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Meet South Africa's youngest millionaire only at 23
The Foreign exchange market is the biggest financial market in the world. At least four trillion dollars is traded on currency markets on a daily basis. This market is known for its volatility and high risk nature, which is why it is mostly traded by banks and big corporate. However a young South African trader has managed to crack it. Sandile Shezi has successfully learnt how to trade currencies and at just 23 he's become one of the youngest multi-millionaires in the country. Shezi now wants to empower other young South Africans to do the same. Sumitra Nydoo caught up with him.
Views: 1911327 CGTN Africa
Zimbabwe: Potato Farming in Sacks
Many Zimbabweans have been forced to innovate new ways to make ends meet as they struggle to survive with many being unemployed due to weak economy, many farmers have embraced farming to fend for themselves but in a special way, practicing potato farming -in sacks.
Views: 67374 CGTN Africa
11-year-old artist becomes a sensation in Lagos
In Nigeria, an 11-year-old artist is creating waves with his unique creations. From a makeshift studio in a poor neighbourhood in Lagos, Waris Kareem produces incredibly life-like works of art. CGTN's Deji Badmus went to check them out. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Nigerian wonder artist's work draws international attention
A young Nigerian Artist has sparked a huge sensation on social media in that country with his art works.35-year-old Olumide Oresegun's paintings are so life-like that people are now comparing some of his paintings to that of the famous Italian polymath, Leonardo da Vinci. CCTV's Deji Badmus went to check things out for himself at Olumide's art studio in the outskirt of Lagos and brings us this report.
Views: 144306 CGTN Africa
China - Africa Ties:  Angola Emerging As An African Powerhouse
Angola is rapidly emerging as an economic powerhouse in Africa. That's thanks largely to its oil wealth - and diamonds. Yet its partnership with China is playing a key role in broader economic development.
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Ugandan entrepreneur reaps big from growing demand for healthy food
In Uganda, a young entrepreneur is transforming a fruit juice business into a multi-million shilling company. Sam Turyatunga's company manufactures banana and mango fruit juices under the Uhuru Fruit Drinks brand. His products are tapping into the fast growing demand for healthy foods. Hillary Ayesiga reports
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SGR Nairobi terminus has eye-catching modern amenities
Kenya's new Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) will terminate, south of the city. Passengers can then board the old commuter train to the Central business district. CGTN's Jane Kiyo recently took a tour of the terminus and now tells us what Kenyans can expect Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Nigeria’s real estate sector suffers as luxury houses stand vacant
Nigeria's real estate sector is going through a tough time as the country grapples with a recession, and a sharply devalued currency. If there's one city that's taken a direct hit, it's Lagos, the commercial capital. The number of vacant houses, especially at the higher end of the market, has risen sharply over the past year, as Deji Badmus, reports.
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More Cape Verde citizens keen to leave due to various factors
Cape Verde is a collection of 12 islands off the coast of North-west Africa. Here, foreigners outnumber locals, and 9 percent of the country's GDP comes from expatriates. Cape Verde has few natural resources, little arable land and is prone to drought - just some of the reasons why many residents are desperate to move to greener pastures.
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Sprinter Wayde Van Niekerk Reflects while Eyeing Rio Olympics
The focus for Africa's track and field stars is on Beijing this year. and the World Athletics Championships. One man targeting a medal there is South Africa's Wade van Niekerk. The Commonwealth 400 meter silver medallist believes he can now take on the world. Dan Williams reports
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China transforming transport in Africa
China has proved its commitment to Africa over the years when it comes to infrastructure across the continent. In East Africa, the Standard Gauge Railway project is one of the most ambitious - aiming to eventually link up the entire region. And in China - another kind of rail revolution is underway. Jane Kiyo reports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Somali cuisine slowly winning over local taste buds in Uganda
A restaurant in Uganda's capital Kampala is introducing some Somali flavour to the city. As more and more customers grow an appetite for Somali food, the restaurant has become a symbol of change. Somalis living in Uganda hope that they too will be warmly received as perceptions about their country start to change. Leon Ssenyange reports
Views: 41147 CGTN Africa
Chinese companies help transform the capital, Maputo
Mozambique's capital, Maputo, is in the middle of a construction boom. As is often the case elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa, Chinese companies have played a key role in helping transform the city from its war-torn past.
