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Secret to Anna Phosa's Entrepreneurial Success
(www.abndigital.com) Anna Phosa, two time winner of the department of agriculture's female farmer of the year started her pig farm with only four pigs. She now has a contract with retail giant Pick 'n Pay worth a staggering R25 million. We recently visited Anna's farm to find out more about her secret to entrepreneurial success.
Views: 36771 CNBCAfrica
Episode 7: Easy Equities CEO's tips on how to generate wealth from the stock market
Have you ever thought that investing on the stock market is beyond your abilities? As an entrepreneur investing on the stock market is a great way to get some capital especially when those doors standing in your way of funding are made of concrete. My heavy hitter this evening is Charles Savage, CEO of Easy Equities and not only will he be sharing the story of his journey to the top but you will be getting the 101 on generating wealth from the stock market.
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Meet a self- made entrepreneur who started with just $48
What would you do with (Ksh4,800) US$48? Doesn't sound like a lot of money but that's what Anzazi Kiti used to set up Taste Afrique Limited, a business that manufactures natural food seasoning spices. CNBC Africa's Charles Gitonga visited her premises and filed this report.
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Julius Malema on EFF funding
South Africa opposition EFF leader Julius Malema talks to CNBC Africa on the funding behind EFF and their investment policies.
Views: 95664 CNBCAfrica
One of the world's most successful insurance salesman, Peter Rosengard
Bruce Whitfield sits down with a man who has spent a lifetime selling insurance in the United Kingdom. This fascinating discussion tracks Peter's life from the late 70's and the pop star culture he surrounded himself in, all the way to the man is today. Considered one of the best insurance salesman in the world, Peter shares his secrets in this tell all.
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Arthur Mutambara talks tough about Zimbabwe crisis, sanctions and Mnangagwa dialogue
United States President Donald Trump has extended sanctions against Zimbabwe by a year, and has also joined in the call, for Zimbabwe to engage in a national dialogue to resolve the country’s economic and political crisis. CNBC Africa spoke to Former Zimbabwe Deputy Prime Minister Professor Arthur Mutambara to share his thoughts about sanctions, national dialogue, corruption and reveal his future plans. Video Produced by CNBC Africa’s Daniel Sango. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Forbes Africa TV Ep2: Aliko Dangote shares his secret of becoming Africa's richest man
On this episode 2 of My Worst Day, host Peace Hyde is joined by Africa's Richest Man Aliko Dangote, as he shares his remarkable journey from being a trader to building the largest conglomerate in Africa and establishing the largest cement factory in the world.
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Jonathan Liebmann - Founder of Propertuity - Part 1
(www.abndigital.com) On this episode of Entrepreneurial Edge, we have a story of youth, fire and ambition. He's just 29 and owns 35 buildings in Africa's richest city. He's a man who has lived life. He's laid bricks he sold down the telephone and travelled the world. We are talking about Jonathan Liebmann a young entrepreneur who is leading the regenerations of one of Africa's great cities - Johannesburg.
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Forbes Africa TV Ep9: Cosmas Maduka reveals how his reputation of integrity was once challenged
From losing his dad at age four to surviving the civil war in Biafra, Cosmas Maduka knows a thing or two about overcoming adversity. However, when his reputation of integrity is challenged as a result of a business deal going soar, the consequent chain of events that follows soon leads to what he will describe as his Worst Day in business ever. Cosmas Maduka- Chairman Coscharis Group joins Peace Hyde as he reveals it all.
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Forbes Africa TV Ep3: Nigerian Oil Mogul Femi Otedola, the billionaire that bounced back
My Worst Day Episode 3 features Nigerian Oil Mogul Femi Otedola, the billionaire that bounced back. Femi Otedola takes us on a journey of one of his darkest days in business when he lost everything he had worked so hard to build leaving him with only two choices; to commit suicide or weather the storm!
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Why David Coltart supports Chamisa over Mwonzora for MDC president
Two days ago- US President Donald Trump extended sanctions on more than a hundred individuals and companies in Zimbabwe over human rights abuses. South Africa has led the call to lift sanction in Zimbabwe which seemingly fell on deaf ears. So what does Zimbabwe have to do to get them lifted and what’s the role of South Africa in stabilising Zimbabwe. CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha sat down with David Coltart, former minister and founding member of the official opposition- Movement for Democratic Change. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Closing the Gap China-Africa ties: How China is transforming Africa smartphone market
After years of friendly relations, China-Africa ties have expanded beyond trade and investment to include all aspects of life. Join us as we showcase just some of the ways that Africa and China are closing the gap between the regions. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Closer Look at Private Banking - Part 1
(www.abndigital.com) In this episode of Mansfield's Money Sense, Jeremy Mansfield takes a look at Private Banking and what is involved in qualifying for the service. Jeremy is joined in studio by Mohale Ralebitso, Managing Executive of Private banking at ABSA and Harold de Kock, Head of Sales and Service at BoE Private Clients.
