield speaks to Vusi Thembekwayo, global business speaker and judge on SAfrica's version of Dragon's Den, about how to find such companies.
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🇯🇵 Earthrise - Japan's Future Farms
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🇯🇵 Earthrise - Japan's Future Farms

🇯🇵 Earthrise - Japan's Future Farms
By 2050, the world will need to feed an additional 2.5 billion people living in cities. Yet as the demand for food rises, the amount of land available for agriculture in developed countries is expected to decline. In Japan, at the Fujitsu factory of Aizu-Wakamatsu which still manufactures semiconductor chips for computers, a different project is underway which may offer a solution to this problem. The company has converted an unused part of the factory into a farm to grow food - and more specifically, to grow lettuce. Fujitsu has focused on growing a low-potassium variety, which is sold to people with kidney problems who cannot process the mineral properly.
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Earthrise - The Great Green Wall
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Earthrise - The Great Green Wall

Earthrise - The Great Green Wall
The Sahara is creeping into the verdant southern Africa. To counter desertification, the Community of Sahel-Saharan States has launched the Great Green Wall, a project to create a tree belt across the continent coast to coast through 11 countries.
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🇨🇳 How China is changing Africa | The Stream
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🇨🇳 How China is changing Africa | The Stream

🇨🇳 How China is changing Africa | The Stream
On The Stream: How China is fueling economic growth in African nations.
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Shea butter in Ghana: 
Hard labour for smooth skin
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Shea butter in Ghana: Hard labour for smooth skin

Shea butter in Ghana: Hard labour for smooth skin
What is the price of having smooth skin? Some people spend a lot of money on beauty products which contain shea butter, but not much of that trickles down to the widows of a small farming community in northern Ghana who process nuts from which the moisturising paste is made.
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How to deal with the fuel price increase
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How to deal with the fuel price increase

How to deal with the fuel price increase
Tough times are ahead with consumers paying over R15.00 a litre for petrol. This is the third hike this year. It will have a knock-on effect on transport costs and other essentials. Financial Consultant, Samke Mhlongo, unpacks more about how you can deal with the fuel price increase.
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Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas chats to MaMatthew Le Cordeur.
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Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas chats to MaMatthew Le Cordeur.

Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas chats to MaMatthew Le Cordeur.
Deputy Minister of Finance Mcebisi Jonas chats to MaMatthew Le Cordeur.
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Reaction to South Africa's former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene's resignation as finance minister.
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Reaction to South Africa's former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene's resignation as finance minister.

Reaction to South Africa's former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene's resignation as finance minister.
Former Labour Minister and Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni replaces Nhlanhla Nene as finance minister.
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Kenya's highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income
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Kenya's highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income

Kenya's highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income
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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Business News
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Business News

Business News
ConCourt rules Shaun Abrahams' appointment as NPA head invalid, Sappi drops on third quarter earnings and the Turkish lira continues its freefall
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Mariott International to build 5 new hotels in South Africa
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Mariott International to build 5 new hotels in South Africa

Mariott International to build 5 new hotels in South Africa
Marriott International has announced plans to build five new hotels in South Africa. It's hoping to capitalise on the growing business and leisure market. Marriott has partnered with local developer Amdec, which will invest more than 2-hundred and 14-million dollars in building two hotels in Johannesburg and three in Cape Town.
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🇻🇪 From riches to rags: Venezuela's economic crisis | The Big Picture
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🇻🇪 From riches to rags: Venezuela's economic crisis | The Big Picture

🇻🇪 From riches to rags: Venezuela's economic crisis | The Big Picture
The Venezuelan people struggle to cope with the toxic effects of hyperinflation, severe debt and chronic food and medicine shortages, as Venezuela - once the wealthiest country in the region - is mired in the worst economic crisis in its history.
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🇮🇷 Iran currency halves in less than a year 
| Al Jazeera English
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🇮🇷 Iran currency halves in less than a year | Al Jazeera English

🇮🇷 Iran currency halves in less than a year | Al Jazeera English
The value of the Iranian Rial has halved in less than a year. There have been further threats to the economy posed by the imposition of US sanctions and the loss of oil customers after Donald Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal. While some Iranians blame the Americans, others say their own leaders should have known better.
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Nigeria's growing middle class have an appetite for luxury
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Nigeria's growing middle class have an appetite for luxury

Nigeria's growing middle class have an appetite for luxury
Some African economies have continued to grow rapidly even during the global downturn. But long before then,Nigerians have been known for their love for glamour and big spending. It's not unheard of for a champagne bottle to cost an unbelievable amount. So just what is it about Nigerians and luxury brands?
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eNCA explores the historically high price of petrol in South Africa.
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eNCA explores the historically high price of petrol in South Africa.

eNCA explores the historically high price of petrol in South Africa.
Global oil prices and the weaker rand are spiking the price of petrol. But just how much more does the fuel levy add to the pain at the pumps?
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Episode 7: Easy Equities CEO's tips on how to generate wealth from the stock market
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Episode 7: Easy Equities CEO's tips on how to generate wealth from the stock market

Episode 7: Easy Equities CEO's tips on how to generate wealth from the stock market
Have you ever thought that investing on the stock market is beyond your abilities? As an entrepreneur investing on the stock market is a great way to get some capital especially when those doors standing in your way of funding are made of concrete. My heavy hitter this evening is Charles Savage, CEO of Easy Equities and not only will he be sharing the story of his journey to the top but you will be getting the 101 on generating wealth from the stock market.
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Julius Malema on EFF funding
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Julius Malema on EFF funding

Julius Malema on EFF funding
South Africa opposition EFF leader Julius Malema talks to CNBC Africa on the funding behind EFF and their investment policies.
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Money Talks: South African Airways nears bankruptcy.
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Money Talks: South African Airways nears bankruptcy.

Money Talks: South African Airways nears bankruptcy.
South Africa's flagship carrier is on the verge of bankruptcy. Documents presented to the government show South African Airways is insolvent and unable to pay its debts without government help.
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BBC World News: Business Live
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BBC World News: Business Live

BBC World News: Business Live
BBC World News: Business Live
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The biggest business stories on African Business News
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The biggest business stories on African Business News

The biggest business stories on African Business News
Hosted by Victor Kgomoeswana, Africa Business News unpacks the biggest business stories from West, East and Southern Africa, with reports on the growing trends and latest economic developments on the continent. On this episode we look at the latest on Ebola, the growth of mobile money and what Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote has up his sleeve.
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Businesses in Qatar booming since Gulf crisis began
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Businesses in Qatar booming since Gulf crisis began

Businesses in Qatar booming since Gulf crisis began
The International Monetary Fund says the economic impact of the blockade on Qatar is fading. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic and financial ties in June. The IMF has found that the crisis has acted as a catalyst for self-reliance.
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🇨🇳 What's the endgame in the US-China trade war? | Counting the Cost (Full)
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🇨🇳 What's the endgame in the US-China trade war? | Counting the Cost (Full)

🇨🇳 What's the endgame in the US-China trade war? | Counting the Cost (Full)
Businesses in Qatar booming since Gulf crisis began | Al Jazeera English
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Madagascar's illegal sapphire mines
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Madagascar's illegal sapphire mines

Madagascar's illegal sapphire mines
Indris - the largest lemurs - are native to Madagascar but their existence is threatened by illegal sapphire mining. Since late last year more than 40,000 miners have descended on the island.
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SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers his first medium term budget speech
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SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers his first medium term budget speech

SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers his first medium term budget speech
(Watch Full speech) - South Africa’s newly-appointed Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers his first Medium Term Budget Policy Statement.
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Stock Watch - 08 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 08 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 08 Oct 2018: Part 1
Join Ian Cruickshanks from the SA Institute of Race Relations, Paul Chakaduka from GT247.com and Simon Brown as they take an in-depth look at the day's market activity and answer some of your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch - 19 Sept 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 19 Sept 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 19 Sept 2018: Part 1
Simon Brown is joined by Wayne McCurrie from Wealth and Investments at First National Bank and Caroline Cremen from Adviceworx to answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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Avianca Holdings S.A. (NYSE: AVH) celebrating their 5th Anniversary of Listing
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Avianca Holdings S.A. (NYSE: AVH) celebrating their 5th Anniversary of Listing

Avianca Holdings S.A. (NYSE: AVH) celebrating their 5th Anniversary of Listing
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes Avianca Holdings S.A. (NYSE: AVH) celebrating their 5th Anniversary of Listing. Honoring the occasion, Hernan Rincon, CEO, rings the NYSE Closing Bell.
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Stock Watch Picks - 07 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 07 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 07 Nov 2018
Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth & Investments chose Redefine Properties (RDF) /R10.41 (+3.58%) as his stock pick of the day and David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities thinks that what is happening in the US at the moment is a good thing and still likes tech stocks but nothing in particular at the moment.
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Stock Watch - 05 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 05 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 05 Nov 2018: Part 2
Join Jonathan Fisher from PSG Wealth Sandton, Joseph Busha from JM Busha Investment Group and Simon Brown as they take an in-depth look at the day's market activity and answer some of your stock related questions.
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Safaricom launches M PESA Global a new and revolutionary service that opens up M PESA to the world
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Safaricom launches M PESA Global a new and revolutionary service that opens up M PESA to the world

Safaricom launches M PESA Global a new and revolutionary service that opens up M PESA to the world
Safaricom partners with Western Union to launch M-PESA Global a new and revolutionary service that opens up M-PESA to the world. The new service will allow anyone from virtually anywhere in the world to send money to any M-PESA customer in Kenya. In a first of its kind, all M-PESA customers can now send money to almost any individual across the world through a variety of channels including directly into their bank accounts, and for pick up at more than 500,000 Western Union agent locations.
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Stock Watch - 05 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 05 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 05 Nov 2018: Part 1
Join Jonathan Fisher from PSG Wealth Sandton, Joseph Busha from JM Busha Investment Group and Simon Brown as they take an in-depth look at the day's market activity and answer some of your stock related questions.
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Opening Bell, November 6, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 6, 2018

Opening Bell, November 6, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Voya Financial with CEO Charles Nelson at the NYSE, and Shutterfly with Christopher North, president & CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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A lot of factors could be baked into Apple's iPhone XR halt, says CNBC's Kovach
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A lot of factors could be baked into Apple's iPhone XR halt, says CNBC's Kovach

A lot of factors could be baked into Apple's iPhone XR halt, says CNBC's Kovach
Nehal Chokshi, Maxim Group analyst, and CNBC Digital Editor Steve Kovach joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss Apple after the stock fell amid reports it was halting production boost on the new iPhone XR model.
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Moeletsi Mbeki on the real state of the nation
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Moeletsi Mbeki on the real state of the nation

Moeletsi Mbeki on the real state of the nation
The ANC's top six leaders met today for the first time since the mass cabinet reshuffle which has polarised the movement leaders. The party is at a cross road and continues to be divided on current issues and the way forward. On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses the real state of the republic with Political Economist & Author, Moeletsi Mbeki.
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Why Mbeki is concerned by Sona postponement
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Why Mbeki is concerned by Sona postponement

Why Mbeki is concerned by Sona postponement
Asking President Jacob Zuma to resign as South Africa's head of state outside of parliament is treason. This is the word from Political Economist, Moeletsi Mbeki, as he condemned discussions between the ruling African National Congress and the country's president to convince Zuma to resign. Mbeki, who sees red-flags for South Africa after the first postponement of the State of the Nation Address in the country's democracy, sat down with CNBC Africa's Aviwe Mtila this afternoon.
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CBN assesses performance of financial markets in H1
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CBN assesses performance of financial markets in H1

CBN assesses performance of financial markets in H1
The Central Bank of Nigeria has published the half year activity report highlighting the performance of the country’s financial markets in the first half of this year.
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Moeletsi Mbeki on whether S.A's bomb has exploded
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Moeletsi Mbeki on whether S.A's bomb has exploded

Moeletsi Mbeki on whether S.A's bomb has exploded
In April, Political Economist, Moeletsi Mbeki told CNBC Africa that South Africa is a bomb waiting to explode, all it needs is a little match to spark it and it will go up in flames. In this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield finds out if the match has been lit, what this could mean for money makers and government's agenda being set by social voices.
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Stock Watch - 13 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 13 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 13 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Ashraf Mohamed from Arqaam Capital & Jean Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital.
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Stock Watch - 12 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 12 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 12 Nov 2018: Part 1
Joining Simon at the desk is Gary Booysen from RandSwiss & Ian Cruickshanks from the SAIRR.
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London businesses and Brexit - BBC London News
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London businesses and Brexit - BBC London News

London businesses and Brexit - BBC London News
With key negotiations over Britain's exit from the EU still some months away - plans are already being finalised in the City. Marc Ashdown looks at the impact on some businesses in the capital.
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Portfolio manager on his energy stock picks
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Portfolio manager on his energy stock picks

Portfolio manager on his energy stock picks
Bill Costello, Westwood Funds portfolio manager, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss his picks on energy stocks.
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The Week That Was - 26 Oct 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 26 Oct 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 26 Oct 2018: Part 1
The rand is responding to Ramaphosa's courting, the JSE did something nice this week, it's not enough but at least the country is in less shambles than the DA, 'OcSOBER' is coming to an end - pour yourself a drink, you've made it to the end of the week, this is The Week That Was, and joining Simon Brown was they try to make sense of the 'Non-sense' is Sasfin Securities' David Shapiro and Nick Kunze from Bridge Stockbrokers.
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Traders Corner - 25 Sept 2018
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Traders Corner - 25 Sept 2018

Traders Corner - 25 Sept 2018
Join founder and editor of Traders Corner, Garth Mackenzie as he takes a look at the previous week's trade and explore the possibilities for the coming week.
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The Week That Was - 28 Sept 2018: Part 2
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The Week That Was - 28 Sept 2018: Part 2

The Week That Was - 28 Sept 2018: Part 2
"South Africa, the land where public holidays are a plenty with all the moving parts. It may not feel like it but welcome to the short week that was. Joining Simon Brown as they dig through the trenches is Nerina Visser from etfSA and Nick Kunze from Bridge Fund Managers."
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You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 2
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You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 2

You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 2
Joining Bryan Hirsch for this discussion on Financial Planning and to answer some questions on the subject, are Darryl Bennett, Wealth Advisor, Sasfin, and Sandy van der Zanden, Wealth Manager, Anchor Capital (Pty) Ltd.
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How Chinese loans are making Africa poorer | Morning Express Press Review
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How Chinese loans are making Africa poorer | Morning Express Press Review

How Chinese loans are making Africa poorer | Morning Express Press Review
How Chinese loans are making Africa poorer | Morning Express Press Review
18 : 02
SA Express lose quality staff to competitors regularly
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SA Express lose quality staff to competitors regularly

SA Express lose quality staff to competitors regularly
Freeze on salary increase for management positions has led to loss of quality staff who join competition. Existing technical staff will now face a future working under SAA supervision. The training received will upskill them on areas that the CAA has raised.
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The Roffey Review - 19 Nov 2018
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The Roffey Review - 19 Nov 2018

The Roffey Review - 19 Nov 2018
Join Clive Roffey for his weekly market data analysis on this week's edition of The Roffey Review
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The Roffey Review - 12 Nov 2018
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The Roffey Review - 12 Nov 2018

The Roffey Review - 12 Nov 2018
Join Clive Roffey for his weekly market data analysis on this week's edition of The Roffey Review
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Stock Watch - 27 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 27 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 27 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Nesan Nair from Sasfin & Bright Khumalo from Vestact.
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Stock Watch Picks - 29 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 29 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 29 Nov 2018
Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealth chose Combines Motor Holdings (CMH) / R22.50 (0% /flat) as his stock pick of the day and Waldo du Plessis from Nitrogen Fund Managers chose Rand Merchant Investments (RMI) / R36.14 (-0.93%)
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Opening Bell, December 4, 2018
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Opening Bell, December 4, 2018

Opening Bell, December 4, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Vale S.A. with CEO Fabio Schvartsman at the NYSE and BNP Paribas with CEO Bob Hawley at the Nasdaq.
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Today's Bell Ringer, December 3, 2018
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Today's Bell Ringer, December 3, 2018

Today's Bell Ringer, December 3, 2018
Today's bell ringers are Marathon Petroleum with CEO and chairman Gary Heminger at the NYSE to celebrate the close of its Andeavor transaction, and OraSure Technologies at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, December 12, 2018
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Opening Bell, December 12, 2018

Opening Bell, December 12, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Tencent Music Entertainment, a China-based music streaming company, with CEO Cussion Kar Shun Pang at the NYSE and South State Corporation with CEO Robert R. Hill Jr. at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, December 13, 2018
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Opening Bell, December 13, 2018

Opening Bell, December 13, 2018
Ringing the opening bell are Natural Gas Services Group with CEO Stephen Taylor at the NYSE and non-profit organization Ceres with CEO Mindy Lubber at the Nasdaq.
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Exclusive interview with AU Chair, Rwanda President Paul Kagame
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Exclusive interview with AU Chair, Rwanda President Paul Kagame

Exclusive interview with AU Chair, Rwanda President Paul Kagame
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame and the head of the African Union, answers questions on China’s influence, migrants, trade, business and investment in a hour long special live on CNBC Africa.
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Zimbabwe diaspora entrepreneurs see opportunity in Zim amid economic crisis
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Zimbabwe diaspora entrepreneurs see opportunity in Zim amid economic crisis

Zimbabwe diaspora entrepreneurs see opportunity in Zim amid economic crisis
As Zimbabwe celebrates one year with-ought Robert Mugabe, and also faces one of its worst economic crisis; some Zimbabweans in diaspora are making plans, on how they can contribute to the development of the country.
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Edcon woes may soon be over
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Edcon woes may soon be over

Edcon woes may soon be over
Edcon's woes may soon be over. It's expected to make an announcement on the future of the company later today, via the Irish Stock Exchange. The South African Federation of Trade Unions says if Edcon does go under, it would be the biggest loss of jobs in SA's history.
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Edcon approves recapitalisation plan
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Edcon approves recapitalisation plan

Edcon approves recapitalisation plan
The Edcon Board has approved the structure of the proposed recapitalisation plan.
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Road to Davos 2019: Shifting to globalization 4.0
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Road to Davos 2019: Shifting to globalization 4.0

Road to Davos 2019: Shifting to globalization 4.0
The World Economic Forum's annual meetings in Davos 2019 will focus on shaping a new architecture for the next wave of globalisation. Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, a co-founder of Andela and Ada Osakwe CEO of Agrolay ventures join CNBC Africa's Esther Awoniyi to share some perspective on this.
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Opening Bell: January 3, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 3, 2019

Opening Bell: January 3, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Programs for Parents Inc. with CEO Dr. Beverly Lynn at the NYSE and APYX Medical Corp with CEO and President Charles Goodwin at the Nasdaq.
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Today's Bell Ringer, January 7, 2019
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Today's Bell Ringer, January 7, 2019

Today's Bell Ringer, January 7, 2019
Today's bell ringers are Advisorshares Trust ETFs with Portfolio Manager Emidio Checcone and DoubleLine executives Ron Redell, Jeffrey Sherman and Barbara Vanevery at the NYSE and MicroStrategy with founder Michael Saylor at the Nasdaq.
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Uriri member of parliament Mark Nyamita slams the government over privatization of millers
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Uriri member of parliament Mark Nyamita slams the government over privatization of millers