Views: 66680 CGTN Africa
Local businessmen in Somalia investing in the tourism sector as security improves
Somalia's capital Mogadishu was once known as the White Pearl of the Indian Ocean. With stretches of white sandy beaches, it was quite the vacation spot...That is until the country fell into chaos. Now as the political and security situation is slowly improving, Somali businessmen are investing millions of dollars trying to revive the country's tourism. CGTN's Clementine Logan has more.
Views: 63998 CGTN Africa
Nigeria entrepreneur converts shipping containers into productive farms
One young Nigerian entrepreneur is using new agricultural technology, while promoting sustainable ways to ensure food security in cities. Angel Adelaja says she's getting a head-start on the future of farming. Sophia Adengo has more.
Views: 15647 CGTN Africa
Tanzanian farmer's $50,000 investment yields profits in greenhouse farming
Tanzanian farmer Malembo Lucas had a dream of becoming an agribusinessman after completing his diploma course in agriculture. In order to reach that goal he worked at a friend's guesthouse and now owns acres of greenhouses around in Tanzania. He has invested more than $50,000 and hopes to become a billionaire. CGTN's Daniel Kijo has more Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Ethiopian entrepreneurs are using bamboo to make finished goods
Bamboo is one of Ethiopia's most under-utilized resources. Currently there are over 1 million hectares of untapped bamboo forest in Ethiopia, Africa's largest bamboo forest. Michael Gebru has now set up a commercial venture, producing various items made out bamboo. CCTV's Girum Chala reports
Views: 39542 CGTN Africa
Ghana's new gold
Snails may not mean much to many people in Africa. But to some farmers in Ghana, commercial snail farming may be the gatepass, out of poverty. CCTV's Peninah Karibe toured one of the snail farms in the West African state, and filed this report about what is now being referred to as Ghana's new gold.
Views: 19920 CGTN Africa
Ethiopia Airways makes history with all female crew on Lagos flight
Ethiopian Airlines has made history by becoming the first airline to operate an all-female crew for an intra-African trip. The Boeing 777 aircraft touched down at the Lagos International airport at the weekend with a small celebration on the ground. CGTN's Deji Badmus reports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Views: 73997 CGTN Africa
Somalia diaspora community credited for opening new businesses
Somalia's diaspora community has been praised for its role in rebuilding the economy. Since 2012, the country has recorded a sharp rise in the number of people returning from Europe and North America. Abdulaziz Billow brings us the story of a man who runs Mogadishu's first drive-thru fruit and ice cream store.
Views: 30342 CGTN Africa
Chinese Company Offers Affordable Housing to Luanda residents
Just 30 kilometres from Angola's capital of Luanda lies a housing-project, popularly known, as K-K. It is the largest in Angola and is a welcomed-solution, for thousands of Angolans, who can't afford, proper-housing. The project is funded and built a Chinese Company, who's brought a new style of living, to Africa
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Chinese Funded Railway Nears Completion in Nigeria
A Chinese funded standard gauge railway construction project that connects the Nigerian federal capital Abuja with the country's central commercial hub Kaduna, is nearing completion and is expected to reduce road congestion and the time it takes to travel between the two points. The Abuja Kaduna line, scheduled to be completed by December 2014, is co-funded by the China Exim bank and the government of Nigeria. And as CCTV's Peter Wakaba reports this project is just one of many that are transforming lives in Nigeria.
Views: 187902 CGTN Africa
Somalia's Huge Potential in Sesame Farming
Somalia is one of the potentially big exporters of sesame. In 2012 the country was ranked the 12th largest producer in the world, but poor policies and unending conflict threaten the country's potential. CCTV's Mohammed Hirmoge reports that businessmen believe that they are still doing well and the product could turn round the fortunes of the country.
Views: 34549 CGTN Africa
Zimbabwe's Sweet Pepper is Feeding Markets in The USA
For more than a decade, Zimbabwe's agriculture has been in a slump. New farmers, who had taken over land under the land reform programme, failed to access markets particularly abroad. But now things are changing. In Nyanga, in the eastern part of the country, a successful out-grower scheme is up and running and is feeding-markets in the USA.
Views: 39357 CGTN Africa
Ghanaian Restaurants Target Expanding African Middle Class
Ghana's middle class is expanding despite economic problems that have led the government to seek help from the International Monetary Fund. Local entrepreneurs are seizing the opportunity to feed the appetite of the expanding middle class. In the hospitality sector, running a restaurant is high stress anywhere but owners say it is tougher in Ghana due to irregular power supply. But they're betting on the country's growing appetite for good food.