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The AEC: The new advocate for Africa’s energy sector
The African Energy Chamber, which looks to drive the development of the re-emergence of Africa's energy industry. The association is backed by energy leaders from all over the continent and it has finally been formally established. Joining CNBC Africa fore more about the chamber and the opportunities it presents for Africa's energy sector is NJ Ayuk, Chairmen of the African Energy Chamber. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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Talking Books Episode5: Jabulani Ngcobo talks about his book ‘Cashflow Naked’
Jabulani Ngcobo, aka Cashflow, became a millionaire before the age of 26. Now in his early 30s, he joins CNBC Africa’s Jill de Villiers on Talking Books to talk about the book “Cashflow Naked”, which captures the story of his rise, fall and rise over the past few years.
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Cover story -- How to become a property mogul
www.abndigital.com The property millionaires and billionaires of South Africa are typically the unassuming type, quietly making their fortunes in an industry that is still the best performer despite market volatility. Could investing in the property be the key to your financial freedom? Finweek looks at how you can become a Property Mogul with Keillen Ndlovu,Head: Property Funds at Stanlib and Jonathan Davies, joint area manager for Pam Golding Properties Hyde Park office.
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Entrepreneur: Cattle breeding business
www.abndigital.com ABN's Loise Wachira speaks with Gerard Besseling, Director at Fleckvieh Genetics, who has ventured into a relatively new dual purpose cattle breeding venture.
Views: 18763 CNBCAfrica
How entrepreneurship can address South Africa's economic challenges
(www.abndigital.com) Very few countries in the world have the total market capitalisation of the national stock market higher than the gross domestic product (GDP) of the country, as in the JSE being around R750mn compared to SA's GDP of about R270mn. This suggests entrepreneurship at a high level. Joining us now on how entrepreneurship can address South Africa's economic challenges is Howard Fox, marketing Director at the Gordon Institute of Business Science or GIBS for short.
Views: 6991 CNBCAfrica
The History of Velcro
(www.abndigital.com) ABN investigates the history of Velcro and the impact it has made as an alternative to the zipper.
Views: 14965 CNBCAfrica
How SA dragon Lebo Gunguluza lost it all and then came back with a bang
He started his career promoting African language stations at SABC radio; after much manoeuvring, wheeling and dealing he now owns Gunguluza Enterprises and Media. Lebo Gunguluza, one of the judges from Dragons' Den South Africa series, is a name revered and associated with entrepreneurship. He joins us to tell us about the 12-12-12, where he is committed to recruiting 12 Entrepreneurs, over 12 Months to start 12 Enterprises- an initiative in its third year.
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Episode 5:  S.Africa's Phuti Mahanyele's secrets to success
The story we'll be taking and applying to our lives as pioneers of this wonderful continent tonight comes from a lady of true power. She is none other than one of the most influential women in South Africa right now, Phuti Mahanyele. As the former CEO of Shanduka Group, she laid the bricks for her corporate success. In the process, she helped grow Shanduka's net asset value to about R8 billion during her term of reign.
Views: 5332 CNBCAfrica
Robert Kiyosaki talks Trump, Africa & entrepreneurship
Robert Kiyosaki, Author, Real Estate Mogul joins CNBC Africa to share his insights about Trump administration, Africa and entrepreneurship.
Views: 8001 CNBCAfrica
How to make your first million
Would you like to make your first million? Well, wonder no more. On this episode of the MoneyMakers with Bruce Whitfield, he speaks to Galileo Capital's Director, Financial Adviser and Author, Warren Ingram about his new book, "How to Make Your First Million".
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Lessons from an investment club that made R1.7m for each of its ten members
Irrespective of the fund size, mandate and returns- investment schemes can be a great way to encourage and introduce ordinary folks into the market. This includes investment in the stock exchange to funding and acquiring stakes in start-up companies. Tonight, Bruce Whitfield is joined by Vijay Bhana, Baccus Amgee, Prakash Vanmali are all members of the HiGain Investment Club to tell us about how and why they decided to start the Club.
