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Angola confident IMF will pay out
Angola’s government is confident that the International Monetary Fund will disburse the next tranche of money from its $3.7 billion program. Aia-Eza Nacilia Gomes Da Silva, budget state secretary in the Finance Ministry said the recent second disbursement of about $248 million, which brought the total to about $1.24 billion was big accomplishment. She spoke with Bloomberg Television's Manus Cranny at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town.
Oxfam releases global inequality report amid ongoing controversy
As the world's rich meet for the World Economic Forum in Davos, their festivities are as usual heralded by the Oxfam report on global inequality — a highly controversial study which should be taken with a grain of salt.
Nigerian delegation to WEF upbeat on economic rebound
CNBC Africa's Bronwyn Nielsen caught up with Jim Ovia, Founder of Zenith Bank at the ongoing World Economic Forum and spoke to him about his key takeaways from the meetings.
Nigeria approves new action plan on business reforms
Nigeria moved up two notches to improve its ranking on the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Global Competitiveness Index for 2017-2018 to the 125th position, out of the 137 countries ranked.
Yemi Osinbajo talks on power challenges in Nigeria
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Nigeria's Vice President Yemi Osinbajo joined the CNBC Africa's Buiding Africa debate, themed; Industrialisation key to Africa's economic transformation.
Liberty Holdings CEO on challenges facing emerging markets
CNBC Africa's Bronwyn Nielsen spoke to Thabo Dloti, Chief Executive Officer, Liberty Holdings at the on going 2017 World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos Switzerland on challenges facing emerging markets with a particular focus on Nigeria.