CNBC Africa, the business television news channel, is the official broadcaster for the upcoming 'World Economic Forum on Africa' taking place in Cape Town, South Africa this year. The forum takes place from Wednesday, 8 May to Friday, 10 May at the Cape Town Convention Centre.
The European Union project, one of the most ambitious attempts at economic integration, is the third in a series of CNBC Africa documentaries focusing on the fallout of the global financial crisis.
CNBC Africa, the continent's business television news channel, will be hosting a panel discussion titled, 'BRICS Trade & Industry Ministers Debate'. The debate which is sponsored by the Department of Trade and Industry - South Africa, (DTI), was broadcast yesterday, 26 March 2013 between 2pm and 3pm (CAT) on DStv.
CNBC Africa, Africa's business television news channel, will host a live post-South African Budget Day panel discussion sponsored by Investment Solutions on Monday, 4 March at 7:30pm CAT on DStv Channel 410.
CNBC Africa, Africa's business television news channel, will be launching a new fortnightly show titled 'Innovate Africa' sponsored by Neotel. The show, which will premiere on 12 February at 9.30PM CAT, is hosted by CNBC Africa's Natascha Jacobsz.
Preparation for All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) Southern Africa is underway and ABN Productions has finalised the panel of judges that will short list candidates for each of the categories within the region.
CNBC Africa, the business television news channel, will host a live debate at the upcoming World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. The 2013 forum will take place from 23-27 January 2013. The hour-long broadcast of the debate 'De-Risking Africa' will be hosted by CNBC Africa's senior anchor, Bronwyn Nielsen from 3pm CAT.
CNBC Africa's chief editor, Godfrey Mutizwa interviews Rwandan president, Paul Kagame during an hour long sit down in Kigali. The interview will be broadcast on Tuesday, 27 November at 9PM on 'Africa Rising', DStv Channel 410.
CNBC Africa has been on a high for the past month as the channel's South African viewership peaked at 600,000 viewers in the first week of October, according to data from Multichoice's DStv-I - past seven day viewership.
CNBC Africa, on Thursday, 25 October 2012, hosted the second annual All Africa Business Leader Awards (AABLA) at Vodadome in Midrand, South Africa. Kenya's Equity Bank CEO, James Mwangi, was awarded the Business Leader of the Year prize. This is the second high profile recognition for the Kenyan businessman, after he won the Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year in June.
CNBC Africa, the business and financial news television channel has added a new offering to its bouquet of market and business news shows with Business FM, a Friday evening wrap of the news and events moving the markets. The show premiered on Friday, 5 October 2012.
The upcoming World Economic Forum (WEF) summit taking place from 30 January to 2 February 2013 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland will feature CNBC Africa as a host of a debate. The topic is currently being finalised with WEF organisers and the station's editorial team.
CNBC Africa, the business television news channel, has been chosen to host a debate at the 2013 World Economic Forum summit in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. The 2013 meetings will take place from 30 January - 2 February. The topic is currently being finalised with organisers of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and CNBC Africa's editorial team.
CNBC Africa in partnership with MobileTV, have commenced trials on the Korean Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) technology.
CNBC Africa will on Tuesday, 11 September 2012, introduces its first reality-competition television series, Top Trader. The reality-competition will see eight contestants competing for a cash prize of R250 000.
Due to popular demand, CNBC Africa will broadcast season one of the South African reality-competition television series entitled The Big Break Legacy, which tests 12 entrepreneur contestants for character strength, creativity, aptitude and commercial savvy in addressing business challenges under time and resource constraints, with the aim of winning a R5-million investment in their company.
CNBC Africa will be screening the first episode of a new series called 'The African Dialogues', a discussion of issues and topics impacting society and business in Africa. The first dialogue touches on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 4 and 5, which targets the reduction of the rate of child mortality rates and improving maternal health.
South African president Jacob Zuma, recently launched CNBC Africa's new political economy programme, 'Political Exchange', to be broadcast live every week day at 9pm.
CNBC Africa has opened its eighth African bureau in Zambia as it continues to widen its African reporting footprint. The bureau, a joint venture with Zambia's national broadcaster, ZNBC, will be based in the Zambian capital, Lusaka.
A selection of high level speakers that will sit on a panel for the televised AFC Debate "Africa Transforming Africa" organised by the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) and the African Development Bank took place on today, Wednesday 30 May 2012 at the Arusha International Convention Centre, Arusha, Tanzania.
Home of CNBC Africa and Forbes Africa, Africa Business News (ABN) has appointed Bronwyn Nielsen as the new executive director to the group.
The All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA), in partnership with CNBC Africa and ABN Productions, have announced that this years awards will be hosted in a series of regional award ceremonies across Africa and nominations for the awards open today, 1 February 2012.
In 2012 CNBC Africa will broadcast a new reality television show, titled Top Trader, which will follow the trials and tribulations of South Africa's top amateur traders as they search for the winning combination to walk away with R250 000 in prize money.
The inaugural Forbes Africa Person of the Year awards ceremony is just weeks away and the top five candidates have been announced. The winner of this award would have had an influence on the events of the year gone by on the African continent.
The SA Tourism Debate premiers today, Thursday, 27 October 2011, at 6pm with the first episode focusing on the South Africa tourism model and the tourism industry, while highlighting the state of tourism in the country beyond the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The newly revamped "Entrepreneurial Edge" series on CNBC Africa, the 24/7 business news channel in Africa, will feature success stories of some of the great entrepreneurs and new young leaders in South Africa. The show will be hosted by journalist Chris Bishop.
Statistics released by Telmar this week show that CNBC Africa reached 300 000 unique weekly viewers between 6-12 June 2011 and more than one million videos have been downloaded online by business news consumers through ABN Digital.
Africa Business News (ABN) Events and CNBC Africa have announced the launch of the inaugural Africa Business Leaders Awards (ABLA), to be hosted in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 21 October 2011. CNBC Africa will be the official broadcast partner of ABLA, which aims to recognise the most prominent business leaders in Africa.
Business news television channel, CNBC Africa late last week scooped the Audio-visual Award at the Sanlam for Excellence in Financial Journalism Awards. The channel's senior journalist Chris Bishop, was announced as a winner in the Audio-visual category at a ceremony in Johannesburg last night, 15 May 2011. He shared the prize with former CNBC Africa colleague Suzanne Beukes.
CNBC Africa launched a change in its programming from Wednesday, 1 March 2011, with the new lineup dropping a few long running shows such as Africa's Boardroom, Eureka! and The Real Estate. New shows such as On the Couch, Mad Markets, Hot Stoxx, Wealth Quest, Power Talk and Destination Africa will be introduced in March and the speciality technology show Tech@Work will return for a second season.