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Conversations From Africa: South Africa faced reality of junk status, re-introduction of the Zimbabwean Dollar, removal of aid to Mozambique & more

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Conversations From Africa

Conversations From Africa: South Africa faced reality of junk status, re-introduction of the Zimbabwean Dollar, removal of aid to Mozambique & more
This is Conversations From Africa with Share Radio's Patrick Jones & Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine, Chris Bishop. In this weeks edition: - -The South African economy is teetering on the edge of junk status and it now looks like an inevitability. What will happen next? -Barclay's are finally pulling out of Africa and Chris gives us an update on the process of their withdrawal and selling off of the companies shares. -The Zimbabwean government are trying to reintroduce the Zimbabwean Dollar -Donor nations have stopped giving aid to Mozambique after allegations are levelled against the government there.

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Conversations From Africa: News in platinum mining, President Zuma speaks up, Vodacom lose a landmark court case & more!

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Juliette's Macro-Economic View

Conversations From Africa: News in platinum mining, President Zuma speaks up, Vodacom lose a landmark court case & more!
This is Conversations From Africa, Share Radio's weekly round-up of major news stories from across the African continent, with Chris Bishop - Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine. This week Share Radio's Patrick Jones talks to Chris about platinum miners meeting their employers to discuss new pay deals, a new mall for South Africa finally opening and attracting over 90,000 visitors, President Zuma calling for unity in South African politics whilst the public continue to rally against him & much more.

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Finbarr Bermingham of the Global Trade Review on China's massive debt, global bank collaborations, and what is 'ISDS'?

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Ed's Macro-Economic View

Finbarr Bermingham of the Global Trade Review on China's massive debt, global bank collaborations,  and what is 'ISDS'?
Share Radio's Patrick Jones catches up with our man in Hong Kong, Finbarr Bermingham, Asia Editor of the Global Trade Review, to talk about the future for the Chinese economy considering it's colossal debt levels, collaboration between global banks and what is the 'ISDS' clause within TTIP?

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Conversations From Africa: Zuma avoids impeachment, South Africa avoids a strike & more

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Conversations From Africa

Conversations From Africa: Zuma avoids impeachment, South Africa avoids a strike & more
This is Conversations From Africa, with Chris Bishop, Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine & Share Radio's Patrick Jones. In this weeks edition - major news from South Africa as the President Jacob Zuma has succesfully managed to avoid impeachment despite heavy opposition. With notable public figures now saying he should do the honorable thing and step down, will he bow to the pressure? Other topics include South Africa's manufacturing sector seeing growth despite the countries economic woes, an address by Robert Mugabe to thousands of war veterans in Zimbabwe, plus South Africa avoiding a major strike.

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Conversations From Africa: President Zuma in the firing line, Mozambique in trouble & more

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Conversations From Africa

Conversations From Africa: President Zuma in the firing line, Mozambique in trouble & more
This is Conversations From Africa with Chris Bishop, Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine. Today, he and Share Radio's Patrick Jones discuss President Jacob Zuma being convicted by a high court in South Africa for failing to uphold the constitution, electricity giant Eskom increasing it's rates despite an outcry and Mozambique's economy being downgraded from a poor d2 to an even worse d3, by Moody's Ratings Agency.
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Chris Bishop


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Conversations From Africa: Jacob Zuma's visit to Nigeria, Forbes richest man in Africa & more

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Conversations From Africa

Conversations From Africa: Jacob Zuma's visit to Nigeria, Forbes richest man in Africa & more
Share Radio's Patrick Jones speaks with Chris Bishop, Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine. This week topics include: Jacob Zumas recent state-visit to Nigeria and the reasons for this, Aliko Dangote (Africas richest man) says Nigerias economic crisis is exaggerated, the Zimbabwean Government is weighing up whether to give compensation to white farmers & a huge court case for mining in South Africa this week.
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Chris Bishop


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Conversations From Africa: Chris Bishop on South Africa's budget, protests, civil war and more

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Conversations From Africa

Conversations From Africa: Chris Bishop on South Africa's budget, protests, civil war and more
This week Forbes Africa's Chris Bishop and Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen discussed the fall-out from South Africa's budget - did they do enough to avoid a downgrade to junk status? More student protests and the burning down of a university, South Africa's new property expropriation bill which is concerning investors, civil war in Mozambique fuelled by anger at unequal distribution of oil and gas riches and more.
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Chris Bishop


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The Weeks Update: Where does Brazil go from here? Featuring John Weeks & Professor Alfredo Saad Filho

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The Weeks Update

The Weeks Update: Where does Brazil go from here? Featuring John Weeks & Professor Alfredo Saad Filho
Not so long ago Brazil was THE star performer in the emerging market galaxy thanks to global demand for its commodity resources. In 2005 commodity exports totalled $118 billion - seven years later they more than doubled to $256 billion. However a weak global economy and falling Chinese growth has marked the end of the dance for Brazil. With a credit rating below junk status and GDP tipped to shrink by as much as 4% this year, Brazil is now the sick man of the G20. As President Dilma Roussef battles to hold the country together, her own grip on power is looking increasingly fragile as she leads a government ripped apart by scandal and lost credibility. Where does Brazil go from here? Professor Alfredo Saad Filho of London University, and Share Radio's regular economics commentator Professor John Weeks joined Juliette Foster in the studio to discuss the issues further.

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Investment Perspectives: Is this week's budget South Africa's last chance to avoid junk status?

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Conversations From Africa

Investment Perspectives: Is this week's budget South Africa's last chance to avoid junk status?
Share Radio's Robert Van Egghen joins Managing Editor of Forbes Africa Magazine, Chris Bishop, to discuss the latest events in politics and business in the continent. This week: It's crunch time for South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan as he prepares to deliver Wednesday's budget speech, regarded as the country's last chance to avoid junk status An unexpected rally in the rand More arguments in the South African Parliament as the Democratic Alliance Chief Whip is thrown out Why a plane was detained in Zimbabwe with two officials from the South African reserve banks, millions of rand and a dead body

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Julian Mayo's reaction to "Black Monday"

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Global News Perspectives with Juliette Foster

Julian Mayo's reaction to "Black Monday"
Julian Mayo, Co-Chief Investment Officer at Charlemagne Capital, discusses the latest market news

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