Mama Burna speaks about her career, innovation and family
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07 October 2019 | 3:53 pm
Bose Ogulu popularly known as Mama Burna spoke to a cross-section of young entrepreneurs during the SLAY Festival 2019 about her career, skills and what has kept her going over the years.
22 Feb 2020
CNBC’s Dan Murphy caught up with some young tech entrepreneurs in Dubai to find out how they are using innovation to add value to everyday life. CNBC International filed this report.
21 Feb 2020
A British woman, Dagmar Turner, 53, went under the knife at King’s College Hospital in London to have a dangerous tumour removed from her brain. The complicated brain surgery saw her play her beloved violin through part of the operation, as requested by the doctors to preserve her kills.
26 Apr 2020
Germans reliance on fast food and pre-cooked meals has left them with limited culinary skills when they need them most, a food industry group said. But Germans are flocking to supermarkets and rediscovering cookbooks.
29 Apr 2020
We take you to France's Basque Country, where traditional know-how is a family affair. We meet Thérèse and Michel Riouspeyrous, wine producers in Irouléguy. Their two sons will one day take over the running of the vineyard. It's a similar story at the Goicoechea artisanal pottery, not far from there, which will pass from father to son in order to perpetuate an old manufacturing technique using a length of rope. We end our journey at the Arrantzaleak restaurant in Ciboure, where father, mother and son are united by the same love of food.
31 May 2020
Issa Rae still feels as though she needs to "prove" herself in Hollywood, as she doesn't believe she's "made it".
31 May 2020
Emmanuel Amunike talks about his career in the Super Eagles
18 Jun 2020
Diana Eneje remains one of the most outstanding teen female models and influencers in Nigeria. She is our guest on Popsicles this week where she spoke about her career and her most embarrassing moments.
13 Aug 2020
On Popsicles this week, Fares Boulos popularly known as Oyibo Rebel speaks about being a Nigerian for Twenty-Six years, the feeling of speaking Yoruba language, and the entertainment industry.
18 Oct 2020
Cameroon is still a deeply patriarchal society, with women largely expected to look after the home and children. But an increasing number of Cameroonian women are breaking out of the domestic sphere and forging successful careers in the world of business. Despite the obstacles in their way, they have succeeded in making Cameroon the third-placed country in Africa with the most female entrepreneurs, after Nigeria and South Africa. Our correspondents in Cameroon went to meet some of these pioneering women.
10 Nov 2020
In India, a nationwide coronavirus shutdown brought many businesses to near dissolution. But some Indian women have found novel ways to keep their businesses afloat. Seerat Chabba reports from New Delhi.
15 Nov 2020
Back when Israeli bartender Lotem Benbenishti was mixing cocktails for a living, the beach was where she went for fun. But on a recent sunny morning in northern Israel, Benbenishti was hard at work -- scooping plastic off a sandy beach and stuffing it into a garbage bag.
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The two German vaccine competitors are heading to court over a legal dispute concerning BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine. CureVac has called for "fair compensation."
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The Norwegian government has intervened to halt a strike by oil and gas workers. The move came amid concerns that the strike could have worsened Europe's energy crisis, which is already aggravated by the war in Ukraine.
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Nigeria says out of the 141 million barrels of oil produced in the first quarter of 2022, only about 132 million barrels of oil were received at export terminals, putting a daily average loss of 108 thousand barrels in the first quarter of this year. Oliver Onyekweli, an Associate Partner at McKinsey and Company, joins CNBC Africa to discuss this issue.
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Around 300 inmates remained at large on Wednesday (July 6) after a suspected raid by Islamist Boko Haram militants on a prison in Nigeria's capital Abuja on Tuesday (July 5) night, an interior ministry official said. Shuaib Belgore, permanent secretary at the interior ministry, told journalists outside the 900-inmate prison that a security officer was killed during the raid and three others were injured.