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CNBC Africa
CNBC Africa.svg
Launched 2007-06-01
Owned by Africa Business News (franchisee)
Slogan First In Business Worldwide
Headquarters South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa
Website http://www.cnbcafrica.com/

CNBC Africa is a television service for Sub-Saharan Africa which was launched by CNBC and Africa Business News Limited on June 1, 2007.[1] CNBC Africa is headquartered in Sandton, Johannesburg.

Initially, CNBC Africa will have bureaus in Nairobi (Kenya), Abuja and Lagos (Nigeria), Cape Town (South Africa) and London. The channel will produce 9 hours local programming per business day.[2] CNBC Africa will be anchored by Bronwyn Nielsen, Byron Kennedy, Alishia Naidoo, Leigh Roberts, Peter Ndoro, Lerato Mbele, Nikiwe Bikitsha and Mandlakazi Mpahlwa. The channel will also feature programmes and updates from CNBC Europe, the Middle East, India, Pakistan, the US and other CNBC affiliates around the world.

For the launch of the channel on 1 June CNBC Africa broadcast an 1hr interview with The president of the Republic of South Africa. This interview could be watched by viewers in Africa, Europe and US (with CNBC WORLD).

CNBC Africa took many openings from its sister nework CNBC Europe, but some of them are produced by th network. CNBC Africa and CNBC Arabiya uses the same ticker and graphic package, for that CNBC Africa may be a CNBC Europe branch.

Contents

Programs

CAT Programme Hosts
0400-0600
Cash Flow
Maura Fogarty & Amanda Drury
0600-0700
Business AM
Lerato Mbele & Peter Ndoro
0700-0800
Squawk Box Europe
Geoff Cutmore, with reporters Louisa Bojesen,
Anna Martin and Steve Sedgwick
0800-0830
Breakfast Briefing
Leigh Roberts & Peter Ndoro
0830-0900
Morning Call
Leigh Roberts & Peter Ndoro
0900-0930
Open exchange
Leigh Roberts
0930-1000
Taking Stock
Alishia Naidoo & Leigh Roberts
1000-1015
Lagos Open
Alishia Naidoo & Leigh Roberts
1015-1100
Worldwide Exchange
Brian Shactman, Ross Westgate, Christine Tan
1100-1130
Mid-Morning Update
1130-1200
Street Talk
Alishia Naidoo
1200-1230
Mid-day
Alishia Naidoo
1230-1300
Power Lunch
Alec Hogg
1300-1500
US Squawk Box
Joe Kernen, Carl Quintanilla, Rebecca Quick, Charles Gasparino
1500-1600
US Squawk On The Street
Mark Haines, Erin Burnett, David Faber
1600-1630
Regional Update
Siki Mgabadeli
1630-1700
Markets Close
Bronwyn Nielsen & Byron Kennedy
1700-1730
Markets Roundup
Bronwyn Nielsen
1730-1800
European Closing Bell
Guy Johnson
1800-1900
US Power Lunch
Bill Griffeth & Sue Herera
1900-2000
Business Tonight
Bronwyn Nielsen & Byron Kennedy
2000-2030
Markets Africa
Siki Mgabadeli (and Carina Kamal from London)
2030-2100
Kaleidoscope
Mandlakazi Mpahlwa
2100-2110
News@Nine
Nikiwe Bikitsha
2110-2150
The Other Dimension
Lerato Mbele
2150-2200
US Closing Bell
Maria Bartiromo
2200-2230
Different shows every day
2230-2300
US Closing Bell
Maria Bartiromo
2300-0000
Europe Tonight
Guy Johnson

Presenters

  • Alishia Naidoo
  • Bronwyn Nielsen
  • Byron Kennedy
  • Fenly Foxen
  • Leigh Roberts
  • Lerato Mbele
  • Mandlakazi Mpahlwa
  • Nikiwe Bikitsha
  • Peter Ndoro

External links

References

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