Outlook for Nigeria’s palm oil industry
07 July 2019 | 11:18 am
Cordros Securities says palm oil industry players had to grapple with a twofold setback in domestic Crude Palm Oil prices and benign volume growth in the first quarter of the year. Mustapha Wahab, Equity Research Analyst at Cordros Securities joins CNBC Africa to unpack this report.
24 Aug 2018
Equity Group Holdings Plc recently launched its fintech subsidiary, Finserve, signalling a future defined by disruptive innovation beyond the group’s current financial services. Joining CNBC Africa from Nairobi is Jack Ngare, Finserve Africa Managing Director.
14 Aug 2019
Roger Jones, head of equities at London and Capital, discusses the unrest in Hong Kong, how its impacting the economy and what it means for markets.
17 Aug 2019
Nigeria’s equities market has been mixed this week. To review activities at the equities market this week, Robert Omotunde, Head of Investment Research at Afrinvest Securities joins CNBC Africa for more.
10 Sep 2019
FIFA boss Gianni Infantino met with President Trump at the White House on Monday to discuss preparations for the 2026 World Cup as well as bringing equality to the women's game.
15 May 2021
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle says the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately impacted women economically, particularly women of colour, as she joins her husband Prince Harry, pop stars, and US President Joe Biden at the ‘Vax Live’ concert in Los Angeles. Unable to join the event in-person, she pre-recorded a message highlighting the need for vaccine equity worldwide.
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The telecoms and aviation industries went head to head in the United States this week over 5G, a technology that's constantly finding itself the subject of controversy. Just as AT&T and Verizon began switching on their 5G masts, major US airlines warned of a "catastrophe" should the network interfere with planes' ability to land. FRANCE 24's Technology Editor Peter O'Brien explains the technical details, and casts an eye over the future of cellular communications worldwide.
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In a week when France has been at the forefront of EU news thanks to heated exchanges between President Macron and Members of the European Parliament, we speak to leading French MEP from the president's political group, Fabienne Keller. The former Strasbourg mayor tells FRANCE 24 Emmanuel Macron is "determined" to make progress on key issues including rule of law in the EU, and argues that he should be re-elected as French leader, saying "he needs five more years to finish the job".
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2022 is not yet one month old, but already around a thousand people have made "irregular" crossings from France to the United Kingdom – putting a spotlight back onto the issue of migration between the European Union and its former member state. Margaritis Schinas is European Commission Vice-President, and the Commissioner in charge of migration and asylum issues. He tells FRANCE 24 he wants "clarity" from the UK over how it wishes to proceed in tackling the issue of thousands of people risking their lives each year to cross the English Channel.
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Belarusian activist calls on EU leaders to investigate Lukashenko
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Heavy gunfire could be heard coming from several military camps in Burkina Faso early on Sunday (January 23), the government said, but it denied the military had seized power. Heavy arms fire at the capital Ouagadougou's Sangoule Lamizana camp, which houses the army's general staff and a prison whose inmates include soldiers involved in a failed 2015 coup attempt, began at least as early as 5:00 a.m. (0500 GMT), a Reuters reporter said. The reporter later saw soldiers firing into the air in the camp. A witness also reported gunfire at a military camp in Kaya, around 100 kms (62 miles) north of Ouagadougou.
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European Union interior ministers discussed border security and asylum at a meeting in Lithuania. The EU home affairs commissioner urged preemptive action outside the bloc and condemned the policy of pushbacks.