Uriri member of parliament Mark Nyamita slams the government over privatization of millers
Uriri member of parliament Mark Nyamita slammed the government over privatization of millers in the country. He said at the moment Sony Sugar company is on a verge of collapsing as they embark on crashing of 40% of sugarcane which is producing 32% of actual sugar. He added that the government is out to kill all millers in the country through privatization.
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Today's Bell Ringer: January 8, 2019
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Today's Bell Ringer: January 8, 2019

Today's Bell Ringer: January 8, 2019
Today's bell ringers are Janus Hendeson Investors with John Kerschner, head of US Securitized Products, at the NYSE and American Finance Trust with CEO Michael Weil at the Nasdaq.
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IMF cuts Nigeria’s growth forecast to 2% in 2019
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IMF cuts Nigeria’s growth forecast to 2% in 2019

IMF cuts Nigeria’s growth forecast to 2% in 2019
The International Monetary Fund has cut its growth projection for Nigeria to two per cent this year down from the 2.3 per cent it had previously projected.
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Christine Lagarde: Fed's new policy is 'good news, bad news' - Davos 2019
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Christine Lagarde: Fed's new policy is 'good news, bad news' - Davos 2019

Christine Lagarde: Fed's new policy is 'good news, bad news' - Davos 2019
CNBC's Sara Eisen sits down with Christine Lagarde, the managing director and chairwoman of the International Monetary Fund, to discuss the Federal Reserve, the ongoing U.S. government shutdown and more.
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The Roffey Review - 21 Jan 2019
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The Roffey Review - 21 Jan 2019

The Roffey Review - 21 Jan 2019
Join Clive Roffey as he takes a look at the current state of the market, the long term picture of the ALSI and what can be expected in 2019
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The Roffey Review - 14 Jan 2019
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The Roffey Review - 14 Jan 2019

The Roffey Review - 14 Jan 2019
Join Clive Roffey as he takes a look at the current state of the market, the long term picture of the ALSI and what can be expected in 2019
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Daily Stock Pick - 18 Jan 2019: Naspers
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Daily Stock Pick - 18 Jan 2019: Naspers

Daily Stock Pick - 18 Jan 2019: Naspers
Sam Mokorosi from Vunani Capital chose Naspers (NPN)/R3062.52 (+0.62%) as his stock pick of the day.
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Stock Watch - 24 Jan 2019: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 24 Jan 2019: Part 1

Stock Watch - 24 Jan 2019: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealth AND Rowan Williams from Nitrogen Fund Managers.
14 : 57
Angela Merkel, Jack Ma, Shinzo Abe & More Speak At The 2019 World Economic Forum | TIME
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Angela Merkel, Jack Ma, Shinzo Abe & More Speak At The 2019 World Economic Forum | TIME

Angela Merkel, Jack Ma, Shinzo Abe & More Speak At The 2019 World Economic Forum | TIME
Angela Merkel, Jack Ma, Shinzo Abe & More Speak At The 2019 World Economic Forum | TIME
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SA economic outlook for 2019
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SA economic outlook for 2019

SA economic outlook for 2019
The economic outlook for 2019 is not impressive. This is according to economists who expect the slow growth to continue on the back of weak business confidence and the slowing global economy. They say primary sectors of the economy will continue to struggle leading to weak job creation prospects.
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Impact of COVID-19 on businesses
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Impact of COVID-19 on businesses

Impact of COVID-19 on businesses
President Cyril Ramaphosa is meeting political party leaders and the business fraternity amid concerns over the impact of coronavirus on the economy. Here are some of the interventions the SA Youth Chamber of Commerce expects President Ramaphosa to announce today.
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African Women In Business
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African Women In Business

African Women In Business
Women starting and working in their own businesses is most definitely good progress - and it's happening more and more in Ghana. The only issue is, most are stuck at the "micro" level. About 80 per cent of women-owned businesses are unable to expand - as Metro TV's Naa Kwarley Oteng-Boadu reports from Accra for the BBC.
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Ivanka Trump closing clothing company
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Ivanka Trump closing clothing company

Ivanka Trump closing clothing company
President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, has announced she is shutting down her clothing company to focus on her work in Washington. The announcement comes as several ethics issues with the company remain unresolved.
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Zimbabwe’s currency crisis
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Zimbabwe’s currency crisis

Zimbabwe’s currency crisis
Our special series from Zimbabwe looks at the country’s continuing economic decline. Has a government programme to introduce so called bond notes failed, as 15 million people don’t have the money to buy food?
10 : 45
Somaliland secures $442m deal to revamp Berbera port
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Somaliland secures $442m deal to revamp Berbera port

Somaliland secures $442m deal to revamp Berbera port
The port of Berbera in the autonomous state of Somaliland will soon be revamped. The country's authorities signed an agreement with marine ports company- Dubai Ports World, which will manage the project, set to become a major hub for goods in transit to and from the Horn of Africa for a period of 30 years. The company valued the project at $442 million, but said it would be a phased investment and depended on port volumes.
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Negative Rates 'Distort' Everything: Warren Buffett | CNBC
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Negative Rates 'Distort' Everything: Warren Buffett | CNBC

Negative Rates 'Distort' Everything: Warren Buffett | CNBC
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, discusses what he is telling people about market volatility and shares his thoughts on the impact of negative interest rates.
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Insight into Rwanda's Business Environment
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Insight into Rwanda's Business Environment

Insight into Rwanda's Business Environment
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. Rwanda's restructuring in the way business is conducted has been vital to its economic prosperity; be it through registration of businesses, zero tolerance to corruption or even regulatory policies.
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China - Africa Ties:  Angola Emerging As An African Powerhouse
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China - Africa Ties: Angola Emerging As An African Powerhouse

China - Africa Ties: Angola Emerging As An African Powerhouse
Angola is rapidly emerging as an economic powerhouse in Africa. That's thanks largely to its oil wealth - and diamonds. Yet its partnership with China is playing a key role in broader economic development.
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DanTDM: World's Richest YouTuber - BBC News
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DanTDM: World's Richest YouTuber - BBC News

DanTDM: World's Richest YouTuber - BBC News
DanTDM has been named the highest-earning YouTuber - making £12.3m this year, according to Forbes magazine. The 26-year-old, from Aldershot, started off making videos of himself playing Minecraft and Pokemon. He's got more than 16 million subscribers and has had more than 10 billion views of all his videos. The YouTuber, whose real name is Dan Middleton, did not feature in the top ten list last year.
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The VBS scandal has affected the poor.
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The VBS scandal has affected the poor.

The VBS scandal has affected the poor.
Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago joins Tim modise on his couch to take a look at the state of financial institutions and the banking sector in South Africa.
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Zimbabwe has been plunged into yet another economic crisis
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Zimbabwe has been plunged into yet another economic crisis

Zimbabwe has been plunged into yet another economic crisis
Zimbabwe has been plunged into yet another economic crisis. The country has run out of fuel and is experiencing food shortages coupled with rocketing prices. In 2008, Zimbabwe experienced massive inflation which crippled the nation.Correspondent Pindai Dube gives us an analysis
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Don't Panic When Stocks Get Slammed
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Don't Panic When Stocks Get Slammed

Don't Panic When Stocks Get Slammed
Don't Panic When Stocks Get Slammed
2 : 11
How SA dragon Lebo Gunguluza lost it all and then came back with a bang
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How SA dragon Lebo Gunguluza lost it all and then came back with a bang

How SA dragon Lebo Gunguluza lost it all and then came back with a bang
He started his career promoting African language stations at SABC radio; after much manoeuvring, wheeling and dealing he now owns Gunguluza Enterprises and Media. Lebo Gunguluza, one of the judges from Dragons' Den South Africa series, is a name revered and associated with entrepreneurship. He joins us to tell us about the 12-12-12, where he is committed to recruiting 12 Entrepreneurs, over 12 Months to start 12 Enterprises- an initiative in its third year.
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Hair & business in Nigeria
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Hair & business in Nigeria

Hair & business in Nigeria
Naturalistas, Sisters with the Fro; the tags keep coming as a new trend gradually sweeps across the world of beauty. This time it's all about hair, a transition from the straight to the curls.
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Local businessmen in Somalia investing in the tourism sector as security improves
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Local businessmen in Somalia investing in the tourism sector as security improves

Local businessmen in Somalia investing in the tourism sector as security improves
Somalia's capital Mogadishu was once known as the White Pearl of the Indian Ocean. With stretches of white sandy beaches, it was quite the vacation spot...That is until the country fell into chaos. Now as the political and security situation is slowly improving, Somali businessmen are investing millions of dollars trying to revive the country's tourism.
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Series 2, Episode 2: The Judy Dlamini Business Leadership journey
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Series 2, Episode 2: The Judy Dlamini Business Leadership journey

Series 2, Episode 2: The Judy Dlamini Business Leadership journey
Judy Dlamini is a soft-spoken, feminine, business titan. She is a remarkably adaptive professional who has morphed from a family doctor into an investment banker, an entrepreneur, a non-executive board director for blue chip companies, a vociferous proponent for education and an agent for social change. She is a concrete pillar of principles, with a mother’s touch…the passionate owner of an relentless work ethic which is also inculcated in her family.
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Stock Watch Picks - 17 Oct 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 17 Oct 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 17 Oct 2018
David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities chose Facebook Inc (FB) / $159.38 (+0.37%) as his stock pick of the day and Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Securities chose Amazon.com (AMZN) / $1829.50 (+0.55%)
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Lessons to be learnt from the Steinhoff saga
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Lessons to be learnt from the Steinhoff saga

Lessons to be learnt from the Steinhoff saga
The Steinhoff saga is possibly the biggest case of corporate fraud in South Africa's business history, which saw the company’s share price collapsing to the brink of death.
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The cost of a carbon-free future 
| Counting the Cost
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The cost of a carbon-free future | Counting the Cost

The cost of a carbon-free future | Counting the Cost
The cost of a carbon-free future | Counting the Cost
25 : 11
Who can solve Iraq's electricity crisis? 
| Counting the Cost
25 : 11

Who can solve Iraq's electricity crisis? | Counting the Cost

Who can solve Iraq's electricity crisis? | Counting the Cost
Who can solve Iraq's electricity crisis? | Counting the Cost
25 : 11
🇬🇷Greek whistle-blower exposes waste in refugee funding l Al Jazeera English
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🇬🇷Greek whistle-blower exposes waste in refugee funding l Al Jazeera English

🇬🇷Greek whistle-blower exposes waste in refugee funding l Al Jazeera English
A political storm is brewing in Greece over the cost of supporting the 60,000 asylum seekers and migrants. The European Union, in theory, covers 70 to 80 percent of costs of supporting the large number of refugees, but a government whistle-blower, Andreas Iliopoulos, has told Al Jazeera that many expenses may not be eligible for EU funding because the government has engaged in "fast-tracking" some of the migration-related contracts. But fast-track procedures do not meet EU transparency criteria for reimbursement and the cost of the contract falls back on the Greek state.
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Zimbabwe: Transaction tax causing a cash crisis | Al Jazeera English
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Zimbabwe: Transaction tax causing a cash crisis | Al Jazeera English

Zimbabwe: Transaction tax causing a cash crisis | Al Jazeera English
The International Monetary Fund and World Bank have approved plans for Zimbabwe to pay back more than $2bn in debt, a vital step to secure new loans to revive the economy. The government recently imposed a tax on bank transactions that has been blamed for raising prices and causing shortages, severely affecting the health sector.
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Counting the Cost - Feature - Ghana's economic woes
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Counting the Cost - Feature - Ghana's economic woes

Counting the Cost - Feature - Ghana's economic woes
Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels.
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Counting the Cost 
- Is the world addicted to debt?
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Counting the Cost - Is the world addicted to debt?

Counting the Cost - Is the world addicted to debt?
Debt was the trigger for the financial crisis in 2008, and what followed - from the collapse of Lehman Brothers to the Greek debt crisis - suggested that the world would no longer fall foul of debt. But debt continues to pile up around the world. It has actually increased by $57tn to $199tn (287 percent of global GDP), according to the McKinsey Global Institute - stifling global economic growth and heightening the risk of more defaults and market turmoil. Is the world addicted to debt? Are we heading towards another economic collapse? And what can be done to prevent a potential financial meltdown? We look at the story of oil giant Petrobras, once the motor behind Brazil's spectacular transformation into a global superpower, which was hit hard by the sharp decline in oil prices, the slowdown of China's economy, and a corruption scandal of epic proportions. Susan Lund, the director of research at the McKinsey Global Institute, joins the programme to discuss why global debt keeps rising and why the world is addicted to debt. We also look at Nigeria's fight against crude corruption and ask whether the TPP representsa threat to regional trade deals.
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Stock Watch - 15 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 15 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 15 Oct 2018: Part 1
Join Nick Kunze from Bridge Fund Managers, Gary Booysens from RandSwiss and Siki Mgabadeli as they take an in-depth look at the day's market activity and answer some of your stock related questions.
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South African businesses are experiencing high levels of debt
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South African businesses are experiencing high levels of debt

South African businesses are experiencing high levels of debt
South African businesses are experiencing high levels of debt as the economy continues to face headwinds. This is according to the latest edition of the Experian Business Debt Index. The index for the first quarter of 2016 showed business debt health improved slightly, but is still close to the zero level, which distinguishes between improvement and deterioration in business debt conditions.
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Steinhoff's former CEO at Parliament
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Steinhoff's former CEO at Parliament

Steinhoff's former CEO at Parliament
Steinhoff's former CEO will be grilled by a joint parliamentary committee today. eNCA's Lester Kiewit is on the story.
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South African President Ramaphosa says the days of importing passenger trains are nearly over
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South African President Ramaphosa says the days of importing passenger trains are nearly over

South African President Ramaphosa says the days of importing passenger trains are nearly over
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the days of importing passenger trains are nearly over. He officially opened a train manufacturing and service plant, in Nigel that he says will help improve services in the country. But, what's happened to the Spanish locomotives PRASA bought for 600 million rand - that were not suitable for the country's rail infrastructure? Malungelo Booi finds out.
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Opening Bell, October 3, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 3, 2018

Opening Bell, October 3, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are HP Inc. with Dion Weisler, president and CEO, at the NYSE, and Upwork with Stephane Kasriel, president and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Ravin Gandhi- CEO GMM Nonstick on CNBC CLOSING BELL 3/8/18
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Ravin Gandhi- CEO GMM Nonstick on CNBC CLOSING BELL 3/8/18

Ravin Gandhi- CEO GMM Nonstick on CNBC CLOSING BELL 3/8/18
Ravin Gandhi- CEO GMM Nonstick on CNBC CLOSING BELL 3/8/18
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South Africa's Ramaphosa opens multimillion-dollar train manufacturing plant
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South Africa's Ramaphosa opens multimillion-dollar train manufacturing plant

South Africa's Ramaphosa opens multimillion-dollar train manufacturing plant
To South Africa now, where a new multimillion-dollar train manufacturing factory in Nigel is expected to create hundreds of jobs. It's also attracting much-needed investment and boosting the economy.The factory was officially launched on Thursday by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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Opening Bell, October 24, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 24, 2018

Opening Bell, October 24, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Hewlett Packard Enterprise with Antonio Neri, CEO and president, at the NYSE, and CyberArk with Udi Mokady, founder and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 6, 2018
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 6, 2018

Today's Bell Ringer, November 6, 2018
Today's bell ringers are Voya Financial with CEO Charles Nelson at the NYSE, and Shutterfly with Christopher North, president & CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 06 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 06 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 06 Nov 2018: Part 2
Joining Simon Brown at the desk is Chantal Marx from FNB Wealth & Investments and Bright Khumalo from Vestact.
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Pravin Gordhan meet with SAA staff members
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Pravin Gordhan meet with SAA staff members

Pravin Gordhan meet with SAA staff members
Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is meeting with South African Airways staff. It comes after Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, called for the loss-making airline to be closed down. Gordhan's warned the national carrier to implement its turnaround strategy with a greater sense of urgency. Let's go there live.
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Health budget must increase
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Health budget must increase

Health budget must increase
The health department says experts will be looking into the outbreak of necrotising enterocolitis, during the period between March and August this year.
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Business daily reveals KRA list of billionaire tax payers
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Business daily reveals KRA list of billionaire tax payers

Business daily reveals KRA list of billionaire tax payers
Business daily reveals KRA list of billionaire tax payers
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Stock Watch - 07 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 07 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 07 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth & Investments.
14 : 04
Closing Bell Exchange: Dow off session lows
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Closing Bell Exchange: Dow off session lows

Closing Bell Exchange: Dow off session lows
Discussing the current state of the markets with Chris Johnson of Johnson Research Group, Keith Bliss of Drivewealth LLC; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
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Oil is oversold at this stage, says expert
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Oil is oversold at this stage, says expert

Oil is oversold at this stage, says expert
Francisco Blanch of Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss the outlook for crude oil.
5 : 45
Juniper CEO talks company's performance
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Juniper CEO talks company's performance

Juniper CEO talks company's performance
Rami Rahim, CEO of Juniper Networks, joins "Closing Bell" to discuss his company's earnings report.
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 2, 2018
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 2, 2018

Today's Bell Ringer, November 2, 2018
Today's bell ringers are Showtime with CFO Adam Townsend at the NYSE, and Out Leadership with Todd Sears, founder and principal, at the Nasdaq.
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Nov. 2, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Nov. 2, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News

LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Nov. 2, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News - Stock Exchange
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Going off the grid: Business of standalone power systems
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Going off the grid: Business of standalone power systems

Going off the grid: Business of standalone power systems
Going off the grid. That phrase immediately brings to mind solar power and the desire for many consumers looking to go green and gain independence from power companies. But there's a growing segment of the population looking to go off the grid with another natural resource - water.
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AvalonBay Communities, Inc. (NYSE: AVB) Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
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AvalonBay Communities, Inc. (NYSE: AVB) Rings the NYSE Closing Bell

AvalonBay Communities, Inc. (NYSE: AVB) Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes AvalonBay Communities, Inc. (NYSE: AVB) celebrating their 25th Anniversary of Listing. Honoring the occasion, Dick Michaux and Chuck Berman, Founders, ring the NYSE Closing Bell.
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Analysis: Why is Turkey's currency crisis shaking global markets? | Al Jazeera English
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Analysis: Why is Turkey's currency crisis shaking global markets? | Al Jazeera English

Analysis: Why is Turkey's currency crisis shaking global markets? | Al Jazeera English
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will be boycotting US electronic products in retaliation for what he calls an economic attack on his country.. Erdogan has repeatedly denied that the national currency is in crisis, even as it continues to slip against the dollar. The lira has dropped 45 percent this year. Turkey's Central Bank is easing bank restrictions to stabilise the currency.
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Opening Bell, November 14, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 14, 2018

Opening Bell, November 14, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Vapotherm at NYSE and President and Schnitzer Steel Industries with CEO Tamara Lundgren at the Nasdaq.
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The Week That Was - 26 Oct 2018: Part 2
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The Week That Was - 26 Oct 2018: Part 2

