'Africa Now': African fashion conquers Paris
"Africa Now" brings an impressive selection of artists, designers, singers and dancers to the French capital. When a French department store decides to hold a show on its rooftop, it’s proof the event has gone mainstream.
Nigerian investors brace for March inflation data
Investors brace themselves for March inflation data. Dolapo Ashiru, Managing Director, Lead Securities and Investments join CNBC Africa to review the trading day.
Harnessing Nigeria's creative industry for growth
The presence of talent in Africa has never been in question. So how best can Nigeria's creative industry harness this raw gift to achieve its full potential? Vector tha Viper a Nigerian Recording Artiste joins CNBC Africa for more.
Nigeria targets energy efficiency
Ensuring energy efficiency is one of the key execution priorities of Nigeria's government in its economic recovery plan. Tunde Gbajumo, Power Sector expert joins CNBC Africa for more.
Africa business conference - scholars challenge investors on innovation
Africa business conference - scholars challenge investors on innovation.
TED's vision for Africa
Technology, Entertainment and Design curator, Chris Anderson, reveals TED's vision for Africa on his recent visit to Nigeria.
Nigeria stocks halts 3-day losing streak
The NSE halted a three-day downtrend, as the benchmark index gained 5 basis points. Sammy Chidoka, Director & Head Debt Capital Markets, Planet Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.
Single-use, contraceptive injection tested in Africa
U.s.-based global health non-profit organisation, PATH, is testing a single-use contraceptive injection in Africa. The jab uses the Uniject injection system developed in the 1980s to make injections simpler in the developing world.