Views: 7026 CNBCAfrica
Entrepreneur: Hydroponics farming technology
www.abndigital.com Food production for both humans and livestock can be an expensive affair. On our entrepreneur segment this week, ABN caught up with Peter Chenge,MD of Hydroponics Technologies Africa an entrepreneur who has ventured into new farming technology which can hopefully feed the nation all year round.
Views: 7014 CNBCAfrica
Forbes Africa Ep6: Folorunsho Alakija opens up on being a secretary to world's richest black women
From starting her career as a company secretary to launching one of the most prominent fashion labels, building the largest printing company in Nigeria and finally making a mark as the only prominent female in the competitive and patriarchal oil industry. This episode of My Worst Day with Peace Hyde features Folorunsho Alakija, Executive vice Chairperson of Famfa Oil with an estimated net worth of $1.82 billion dollars.
Views: 47265 CNBCAfrica
Mam Winnie touched the lives of many – daughter Zenani
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela had dared to take on one of the most powerful and evil regimes, said her daughter as she paid tribute to the Mother of the Nation at her funeral. One of the most important measures of her life was the way in which she touched the lives of other.
Views: 35353 CNBCAfrica
Good to great S. African companies
What makes good to great companies and how can we use this knowledge to invest? Tonight, Bruce Whitfield speaks to Vusi Thembekwayo, global business speaker and judge on SAfrica's version of Dragon's Den, about how to find such companies.
Views: 16369 CNBCAfrica
S.Africa's first black female actuary at Liberty Corporate
Original Publish Date: || Tue, 12 Aug 2014 04:43:46 GMT || Machela Bridgette Sathekga, South Africa's first black female actuary at Liberty Corporate joins CNBC Africa to celebrate winning women.
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Entrepreneur Vusi Thembekwayo is junk status the end of the line?
Is South Africa still a gate way for international businesses looking for a foothold on the continent and what do business people do after they sell a majority stake in their eight year old asset? On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses the impact of downgrades on small to medium sized businesses and why Entrepreneur and Global Business Speaker, Vusi Thembekwayo is investing his own millions into new businesses.
Views: 50209 CNBCAfrica
The banting diet: pseudoscience or a weight loss miracle?
Some have argued that his banting diet borders on pseudoscience and others that it is a miracle weight loss programme. TONIGHT, Bruce Whitfield speaks to Tim Noakes, Discovery Health professor of exercise and sports science at the University of Cape Town, about the low carb diet he has been advocating and the science behind it.
Views: 16734 CNBCAfrica
King of micro-lending, Mohamed Rasivhetshela's entrepreneurial journey
What began on the back R1500, Makanda Finance has grown into a successful micro-lending business with revenues of up to R10 million. CNBC Africa's Nozipho Mbanjwa caught up with Mohamed Rasivhetshela, CEO and Founder of Makanda Finance, for more on his entrepreneurial journey.
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Growing concept of Africapitalism with Tony Elumelu
Tony Elumelu, chairman of Heirsholdings is excited about private sector opportubities that the World Economic forum will offer. He speaks to ABN's Chris Bishop about the growing concept of Africa Capitalism.
Views: 1576 CNBCAfrica
Episode 49: Sakhumzi Restaurant owner S. Maqubela on his entrepreneurship journey
If you've ever been to one of South Africa's biggest tourist attractions - Vilakazi Street in Soweto - you'll know that people don't leave without sitting down for lunch at Sakhumzi Restaurant. This was the first restaurant on the street and has since grown into a great brand. The owner, Sakhumzi Maqubela joined Kicking Doors' Sbu Leope to share his story.
Views: 7163 CNBCAfrica
Kenya's highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income
www.abndigital.com Farmers in Kenya's highlands are now embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income, thanks to the Government's Economic Stimulus Plan. The funds have been channelled towards start-up of modern fish farms and purchase of fingerlings, which have in turn propped the country's fish production capacity. ABN's Beatrice Gachenge tells us more.
Views: 120300 CNBCAfrica
Robert Kiyosaki on Second Chance: For Your Money and Your Life
In this CNBC Africa Special, Alec Hogg speaks to best-selling author of the Rich Dad books, Robert Kiyosaki on his new book - "Second Chance: For Your Money and Your Life".
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Women of Influence: Property entrepreneur Lynette Ntuli
How Lynette Ntuli, Founding Director & CEO of Innate Investment Solutions is redefining the property space in South Africa and her vision for the continent. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/
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Nyati as a Cross Border Transport Operation
(www.abndigital.com) Nyati is the Zulu word for buffalo, which is a symbol of strength in Africa. For Friedel Kirstein and his business partner, it was also the perfect name befitting his cross border transport operation.