The Week That Was - 26 Oct 2018: Part 2
The rand is responding to Ramaphosa's courting, the JSE did something nice this week, it's not enough but at least the country is in less shambles than the DA, 'OcSOBER' is coming to an end - pour yourself a drink, you've made it to the end of the week, this is The Week That Was, and joining Simon Brown was they try to make sense of the 'Non-sense' is Sasfin Securities' David Shapiro and Nick Kunze from Bridge Stockbrokers.
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Why the GCC trading bloc isn't living up to its name | Counting the Cost
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Why the GCC trading bloc isn't living up to its name | Counting the Cost

Why the GCC trading bloc isn't living up to its name | Counting the Cost
Why the GCC trading bloc isn't living up to its name | Counting the Cost
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Is Africa getting into a 'debt trap' with China? | Inside Story
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Is Africa getting into a 'debt trap' with China? | Inside Story

Is Africa getting into a 'debt trap' with China? | Inside Story
China is Africa's largest trading partner and has already spent billions of dollars in investment and loans - with the promise of much more to come. From roads and railways to ports, the Chinese government is backing large-scale projects across Africa as part of its so-called 'Belt and Road' initiative. The leaders of around 50 African countries have been in Beijing for a two day summit. China's President Xi Jinping offered them 60 billion dollars in new financing deals. But what are the long-term financial risks?
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Capital Connection: Zimbabwe after Mugabe, Pravin Gordhan’s testimony
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Capital Connection: Zimbabwe after Mugabe, Pravin Gordhan’s testimony

Capital Connection: Zimbabwe after Mugabe, Pravin Gordhan’s testimony
In this episode of Capital Connection CNBC Africa discuss the effects and changes since Mugabe was forced to step down and Emmerson Mnangagwa took over joined by Advocate Fadzayi Mahere from Zimbabwe, Political Analyst; Chude Achike, from Lagos and Christopher Kaumba, Political Analyst and Researcher from Kigali. Later in the show we cross to the state capture inquiry to find the trajectory of Pravin Gordhan’s testimony. And then Wessel Lemmer, Senior Agricultural Economist at Absa joins to look into the commodity citrus and the economic contribution it makes to South Africa’s GDP.
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ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P2
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ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P2

ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P2
ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P2
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Egypt's government to scrap tariffs on EU car imports
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Egypt's government to scrap tariffs on EU car imports

Egypt's government to scrap tariffs on EU car imports
The Egyptian government has announced it will scrap tariffs on European cars from January 2019. This is part of the free-trade agreement signed with the European Union in 2004.
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Stock Watch - 21 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 21 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 21 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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Opening Bell, November 20, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 20, 2018

Opening Bell, November 20, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Retailwinds with CEO Gregory Scott at the NYSE and Tuanche Limited with CEO Wei Wen at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, November 28, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 28, 2018

Opening Bell, November 28, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Avangrid with SVP R. Scott Mahoney at the NYSE and Waitr Holdings with CEO Chris Meaux at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch Picks - 05 Dec 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 05 Dec 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 05 Dec 2018
Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth & Investments chose Sasol (SOL)/R431.50 (+0.03%) as his stock pick of the day and David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities chose BHP Group (BHP) / R276.49 (+0.07%)
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Stock Watch - 13 Dec 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 13 Dec 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 13 Dec 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening is Ricus Reeders from PSG Wealth and Sekgabo Molelekoa from Umthombo Wealth.
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Edcon CEO opens up on retailer’s turnaround strategy
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Edcon CEO opens up on retailer’s turnaround strategy

Edcon CEO opens up on retailer’s turnaround strategy
CNBC Africa spoke to Grant Pattison, CEO of ailing retailer Edcon on the group's turnaround strategy.
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Stock Watch - 28 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 28 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 28 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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Road to 2019 elections: Nigeria’s risk outlook
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Road to 2019 elections: Nigeria’s risk outlook

Road to 2019 elections: Nigeria’s risk outlook
With the emergence of the presidential candidates ahead of Nigeria's 2019 elections, Gillian Parker, Senior Analyst on Global Risk Consultancy at Control Risks joins CNBC Africa to discuss the risk outlook for Nigeria.
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Outrage over Mnangagwa's government as Zimbabwe economy drops
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Outrage over Mnangagwa's government as Zimbabwe economy drops

Outrage over Mnangagwa's government as Zimbabwe economy drops
There's been an outrage in Harare following an increase in fuel prices this despite an ongoing fuel crisis in Zimbabwe. President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced new fuel prices as the government moves in to bring sanity to the fuel sector that has been dogged by challenges. Diesel will sell at US$3.11 while petrol will sell at US$3.31 The announcement comes ahead of Mnangagwa's tour of Eastern Europe and Switzerland to strengthen bilateral and economic ties.
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Zimbabwe's Pres Mnangagwa hikes the fuel price
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Zimbabwe's Pres Mnangagwa hikes the fuel price

Zimbabwe's Pres Mnangagwa hikes the fuel price
Zimbabwe's finance Minister Mthuli Ncube says a new currency will be introduced in the next 12 months. This as a shortage of U.S. dollars has plunged the financial system into disarray and forced businesses to close. In the past two months, the southern African nation has suffered acute shortages of imported goods, including fuel. The price of fuel was increased by 150 percent on Saturday. President Emmerson Mnangagwa told reporters that the price of petrol had increased to 3 dollars 31 cents per litre from 1 dollar 32.
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Government raises fuel price by 136% as scarcity bites
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Government raises fuel price by 136% as scarcity bites

Government raises fuel price by 136% as scarcity bites
Zimbabweans on Sunday woke up to a more than double increase in the price of fuel. This was announced by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, on Saturday night. The move he says will improve the products availability and keep petrol traders viable.
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Stock Watch - 17 Jan 2019: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 17 Jan 2019: Part 2

Stock Watch - 17 Jan 2019: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Nesan Nair from Sasfin Securities and Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Securities.
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Markets report and analysis: 21 January 2019
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Markets report and analysis: 21 January 2019

Markets report and analysis: 21 January 2019
Markets report and analysis: 21 January 2019
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World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos
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World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos

World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos
The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum gets underway in Davos, Switzerland, today amid gloomy global economic forecasts. The International Monetary Fund has trimmed its forecasts for 2019 and 2020, saying it expects the global economy to grow at 3-point-5 per cent in 2019, down two percentage points from its October forecast. President Cyril Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni are leading the South African delegation
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Daily Stock Pick - 21 Jan 2019: JSE Banks Index
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Daily Stock Pick - 21 Jan 2019: JSE Banks Index

Daily Stock Pick - 21 Jan 2019: JSE Banks Index
Robert Towell from Sasfin Securities chose JSE Banks Index (J835)/ 9438.57 (-0.43%) as his stock pick of the day.
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14th Annual WEF Davos forum kicks off tomorrow
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14th Annual WEF Davos forum kicks off tomorrow

14th Annual WEF Davos forum kicks off tomorrow
The 14th annual World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos tomorrow where about 3000 high profile delegates are expected at the gathering, as alluded to earlier some leaders will not be in attendance notably President Trump and owing to the crisis in Zimbabwe, it's president will also not be in attendance. This year's meeting takes place under the theme Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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Opening Bell: January 22, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 22, 2019

Opening Bell: January 22, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Metro Atlanta Chamber with Arthur Blank and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at the NYSE and Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-N.Y.) at the Nasdaq.
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How the government shutdown is impacting the economy
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How the government shutdown is impacting the economy

How the government shutdown is impacting the economy
As the partial government shutdown enters day 33, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the economics of the shutdown. The stalemate over President Trump's border wall funding means 800,000 federal workers will miss their second paycheck Friday.
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President Ramaphosa assures investors
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President Ramaphosa assures investors

President Ramaphosa assures investors
Wrapping up his trip to the World Economic Forum In Davos, President Ramaphosa urged South Africans to support the commissions probing allegations of state capture, describing them as a way of ridding the country of past transgressions.
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Stock Watch Picks - 28 Jan 2019
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Stock Watch Picks - 28 Jan 2019

Stock Watch Picks - 28 Jan 2019
Jonathan Fisher from PSG Wealth Sandton chose Anglo American plc (AGL) / R331.99 (+1.43%) as his stock pick of the day and Ian Cruickshanks from SAIRR chose Cash
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Davos 2019: Healthcare Investment Is The Best I Have Ever Made, Says Bill Gates
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Davos 2019: Healthcare Investment Is The Best I Have Ever Made, Says Bill Gates

Davos 2019: Healthcare Investment Is The Best I Have Ever Made, Says Bill Gates
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Wednesday said investing in the global healthcare sector was the best decision he has ever made in his life as it ensures poorest countries get the best medicines at the right price. In an interview to CNBC-TV18 on the sidelines of World Economic Forum in Davos, Gates said governments spending on healthcare has plateaued across the world.
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Africa Business News - 01 Feb 2019: Part 2
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Africa Business News - 01 Feb 2019: Part 2

Africa Business News - 01 Feb 2019: Part 2
We wrap up the week that was across the continent and we kick things off with the news that made headlines before checking in on the kind of market movement it triggered across Africa.
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Opening Bell: February 1, 2019
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Opening Bell: February 1, 2019

Opening Bell: February 1, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Element Solutions with CEO Ben Gliklich, President Scot Benson and Executive Chairman Martin Franklin at the NYSE. At the Nasdaq, Research Frontiers Inc. is ringing the bell with President and CEO Joseph Harary and Gauzy CEO Eyal Peso.
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Opening Bell: February 6, 2019
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Opening Bell: February 6, 2019

Opening Bell: February 6, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Anheuser-Busch Inbev with Vice President of Peter Van Overstraeten at the NYSE and The national Black MBA Association with Board of Directors member Valerie Love at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell: February 8, 2019
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Opening Bell: February 8, 2019

Opening Bell: February 8, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are RMG Acquisition Corp. with Chairman James Carpenter at the NYSE and Covetrus with founder, president and CEO Benjamin Shaw at the Nasdaq.
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Business and Labour react to Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech
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Business and Labour react to Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech

Business and Labour react to Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech
There has been mixed a mixed reaction to Minister Tito Mboweni’s 2019 Budget Speech, but what do people in top positions in business and labour feel about this budget? Joining CNBC Africa for the CEO and Labour based discussion is Herschel Jawitz, CEO of Jawitz Properties, Matsi Modise, Vice Chairperson, Simodisa and Krister Van Rensburg the Head of Department of organisational development at AMCU.
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ANC mandate on SA Reserve Bank
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ANC mandate on SA Reserve Bank

ANC mandate on SA Reserve Bank
ANC officials have been openly clashing over the issue of South Africa's central bank, the Reserve Bank. And it's an important issue because perceived threats to the independence of the Reserve Bank have already affected the Rand and could affect levels of investment in South Africa. The issue is quite technical. Currently the Reserve Bank targets the level of the Rand. An example is that when the Rand is weak the Reserve Bank may raise interest rates which makes South African investments more attractive to encourage foreigners to trade in the Rand and cause it to strengthen. This in turn helps inflation or the rate at which prices are rising. If the Rand is very weak, imported goods can become very expensive and push up prices across the economy. So the Reserve Bank's mandate, according to the constitution, is to keep prices stable. This is often says helps the economy because runaway inflation - as we saw in Zimababwe - could be dire and make many goods unaffordable. But there's another view that the Reserve Bank could try help South African consumers by keeping rates low and that in turn will stimulate the economy. The open divide was visible after the ANC's secretary general, Ace Magashule, told journalists yesterday the party had decided at the National Executive Committee lekgotla at the weekend to expand the bank's mandate in order to ease South Africa's poverty and unemployment. That has been slammed by the Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, who said it was a reckless statement that could hurt the economy. And the ANC Head of Economic Transformation, Enoch Godongwana, has directly contracted Magashule saying the ANC took a decision not to interfere with the mandate of the central bank.
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South African woman carves niche in chilli business
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South African woman carves niche in chilli business

South African woman carves niche in chilli business
Leeko Makoene, a South African entrepreneur who started a spicy business of making chilli relishes to make extra money. Chilidido is now a lucrative business and has allowed Leeko to start Made with Rural, a platform that helps small scale rural farmers get to market.
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Priscilla Chan is trying to change the fate of an entire generation
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Priscilla Chan is trying to change the fate of an entire generation

Priscilla Chan is trying to change the fate of an entire generation
Priscilla Chan and her husband, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, have pledged 99% of their wealth to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, or CZI, which aims "to advance human potential and promote equality for all children in the next generation."
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Series 2, Ep 1:  The Sipho Nkosi Business Leadership journey
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Series 2, Ep 1: The Sipho Nkosi Business Leadership journey

Series 2, Ep 1: The Sipho Nkosi Business Leadership journey
Sipho Nkosi is a South African business icon who has created a mining empire, but his father’s attitude to the challenges of Apartheid South Africa is what shaped his mission.
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EU-UK summit on Brexit, China GDP data, Booker Prize
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EU-UK summit on Brexit, China GDP data, Booker Prize

EU-UK summit on Brexit, China GDP data, Booker Prize
The FT's Josh de la Mare highlights the key stories to watch for in the week ahead, including a crunch EU-UK summit on Brexit, figures from China on GDP growth showing the impact of the trade war with the US, and who might win the Booker Prize
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AFRICA TOURISM AND TRAVEL FAIR BUSINESS NEWS 19th OCTOBER 2018
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AFRICA TOURISM AND TRAVEL FAIR BUSINESS NEWS 19th OCTOBER 2018

AFRICA TOURISM AND TRAVEL FAIR BUSINESS NEWS 19th OCTOBER 2018
We pride ourselves in being the first ever Kenyan TV station to bring you an exclusive business bulletin, in depth business analysis and fair coverage.
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Africa's Economic outlook for 2018 
[Business Africa]
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Africa's Economic outlook for 2018 [Business Africa]

Africa's Economic outlook for 2018 [Business Africa]
Economic opportunities, Africa now benefits from more than $650 trillion in financial transactions. Africa is increasingly favoured in economic and financial transactions. The continent alone accounts for more than $650 trillion in transactions every year. According to the latest report of the African Development Bank (AfDB), the growth that accelerated in Africa in 2017 is expected to continue in 2018 and 2019. Gabon terminates its partnership with SEEG, a subsidiary of the French company V…
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Tips for Tito Mboweni ahead of his Mid-term budget speech
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Tips for Tito Mboweni ahead of his Mid-term budget speech

Tips for Tito Mboweni ahead of his Mid-term budget speech
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will present the medium-term budget policy statement today. Mboweni, who was appointed to his job earlier this month, is under pressure, with the South African economy currently in a technical recession.
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Sanitary pads, VBS and Charles Dickens: 
- Tito Mboweni’s maiden medium-term budget 
  speech
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Sanitary pads, VBS and Charles Dickens: - Tito Mboweni’s maiden medium-term budget speech

Sanitary pads, VBS and Charles Dickens: - Tito Mboweni’s maiden medium-term budget speech
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni kicked off his debut medium-term budget speech with a quote from Charles Dickens' A Tale of two Cities. Here are some of the highlights from his speech on October 24 2018.
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What to expect from Mboweni's maiden medium term budget police statement
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What to expect from Mboweni's maiden medium term budget police statement

What to expect from Mboweni's maiden medium term budget police statement
Newly appointed finance minister Tito Mboweni is set to deliver the medium term budget policy statement on 24 October. EWN business reporter Mashudu Masutha takes a look at what we can expect.
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We protected ourselves from the Steinhoff fallout, says BEE shareholder
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We protected ourselves from the Steinhoff fallout, says BEE shareholder

We protected ourselves from the Steinhoff fallout, says BEE shareholder
Jayendra Naidoo, Chairman of STAR and BEE partner of Steinhoff joins CNBC Africa for a special focus on Steinhoff Africa Retail - the African unit of Steinhoff International which is fighting for survival after alleged accounting fraud. STAR has not been divorced from the crisis that's hit its scandal ridden parent Steinhoff. Investors are worried about STAR's outlook and it shows in its share price which is well fallen considerably in the past four months.
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Rwanda cabinet reshuffle: Who's in and who's out
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Rwanda cabinet reshuffle: Who's in and who's out

Rwanda cabinet reshuffle: Who's in and who's out
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on Thursday made broad changes in his cabinet reshuffle. The cabinet has been reduced from 31 to 26 and women comprise 50 per cent of its members. CNBC Africa is joined by Habamenshi Rene, a political commentator to analyse these changes in government.
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EFF Leader Julius Malema addresses the land question, SARS inquiry on #Political Capital
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EFF Leader Julius Malema addresses the land question, SARS inquiry on #Political Capital

EFF Leader Julius Malema addresses the land question, SARS inquiry on #Political Capital
EFF Leader, Julius Malema speak about the burning issues of land, the commission into tax dealings at SARS and the rising costs of fuel in the country. And Rob Davies discusses the impact of global trade tariffs spats on the South African economy.
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Opening Bell, October 1, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 1, 2018

Opening Bell, October 1, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Garrett Motion with Olivier Rabiller, president and CEO, at the NYSE, and Hologic with Stephen MacMillan, chairman, president and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 12, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 12, 2018

Opening Bell, October 12, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Anaplan with CEO Frank Calderoni at the NYSE, and Allogene Therapeutics with Arie Belldegrun, executive chairman and co-founder, and David Chang, president, CEO and co-founder, at the Nasdaq.
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Closing Bell Ringer: June 25, 2018
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Closing Bell Ringer: June 25, 2018

Closing Bell Ringer: June 25, 2018
Ringing today's closing bells are Rex Shares at the NYSE and Cognizant at the Nasdaq.
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 19, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News 
- Market News
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 19, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News

LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 19, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 19, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
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Here’s why the UK wants to spend billions in Africa
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Here’s why the UK wants to spend billions in Africa

Here’s why the UK wants to spend billions in Africa
The UKDID or the United Kingdom’s Department for International Trade says it has the ability to facilitate the provision of billions of pounds sterling in lending and guarantees to African countries to help them address a chronic infrastructure backlog that the World Bank estimates to be about $93 billion a year in the Sub-Saharan region alone. UK Trade Commissioner, Emma Wade Smith joins CNBC Africa discuss this further.
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Netflix stock price sinks after hours
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Netflix stock price sinks after hours

Netflix stock price sinks after hours
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on Netflix's Q2 earnings.
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South Africa promised billions at Investment Summit
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South Africa promised billions at Investment Summit

South Africa promised billions at Investment Summit
Well, South Africa may be promised billions of rand at the Investment Summit. But does this mean the country is really taking a turn for the better? As the most unequal society on earth, South Africa faces massive challenges in building a better life for all.
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Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks on pace for worst October since 2008
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Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks on pace for worst October since 2008

Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks on pace for worst October since 2008
Discussing the current state of the markets with Nela Richardson, Edward Jones; Saira Malik, Nuveen; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
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The Week That Was - 19 Oct 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 19 Oct 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 19 Oct 2018: Part 1
NO, Transformation has not worked over night, this is not the reincarnation of Simon Brown, it's Alishia Seckam. The end is neigh, the rand is on a see-saw ride, the JSE has been excellent in doing what it knows best - nothing, but once again, we've survived, it's the end of the week... Joining Alishia for the Friday whinethon is Sasfin's David Shapiro and Gary Booysen from Rand Swiss.
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Stock Watch - 10 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 10 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 10 Oct 2018: Part 1
Simon Brown is joined by Wayne McCurrie from Wealth and Investments at First National Bank and Gerbrand Smit from NeFG Fund Management to answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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Google Play now accepting M-Pesa Mobile payments in Kenya
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Google Play now accepting M-Pesa Mobile payments in Kenya

Google Play now accepting M-Pesa Mobile payments in Kenya
Google Play apps and games store has started accepting payments in Kenya through popular mobile money platform M-Pesa, to boost downloads in a market where many people do not used credit cards. Safaricom, the telecommunication giant behind MPESA said on Thursday that it had partnered with London-based global payments platform provider, DOCOMO Digital, to enable users pay through M-Pesa.
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Is Emirates business model about to crumble?
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Is Emirates business model about to crumble?

