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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.
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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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We Have Big Plans For Mining Industry – Ethiopia Mines Minister

The Ethiopian mining industry went from fetching over $600 million dollars from mineral exports to a $130 million nose dive. CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters...
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Competition Among Africa’s Aviation Heats Up

Competition among players in Africa’s aviation is getting tougher as demonstrated by a reported plan by four African airlines to launch the first African...
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The Evolution Of Made In Rwanda Campaign

In 2018, the government of Rwanda officially launched the Made in Rwanda policy a product of the 2015 domestic market recapture strategy. In this...
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New Innovation To Help African Farmers Access USD 1 Trillion Agribusiness

Against the background of an increasing and youthful African population where food demand is expected to grow by 50 per cent in the next...
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EA Debate: Smart Rwanda Master Plan Explained

Rwanda has been looking to create 100,000 off-farm jobs by 2020 under the SMART Rwanda Master Plan. What is the likelihood to achieve this?...
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How Can Nigeria Overcome Its Power Sector Challenges?

Last year, a representative of the United States’ Power Africa Initiative said structure was the biggest challenge facing the power sector in Nigeria. In...
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