IMF Plays Blame-game With Zimbabwe on Economic Deterioration
IMF said during the period under review, social conditions have deteriorated sharply, with more than half of Zimbabwe's population estimated by the United Nations to be food insecure in 2019/2020.
Shifting the African narrative, One Show At A Time
Africa Business Radio launches new show to unpack Africa’s reputational challenges and opportunities. Johannesburg, 29 August 2017 – Talking to Africa is a new show on Africa Business Radio (ABR) that
Politics That Determine Europe’s Reactions To African Migrants
In this episode Stephen looks into the politics that determine Europe's reactions to African migrants and some of the potential problems with being strict on refugees.
The Common Factor in The Story of Every African Refugees – Gold/CrudeOil/Diamond etc.
The Common denominator in the story of every African refugees is the abundance of natural resources like gold, crude oil, diamond etc. On this show, James Hall joined the conversation from Swaziland;
Africa Debt Options, The Real Cost of Chinese Loan – John Perkins
In the second half of this interview with New York Times Bestselling author John Perkins, Stephen discusses options for African Debt, real results from taking debt from China, and a final inspirationa
Business Today In Africa – Alternative Monday With An Author
Every 5th Monday is out alternative business monday. On this episode, we spoke to an author of Mindset Shift, Mr Ntokozo.
SAIPA’s New Vice Chairman Shares Her Vision
At its recent Annual General Meeting (AGM), the South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) elected Shafiek Dollie as chairman, while Kantha Naicker was named vice-chairman.
Africa’s High Market Freedom Score, What Does This Mean?
An interesting finding from the Africa Country Benchmark Report (ACBR) that we'll be putting out soon: that in the Business categories Africa countries score highest in Market Freedom. This is the onl