Is Emirates business model about to crumble?
Emirates faces a pilot strike, rising oil, geopolitical instability all around its home hub... With planes flying further, do people need to stopover anymore?
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Opening Bell, November 2, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 2, 2018

Opening Bell, November 2, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Showtime with CFO Adam Townsend at the NYSE, and Out Leadership with Todd Sears, founder and principal, at the Nasdaq.
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Moeletsi Mbeki identifies what's behind South Africa's economic struggle
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Moeletsi Mbeki identifies what's behind South Africa's economic struggle

Moeletsi Mbeki identifies what's behind South Africa's economic struggle
Is South Africa experiencing a silent civil war caused by the faltering economy? In his latest book‚ A manifesto for Social Change, author and political economist Moeletsi Mbeki argues South Africa is ruled by the political and economic elite, who were not only in conflict but also suspicious of each other. But how much of that can be seen in the internal politics and conflicts within the ruling African National Congress? Joining Bruce Whitfield to answer these questions is Moeletsi Mbeki.
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What is holding back Nigeria’s power generation?
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What is holding back Nigeria’s power generation?

What is holding back Nigeria’s power generation?
Data from the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing show that Nigeria's power generation dropped to 2,390 megawatts, as the number of idle power plants increased to 15. Joy Ogaji, Executive Secretary, Association of Power Generation Companies in Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss ways to improve power generation in Nigeria.
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Nigeria's private power industry
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Nigeria's private power industry

Nigeria's private power industry
Now Nigeria is almost the biggest economy in Africa. Holding it back is a lack of infrastructure and most importantly a lack of power. After decades of power cuts it is calling private money to the rescue. Nigeria has also committed an additional $550m to its newly-established $1bn sovereign wealth fund to increase investment in power will it be enough?
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Opening Bell, November 12, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 12, 2018

Opening Bell, November 12, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Vinit Asar, Hanger president and CEO, at the NYSE and Lieutenant General Darryl Williams, superintendent of the United States Military Academy, at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch Picks - 13 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 13 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 13 Nov 2018
Ashraf Mohamed from Arqaam Capital chose EOH Holdings (EOH) / R30.98 (-2.18%) as his stock pick of the day and Jean-Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital chose Mycronic AB (MYCR) / 114.4 Kr (-1.63%)
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It's a bank bloodbath as the sector gets crushed, so what's wrong with the banks?
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It's a bank bloodbath as the sector gets crushed, so what's wrong with the banks?

It's a bank bloodbath as the sector gets crushed, so what's wrong with the banks?
Banks get hammered. The financial fallout of the midterms. With Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity, CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Brian Kelly, Karen Finerman and Guy Adami.
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Stock Watch - 15 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 15 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 15 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Joseph Busha from JM Busha Investment Group & Greg Katzenellenbogen from Sanlam Private Wealth.
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Stock Watch Picks - 06 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 06 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 06 Nov 2018
Chantal Marx from FNB Wealth & Investments chose Vodacom (VOD) / R132.75 (+0.51%) as her stock pick of the day and Bright Khumalo from Vestact chose Aspen Pharmacare (APN) / R161.00 (-1.90%)
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The Week That Was - 09 Nov 2018: Part 2
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The Week That Was - 09 Nov 2018: Part 2

The Week That Was - 09 Nov 2018: Part 2
The JSE's brief bask in US mid-term election cheer was hijacked by Tencent, the rand like us and many others enjoyed a weaker Trump, we are six Friday's away from Christmas, you've made it to the end of this week, this is The Week That Was. Joining Simon Brown is the industry's soon to be Ian Cruickshanks - David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and the young blood joining us is the Brightest Khumalo from Vestact.
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ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P1
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ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P1

ANC seeks to amend section 25 of the constitution: P1
Socio-Political hot potato, economic disaster, investor uncertainty, a necessity to correct past injustices - this just some of the rhetoric associated with the call to expropriate land without compensation. The bottomline however is that land reform cannot be considered in isolation of economic and other factors.
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ETHIOPIA: $1.4 billion mixed-use development to create 25,000 jobs
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ETHIOPIA: $1.4 billion mixed-use development to create 25,000 jobs

ETHIOPIA: $1.4 billion mixed-use development to create 25,000 jobs
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali has broken ground on a 1.4 billion dollar ultra-modern mixed-use development project. It will include apartments, hotels, office buildings, shopping malls and playgrounds. Funded by the Dubai-based Eagles Hills real estate company, it's also expected to create 25,000 new jobs. CGTN's Girum Chala has more.
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Opening Bell, November 21, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 21, 2018

Opening Bell, November 21, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Macy's with CFO Paula Price and Chief Legal Officer Elisa Garcia at the NYSE and Tottenham Acquisition I Limited with CEO Jason Ma.
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Smart tips to maximise your savings this festive season
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Smart tips to maximise your savings this festive season

Smart tips to maximise your savings this festive season
Gerarld Mwandiambira, Acting CEO for the Institute at the SA Savings Institute joins CNBC Africa to share some valuable savings tips that South African consumers can carry through to 2019.
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SARB raises rates on inflation concerns
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SARB raises rates on inflation concerns

SARB raises rates on inflation concerns
The Reserve Bank's monetary policy committee has hiked the repo rate by 25 basis points. It's the first rise in two years. Joining Alishia for discussion about the hike is Kevin Lings, Chief Economist at Stanlib, Lumkile Mondi, Senior Lecturer at the Wits School of Economics & Business Science as well as Tertia Jacobs, Economist at Investec.
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The Roffey Review - 05 Nov 2018
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The Roffey Review - 05 Nov 2018

The Roffey Review - 05 Nov 2018
Join Clive Roffey for his weekly market data analysis on this week's edition of The Roffey Review
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Opening Bell, November 26, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 26, 2018

Opening Bell, November 26, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Biohaven with chairman Declan Doogan to celebrate its inaugural research and development day at the NYSE and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) with Robert Herz on behalf of the SASB Foundation Board and Jetblue CEO Robin Hayes.
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Opening Bell, December 14, 2018
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Opening Bell, December 14, 2018

Opening Bell, December 14, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are The Marcus Corporations with President and CEO Greg Marcus at the NYSE and 360 Finance with CEO and Director Jun Xu at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch Picks - 10 Dec 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 10 Dec 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 10 Dec 2018
Gary Booysen from Rand Swiss chose Nvidia Corporation (NVDA) / $149.73 (+1.42%) as his stock pick of the day and Paul Chakaduka from GT247.com chose CASH
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Stocks fall after Steve Mnuchin makes call to banks
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Stocks fall after Steve Mnuchin makes call to banks

Stocks fall after Steve Mnuchin makes call to banks
Stocks opened down on Monday after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spent the prior day on the phone speaking with the chief executives of six of the country's largest banks to avoid yet another market whiplash.
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Meet the young, successful players in Africa's property world
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Meet the young, successful players in Africa's property world

Meet the young, successful players in Africa's property world
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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Somalia signs MOU with China to join the Belt and Road Initiative
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Somalia signs MOU with China to join the Belt and Road Initiative

Somalia signs MOU with China to join the Belt and Road Initiative
Somalia has signed a memorandum of understanding with China to join the Belt and Road Initiative. The country's president is in Beijing for the FOCAC Summit - where the somali leader is seeking China's support to rebuilding his country.
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Edcon denies store closures
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Edcon denies store closures

Edcon denies store closures
Edcon CEO Grant Pattisson says parts of the Sunday Times report are speculative, misleading and sensationalist.
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EDCON working on a turn around strategy
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EDCON working on a turn around strategy

EDCON working on a turn around strategy
Edcon CEO Grant Pattison says the company is very close to announcing a deal that will see the company recapitalised. Sunday Times reports that the retailer is debt-ridden and that more than 140 thousand jobs are on the line. The South African Federation of Trade Unions labeled the possibility of retail giant, Edcon, being liquidated a "national disaster".
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Today's Bell Ringer, January 2, 2019
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Today's Bell Ringer, January 2, 2019

Today's Bell Ringer, January 2, 2019
Today's bell ringers are Barrick Gold with President and CEO Mark Bristow and Executive Chairman John Thornton at the NYSE and Nutrisystem with CEO Dawn Zier at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell: January 7, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 7, 2019

Opening Bell: January 7, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Advisorshares Trust ETFs with Portfolio Manager Emidio Checcone and DoubleLine executives Ron Redell, Jeffrey Sherman and Barbara Vanevery at the NYSE and MicroStrategy with founder Michael Saylor at the Nasdaq.
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Transporting good across Sub-Saharan Africa
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Transporting good across Sub-Saharan Africa

Transporting good across Sub-Saharan Africa
Even at the best of times there are many challenges that those involved in the road freight and logistics industry in Africa. These challenges create incredible delays, non-deliveries, damage of commodities, loss of fleet and higher operational expenses. On this episode of Driving Forward we aim to address some of the perils of transporting goods across Sub-Saharan Africa with Tristan Wiggill, Transport World Africa Editor.
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How to turn your idea into a business 
- BBC Africa
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How to turn your idea into a business - BBC Africa

How to turn your idea into a business - BBC Africa
Business ideas can be dime a dozen. So how do you go about turning yours into a successful company? Here are some top tips from 24-year-old Sharon Njoroge, who turned her idea of a discount coupon booklet into a thriving venture called Discoucher.
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Tax and Fiscal  policies:Implications for Nigerian Economy
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Tax and Fiscal policies:Implications for Nigerian Economy

Tax and Fiscal policies:Implications for Nigerian Economy
With the Rebasing of Nigeria's GDP to $510bl, positioning it as the largest economy in Africa, the most-populous black nation has become the cynosure of the global community. One of the implications of this rebasing, will be an adjustment in its Tax and fiscal policies, which will redefine the direction and tempo of socio-economic activities. Considering the challenges of insecurity, infrastructural gap,the quest for an enabling environment for businesses to thrive,amongst other issues that plague the political economy. Mr Taiwo Oyedele Partner/Tax & Corporate Advisory Services leader for Price Water Coopers a leading auditing, business advisory and tax consulting firm speaks at the April breakfast meeting of the Nigeria-South Africa Chamber of Commerce on 'Tax & Fiscal Policies, giving insight on the implications on the economy, as well as baring his mind on the GDP rebasing and the upcoming World Economic Forum 'Jobs and Inclusive Growth' in Abuja.
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Deadly protests in Zimbabwe over economic crisis [The Morning Call]
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Deadly protests in Zimbabwe over economic crisis [The Morning Call]

Deadly protests in Zimbabwe over economic crisis [The Morning Call]
Several people are reported to have been killed during protests in Zimbabwe after the government an increase fuel price. Burning tyres and barricading roads, hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Harare and Bulawayo on Monday protesting the increase and general inflation in the country. Security Minister Owen Ncube confirmed there had been deaths but did not give a casualty figure.
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Opening Bell: January 10, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 10, 2019

Opening Bell: January 10, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Fans for the Cure with CEO and Founder Ed Randall at the NYSE and MMTEC. Inc. with Chairman Xiangdong Wen and CEO Zhen Fan at the Nasdaq.
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
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The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Rings the NYSE Closing Bell

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in celebration of UFC FIGHT NIGHT®: CEJUDO vs. DILLASHAW. Honoring the occasion, Ike Lawrence Epstein, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, rings the NYSE Closing Bell.
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Stock Watch - 15 Jan 2019: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 15 Jan 2019: Part 1

Stock Watch - 15 Jan 2019: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Jean Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital and Bright Khumalo from Vestact.
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Stock Watch - 16 Jan 2019: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 16 Jan 2019: Part 2

Stock Watch - 16 Jan 2019: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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USA's Mike Pompeo at Davos 2019
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USA's Mike Pompeo at Davos 2019

USA's Mike Pompeo at Davos 2019
World leaders and top CEOs are meeting in Davos in Switzerland from January 22 to 25 to discuss how to steer policy amid worries of slowing economic growth, damaging trade wars and Brexit. This year's theme is Globalisation 4.0 and leading figures such as Prince William and Sir David Attenborough are expected to attend alongside prime ministers and presidents. Here's the latest. The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos starts TODAY (January 22) and concludes on Friday, January 25. For nearly 50 years, world business and political leaders have headed to the small Swiss village to discuss the future of the global economy with the collective mission statement of the organising body, the WEF, to "improve the state of the world”…
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Editing Allowed - 16 Jan 2019
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Editing Allowed - 16 Jan 2019

Editing Allowed - 16 Jan 2019
On the show this week the team takes a look at the rumblings in Zimbabwe and their likely impact on the region. Back home, troubles of our own with Eskom and the state capture hearings but Team SA is on the hunt for investors at Davos and what now for Theresa May after her Brexit deal is given the thumbs down.
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You and Your Money - 21 Jan 2019: Part 1
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You and Your Money - 21 Jan 2019: Part 1

You and Your Money - 21 Jan 2019: Part 1
Most people are financially disorganised, and your financial plan helps to move you towards being organised. To become financially organised, you need to know what your monthly and annual expenses are and have a better understanding of your investments. Being up to date involves becoming acquainted with all the components of such a plan. Joining Bryan Hirsch to take a look at retirement and financial planning is Lesego Monareng, Director, KLU Wealth & Legacy Planning and Donavan Maree, Managing Director, CAPTA Financial Services.
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You and Your Money - 21 Jan 2019: Part 2
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You and Your Money - 21 Jan 2019: Part 2

You and Your Money - 21 Jan 2019: Part 2
Most people are financially disorganised, and your financial plan helps to move you towards being organised. To become financially organised, you need to know what your monthly and annual expenses are and have a better understanding of your investments. Being up to date involves becoming acquainted with all the components of such a plan. Joining Bryan Hirsch to take a look at retirement and financial planning is Lesego Monareng, Director, KLU Wealth & Legacy Planning and Donavan Maree, Managing Director, CAPTA Financial Services.
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Daily Stock Pick - 22 Jan 2019: Anglo American
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Daily Stock Pick - 22 Jan 2019: Anglo American

Daily Stock Pick - 22 Jan 2019: Anglo American
Imtiaz Suliman from Sentio Capital chose Anglo American Plat LTD (AMS) / R579.01 (+0.02%) as his stock pick of the day
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Stock Watch - 23 Jan 2019: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 23 Jan 2019: Part 1

Stock Watch - 23 Jan 2019: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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Daily Stock Pick - 01 Feb 2019: Sappi
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Daily Stock Pick - 01 Feb 2019: Sappi

Daily Stock Pick - 01 Feb 2019: Sappi
Robert Cameron from Thebe Stockbroking chose Sappi Ltd (SAP) / R78.07 (+0.06%) as his stock pick of the day
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SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers 2019 budget speech (Full speech)
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SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers 2019 budget speech (Full speech)

SA Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivers 2019 budget speech (Full speech)
South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni delivered his maiden 2019 budget speech in parliament on Wednesday and announced a number of increases including VAT.
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S.A pre-budget analysis for 2018
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S.A pre-budget analysis for 2018

S.A pre-budget analysis for 2018
All eyes will be on Treasury’s economic outlook and projections for the next financial year as Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivers his maiden budget speech. What will be done about fiscal consolidation? Where is the budget deficit going and what is the trajectory for our sovereign debt? Joining CNBC Africa to discuss some of these important points are Professor Cyril Mbatha, Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership, Annabel Bishop, Chief Economist at Investec, Ettiene Retief, Chairman, National Tax Committee at SAIPA and Professor Jannie Rossouw, Head of the School of Economic and Business Science at Wits University.
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Markets reaction to Tito Mboweni as finance minister
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Markets reaction to Tito Mboweni as finance minister

Markets reaction to Tito Mboweni as finance minister
Former Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni has been named Finance Minister by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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Cameroon's baby-food entrepreneur, produces locally-made infant cereal
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Cameroon's baby-food entrepreneur, produces locally-made infant cereal

Cameroon's baby-food entrepreneur, produces locally-made infant cereal
*Cameroonian entrepreneur Pascaline Nenda produces locally-made commercial infant cereal, Blesolac a brand of baby food made from soya, wheat, fruits, milk and sugar.* It is made by boiling and roasting soya beans which are later ground into powder. Pascaline then mixes the soya powder with other cereals to make the baby meal. She started her business five years ago to counter imported brands, which she says are generally expensive and contain preservatives.
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Dow plunges 1,000+ points in two days
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Dow plunges 1,000+ points in two days

Dow plunges 1,000+ points in two days
The stock market sell-off isn't letting up. After flirting with gains early in the day, the Dow lost as many as 699 points on Thursday afternoon. The Dow cut about half its losses following reports that President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping have agreed to meet next month at the G-20 summit. The market slide tacks onto Wednesday's scary sell-off that wiped 832 points off the index.
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Ethiopia opens up to foreign business
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Ethiopia opens up to foreign business

Ethiopia opens up to foreign business
CNBC Africa's Tshepo Modiba talks to Langa Madonko, from Africa Strategic Investors about Ethiopia being open to foreign business and the best opportunities available for investors.
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🇹🇷 Who's to blame for Turkey's financial crisis? | Inside Story
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🇹🇷 Who's to blame for Turkey's financial crisis? | Inside Story

🇹🇷 Who's to blame for Turkey's financial crisis? | Inside Story
The Turkish lira is facing an unprecedented crash, loosing more than 40% of its value against the dollar this year. And its meltdown is rattling global markets.Turkey's Central Bank has stepped in with measures it hopes will reassure Turks and financial markets. And the Finance Ministry says it has an action plan in place. President Erdogan blames the crisis on what he calls economic terrorists, but he's been criticised for his influence over the economy. What are the implications of the crisis in Turkey, at home and abroad?
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Sars' e-filling system nears collapse
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Sars' e-filling system nears collapse

Sars' e-filling system nears collapse
This week, Intikhab Shaik, Group Executive of Business Solutions & Digital Technology at Sars appeared before the Nugent Commission of Inquiry into Sars to discuss technology challenges at the revenue service. This follows recommensations by global consultancy firm Gartner which in effect led to a slowing down of IT under former Sars Commissioner Tom Moyane and now the chickens have come home to roost as Sars' e-filling system is on the verge of collapse, the organisation says that it will cost R1 billion to fix its IT systems.
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Is Steinhoff investable?
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Is Steinhoff investable?

