Facebook is ignoring its black workers, former employee says
30 November 2018 | 3:23 pm
If Facebook Inc. continues to ignore its black workers, it will miss out on a major financial opportunity with black users, according to former employee Mark S. Luckie.
17 Nov 2019
Manchester City's attempt to halt a UEFA investigation into allegations that the club breached financial fair play regulations has failed after its appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) was thrown out on Friday.
3 Dec 2019
The Group Managing Director and CEO of United Bank of Africa (UBA), Kennedy Uzoka says financial inclusion goes beyond owning a mobile phone. Uzoka was highlighting ways to get more African women into the financial system on the sidelines of the Global Gender Summit in Rwanda. He joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor for more.
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.
9 Mar 2020
One million rural farmers will benefit from the Agricultural mechanization scheme initiated by an indigenous oil firm in Sokoto.
Zenith, Prudential seek to expand financial inclusion in Nigeria with the launch of mobile insurance service
20 Mar 2020
Zenith Bank and Prudential Zenith Life have created a mobile insurance service with the USSD code to enable access to insurance services for Nigerians. Zenith Bank's Chairman, Jim Ovia joins CNBC Africa to shares some insight on this service.
28 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: Reps pass an emergency bill to ease financial burdens on Nigerians
16 Apr 2020
NCDC needs more financial backing to deliver effectively, says Senator Utazi
20 Apr 2020
We look at how the IMF and the World Bank are planning to alleviate the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Africa. The head of the IMF, Kristalina Georgieva, has been speaking to FRANCE 24
15 Aug 2020
This man just made his own version of a classic Notorious B.I.G song, 10 Crack Commandments, and people are loving it.
7 Oct 2020
Several African countries are hoping for debt relief as the coronavirus batters their economies. But, perhaps, they first need to build an African financial system with the help of the African diaspora.
31 Oct 2020
Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM Market joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor to highlights how Nigeria’s financial markets are reacting to Nigeria’s September inflation data.
31 Dec 2020
The UK-EU trade deal has done little to bolster Britain's financial services sector, a major contributor to its economy. DW breaks down what must happen now to stop the City of London from being left out in the cold.
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Relief supplies for Ukraine are collected in the German city of Dresden and taken to northern Romania, where they are picked up by volunteers from Chernivtsi in Ukraine. It is a special aid route.
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Protesters gathered in Tunis to reject President Kais Saied's rule, blaming him for returning Tunisia to a state of autocratic rule. The New Salvation Front has coalesced several parties to oppose him.
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In a blow to Chancellor Olaf Scholz's SPD party, voters backed the conservatives, CDU, in an election Germany's most populous state. The Greens meanwhile more than doubled the number of votes they received.
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A phony account on Twitter, with at least four different identities since February, claims to be the brother of slain Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. In this edition of Truth or Fake, we explain how we uncovered this fake Twitter account with more than 35,000 followers.
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South Ossetia's self-proclaimed government said it was time for the region to "unite once and for all" with Russia. The breakaway republic was at the center of Moscow's military intervention in Georgia in 2008.
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Hungary's government is "holding European Union decision makers hostage" by refusing to join an EU-wide embargo on Russian oil, according to Lithuania's foreign minister. This comes as EU leaders continue their efforts to gather support for a sixth sanctions package on Russia from all 27 EU member states. The government of PM Viktor Orban has claimed that an import ban on Russian oil would ruin the Hungarian economy. Lithuania's Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis tells FRANCE 24 that "Europe is weaker" as a result, and that he is "still hoping Budapest will be responsible in their decisions".