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Eko Atlantic City Half Way To Complete
(www.abndigital.com) The Great Wall of Lagos is a three and a half kilometre long construction that has been described as one of the world's biggest civil engineering projects; creating eight thousand square meters of new land every day. The Eko Atlantic city project has been developed to meet two needs of Lagos State's Victoria Island; space creation and vital protection from the ever encroaching shoreline. The project has now reached the half way stage in land reclamation; we take a look at what this milestone means to the development and what's in store next.
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Buying your first investment property
You have many options open to you when deciding on a buy to let property investment in South Africa
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Secret to the Mauritius Economic Miracle
(www.abndigital.com) Few African countries can claim middle income status, free education through university and free health care - without any exploitable mineral wealth. Joining ABN's Lerato Mbele to discuss the Mauritian economic miracle is Mauritian academic and former Member of Parliament Amedee Darga.
Views: 8635 CNBCAfrica
Kenyan start-up revolutionize farming connects farmers to consumers
A common challenge for farmers in Kenya, just like in many other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa is limited access to markets. But in a country with a tech-savvy middle class, it would appear that it's not difficult to bridge the gap using technology as seen by FreshPro, a Kenyan start-up which is in the business of connecting fruits and vegetables from farmers to consumers at the click of a button. CNBC Africa's Charles Gitonga has more.
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Kenyan entrepreneur ventures into snail farming
About half a million tons of snails are consumed globally each year mainly in Europe and West Africa. In Kenya, Rosemary Odinga is the only entrepreneur who has ventured into heliculture - commonly known as snail farming, eager to whet the appetite of Kenyans with this foreign delicacy. CNBC Africa's Christine Wendo files this report.
Views: 39528 CNBCAfrica
Closing the Gap China-Africa ties: The human stories behind the ‘China phenomenon’ in Africa
After years of friendly relations, China-Africa ties have expanded beyond trade and investment to include all aspects of life. Join us as we showcase just some of the ways that Africa and China are closing the gap between the regions.
Views: 36953 CNBCAfrica
Insight on Kenya's real estate sector
This week on CNBC Africa's Unstoppable we feature a resilient man who defied the odds in the real estate sector as not only an interior designer but also a developer. Lee Karuri speaks of his fair share of challenges that he has overcame to become the person he is today.
Views: 7246 CNBCAfrica
Proudly South African Infantry Vehicle
(www.abndigital.com) With coalition forces currently fighting on all fronts in countries like Iraq and Afganistan, the threat of explosive devices like IED, is an all too real danger facing forces. However, the recent Africa Aerospace and Defence Expo held in Cape Town has seen the unveiling of a new infantry vehicle, born and bred in South Africa that is set to change the game, as Travers Andrews report.
Views: 93423 CNBCAfrica
Alibaba’s Jack Ma’s lessons for African entrepreneurs
He is one of the biggest names in world business and he came to Africa to give a masterclass on becoming an entrepreneur. Jack Ma entrepreneur extrodinaire worth more than $42 billion dollars and listed by Forbes as one of the most influential business people in the world. He was rejected for 30 jobs before coming into his own and founding Alibaba the Chinese based e-commerce giant Alibaba – he was in Johannesburg to tell entrepreneurs his story.
Views: 11839 CNBCAfrica
Nigeria 2019 elections: Omoyele Sowore Presidential candidate African Action Congress
The tempo continues to build as we draw closer to the February elections next year. We continue our conversation series with the presidential hopefuls. Some have said it will be a daunting task for anyone who will be running the affairs of the country after the elections next year. Omoyele Sowore; the Presidential candidate for the African Action Congress joins me to share his value proposition for the country. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/videos/
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On the Couch with Tererai Trent - Part 1
(www.abndigital.com) From humble beginnings herding cattle in rural Zimbabwe, Tererai Trent was denied an education because she was a girl. She taught herself to read and overcame incredible odds to achieve her dreams of getting a PhD. Oprah Winfrey announced Tererai to be her favourite guest of all time over her 25 years on the Oprah Winfrey talk show. ABN's Eleni Giokos speaks with Tererai Trent on the couch.
Views: 12216 CNBCAfrica
Moeletsi Mbeki on the real state of the nation
The ANC's top six leaders met today for the first time since the mass cabinet reshuffle which has polarised the movement leaders. The party is at a cross road and continues to be divided on current issues and the way forward. On this episode of the MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield discusses the real state of the republic with Political Economist & Author, Moeletsi Mbeki.
Views: 6933 CNBCAfrica