Is Steinhoff investable?
Steinhoff International published its much anticipated results on Friday. It said losses widened three fold to 152 million euros in the first six months of 2018 from the same period a year ago. Independent Analyst, Chris Gilmour joins CNBC Africa for more.
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MTBS 2018 The good the bad and the ugly
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MTBS 2018 The good the bad and the ugly

MTBS 2018 The good the bad and the ugly
Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni delivered the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement in Parliament on 24 October 2018.
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Tonight With Jane Dutton 
| Young people on the budget 
| 24 October 2018
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Tonight With Jane Dutton | Young people on the budget | 24 October 2018

Tonight With Jane Dutton | Young people on the budget | 24 October 2018
TwJD speaks to MBA students Keith Tshabalala and Tholofelo Thema, and Lebogang Hoeane of the leading women programme at the Gordon Institute of Business Science. about whether the Minister has hit the right note.
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China vows to help Africa diversify its economy
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China vows to help Africa diversify its economy

China vows to help Africa diversify its economy
The China Africa summit wraps up in Beijing. The two sides insist the relationship is aimed at helping the continent’s economies produce more goods from their raw materials. The South African economy has fallen into recession, compounding concerns about its weakening currency. Talking robots in Ethiopia. It is home to one of the tech firms behind some of the world's most advanced artificial intelligence.
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Rwanda’s Mushikiwabo wins top Francophonie job
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Rwanda’s Mushikiwabo wins top Francophonie job

Rwanda’s Mushikiwabo wins top Francophonie job
Rwanda’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Louise Mushikiwabo was on Friday unanimously elected the 4th Secretary-General of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) during the Summit in Yerevan, Armenia. Mushikiwabo’s victory is expected to win Rwanda great influence at the global level. Amb Olivier Nduhungirehe, Rwanda’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and East African Community joins CNBC Africa for more.
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2 October -- Zimbabwe Market Update with Tino Kambasha
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2 October -- Zimbabwe Market Update with Tino Kambasha

2 October -- Zimbabwe Market Update with Tino Kambasha
ABN's Alishia Seckam speaks with Tino Kambasha, Head of Sales Trading, Imara Edward Securities, looking at the latest Zimbabwean markets.
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Opening Bell, October 9, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 9, 2018

Opening Bell, October 9, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Fidelity National Information Services with Gary Norcross, chairman, president and CEO, at the NYSE, and Unity Biotechnology with Keith Leonard Jr., chairman and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 2, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 2, 2018

Opening Bell, October 2, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Megalith Financial Acquisition Corp. at the NYSE, and Frontdoor with CEO Rex Tibbens at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 10, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 10, 2018

Opening Bell, October 10, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Chaparral Energy with CEO Earl Reynolds at the NYSE, and Valley National Bancorp with Ira Robbins, president & CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 15, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 15, 2018

Opening Bell, October 15, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Nuveen with CEO Vijay Advani at the NYSE, and Activision Blizzard with Executive Director of The Call of Duty Endowment Dan Goldenberg at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 8, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 8, 2018

Opening Bell, October 8, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Richard O'Leary, International Flavors and Fragrances EVP and CEO, at the NYSE and Sarah Kate Ellis, GLAAD president and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 31 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 31 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 31 Oct 2018: Part 1
David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Drikus Combrinck from Capicraft joins Simon Brown on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch - 25 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 25 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 25 Oct 2018: Part 1
Join Siki Mgabadeli, Graeme K?rner from K?rner Perspective and as they answer your stock related questions and Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealthanalyse the day's market movers.
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Stock Watch - 16 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 16 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 16 Oct 2018: Part 1
Greg Katzenellenbogen from Sanlam Private Wealth and Nic Norman Smith from Lentus Asset Management joins Siki Mgabadeli on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch - 11 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 11 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 11 Oct 2018: Part 1
Join Siki Mgabadeli, Graeme K?rner from K?rner Perspective and Independent Technical Analyst, Frans de Klerk as they answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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Stock Watch - 04 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 04 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 04 Oct 2018: Part 1
Join Simon Brown, Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Securities and Investments Drikus Combrink from Capicraft as they answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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CNBC Market Sell-Off October 29 2018
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CNBC Market Sell-Off October 29 2018

CNBC Market Sell-Off October 29 2018
CNBC Market Sell-Off October 29 2018 from Closing Bell. About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more.
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Stock Watch - 06 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 06 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 06 Nov 2018: Part 1
Joining Simon Brown at the desk is Chantal Marx from FNB Wealth & Investments and Bright Khumalo from Vestact.
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Stock Watch - 24 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 24 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 24 Oct 2018: Part 1
David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Wayne McCurrie from Wealth and Investments at First National Bank joins Simon Brown on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch - 24 July 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 24 July 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 24 July 2018: Part 2
" Nic Norman-Smith from Lentus Asset Management and Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Securities joins Giulietta Talevi on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch Picks - 25 Oct 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 25 Oct 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 25 Oct 2018
Graeme K?rner from K?rner Perspective chose Discovery (DSY) / R151.37 (+2.19%) as his stock pick of the day and Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealth chose Mustek (MST) / R6.80 (-2.86%)
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JSE CEO chats to CNBC Africa: Closing Bell
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JSE CEO chats to CNBC Africa: Closing Bell

JSE CEO chats to CNBC Africa: Closing Bell
Nicky Newton-King, JSE CEO, shares key outcomes from the recent SA Tomorrow Investor Conference which was held in New York from 1-2 November 2018.
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Closing Bell Exchange: 'We are not panicking here'
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Closing Bell Exchange: 'We are not panicking here'

Closing Bell Exchange: 'We are not panicking here'
Rene Nourse, Urban Wealth Management; Phil Camporeale, J.P. Morgan Asset Management; Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel; and CNBC's Rick Santelli discuss billionaire investor Steve Cohen's bearish comments about the market.
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Stock Watch Picks - 02 Aug 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 02 Aug 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 02 Aug 2018
Nick Crail from Ashburton Investments chose Tencent Holdings (700:HONG) / HK$345.00 (-2.82%) as his stock pick of the day and Graeme K?rner from K?rner Perspective chose Reinet Investments (RNI) / R249.86 (-0.06%)
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Stock Watch - 01 Aug 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 01 Aug 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 01 Aug 2018: Part 1
Giulietta Talevi is joined by Caroline Cremen from Adviceworx and and Gerbrand Smit from NeFG Fund Management to answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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Stock Watch Picks - 12 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 12 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 12 Nov 2018
Gary Bpooysen from Rand Swiss chose Vodacom (VOD?)/ R120.30 (-7.69%) as his stock pick of the day while Ian Cruickshanks from SAIRR chose Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO) /$251.99 (-1.31%)
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Opening Bell, November 13, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 13, 2018

Opening Bell, November 13, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Tom Karam, Equitrans Midstream CEO, at the NYSE and Biosig Technologies CEO and founder Kenneth Londoner at the Nasdaq.
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Ethiopia’s efforts to promote clean energy cooking
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Ethiopia’s efforts to promote clean energy cooking

Ethiopia’s efforts to promote clean energy cooking
On the continent, natural renewable energy resources are still untapped with over 70 per cent of the Sub Sahara population using biomass energy. CNBC Africa caught up with Yimeslel Tefera, Director for improved cook stove technologies in Ethiopia to share with us the efforts by the government to promote clean cooking.
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You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 3
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You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 3

You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 3
Joining Bryan Hirsch for this discussion on Financial Planning and to answer some questions on the subject, are Darryl Bennett, Wealth Advisor, Sasfin, and Sandy van der Zanden, Wealth Manager, Anchor Capital (Pty) Ltd.
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Zimbabwe's 'crocodile' economics | Counting the Cost
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Zimbabwe's 'crocodile' economics | Counting the Cost

Zimbabwe's 'crocodile' economics | Counting the Cost
Zimbabwe's 'crocodile' economics | Counting the Cost
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📲 Social media influencers and those who pay them | Counting the Cost (Feature)
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📲 Social media influencers and those who pay them | Counting the Cost (Feature)

📲 Social media influencers and those who pay them | Counting the Cost (Feature)
Social media influencers and those who pay them | Counting the Cost (Feature)
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South Africa coal supply
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South Africa coal supply

South Africa coal supply
Power utility Eskom has confirmed its coal supplies are under severe pressure. It says stockpiles have hit critical levels, at atleast 10 of the 15 power stations it operates.
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Daily Stock Pick - 20 Nov 2018: Oil
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Daily Stock Pick - 20 Nov 2018: Oil

Daily Stock Pick - 20 Nov 2018: Oil
Viv Govender from RandSwiss Offshore chose Oil / $63.86 (-4.63%) as his stock pick of the day
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Stock Watch - 20 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 20 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 20 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Drikus Combrink from Capicraft & Jean Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital.
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Black Friday in numbers!
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Black Friday in numbers!

Black Friday in numbers!
Consumer spending injects billions into South Africa's economy. Of course, the country is now in recession. So, in theory, Black Friday could provide a boost. But is shopping really the solution? Reporter Michael Marillier, exploring that angle for us.
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Foreign aid: who gives the most, and where does it go? | The Economist
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Foreign aid: who gives the most, and where does it go? | The Economist

Foreign aid: who gives the most, and where does it go? | The Economist
Rich countries are giving more in foreign aid than ever before. But which countries are the most generous? Rich countries are giving away more in aid than at any other time on record. In 2016 more than $140bn was distributed around the world. According to the latest breakdown in 2015 America gave the most money away - nearly $31bn to at least 40 countries and organisations such as the world bank. This included $770m to Pakistan and $250m to Mexico. This may sound generous but the United States has the largest economy in the world. American foreign aid spending in 2015 was only 0.17% of the gross national income. Far less than other rich countries. Sweden and Norway are the biggest givers, donating over 1% of their gross national income to foreign aid. The biggest receivers of aid in 2015 were Afghanistan, India, Vietnam, Ethiopia and Indonesia. Afghanistan received $3.8bn and India $3.1bn. Despite being the second biggest economy in the world, China received $1.5bn in development aid in 2015. This included around $750m from Germany and $67m from Britain. The total amount of foreign aid is at an all time high - up 9% in 2016. This is largely down to the generosity of six countries who meet or exceed the United Nations foreign aid target, donating more than 0.7% of gross national income. Daily Watch: mind-stretching short films throughout the working week.
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Stock Watch - 22 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 22 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 22 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Graeme Korner from Korner Perspective & Bright Khumalo from Vestact.
12 : 44
Closing Bell Exchange: Clearly, the market's concerned about global growth
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Closing Bell Exchange: Clearly, the market's concerned about global growth

Closing Bell Exchange: Clearly, the market's concerned about global growth
Michael Yoshikami, Destination Wealth Management; Keith Bliss, Cuttone and Company; and CNBC's Rick Santelli, look at today's market drop and what might be causing investors' concerns.
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Opening Bell, November 29, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 29, 2018

Opening Bell, November 29, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Qiagen with CEO Peer Schatz at the NYSE and Gritstone Oncology with co-founder Andrew Allen, at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 06 Dec 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 06 Dec 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 06 Dec 2018: Part 1
Joining Siki Mgabadeli to tackel your questions in studio this evening are, Graeme K?rner from K?rner Perspective & Ian Cruickshanks from SAIRR.
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Stock Watch - 10 Dec 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 10 Dec 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 10 Dec 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are,Gary Booysen from RandSwiss & Paul Chakaduka from GT247.com.
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Assessing Nigeria’s development priorities
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Assessing Nigeria’s development priorities

Nigeria 2019 elections: Assessing Nigeria’s development priorities
The 2019 elections is a huge opportunity for Nigeria to reshape its development trajectory. Andrew Alli, Former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Africa Finance Corporation joined CNBC Africa's Kenneth Igbomor to assess Nigeria's development priorities.
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The Big Story: Judiciary requested sh31.2bn for their 2018-2019 budget
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The Big Story: Judiciary requested sh31.2bn for their 2018-2019 budget

The Big Story: Judiciary requested sh31.2bn for their 2018-2019 budget
The Big Story: Judiciary requested sh31.2bn for their 2018-2019 budget
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2018 JSE Investment challenge
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2018 JSE Investment challenge

2018 JSE Investment challenge
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange or JSE invites learners who are interested in investment and stock markets to register for their 2018 JSE Investment Challenge. There are categories for both schools and universities and the competition runs from March to September. This year marks the 45th annual challenge and is deemed as South Africa's largest financial literacy initiative aim at introducing the youth to investing and the financial markets. Joining us in studio is Ralph Speirs who is a corporate social investment or CSI officer at the JSE.
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The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates, Defying Pressure From President Trump | TIME
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The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates, Defying Pressure From President Trump | TIME

The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates, Defying Pressure From President Trump | TIME
The Federal Reserve raised borrowing costs for the fourth time this year, ignoring a stock-market selloff and defying pressure from President Donald Trump, while dialing back projections for interest rates and economic growth in 2019.
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Zimbabweans react to the fuel price hike
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Zimbabweans react to the fuel price hike

Zimbabweans react to the fuel price hike
Zimbabweans have expressed their frustrations on President Emmerson Mnangagwa's announcement and long queues at filling stations.
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DRC: Which way forward?
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DRC: Which way forward?

DRC: Which way forward?
The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Congo was last recorded at 409.12 US dollars in 2017. DRC has a unique position with substantial untapped gold, cobalt and high-grade copper reserves, but equally significant security risks accentuated by a lack of robust infrastructure. The recent political climate could cast a dark cloud over the country’s economy. CNBC Africa spoke to some Congolese citizens living in Rwanda to get their views on the situation in their country.
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Opening Bell: January 8, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 8, 2019

Opening Bell: January 8, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Janus Hendeson Investors with John Kerschner, head of US Securitized Products, at the NYSE and American Finance Trust with CEO Michael Weil at the Nasdaq.
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Today's Bell Ringer: January 9, 2019
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Today's Bell Ringer: January 9, 2019

Today's Bell Ringer: January 9, 2019
Today's bell ringers are Aon with Andy Weitz, chief marketing officer, at the NYSE and Millicom International Cellular with CEO Mauricio Ramos at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell: January 15, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 15, 2019

Opening Bell: January 15, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. with President and CEO Christophe Weber at the NYSE and One Stop Systems with Steve Cooper, the company chairman, CEO, president and co-founder, at the Nasdaq.
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WEF sounds alarm over world economy
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WEF sounds alarm over world economy

WEF sounds alarm over world economy
The 2019 World Economic Forum will open Tuesday next week in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. The five-day annual meeting will bring together 3,000 leaders from businesses, governments, civil societies, academia, media, the arts and culture, as well as global experts and young leaders. In its latest report on Wednesday, the Davos forum warned that the world is facing a growing number of complex and interconnected challenges, from slowing global growth and persistent economic inequality to climate change and geopolitical tensions. The theme for 2019 is "Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution."
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Stock Watch Picks - 21 Jan 2019
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Stock Watch Picks - 21 Jan 2019

Stock Watch Picks - 21 Jan 2019
Gary Booysen from Rand Swiss chose Alibaba Group (BABA:NYS) / $157.02 (+0.67%) as his stock pick of the day and Ricus Reeders from PSG Wealth chose Nedbank (NED)/ R276.00 (-0.61%)
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Watch CNBC's full interview with Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio - Davos 2019
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Watch CNBC's full interview with Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio - Davos 2019

Watch CNBC's full interview with Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio - Davos 2019
Ray Dalio, Bridgewater founder and co-chairman, joins "Squawk Box" at the World Economic Forum at Davos to discuss the state of the world economy, the role of the central bank, and the the upcoming 2020 election's impact on the eco
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Watch CNBC's full interview with Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman - Davos 2019
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Watch CNBC's full interview with Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman - Davos 2019

Watch CNBC's full interview with Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman - Davos 2019
Stephen Schwarzman, Blackstone co-founder and CEO, joins "Squawk Box" at the Davos World Economic Forum to discuss the U.S.-China trade negotiations, the global economy and inequality.
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Daily Stock Pick - 09 Jan 2019: AB Inbev
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Daily Stock Pick - 09 Jan 2019: AB Inbev

Daily Stock Pick - 09 Jan 2019: AB Inbev
Nick Kunze from Sanlam Private Wealth chose Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (ANH) / R975.18 (-0.94%) as his stock pick of the day
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In conversation with Zimbabwe Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube
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In conversation with Zimbabwe Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube

In conversation with Zimbabwe Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube
Zimbabwe is facing economic challenges. Their President Emmerson Mnangagwa was supposed to attend the World Economic Forum but cancelled the trip to go and deal with violent protests that erupted over fuel price hikes. His Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube is in Davos and spoke to Economics editor Thandeka Gqubule Mbeki.
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Stock Watch - 24 Jan 2019: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 24 Jan 2019: Part 2

Stock Watch - 24 Jan 2019: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealth AND Rowan Williams from Nitrogen Fund Managers. Don't forget to send those questions through to us via SMS to 41392, EMAIL [email protected] or TWEET us @BusinessDayTV using the hashtag stockwatch.
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The Week That Was - 25 Jan 2019: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 25 Jan 2019: Part 1

The Week That Was - 25 Jan 2019: Part 1
It's the end of the week, you've survived, you've got money in the bank, well most of you, the rest will only be paid next week, its been a see-saw of a week for both the rand and the JSE but alas this is The Week That Was, Join your host Simon Brown, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Bright Khumalo from Vestact for the usual Friday romp
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Stock Watch - 28 Jan 2019: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 28 Jan 2019: Part 1

Stock Watch - 28 Jan 2019: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Jonathan Fisher s from PSG Wealth Sandton and Ian Cruickshanks from SAIRR.
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Globalization 4.0: Explaining the theme of WEF 2019
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Globalization 4.0: Explaining the theme of WEF 2019

Globalization 4.0: Explaining the theme of WEF 2019
All roads lead to Davos in Switzerland for this year's World Economic Forum. The WEF draws thousands of world leaders and bright minds to ponder the world's most pressing problems. This year's theme is "Globalization 4.0 – Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the 4th Industrial Revolution." So what does that mean?
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The Week That Was - 01 Feb 2019: Part 2
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The Week That Was - 01 Feb 2019: Part 2

The Week That Was - 01 Feb 2019: Part 2
"Hello February, January was good to the Rand, his best start to the year in decades and as usual the JC hobbled along and you may have done the same but alas it's the end of the week and welcome to theweek that was. Joining your host Simon Brown in the land of the Guptas governed by the Watsons is David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Bright Khumalo from Vestact"
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SONA 2019  expectations
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SONA 2019 expectations

SONA 2019 expectations
Political analyst, Professor Mcebisi Ndletyana and Economist, Lumkile Mondi discuss what they expect at tonight's #SONA2019 address.
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North Korea's economy tanks as sanctions, drought bite
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North Korea's economy tanks as sanctions, drought bite

North Korea's economy tanks as sanctions, drought bite
North Korea's economy shrank in 2018 for a second straight year, and by the most in 21 years, as it was battered by international sanctions aimed at stopping its nuclear program and by drought, South Korea's central bank said on Friday. North Korea's gross domestic product (GDP) contracted by 4.1 percent last year in real terms, the worst since 1997 and the second consecutive year of decline after a 3.5 percent fall in 2017, the South's Bank of Korea estimated. North Korea does not disclose any statistics on its economy. The South Korean central bank has been publishing its estimates since 1991, based on information from various sources including the South's foreign trading agencies. Al Jazeera's Rob Mcbride reports from Seoul.
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🇮🇳 India's rising power in Africa 
| Counting the Cost
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🇮🇳 India's rising power in Africa | Counting the Cost

🇮🇳 India's rising power in Africa | Counting the Cost
India's rising power in Africa | Counting the Cost
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Dutch scientists close to 'breakthrough' method of growing crops in deserts.
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Dutch scientists close to 'breakthrough' method of growing crops in deserts.

