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'Nigeria's government is hurting the private sector': Herbert Wigwe, chief executive officer of Access Bank

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ITW: Group Managing Director of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe: "Governement is hurting the private sector"

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'It's absolutely business as usual': Mike Brown, chief executive officer of Nedbank

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The announcement of a “managed separation” of Old Mutual’s global and emerging-market assets finally brings some clarity for Nedbank, which has lived with uncertainty over the intentions of Old Mutual South Africa for several years.

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'South Africa's banks are feeling the pinch': Credit downgrades, state capture and sluggish growth

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The head of the banking lobbying group discusses credit downgrades, finance's role in economic transformation and threats to the independence of the central bank

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Steering Standard Bank's continental strategy

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Now ‘entirely focused on Africa’, Standard Bank has put the next phase of its continental expansion in the calm and capable hands of a banker who has proved her mettle in difficult times

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Africa's women power players shaking up business

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At events like the Africa CEO Forum and business conventions all over the continent the ranks of suited men are making way for outstanding women. The Africa Report presents its exclusive list of the high-flying executives changing the face of finance

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Mo Ibrahim: 'There’s no renewal process for capitalism'

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The billionaire philanthropist talks to The Africa Report about inequality across the globe and the challenges leaders face when tackling the impacts of globalisation

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Things will be much better if diplomacy is left to work - Anna Bossman

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Ghana's ambassador to France, Anna Bossman, shares her thoughts on various issues ranging from her work at the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) in Ghana, Morocco's entry into ECOWAS and the rise of nationalism in Europe.

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