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CNBC Africa is an African television network for Sub-Saharan Africa. It was launched by CNBC and Africa Business News LTD on June 1, 2007. CNBC Africa is headquartered in Sandton, Johannesburg.

Vegan Lifestyle Looking Green For Investors As Beyond Meat Shares Sizzle

Beyond Meat, a premium vegan food company, listed on the New York exchange earlier this year, the company was able to attract...

Aid Money: International NGOs VS Home Grown Solutions?

Globally, only an estimated 2 per cent of all international aid money goes to local organisations, despite evidence that home-grown solutions can...

Bridging The Digital Divide In Rwanda

Rwanda targets to have 100 per cent internet access by 2020 and is investing heavily into becoming an ICT Hub. Joining CNBC...

The Role Of Women In SA Politics

When he was Chief economist of the AfDB Mthuli Ncube gave a talk at one of the World Economic Forum meetings in...

Stakeholders Talk On Nigeria Oil And Gas Free Zones

Stakeholders talk Oil and Gas Free Zones as viable grounds for promoting sustainable development goals and also discuss the triple bottom line...

Study Reveals SA’s Economic & Social Decline The Worst Of Nations Not At War

According to Eunomix Business and Economics, South Africa’s social, economic and political field has deteriorated more in the past 12 years, than...

Reshaping Africa’s Healthcare

According to the World Health Organisation, if African countries cannot achieve universal health coverage, the region will likely suffer a loss of...

What You Need To Know About Nigeria’s New Housing Law

Nigeria’s National Assembly has passed a new housing law called the National Housing Fund Act. As part of the provisions of the...

Rwanda Economy Expands By 8.6% In 2018

According to the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda GDP grew by 8.6 per cent in 2018 exceeding the previously projected target...

How Can We Finance Low-Carbon Infrastructure In Africa

The third edition of the one planet summit took place in Nairobi, engaging both the public and private players on how...

How Africa’s Young CEOs Are Rebuilding The Future

Ever wondered what more than 2 000 of the world’s most powerful under 45-year-old CEOs from 93 countries discuss when they...

Assessing Africa’s Readiness For The Fourth Industrial Revolution

This year’s World Economic Forum theme of Globalisation 4.0 addressed the fourth industrial revolution which is taking place globally at an unpredictable...

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