Dutch scientists close to 'breakthrough' method of growing crops in deserts.
Scientists in the Netherlands say they are close to a breakthrough which will allow crops to be grown in deserts. Many say this could completely alter life on the African continent and even end hunger. World leaders meeting at the climate talks in Germany are being urged to commit to more funding for new agricultural projects in drought-stricken parts of the world.
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Business welcomes Tito Mboweni's appointment as finmin
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Business welcomes Tito Mboweni's appointment as finmin

Business welcomes Tito Mboweni's appointment as finmin
Nicola Kleyn, Dean of the Gordon Institute of Business Science and Kganki Matabane, CEO of Black Business Council joins CNBC Africa to give insight into Tito Mboweni's appointment as finance minister and how business will view this move from president Ramaphosa.
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Opening Bell, October 5, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 5, 2018

Opening Bell, October 5, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Elastic with Shay Banon, chairman and CEO, at the NYSE, and Kodiak Sciences with Victor Perlroth, chairman and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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BBC African Dream: Swaady Martin-Leke, of Yswara tea brand
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BBC African Dream: Swaady Martin-Leke, of Yswara tea brand

BBC African Dream: Swaady Martin-Leke, of Yswara tea brand
As part of the BBC's African Dream series, which looks at entrepreneurs across the continent, the Ivorian founder of luxury tea brand Yswara discusses the importance of being based in a region where people feel "alive". Swaady Martin-Leke says she decided to "implant" her luxury brand in South Africa. The businesswoman opened her first shop in Johannesburg. She then decided to aim for Nigeria before turning her attention to the entire continent via digital sales. Watch her explain the source of her inspiration.
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Paul Dietrich - CNBC TV News - Closing Bell 
- 01-24-2018
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Paul Dietrich - CNBC TV News - Closing Bell - 01-24-2018

Paul Dietrich - CNBC TV News - Closing Bell - 01-24-2018
Paul Dietrich, CEO of Fairfax Global Markets, gives his thoughts on the economy and the U.S. Dollar on CNBC's "Closing Bell" from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down Wednesday's big stock sell-off
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CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down Wednesday's big stock sell-off

CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down Wednesday's big stock sell-off
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the ongoing market selloff that shed 500 points off the Dow.
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2018/10/12: Stock drop in US a 'natural correction'? | Good news for Chinese cancer patients
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2018/10/12: Stock drop in US a 'natural correction'? | Good news for Chinese cancer patients

2018/10/12: Stock drop in US a 'natural correction'? | Good news for Chinese cancer patients
Storm clouds gathered over the US stock market as shares took a nosedive on Wednesday. What’s behind the drop? Is this just a temporary tempest or a precursor to worse financial woes to come? The Chinese government is slashing the prices of life-saving cancer drugs. Why and what does it mean for patients? Will it be a win-win-win situation for patients, government and pharmaceutical companies?
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Chinese Funded Railway Nears Completion in Nigeria.
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Chinese Funded Railway Nears Completion in Nigeria.

Chinese Funded Railway Nears Completion in Nigeria.
A Chinese funded standard gauge railway construction project that connects the Nigerian federal capital Abuja with the country's central commercial hub Kaduna, is nearing completion and is expected to reduce road congestion and the time it takes to travel between the two points. The Abuja Kaduna line, scheduled to be completed by December 2014, is co-funded by the China Exim bank and the government of Nigeria.
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Why oil prices are rising
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Why oil prices are rising

Why oil prices are rising
Oil prices have been climbing, reaching the highest level since 2014. CNN's John Defterios explains what's driving the rise.
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Apple under investigation | Inside Story
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Apple under investigation | Inside Story

Apple under investigation | Inside Story
Apple under investigation | Inside Story
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🛩️ Flying taxis, mega deals and aviation in 2018  | Counting the Cost
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🛩️ Flying taxis, mega deals and aviation in 2018 | Counting the Cost

🛩️ Flying taxis, mega deals and aviation in 2018 | Counting the Cost
Flying taxis, mega deals and aviation in 2018 | Counting the Cost
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Financial crisis explained (1/4): how did it happen?
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Financial crisis explained (1/4): how did it happen?

Financial crisis explained (1/4): how did it happen?
Question 1 of 4: Rob Armstrong, Katie Martin and Martin Sandbu answer questions from the FT's Instagram followers: "If you were to explain to a layman, how did the financial crisis happen? Could it have been prevented?"
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Scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff says it is in talks with creditors
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Scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff says it is in talks with creditors

Scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff says it is in talks with creditors
It facing shareholders for the first time since an accounting scandal surfaced in December.Warwick Lucas from Galileo Asset Managers give us some insights.
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How will Saudi deal with stock market plunge? l Inside Story
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How will Saudi deal with stock market plunge? l Inside Story

How will Saudi deal with stock market plunge? l Inside Story
The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is hitting the Saudi economy. Stocks plunged almost 7 percent in early trading on Sunday, wiping out all the gains it had made since the start of the year. The fall comes a day after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened 'severe punishment' if Saudi Arabia was found to be responsible for Khashoggi’s disappearance, but Riyadh warned it would retaliate if economic sanctions are imposed on it. As pressure mounts on Saudi Arabia, several U.S. media organisations and business leaders have pulled out of a major investment conference in Riyadh What was dubbed "Davos in the desert" is supposed to promote Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's reform vision for the Kingdom. So, where does that leave all his plans?
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How corrupt is your country? 
| Counting the Cost
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How corrupt is your country? | Counting the Cost

How corrupt is your country? | Counting the Cost
How corrupt is your country? | Counting the Cost
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Traders Corner - 09 Oct 2018
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Traders Corner - 09 Oct 2018

Traders Corner - 09 Oct 2018
Join founder and editor of Traders Corner, Garth Mackenzie as he takes a look at the previous week's trade and explore the possibilities for the coming week.
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Building Africa’s digital markets 
[Business Africa]
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Building Africa’s digital markets [Business Africa]

Building Africa’s digital markets [Business Africa]
Kenya, South Africa and Nigeria lead the continent in the performance of e-commerce as they have all recorded approximately 6 percent of overall trade as being conducted in digital platforms as at the end of 2017. Kenya has one of the most advanced mobile money payments systems in the world with about 85 percent of adults having a mobile bank accounts.
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How small business can evolve in South Africa
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How small business can evolve in South Africa

How small business can evolve in South Africa
According to research by World Wide Worx, there are an estimated 650,000 small businesses in South Africa, employing around 7.8 million people. Now, these businesses face various challenges in this ever-changing environment. Investor and Serial Entrepreneur Vusi Thembekwayo joined us in the studio to take a closer look at entrepreneurship and where we stand as a country in this regard.
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Opposition parties react to the 2018 Mid Term Budget Speech
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Opposition parties react to the 2018 Mid Term Budget Speech

Opposition parties react to the 2018 Mid Term Budget Speech
Opposition parties weren’t impressed with Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s Mid Term Budget speech.
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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to deliver Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement tomorrow
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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to deliver Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement tomorrow

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to deliver Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement tomorrow
Mboweni faces a tough juggling act - with low growth, spiraling prices and lower revenue for government spending. So, what's he likely to highlight in tomorrow's statement?
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STAR chair talks about life after Steinhoff saga
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STAR chair talks about life after Steinhoff saga

STAR chair talks about life after Steinhoff saga
Jayendra Naidoo, Chairman of STAR and BEE partner of Steinhoff joins CNBC Africa for a special focus on Steinhoff Africa Retail - the African unit of Steinhoff International which is fighting for survival after alleged accounting fraud. STAR has not been divorced from the crisis that's hit its scandal ridden parent Steinhoff. Investors are worried about STAR's outlook and it shows in its share price which is well fallen considerably in the past four months.
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Is Ethiopia East Africa’s emerging giant
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Is Ethiopia East Africa’s emerging giant

Is Ethiopia East Africa’s emerging giant
Since taking office in April 2018, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has continued to deliver dramatic political and economic reforms; from signing a historic peace deal with neighbouring Eritrea to announcing a lean cabinet of 50 per cent women composition and much more. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss whether Ethiopia’s new regime can consistently follow through on its agenda is Edosa Leta and Eden Wagari both Ethiopians studying at the Africa Leadership University here in Rwanda.
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Capital Connection EP23: Nene’s fall from grace, Kigali Youth Summit & resource curse facing Africa
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Capital Connection EP23: Nene’s fall from grace, Kigali Youth Summit & resource curse facing Africa

Capital Connection EP23: Nene’s fall from grace, Kigali Youth Summit & resource curse facing Africa
In this episode Capital Connection speak to Ian Cruickshanks, chief economist from the Institute for Race Relations about Nene’s fall from grace and Tito Mboweni’s take over as the new finance minister and the we cross to Kigali to find out the latest developments with the Youth Summit underway and the issue of how to curb unemployment across Africa. We also have a panel discussion on the resource curse facing Africa with independent financial analyst Isaac Nkusi in Kigali and in Lagos CEO of CFG Advisory firm, Tilewa Adebajo.
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Africa Investment Forum: Where opportunities & capital collide
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Africa Investment Forum: Where opportunities & capital collide

Africa Investment Forum: Where opportunities & capital collide
The African Development Bank is launching the Africa Investment Forum —a meeting place for investors interested in what Africa has to offer. AfDB President Akinwumi Adesina, South African Minister of Finance and Gauteng Premier David Makhura discuss “Africa Investment Forum – An Opportunity for Collaborative Leadership”.
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VBS Mutual Bank finds itself under the curatorship of SARB
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VBS Mutual Bank finds itself under the curatorship of SARB

VBS Mutual Bank finds itself under the curatorship of SARB
VBS Mutual Bank finds itself under the curatorship of SARB after the Limpopo based institution experienced serious liquidity issues.
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Butterfield Rings NYSE Closing Bell, July 23 2018
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Butterfield Rings NYSE Closing Bell, July 23 2018

Butterfield Rings NYSE Closing Bell, July 23 2018
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Opening Bell, October 16, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 16, 2018

Opening Bell, October 16, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Blackberry with CEO John Chen at the NYSE and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney at the Nasdaq.
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 12, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News 
- Market News
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 12, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News

LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 12, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Oct. 12, 2018 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
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Closing Bell Exchange: Fed minutes did have market impact
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Closing Bell Exchange: Fed minutes did have market impact

Closing Bell Exchange: Fed minutes did have market impact
Discussing the current state of the markets with Jeff Saut, Raymond James; Keith Bliss, DriveWealth LLC; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
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New policy to boost made in Rwanda initiative
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New policy to boost made in Rwanda initiative

New policy to boost made in Rwanda initiative
Rwandan government has launched a new policy to guide the implementation of the Made in Rwanda Campaign which aims to increase the country’s competitiveness by enhancing the domestic market. The policy seeks to address key issues facing the domestic market such as high cost of production, low quality, lack of access to market, among others. CNBC Africa filed this report.
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Revealed: Africa's most investor friendly markets
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Revealed: Africa's most investor friendly markets

Revealed: Africa's most investor friendly markets
Absa's Africa financial markets index has South Africa topping the rank for the second consecutive year. The index is produced by the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum and with more on Africa's most attractive financial markets is George Asante, Head of Global Markets, Absa Corporate and Investment Bank.
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Opening Bell, October 25, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 25, 2018

Opening Bell, October 25, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Yeti Holdings with CEO and president Matthew Reintjes at the NYSE, and StoneCo Ltd. with CEO Thiago Piau at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 22, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 22, 2018

Opening Bell, October 22, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are New Alternatives for Children and WeWork with A. Goldsmith, NAC executive director, and A. Minson, WeWork president and CFO, at the NYSE, and Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. with Stuart Tanz, president and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 1 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 1 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 1 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Nick Crail from Ashburton Investments and Mark du Toit from Courtney Capital Private Wealth.
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Stock Watch - 02 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 02 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 02 Oct 2018: Part 1
Ricus Reeders from PSG Wealth and Bright Khumalo from Vestact joins Siki Mgabadeli on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch - 25 Oct 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 25 Oct 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 25 Oct 2018: Part 2
Join Siki Mgabadeli, Graeme K?rner from K?rner Perspective and as they answer your stock related questions and Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealthanalyse the day's market movers.
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Opening Bell, October 30, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 30, 2018

Opening Bell, October 30, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Resideo Technologies with Michael Nefkens, president & CEO, at the NYSE, and United Continental Holdings with CEO Oscar Munoz at the Nasdaq.
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Closing Bell Exchange: Dow near session highs
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Closing Bell Exchange: Dow near session highs

Closing Bell Exchange: Dow near session highs
Discussing the current state of the markets with Kate Warne of Edward Jones; Jeff Saut of Raymond James; Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
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Stock Watch Picks - 05 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 05 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 05 Nov 2018
Jonathan Fisher from PSG Wealth in Sandton chose Anglo American (AGL) / R321.43 (+0.68%) as his stock pick of the day and Joseph Busha from JM Busha Investment Group chose AECI (AFE) / R105.57 (+5.40%)
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Kenyans gamble millions in high risk Bitcoin trading craze
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Kenyans gamble millions in high risk Bitcoin trading craze

Kenyans gamble millions in high risk Bitcoin trading craze
More than 1,000 Kenyans are betting big on the unregulated, global digital currency craze and putting tens of millions of shillings at stake in pursuit of outsize gains. Bitcoin and Ethereum, whose values have skyrocketed in the past 10 months, are the digital currencies of choice for the Kenyan traders. The creator of Bitcoin is not known.
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Stock Watch - 10 Oct 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 10 Oct 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 10 Oct 2018: Part 2
Simon Brown is joined by Wayne McCurrie from Wealth and Investments at First National Bank and Gerbrand Smit from NeFG Fund Management to answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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Opening Bell, November 9, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 9, 2018

Opening Bell, November 9, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Juniper Networks with CEO Rami Rahim at the NYSE, and Sirius International Insurance Group with Allan Waters, chairman and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, August 27, 2018
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Opening Bell, August 27, 2018

Opening Bell, August 27, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are ETF Managers Group with CEO Samuel Massucci; Ted Pollak, EE Fund Management; and Chida Khatua, Art Amador and Chris Natividad of Equbot at the NYSE, and Sleep Number with Shelly Ibach, president and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Solving Africa's solar energy funding gap
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Solving Africa's solar energy funding gap

Solving Africa's solar energy funding gap
Around 600 million people, over half the population of sub-Saharan Africa, have no access to grid electricity. In fact, across sub-Saharan Africa, mobile phones are more common than access to electricity. One British company Azuri Technologies is leverage the mobile phones' mileage to make off-grid energy accessible across Africa.
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Stock Watch - 08 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 08 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 08 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Graeme Korner from Korner Perspective & Ian Cruickshanks from SAIRR.
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🇮🇷 Protests over economic situation in Iran | Inside Story | Al Jazeera English
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🇮🇷 Protests over economic situation in Iran | Inside Story | Al Jazeera English

🇮🇷 Protests over economic situation in Iran | Inside Story | Al Jazeera English
Iranian protesters are angry at the high cost of basic goods. The price of eggs, for example, has gone up 40 percent in just six months. Some Iranians say it's time for the government to focus on domestic issues, and to forget Syria, and forget Palestine. These protesters hoped the Iran Nuclear Deal in 2015 would ease their financial struggles. Most international sanctions were lifted, but life for many Iranians has not improved. Government critics say the economic benefits of the deal haven't been passed on because of mismanagement and alleged corruption. They add that the budget announced this month cuts vital social welfare programmes, while giving more money to religious and revolutionary institutions.
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🇬🇧 UK to release plan on avoiding economic collapse without Brexit deal | Al Jazeera English
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🇬🇧 UK to release plan on avoiding economic collapse without Brexit deal | Al Jazeera English

🇬🇧 UK to release plan on avoiding economic collapse without Brexit deal | Al Jazeera English
The British Government is to release a report detailing how it will avoid economic collapse if it fails to get a deal on its withdrawal from the EU. The so-called 'no deal' scenario has prompted warnings that the UK could run out of food and medicine, and that major airports could close down. There have even been warnings of social unrest. Negotiations remain deadlocked just months before Britain is due to pull out of the bloc.
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Daily Stock Pick - 16 Nov 2018: FirstRand
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Daily Stock Pick - 16 Nov 2018: FirstRand

Daily Stock Pick - 16 Nov 2018: FirstRand
Nesan Nair from Sasfin Securities chose FirstRand as his stock pick of the day
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Opening Bell, November 8, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 8, 2018

Opening Bell, November 8, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are CNFinance Holdings Limited with Bin Zhai, chairman and CEO, at the NYSE, and Collplant Holdings with CEO Yehiel Tal at the Nasdaq.
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The Week That Was - 28 Sept 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 28 Sept 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 28 Sept 2018: Part 1
"South Africa, the land where public holidays are a plenty with all the moving parts. It may not feel like it but welcome to the short week that was. Joining Simon Brown as they dig through the trenches is Nerina Visser from etfSA and Nick Kunze from Bridge Fund Managers."
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Stock Watch - 04 Sept 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 04 Sept 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 04 Sept 2018: Part 1
Jean Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital and Devin Schutte from The Robert Group joins Giulietta Talevi on Stock Watch to analyse the days market activity and answer your stock related questions.
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Stock Watch Picks - 19 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 19 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 19 Nov 2018
Ricus Reeders from PSG Wealth chose Nu-world (NWL) / R43.00 (+2.72%) as his stock pick of the day and Nic Norman-Smith, Lentus Asset Management chose Viacom (VIAB) / $31.66 (-4.02%)
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Closing Bell Exchange: Interest rates most likely have peaked
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Closing Bell Exchange: Interest rates most likely have peaked

Closing Bell Exchange: Interest rates most likely have peaked
Dan Suzuki, Richard Bernstein Advisors; Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel; and CNBC's Rick Santelli, discuss today's big market drop.
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 20, 2018
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 20, 2018

Today's Bell Ringer, November 20, 2018
Today's bell ringers are Retailwinds with CEO Gregory Scott at the NYSE and Tuanche Limited with CEO Wei Wen at the Nasdaq.
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IMF warns South Africa
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IMF warns South Africa

IMF warns South Africa
The International Monetary Fund is warning South Africa, that it needs to pick up the pace of economic reforms. Let's get all the details from Simon Marks in Washington.
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Stock Watch - 21 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 21 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 21 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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Opening Bell, November 19, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 19, 2018

