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6 Oct 2020
This creative - drama, dance, and theater - group based in Port Harcourt is attracting attention. Xcel Theatre became famous for its well-choreographed action stunts when social media influencers share their videos.
1 Jul 2020
Did you know that the world’s first recognisable social media site was created in 1997 and was called Six Degrees? ⁣Watch this short video to see how much has changed since Six Degrees began the trend of enabling users to upload photos and connect with others.⁣ Have a Happy Social Media Day.⁣
8 Feb 2020
Nigerian students studying at the University of Arkansas, United States, has held an event to re-enact the NYSC experience to enable their host community and other foreign students to share in the unique Nigerian graduate experience.
26 Jul 2019
Mark Cutifani, chief executive officer at Anglo American, discusses the company’s plans for a $1B share buyback, the sustainability of iron ore prices, his commitment to thermal coal, his outlook for copper and his production targets for their Aquila hard coking coal project in Australia.
17 May 2019
Today is the much-anticipated landmark listing by way of introduction of 20.4 million ordinary shares of MTN Nigeria shares on the Premium Board of the Nigerian Stock Exchange; Oscar Onyema, CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange and MTN Nigeria CEO Ferdi Moolman join CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi from the floor of the NSE to share what this listing means for the Nigerian bourse.
12 May 2019
On the side-lines of FBN Holdings’ 7th Annual General Meeting CNBC Africa's Christy Cole caught up with the CEO First Bank of Nigeria and Subsidiaries Adesola Adeduntan, to discuss the agenda of the meeting which covered dividend payments and re-election of the group’s directors.
9 Mar 2019
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10 Feb 2019
Like, comment, share: Can Facebook remain an advertising giant?
25 Jan 2019
Renaissance Capital says the struggle by cement players in Nigeria to retain market share will see cement prices reduce to an average floor 110 dollars per tonne.
26 May 2017
Dangote cement holds 8th AGM, declares a dividend of n8.50kobo per share.
30 Mar 2017
Access bank declares 65k per share total for 2016.
23 Feb 2017
After a flat close on Tuesday, The NSE All Share Index closed negative yesterday.

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