Australian actress Margot Robbie ‘overwhelmed’ by first Oscar nomination
26 January 2018 | 5:32 am
Australian movie star Margot Robbie first heard of her Best Actress nomination for 'I Tonya' while surrounded by family and friends.
27 Aug 2018
Nigeria's award-winning actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, is one of the new members invited to join the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science also known as the Oscars. She joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nollywood in the international scene.
28 Sep 2018
The singer is being tipped as a likely Golden Globe and Oscar contender, after earning rave reviews. But Gaga says the 'artistic experience of creating this film' is reward enough.
1 Nov 2018
At the third edition of the Market Data workshop, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Oscar Onyema says a collaborative effort is needed among market stakeholders to determine which emerging technologies to pursue within our markets.
26 Jan 2019
Film show: Oscar nominations dissected.
1 Feb 2019
The World Economic Forum says there are opportunities for investment in the capacities of people and communities to attain self-reliance. So how can African corporations tap into these opportunities to unlock new capital and scale up local markets? Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange joins CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters in Davos for this discussion.
18 Feb 2019
Oscar preparations underway in Hollywood.
1 Mar 2019
Joe Tsai, executive vice chairman and co-founder of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., comments on the e-commerce giant's Hollywood investment plans.
18 May 2019
Cannes 2019: Oscar winner Jean Dujardin on the 'masculine fantasy' of fleeing
16 Nov 2019
At its Annual General Meeting (AGM), CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Oscar Onyema rated the performance of the exchange in 2018 as ‘okay’ particularly in the relatively difficult operating environment experienced last year. He stated this while responding to questions from journalists. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
22 Nov 2019
A ring once given as a present by the famed Irish writer Oscar Wilde has been recovered. Dutch art detective Arthur Brand, dubbed the "Indiana Jones of the art world", found the item more than 15 years after it was stolen from Oxford University.
15 Dec 2019
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) 19th Annual Essay Competition is designed to develop a culture of wealth creation for the youth. CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Oscar Onyema emphasized the need for innovative solutions to leverage the Capital Market for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. CNBC Africa’s Samuel Onalaru caught up with him on the sidelines of the event.
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On a site visit over the weekend, President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina described the Dangote oil refinery and petrochemical plant projects as game-changing and will give the continent the needed development.
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Anti-vax enthusiasts claim that at least three athletes have dropped out of the 2022 Australian Open tournament due to chest problems related to Covid-19 vaccination. We take a closer look in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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In November 2015, "Islamic State" militants killed 130 people in the course of a four-hour rampage in Paris. Most of the dead were at the Bataclan concert hall. One survivor of the assault has found a special way to deal with the memory of the horrific night.
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At least eight fans dead after a stampede at the Yaounde Olembe Stadium in Cameroon before the host nation's round of 16 game in the Africa Cup of Nations against Comoros, the national broadcaster reports.
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We look at French papers' reactions to members of Marine Le Pen's party joining far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour, as well as the website Mediapart's analysis of 1,000 of his earliest supporters. We also discuss coverage of the ongoing crisis between Russia and Ukraine and how some papers are explaining Germany’s decision to veto sending support to Kiev. We end with reaction to the death of French fashion icon and designer Thierry Mugler.
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Russia still seems to be beefing up the military presence on its border with Ukraine, while Kyiv has received military support from the US and the UK. Germany won't send weapons to Ukraine, saying that would only escalate the situation.