Opening Bell, November 19, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Energy Transfer with CFO Thomas Long at the NYSE and SEI Investments Company with CEO Alfred West JR. at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 29 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 29 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 29 Nov 2018: Part 1
Joining Siki Mgabadeli to tackel your questions in studio this evening are, Waldo du Plessis from Nitrogen Fund Managers & Alex Duys from Umthombo Wealth.
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Stock Watch - 26 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 26 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 26 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Mark du Toit from Courtnery Capital Private Wealth & Gary Booysen from RandSwiss.
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Stock Watch - 05 Dec 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 05 Dec 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 05 Dec 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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Stock Watch - 05 Dec 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 05 Dec 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 05 Dec 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments.
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Stock Watch - 12 Dec 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 12 Dec 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 12 Dec 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Wayne McCurrie from Wealth and Investments at First National Bank.
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Is Africa ready for its population boom? | CNBC Explains
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Is Africa ready for its population boom? | CNBC Explains

Is Africa ready for its population boom? | CNBC Explains
Nigeria is set to overtake the United States as the world's third most populated country. So how ready is Africa for its population boom?
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Sactwu comments on Edcon financial troubles
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Sactwu comments on Edcon financial troubles

Sactwu comments on Edcon financial troubles
A response from the South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union to Edcon's financial troubles. Sactwu's National Industrial Policy Officer Etienne Vlok comments.
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Opening Bell: January 4, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 4, 2019

Opening Bell: January 4, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Professional Bull Riders and Boot Barn with bull rider Tanner Byrne and CEO Sean Gleason at the NYSE and WW International with President, CEO and Director Mindy Grossman at the Nasdaq.
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Most resolutions in 2019 are to start personal businesses
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Most resolutions in 2019 are to start personal businesses

Most resolutions in 2019 are to start personal businesses
Most resolutions in 2019 are to start personal businesses
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Jan. 4, 2019 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
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LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Jan. 4, 2019 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News

LIVE - Floor of the NYSE! Jan. 4, 2019 Financial News - Business News - Stock News - Market News
Business News - Financial News - Stock Exchange -- Wall Street -- Market News - New York Stock Exchange 2019 Monday was the last trading day of 2018 and even though markets posted solid gains for the day, the S&P 500 ended the year down 6.2% and the Dow Industrials ended the year down 5.6%, their biggest annual losses since 2008. West Texas Intermediate crude finished at $45.41 a barrel and the yield on 10-year Treasuries fell slightly to 2.68%. On Tuesday markets were closed for the New Year’s holiday and on Wednesday the PMI manufacturing index for December declined 1.5 points to 53.8, a 15 month low. In addition, China’s Markit PMI manufacturing index showed the Chinese economy contracting for the first time in 19 months. This prompted a market selloff with the Dow Industrials declining almost 400 points, however, by the end of the day markets recovered and closed slightly higher. On Thursday the ADP employment report saw private payroll grow 271,000, much higher than expected and jobless claims for the week ending December 29th rose 10,000 to 231,000. The ISM manufacturing index for December fell 5.2 points to 54.1, its lowest level since 2008. A pessimistic revenue warning issued by Apple the prior evening spooked markets and the Dow Industrials closed 660 points lower while the Nasdaq Composite lost 3%. Ten-year Treasuries fell on the news to yield 2.56%. On Friday nonfarm payrolls for December came in at 312,000, much higher than expectations and the unemployment rate rose .2% to 3.9%. Average hourly earnings rose .4%. In addition Fed Chair Jay Powell also reassured investors by stating the Fed will monitor economic numbers and adjust policy as necessary if the economy slows. Markets soared at the open on the news. Now let’s take a look at some stocks. Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares fell by over 8% on Wednesday morning after the electric automaker reported on Tuesday less than expected Model 3 deliveries in the fourth quarter
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Johannesburg Stock Exchange offers opportunities for foreign firms
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Johannesburg Stock Exchange offers opportunities for foreign firms

Johannesburg Stock Exchange offers opportunities for foreign firms
After Zimbabwe, China's President is expected to proceed to South Africa for the Forum on China, Africa cooperation which kicks off this week Thursday. South Africa is gearing up to receive leaders from across the continent besides delegations from China. Angelo Coppola takes a look at investment opportunities in South Africa with a specific focus on listing at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
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Zimbabwe activists now call for dialogue with government over price hikes
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Zimbabwe activists now call for dialogue with government over price hikes

Zimbabwe activists now call for dialogue with government over price hikes
Two anti-government protests against price hikes and commodity shortages have failed to get off the ground in Zimbabwe. Activists are calling for engagement rather than confrontation. In its worst economic crisis since 2008, the southern African country has been grappling shortages of cash, fuel, bread and cooking oil in recent weeks.
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Zimbabwe's economic situation worsens
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Zimbabwe's economic situation worsens

Zimbabwe's economic situation worsens
Zimbabwean business believes they could shut within ten days due to the dire economic situation there. The Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries says the majority of businesses are left with less than a month's supply of foreign-sourced raw materials. It could shut down if the country's foreign currency shortages are not addressed urgently.
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Opening Bell, January 11, 2019
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Opening Bell, January 11, 2019

Opening Bell, January 11, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are United States Energy Association with Executive Director Barry Worthington at the NYSE and Willis Towers Watson with CEO John Haley at the Nasdaq.
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Apple must slash iPhone prices to compete: Tech investor
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Apple must slash iPhone prices to compete: Tech investor

Apple must slash iPhone prices to compete: Tech investor
Dan Niles, founding partner at Alpha-One Capital Partners, expands on his CNBC op-ed on the health of Apple stock from May 2018 following the company's warning that it missed its Q1 sales target.
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Stock Watch - 17 Jan 2019: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 17 Jan 2019: Part 1

Stock Watch - 17 Jan 2019: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Nesan Nair from Sasfin Securities and Deryck Janse van Rensburg from Anchor Securities.
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14th Annual World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos
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14th Annual World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos

14th Annual World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos
The 14th Annual World Economic Forum officially kicked off in Davos, Switzerland today with the first panel focused on realising this years theme, shaping global architecture in the age of the fourth industrial revolution. This year's meeting happens at a time when geopolitical and geoeconomic risks are on the rise with emerging markets expected to bear brunt of the fall out. Peter Moyo who is the CEO of Old Mutual joins Business Day TV with a greater sense of what is playing out in Davos.
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Stock Watch - 28 Jan 2019: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 28 Jan 2019: Part 2

Stock Watch - 28 Jan 2019: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio tonight is Jonathan Fisher s from PSG Wealth Sandton and Ian Cruickshanks from SAIRR.
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Govt highlights investment opportunities in SA on day 2 of WEF
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Govt highlights investment opportunities in SA on day 2 of WEF

Govt highlights investment opportunities in SA on day 2 of WEF
Day two of the World Economic Forum is underway in Davos where a Country Strategic Dialogue was held to highlight investment opportunities in South Africa. Well, to attract and realise President Ramaphosa's targeted R1.2 trillion worth of investment into the country over the next five years, investor, consumer and business confidence needs to be restored. And at this stage the South African Ministry is using a hard-sell strategy but are those in the business circles buying it? Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership SA joins us on the line from Davos with his thoughts.
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Here are some of the risks African business should be worried about in 2019
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Here are some of the risks African business should be worried about in 2019

Here are some of the risks African business should be worried about in 2019
The Allianz Risk Barometer highlights that the most important business risk facing Africa this year are Market Developments and political risks and violence. CNBC Africa's Esther Awoniyi discusses this and more with Seelan Naidoo, Head of Property and Engineering at the Allianz Global Corporate Specialty Africa.
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Opening Bell: February 5, 2019
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Opening Bell: February 5, 2019

Opening Bell: February 5, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are EquBot with CEO Chidananda Khatua at the NYSE and IMG with EVP of IMG Fashion Events Leslie Russo at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell: January 31, 2019
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Opening Bell: January 31, 2019

Opening Bell: January 31, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Pivotal Acquisition Corp. with Jon Ledecky and Kevin Griffin at the NYSE and Research Frontiers Inc. with Joseph Harary and Eyal Peso at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell: February 14, 2019
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Opening Bell: February 14, 2019

Opening Bell: February 14, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells include Westminster Kennel Club to celebrate the winner of the 2019 Best In Show category at the NYSE. The winner was a Wire Fox Terrier named "King" with his owner Victor Malzoni and handler Gabriel Rangel. At the Nasdaq, One Love Foundation, which provides education to young people about healthy and unhealthy relationships in order to end abuse.
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Opening Bell: February 13, 2019
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Opening Bell: February 13, 2019

Opening Bell: February 13, 2019
Ringing today's opening bells are Citigroup at the NYSE and Extreme Networks at the Nasdaq.
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SA's economy contracts 3.2% in the first quarter
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SA's economy contracts 3.2% in the first quarter

SA's economy contracts 3.2% in the first quarter
Citadel Chief Economist Maarten Ackerman spoke to Business Day TV about the shock decline in South Africa's economic activity in the first quarter
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ECOWAS to launch regional currency, ECO in 2020
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ECOWAS to launch regional currency, ECO in 2020

ECOWAS to launch regional currency, ECO in 2020
The launch of the operational phase of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) is expected later this week, while the 15 ECOWAS countries, adopted ‘ECO’ as the name of the region’s planned shared currency, and agreed for a flexible currency regime towards improving integration and trade in the region.
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The Modise Network | The State of SA Economy | 23 February 2020
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The Modise Network | The State of SA Economy | 23 February 2020

The Modise Network | The State of SA Economy | 23 February 2020
Lara Hodes Investec Bank economist, joins The Network to look at the policies and possible interventions to set South Africa on a growth path.
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Warren Buffett: When Stocks Go Down, It's Good News | CNBC
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Warren Buffett: When Stocks Go Down, It's Good News | CNBC

Warren Buffett: When Stocks Go Down, It's Good News | CNBC
Warren Buffett: When Stocks Go Down, It's Good News | CNBC
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Why Starbucks Failed In Australia
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Why Starbucks Failed In Australia

Why Starbucks Failed In Australia
Starbucks can be found all over the world, from Shanghai to Guantanamo Bay. But there is one continent that was uninterested in the coffee giant. Australians largely rejected Starbucks' attempted takeover, which led to an embarrassing retreat for the brand.
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Online share-trading platforms available in South Africa
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Online share-trading platforms available in South Africa

Online share-trading platforms available in South Africa
Online share-trading platforms allow private investors to handle their own trades. An attractive idea to many investors who like to keep an eye on the market. Various platforms are available to South African traders. Some investors enjoy the near real-time trading, but others complain that these platforms often have time-delays that prevent them from getting the deals that they are after. CNBC Africa is joined by Charles Collocott, Sharenet Securities ,CFDs Manager ; Petri Redelinghuys, independent trader and Mark Humphreys, Business manager of Online trading at Standard Bank, Corporate and Investment banking.
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More Cape Verde citizens keen to leave due to various factors
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More Cape Verde citizens keen to leave due to various factors

More Cape Verde citizens keen to leave due to various factors
Cape Verde is a collection of 12 islands off the coast of North-west Africa. Here, foreigners outnumber locals, and 9 percent of the country's GDP comes from expatriates. Cape Verde has few natural resources, little arable land and is prone to drought - just some of the reasons why many residents are desperate to move to greener pastures.
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Talk Africa: Africa in 2018
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Talk Africa: Africa in 2018

Talk Africa: Africa in 2018
If 2017 was an eventful year for Africa, 2018 is set to get even busier. No less than 9 African nations will go to the polls this year, the tough economic conditions brought about last year are predicted to ease, and growth in Sub-Saharan Africa expected to rise. Stability in parts of Africa will however still be a challenge with groups like Al-Shabaab and Boko Haram still not completely isolated or defeated. And with environmental issues like climate change and food security still contributing to the testing conditions experienced across the entire continent. So what should governments and non-governmental organisations be prioritising in the coming months? And what other expectations are there for Africa in 2018?
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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Exclusive interview
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Apple CEO Tim Cook: Exclusive interview

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Exclusive interview
In an exclusive TV interview, CNNMoney's Laurie Segall asks Apple CEO Tim Cook about privacy, regulation, and the future of humanity's relationship with technology.
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How will Brexit impact the UK economy?
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How will Brexit impact the UK economy?

How will Brexit impact the UK economy?
The British government is just days if not weeks away from triggering formal divorce talks with the European Union. A lot is riding on the negotiations that will follow, especially for companies that do business with the EU or employ EU citizens.
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On the brink of a global trade war? 
| Inside Story
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On the brink of a global trade war? | Inside Story

On the brink of a global trade war? | Inside Story
Politicians and business leaders have reacted angrily to President Donald Trump's decision to impose stinging tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium. The European Union is taking legal action at the World Trade Organization. And Canada and Mexico – two of the biggest sources of aluminium and steel for the US – will now impose their own charges on American goods. Trump's decision has been described as "illegal" and "unacceptable." Is this the beginning of the end of the global trade order?
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Series 2, Episode 6: The Vusi Thembekwayo business leadership journey
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Series 2, Episode 6: The Vusi Thembekwayo business leadership journey

Series 2, Episode 6: The Vusi Thembekwayo business leadership journey
Today, at age 31, Vusi Thembekwayo is an accomplished serial entrepreneur, investor and author. He is also considered to be one of the top 12 speakers in the world (as rated by MeetingsNet Magazine), sharing the honour with the likes of Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post and James Curleigh, VP of Levi Strauss & Co.
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Scandal-hit Steinhoff names new management
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Scandal-hit Steinhoff names new management

Scandal-hit Steinhoff names new management
Steinhoff International is still fighting for its survival. In a bid to restore some stability to the group, a number of new appointments were announced Tuesday. Daniel Maree Van de Merwe, will take over as acting CEO. He was the group's Chief Operating Officer. Alexandre Nodale who heads up the Steinhoff owned French retailer Conforma, will assume the Deputy CEO position and Heather Sonn will replace Christo Wiese as acting Chair.
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Africa's urban explosion | Counting the Cost (Feature)
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Africa's urban explosion | Counting the Cost (Feature)

Africa's urban explosion | Counting the Cost (Feature)
Africa's population of roughly 1.1 billion is expected to double by 2050, with more than 80 percent of that growth occurring in cities. The UN projects that 10 of the world's fastest-growing cities over the next 17 years will all be in Africa. Eight African cities are expected to more than double in population size in the next few years. The continent's top three fastest-growing cities are Dar es Salaam, Nairobi and Kinshasa. "On the good side, as these cities get bigger, they'll have a more conglomeration of benefits that potentially can increase productivity that cities offer. We know that in Africa that families moving to big cities probably double their household incomes and job opportunities for all the people in the household. But the challenge is being able to manage that population growth and have livable cities," says Vernon Henderson of the London School of Economics.
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Pakistan FM: "War is no option. The only solution is dialogue" | Talk to Al Jazeera
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Pakistan FM: "War is no option. The only solution is dialogue" | Talk to Al Jazeera

Pakistan FM: "War is no option. The only solution is dialogue" | Talk to Al Jazeera
Pakistan FM: "War is no option. The only solution is dialogue" | Talk to Al Jazeera
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Hydro-economics: Egypt, Ethiopia and the Nile  |Counting the Cost
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Hydro-economics: Egypt, Ethiopia and the Nile |Counting the Cost

Hydro-economics: Egypt, Ethiopia and the Nile |Counting the Cost
Hydro-economics: Egypt, Ethiopia and the Nile |Counting the Cost
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Africa Business News - 19 Oct 2018: Part 2
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Africa Business News - 19 Oct 2018: Part 2

Africa Business News - 19 Oct 2018: Part 2
"Wrapping up some of the highlights both on the news and markets front from across the continent. Joining us for a look at is Sven Richter from Drakens Capital."
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Africa Business News - 05 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Africa Business News - 05 Oct 2018: Part 1

Africa Business News - 05 Oct 2018: Part 1
We're wrapping up your top stories from across the continent this week and hone in specifically on developments in South Africa... and the kind of industry response the country's new mining charter has elicited. We catch up with the country's Mineral council's CEO Roger Baxter for that.
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‘South Africa is open for business’ 
-South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the 2018 heads of mission conference
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‘South Africa is open for business’ -South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the 2018 heads of mission conference

‘South Africa is open for business’ -South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the 2018 heads of mission conference
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the 2018 heads of mission conference on October 23 2018 in Pretoria.
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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver his maiden mid-term budget speech today
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Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver his maiden mid-term budget speech today

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver his maiden mid-term budget speech today
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver his maiden mid-term budget speech today. South Africans are expecting the new minister to provide some relief to their pockets, improve job prospects, and stimulate the economy. Mboweni was sworn in as Finance Minister just two weeks ago, after former minister, Nhlanhla Nene stepped down. Annika Larsen is in Parliament ahead of that mini budget
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PWC analyst reaction to #MTBPS2018
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PWC analyst reaction to #MTBPS2018

PWC analyst reaction to #MTBPS2018
South Africa will fall short by a whopping 27 billion rand this tax season. While the country’s debt to GDP may rise to 60 percent in the next three years and economic growth's been revised lower for 2018. Those are just some of the bad news Finance Minister Tito Mboweni presented during his maiden medium term policy budget speech. But, on the bright side, sanitary towels and other items will be zero-rated. We get more reaction from PwC Economist Maura Feddersen.
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Markets react to finmin Mboweni’s #MTBS
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Markets react to finmin Mboweni’s #MTBS

Markets react to finmin Mboweni’s #MTBS
SA Finance minister Tito Mboweni delivered his much anticipated maiden medium term budget policy statement. Joining CNBC Africa to track market reaction to the #MTBS is Ashraf Mohamed, Portfolio Manager, Arqaam Capital and Samke Mhlongo, Wealth Coach, TNC Wealth Partners.
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All eyes on Tito Mboweni
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All eyes on Tito Mboweni

All eyes on Tito Mboweni
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will deliver his maiden mid-term budget speech today. This budget statement is expected to provide clarity on how the government proposes to reprioritise scarce funds, stimulate economic growth and create jobs.
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Financial crisis explained (3/4): 
What is the subprime of our decade?
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Financial crisis explained (3/4): What is the subprime of our decade?

