South African trade minister sees Trump 'Rebalancing' Global Trade
South Africa Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies discusses President Donald Trump's impact on the global economy, trade tariffs, the rand, and Chinese investment in the nation.
‘Rainbow nation’ is still a dream in South Africa
With few prospects for the future, the freedom Nelson Mandela fought for has little to offer young people. Today’s South Africa has many troubles, including a high proportion of people without jobs.
Foluso Phillips talks on impact of Mandela’s legacy on Africa
As South Africa commemorates the centenary of Nelson Mandela today, Foluso Phillips, Chairman, of the Nigerian-South African Chamber of Commerce joins CNBC Africa to discuss his legacy and impact on Africa.
New cryptocurrency investment platform launched in SA
A new cryptocurrency platform, BitFund, has been launched in South Africa and is offering access to 20 of the largest digital currencies worldwide. Josh Miltz, Co-Founder of BitFund joins CNBC Africa for more.
What the latest unemployment numbers mean for SA workers
The Statistician General of South Africa today released the unemployment data for the first quarter ending in March. The expanded definition of unemployment, which includes people who have stopped looking for work, rose to 36.7 percent in the first quarter from 36.3 percent in the previous quarter.
South Africa's anti-apartheid heroine Winnie Mandela laid to rest
Thousands of mourners gathered in South Africa's capital on Saturday (April 14) to bid farewell to anti-apartheid heroine Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. The funeral ceremony united the nation as people from various political divides celebrated her life.
South Africa's Zuma to appear in court over graft charges
Former South African president Jacob Zuma is set to appear in Durban High Court on Friday where he will face corruption charges related to a years-old $2.5 billion arms deal.