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5 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
The inaugural African Development Week opened in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia last Thursday, with various speakers urging participants to engage in constructive debates that will promote Africa's structural transformation through green industrialisation. CNBC Africa found out what the concept of Green Industrialisation actually means from Fatima Denton, Director for Special Initiatives at the...
5 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
The inaugural African Development Week opened in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia last Thursday, with various speakers urging participants to engage in constructive debates that will promote Africa's structural transformation through green industrialisation. CNBC Africa found out what the concept of Green Industrialisation actually means from Fatima Denton, Director for Special Initiatives at the...
5 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
The Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union recently convened their annual Conference of Ministers meetings. Industrialisation was a reoccurring theme during the five-day conference. CNBC Africa's Nozipho Mbanjwa caught up with Antonio Pedro, Director for the Sub-Regional Office for East Africa, to discuss the role of mining in the industrialisation process for Africa.
4 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
The Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union recently convened their annual Conference of Ministers meetings. The meetings have become an important platform to discuss the most critical African Developmental issues. CNBC Africa caught up with Carlos Lopes, Executive Secretary for the Economic Commission for Africa to find out some of the key issues that will be covered during the five...
4 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
A drastic decline in commodity prices for mineral-based economies in Africa has had dire consequences for revenue inflows. The situation has been worsened by widespread drought across the continent. CNBC Africa's Nozipho Mbanjwa spoke to Mohamed Beavogui, Director General of African Risk Capacity, on how to build resilience from natural disasters and the collapse of commodity prices.
4 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
The Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union recently convened their annual Conference of Ministers meetings. The meetings have become an important platform to discuss the most critical African Developmental issues. At the conference CNBC Africa's Nozipho Mbanjwa caught up with Emmanuel Nnadozie, the Executive Secretary of ACBF, they discussed commodity based industrialisation on...
4 Avril 2016
www.cnbcafrica.com
Following the leak of the Panama Papers by law firm, Mossack Fonseca, tax authorities around the world are investigating the firm's clients for possible tax evasion. The 11.5 million documents accumulated over a period of nearly 40 years exposes the different offshore tax regimes used by companies and world leaders. Pali Lehohla, Statistician-General for Statistics South Africa discusses the...
23 Mars 2016
www.iied.org/
The Least Developed Countries (LDCs) are showing that action on climate change no longer needs to be seen as separate from development, according to Fatima Denton, a member of IIED's LDC Independent Expert Group (IEG) and director of the African Climate Policy Centre at the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).

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