Financial crisis explained (3/4): What is the subprime of our decade?
Question 3 of 4: Katie Martin, Rob Armstrong and Rana Foroohar answer questions from the FT's Instagram followers: "What is the subprime of our decade? Where are the unseen risks?"
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The Global Medical Relief Fund, Inc. Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
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The Global Medical Relief Fund, Inc. Rings the NYSE Closing Bell

The Global Medical Relief Fund, Inc. Rings the NYSE Closing Bell
The New York Stock Exchange welcomes The Global Medical Relief Fund, Inc. celebrating 20 years of changing the lives of amputee children from the USA and around the world. Honoring the occasion, Elissa Montanti, Executive Director and Founder, rings the NYSE Closing Bell.
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Opening Bell, October 18, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 18, 2018

Opening Bell, October 18, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Studio City International Holdings with chairman Lawrence Yau Lung Ho to celebrate the stock's first day of trading at the NYSE, and Atari with Frederic Chesnais, chairman and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Opening Bell, October 17, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 17, 2018

Opening Bell, October 17, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Madison Square Garden Co. with Rocky Fielding, WBA super middleweight world champion, at the NYSE, and Marvell Technology Group with Matt Murphy, CEO and president, at the Nasdaq.
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SA’s jobless rate worsens
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SA’s jobless rate worsens

SA’s jobless rate worsens
The unemployment rate increased by 0.3 of a percentage point to 27.5 per cent in quarter three of this year. What does this mean for the strength of the South African economy? Joining CNBC Africa with some of the answers and even with some pertinent questions is Economist, Xhanti Payi and Vimal Chagan, Divisional Director at Liberty Investments.
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The Week That Was - 14 Sept 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 14 Sept 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 14 Sept 2018: Part 1
It's been a rough week, Biko gone for 41 years, trade war talks are off then they're on, the JSE hasn't been spared in the tit-for-tat, Turkey's Central Bank defying autocratic Gollum and the rand basking in its glory and no you're not watching Disney's latest edition of Beauty, the Beast and the Hunch back of Sasfin - spring has nearly sprung, This is The Week That Was, join Simon Brown, Sasfin's David Shapiro & Chantal Marx from FNB Wealth & Investments for their Friday romp.
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Stock Watch - 30 Oct 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 30 Oct 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 30 Oct 2018: Part 1
Joining Siki at the desk is Ricus Reeders from PSG Wealth & Bright Khumalo from Vestact.
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Stock Watch Picks - 08 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 08 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 08 Nov 2018
Graeme K?rner from K?rner? Perspective chose Standard Bank (SBK) / R175.01 (-3.43%) as his stock pick of the day and Ian Cruickshanks from the SAIRR chose S&P 500 etf (in dollars)
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Mobius: Market probably won't do well going into next year
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Mobius: Market probably won't do well going into next year

Mobius: Market probably won't do well going into next year
Mark Mobius, founding partner of Mobius Capital Partners, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss what the midterm results means for the market.
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Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks reduce gains ahead of midterm election results
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Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks reduce gains ahead of midterm election results

Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks reduce gains ahead of midterm election results
Discussing the current state of the markets with Michael Yoshikami of Destination Wealth Management; Matthew Cheslock of Virtu Financial; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 9, 2018
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 9, 2018

Today's Bell Ringer, November 9, 2018
Today's bell ringers are Juniper Networks with CEO Rami Rahim at the NYSE, and Sirius International Insurance Group with Allan Waters, chairman and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Nigeria power companies declare force majeure on power supply
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Nigeria power companies declare force majeure on power supply

Nigeria power companies declare force majeure on power supply
New owners of power distribution companies in Nigeria have declared force majeure on electricity supply across the country. The investors, who took over power distribution assets from the Federal Government in 2013, also demanded a refund of their investments if the government fails to pay over 200 million dollars owed and objected to the hold back of over 1 billion dollars in intervention funds from the CBN and an embargo,which limits their capex
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Zimbabwean govt lifts ban on imports
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Zimbabwean govt lifts ban on imports

Zimbabwean govt lifts ban on imports
Zimbabwe's government has lifted restrictions on imports, some of the goods which people can now import into the country are in the sector of construction, food, beverages and packaging materials. The newly appointed Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube is facing a difficult task to rebuild the economy in that country.
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Saudi suspends oil shipments through key strait after Houthi attacks | Al Jazeera English
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Saudi suspends oil shipments through key strait after Houthi attacks | Al Jazeera English

Saudi suspends oil shipments through key strait after Houthi attacks | Al Jazeera English
The United Nations is warning that air attacks by the Saudi-Emirati coalition in Yemen are putting civilians at extreme risk. But the conflict is not only causing the world's worst humanitarian crisis, it is also hitting international trade. Saudi Arabia temporarily suspended oil shipments through the Bab al-Mandab Strait, which connects the Gulf of Aden to the Red Sea.
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Stock Watch - 14 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 14 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 14 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Drikus Combrinck from Capicraft.
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Acquisitions boost Indluplace’s FY revenue
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Acquisitions boost Indluplace’s FY revenue

Acquisitions boost Indluplace’s FY revenue
Indluplace released its annual results today. Recording a 64% surge in revenue - fuelled by contributions from its recent acquisitions. But the tough economic environment continued to weigh on the group. Translating into an unchanged dividend for the period - at just over 97 cents. It's Financial Director, Terry Kaplan spoke to Business Day TV to unpack its numbers in more detail.
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Stock Watch - 15 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 15 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 15 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Joseph Busha from JM Busha Investment Group & Greg Katzenellenbogen from Sanlam Private Wealth.
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Zimbabwe's economic challenges: Eddie Cross
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Zimbabwe's economic challenges: Eddie Cross

Zimbabwe's economic challenges: Eddie Cross
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has held talks with Bankers and Captains of industry and commerce in Harare Zimbabwe. This as the country faces tough economic challenges. The opposition has called for intervention from SADC and the AU.
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The Week That Was - 16 Nov 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 16 Nov 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 16 Nov 2018: Part 1
100 Years since the end of World War One, farewell to the MARVELous Superhero Stan Lee, meanwhile the rand is basking in all the Brex-SHIT and the JSE is limping along. Join Simon Brown, Sasfin's David Shapiro and Viv Govender from Rand Swiss Offshore for a look at The Week That Was
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What will Brexit mean for healthcare companies and patients?
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What will Brexit mean for healthcare companies and patients?

What will Brexit mean for healthcare companies and patients?
What does the UK referendum result mean for patient care and healthcare agencies such as the European Medicines Agency? In the fourth of our spotlight on Brexit's impact, we ask what will be the main challenges for the consumer. Annie Pannelay, Principal of Economist Intelligence Unit's Healthcare practice, talks to Country Analysis Director Alex White about what to expect.
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Stock Watch Picks - 14 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 14 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 14 Nov 2018
Drikus Combrinck from Capicraft chose Santova Logistics (SNV) /R2.89 (+4.25%) as his stock pick of the day and David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities chose Naspers (NPN) /R2710.41 (+4.25%)
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Opening Bell, November 7, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 7, 2018

Opening Bell, November 7, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are NCR Corporation with Mike Hayford, president and CEO, at the NYSE, and FirstCash with Rick Wessel, CEO and vice chairman of the board, at the Nasdaq.
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The Week That Was - 07 Sept 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 07 Sept 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 07 Sept 2018: Part 1
There's thunder in the air although bad luck if you're still freezing your extremities off in the Cape. But no matter - it's the weekend and this is the week that was! Giulietta Talevi, her co-host is Simon Brown and joining them for their weekly whinge-athon is Sasfin Securities' David Shapiro.
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Traders Corner - 11 September 2018
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Traders Corner - 11 September 2018

Traders Corner - 11 September 2018
Join founder and editor of Traders Corner, Garth Mackenzie as he takes a look at the previous week's trade and explore the possibilities for the coming week.
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The Week That Was - 21 Sept 2018: Part 1
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The Week That Was - 21 Sept 2018: Part 1

The Week That Was - 21 Sept 2018: Part 1
Perhaps you're high right now and if you're not sure, this is The Week That Was - The weather is as gloomy as the JSE - regulation changes coming in on that front and the rand is showing signs of behaving. Join Simon Brown Sasfin's David Shapiro and Wayne McCurrie from FNB Wealth and Investments their Friday whine-a-thon.
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Stock Watch - 19 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 19 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 19 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Ricus Reeders from PSG Wealth and Nic Norman-Smith from Lentus Asset Management.
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2018's stock market gains wiped out
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2018's stock market gains wiped out

2018's stock market gains wiped out
2018's stock market gains wiped out
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200 % increase in fruitless & wasteful expenditure
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200 % increase in fruitless & wasteful expenditure

200 % increase in fruitless & wasteful expenditure
200 % increase in fruitless & wasteful expenditure
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The Roffey Review - 26 Nov 2018
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The Roffey Review - 26 Nov 2018

The Roffey Review - 26 Nov 2018
Join Clive Roffey for his weekly market data analysis on this week's edition of The Roffey Review
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More bad news for Apple as Trump pounds the table on China tariffs
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More bad news for Apple as Trump pounds the table on China tariffs

More bad news for Apple as Trump pounds the table on China tariffs
Apple falls on Trump's comments. Is it time to ditch this stock? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.
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Opening Bell, December 3, 2018
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Opening Bell, December 3, 2018

Opening Bell, December 3, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Marathon Petroleum with CEO and chairman Gary Heminger at the NYSE to celebrate the close of its Andeavor transaction, and OraSure Technologies at the Nasdaq.
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Tua Tagovailoa, Heisman Trophy finalists ring final bell New York Stock Exchange
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Tua Tagovailoa, Heisman Trophy finalists ring final bell New York Stock Exchange

Tua Tagovailoa, Heisman Trophy finalists ring final bell New York Stock Exchange
The 2018 Heisman Trophy finalists ring final bell on Wall Street on Dec. 7, 2018.
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Opening Bell, December 11, 2018
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Opening Bell, December 11, 2018

Opening Bell, December 11, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are The Cooper Companies with President and CEO Albert G. White III at the NYSE and Amdocs with CEO Shuky Sheffer at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 12 Dec 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 12 Dec 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 12 Dec 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Wayne McCurrie from Wealth and Investments at First National Bank.
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Opening Bell, October 31, 2018
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Opening Bell, October 31, 2018

Opening Bell, October 31, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are CIRCOR International with Scott Buckhout, president and CEO, at the NYSE, and Green Brick Partners with James Brickman, co-founder and CEO, at the Nasdaq.
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 1, 2018
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Today's Bell Ringer, November 1, 2018

Today's Bell Ringer, November 1, 2018
Today's bell ringers are EnerSys with David Shaffer, president and CEO, and Fred Kaiser, Alpha Technologies Group chairman and CEO, at the NYSE, and Orchard Therapeutics with CEO Mark Rothera at the Nasdaq.
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Stock Watch - 30 Aug 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 30 Aug 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 30 Aug 2018: Part 1
Join Giulietta Talevi, Joseph Busha from JM Busha and Gerbrand Smit from NEFG Fund Management as they answer your stock related questions and analyse the day's market movers.
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NEW: Nairobi to New York Now Non-Stop
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NEW: Nairobi to New York Now Non-Stop

NEW: Nairobi to New York Now Non-Stop
Richard Quest, CNN's resident #AVGEEK, flies the inaugural non-stop from Nairobi to New York. This makes Kenya Airways only the SIXTH airline to fly directly between the U.S. and the ENTIRE continent of Africa.
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Kenya Coach Industries opens state of the art bus body building facility
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Kenya Coach Industries opens state of the art bus body building facility

Kenya Coach Industries opens state of the art bus body building facility
Isuzu East Africa’s (Isuzu EA) appointed dealer, Kenya Coach Industry (KCI), has today opened a state of the art facility in Nairobi to fabricate the chassis and bodies of buses, as well as sell and service Isuzu motor vehicles. The facility, located at National Park East Gate Road, was officially opened by Mr James Macharia, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development. Built at a cost of nearly Ksh 1 billion, the expansive KCI facility comprises a showroom, service workshop, parts store, and body building operations with a capacity to build 100 bodies for buses and lorries every month.
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Apple should give out all the data investors want all the time: Kevin O'Leary
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Apple should give out all the data investors want all the time: Kevin O'Leary

Apple should give out all the data investors want all the time: Kevin O'Leary
Kevin O’Leary of O'Shares ETFs and Jeffrey Kvaal of Nomura Instinet joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss Apple after the company announced its quarterly earnings.
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How SA’s banks are responding to land reform
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How SA’s banks are responding to land reform

How SA’s banks are responding to land reform
Banking Association of SA MD Cas Coovadia shares with CNBC Africa how South African banks are responding to land reform without expropriation proposals.
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70% of Africa still has no access to electricity
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70% of Africa still has no access to electricity

70% of Africa still has no access to electricity
Over 70% of the African continent doesn't have access to electricity. That's a gap which, on paper, at least, could be partially plugged by a combination of off grid, and on-grid solar power. Input prices for solar power have fallen so much, that countries like Kenya have approved over 200 MW of grid linked projects, with another 700 MW of generation capacity, under consideration. Debt financing for such projects can be difficult to come by, across Africa, and that's a gap the African Guarantee Fund is looking to fill.
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Stock Watch - 13 Nov 2018: Part 1
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Stock Watch - 13 Nov 2018: Part 1

Stock Watch - 13 Nov 2018: Part 1
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, Ashraf Mohamed from Arqaam Capital & Jean Pierre Verster from Fairtree Capital.
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Stock Watch - 14 Nov 2018: Part 2
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Stock Watch - 14 Nov 2018: Part 2

Stock Watch - 14 Nov 2018: Part 2
Tackling your questions in studio this evening are, David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities & Drikus Combrinck from Capicraft.
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A crypto financial crisis is happening: Coinshare's Demirors
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A crypto financial crisis is happening: Coinshare's Demirors

A crypto financial crisis is happening: Coinshare's Demirors
Cryptocurrencies get crushed. Meltem Demirors of Coinshares on whether the crypto markets are in crisis. What should holders do now? With Tony Dwyer, Canaccord Genuity, CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Brian Kelly, Karen Finerman and Guy Adami.
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What does BREXIT deal mean for SA property companies?
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What does BREXIT deal mean for SA property companies?

What does BREXIT deal mean for SA property companies?
The Brexit story made a dramatic turn this week with a draft divorce agreement between the UK and EU. There is still much uncertainty though over whether the agreement will get through parliament. So with the continued uncertainty is now the opportunity to buy UK property? Or could you get a better deal by waiting for a few months or just keeping clear. Joining us on the line is Tom Bland, he is from property investment company, IP Global in Johannesburg.
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Opening Bell, November 15, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 15, 2018

Opening Bell, November 15, 2018
Ringing today's opening bells are Weidai LTD with Feng Chen, director and VP, at the NYSE and Youth INC with board co-chair Dhan Pai at the Nasdaq.
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Gordhan grills Eskom board over Molefe
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Gordhan grills Eskom board over Molefe

Gordhan grills Eskom board over Molefe
Financial Mail Deputy Editor Sikonathi Mantshantsha speaks to Alishia Seckam and Stephen Gunnion about Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown and Eskom Chairman Ben Ngubane’s grilling in Parliament today over the rehiring of Brian Molefe as CEO of Eskom.
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You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 1
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You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 1

You and Your Money - 19 Nov 2018: Part 1
Joining Bryan Hirsch for this discussion on Financial Planning and to answer some questions on the subject, are Darryl Bennett, Wealth Advisor, Sasfin, and Sandy van der Zanden, Wealth Manager, Anchor Capital (Pty) Ltd.
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Is there a future for Bitcoin in Zimbabwe? 🇿🇼 | Counting the Cost
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Is there a future for Bitcoin in Zimbabwe? 🇿🇼 | Counting the Cost

Is there a future for Bitcoin in Zimbabwe? 🇿🇼 | Counting the Cost
Zimbabwe's army seized control of the country on Tuesday night, claiming it was removing "criminals" around Robert Mugabe, and held the president and his family under house arrest. But can the military intervention really bring change for the country's ailing economy? Not unlike the after effects of the Greek crisis of 2015 and the current panic in Venezuela, Zimbabwe has seen unprecedented change in the local cryptocurrency market. The price of Bitcoin jumped as much as 10 percent on Zimbabwe's Golix exchange on Wednesday after the country's army seized power. Zimbabweans, just like Venezuelans, are buying things they think might retain value.
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The state of South Africa’s economy
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The state of South Africa’s economy

The state of South Africa’s economy
For more on the state of South Africa’s economy, CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke with Raymond Gilpin, Dean of Academic Affairs at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies.
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Stock Watch Picks - 20 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 20 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 20 Nov 2018
Drikus Combrinck from Capicraft chose Cameco Corporation (CCJ)/ $11.94 (-2.45%) as his stock pick of the day and Jean-Pierre Verster, Fairtree Capital chose Applied Materials Inc (AMAT)/ $36.39 (+5.72%)
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Stock Watch Picks - 1 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 1 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 1 Nov 2018
Mark du Toit from Courtney Capital Private Wealth chose Standard Bank (SBK) / R167.40 (+2.49%) as his stock pick of the day and Nick Crail from Ashburton Investments chose Alphabet (GOOGL:NSQ) / $1093.42 (+0.26%)
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SA bracing for Black Friday frenzy
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SA bracing for Black Friday frenzy

SA bracing for Black Friday frenzy
South African consumers are preparing their wallets and cards for Black Friday. GFK South Africa's Kali Moahloli joins us to discuss what we can expect this year
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Opening Bell, November 16, 2018
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Opening Bell, November 16, 2018

Opening Bell, November 16, 2018
Today's bell ringers are the Harlem Globetrotters at the New York Stock Exchange, and Imperva CEO Christopher Hylen at the NASDAQ.
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Centum Investment's profit up
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Centum Investment's profit up

Centum Investment's profit up
Kenya's listed investment firm Centum reported a 120 per cent rise in its FY profits. The impressive performance was driven by a sharp increase in investment income. CNBC Africa's Bonney Tunya caught up with James Mworia the company’s CEO for more.
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Revealed: 2018 Forbes Africa Under 30 list
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Revealed: 2018 Forbes Africa Under 30 list

Revealed: 2018 Forbes Africa Under 30 list
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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Nigeria 2019 elections: Donald Duke Presidential candidate Social Democratic Party
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Nigeria 2019 elections: Donald Duke Presidential candidate Social Democratic Party

Nigeria 2019 elections: Donald Duke Presidential candidate Social Democratic Party
Much has been said about the importance of the 2019 elections and what it means for Nigeria’s development trajectory. Some have said it will be a daunting task for anyone who will be at the helm of affairs, after the elections next year as tough decisions need to be made to reposition the country on a path for stronger economic growth.
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Zimbabwean serial entrepreneur Frank Buyanga opens up about his business, hopes and fears
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Zimbabwean serial entrepreneur Frank Buyanga opens up about his business, hopes and fears

Zimbabwean serial entrepreneur Frank Buyanga opens up about his business, hopes and fears
He wrote letters to Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe on how to deal with the economic crisis, he was once placed on Interpol's most wanted list for allegedly defrauding people in Zimbabwe, and does not know exactly how many cars and businesses he owns.
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Looming job losses at Edcon
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Looming job losses at Edcon

Looming job losses at Edcon
The South African Federation of Trade Unions says if Edcon goes under, it’ll the biggest single jobs bloodbath in the country's history.
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Stock Watch Picks - 26 Nov 2018
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Stock Watch Picks - 26 Nov 2018

Stock Watch Picks - 26 Nov 2018
Mark du Toit from Courtney Capital Private Wealth chose Reinet Investments (RNI) / R206.00 (+0.98%) as his stock pick of the day and Gary Booysen chose Rand Swiss / Sasol (SOL) / R415.62 (-2.79%)
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DRC authorities move to enhance effectiveness in the mining sector
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DRC authorities move to enhance effectiveness in the mining sector

DRC authorities move to enhance effectiveness in the mining sector
Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo have announced changes in the mining industry aimed at improving conditions for the final users of the country's minerals. One of them is about the establishment of economic zones around the country. The announcement was made at a mining conference in the DRC's Southwestern province of Lua-laba. It comes on the heels of a new mining code that raised taxes for mining firms.
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