Views: 15644 CGTN Africa
Sahle-Work Zewde elected as Ethiopia's first female president
The Ethiopian Parliament has appointed Sahle-Work Zewde as the country's new president. She is the first woman to hold the post. Zewde replaces Mulatu Teshome, who recently announced his resignation. Zewde is an experienced diplomat who has held several positions with the United Nations. Most recently she was the UN Director General at its offices in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. She's also served as the special representative of the UN Secretary-General to the African Union. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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China to construct major motorway in Senegal
Senegal has commissioned the construction of the country's largest road project since independence in 1960. The contract was awarded to a Chinese company that expressed confidence that construction of the Ila Touba highway should be completed in under 4 years.
Views: 25811 CGTN Africa
What it means to have the African e-passport
By the time Heads of State leave Rwanda's capital on the 18th of July, the continent should be one step closer to Visa free-travel for African nationals, within the continent. The establishment of an African Passport, issued by Member states, is one of the linchpins of the ambitious Vision 2063 plan which details the policies the continent's 50-plus economies will focus on, and how they intend to achieve them.
Views: 14995 CGTN Africa
Kenyan entrepreneur upcycles old clothes into functional bags
The passion for buying locally made products is growing at a fast pace in Kenya... And these days, importers of designer handbags - both genuine and imitations - are getting a run for their money from local designers... One of them is a young man who has developed a popular bag brand, which thrives on the idea of upcycling. Maria Galang went along to Suave Kenya's workshop to see what makes these bags so special
Views: 16023 CGTN Africa
Deported Somalis Arrive in Somalia.
Barely 24 hours ago, we brought you the story of 81 Somali nationals being deported back to Mogadishu by Kenyan authorities in the wake of a crackdown on illegal immigrants. Today, the Somali government says it is ready and willing to provide for the returnees and many more who may be on the way back. Mogadishu however insists this must be on condition that those returning are doing so voluntarily. Here's CCTV's Mohammed Hirmoge reports.
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Chinese infrastructure: A beacon of hope for Kenya
Kenya lies about 10,000 km away from China. Archaeological evidence shows that back in the 9th century, China was already being traded through the Silk Road to the eastern coast of Africa. Now, China is Kenya's biggest trading partner. The bilateral ties between the two are not limited to China any more. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Views: 63697 CGTN Africa
Chinese company in joint car assembly venture with Mozambique
Mozambique is poised to move into the vehicle assembly and export market. The southern African nation is building its first ever car factory, in a joint venture with a Chinese firm, which may create some 3,000 jobs.
Views: 15237 CGTN Africa
Life in Nairobi
It may come as a surprise to some, but Nairobi is known as the London of Africa. And it's not unusual to see Europeans flocking its streets. More recently, though, more and more Africans have also been making Nairobi their home. CCTV's Maria Galang follows one South African living in the Kenyan capital
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Zambian Farmer turns to Conservation Agriculture
Conservation agriculture; a farming technique, that's not only raising harvest-yeilds, but is also raising the quality of life, for the small-scale farmers, who use it. Jiitu Abraham was recently in Zambia and got the chance, to speak, with one farmer... who was able to change her own life and the lives of her children, by switching her farming-practice.
Views: 17833 CGTN Africa
Ghana’s Katanka cars competes for market share in auto industry
Over 20 million new cars were purchased in sub-Saharan Africa last year, but despite favourable demand, Africa's local automobile industry is limited to fewer than 10 players. Some are struggling to gain market share, such as Uganda's Kiira motors, Nigeria's Innoson and Kenya's Mobius motors. But real competition in the sector is still just among the global automakers. Uche Okoronkwo takes us to Ghana where the Katanka Group is trying to break down those barriers
Views: 28700 CGTN Africa
Students back in Somalia after Graduating from Chinese Universities
Years of conflict shut down Somalia's education system, forcing many families to send their children to abroad Some of these students ended up in China.There are currently 1000 Somalis studying in various universities in China. In the latest in our special series on China's return to Somalia, we catch up with two new graduates, who've finally come home.
Views: 53133 CGTN Africa
Somalia entrepreneurs want chicken imports stopped
Entrepreneurs in Somalia's capital Mogadishu want to put an end to chicken imports. This is after a poultry farm was created in northern Mogadishu with hopes of addressing the needs of the many restaurant chains and biscuit making industries.Abdulaziz Billo has that story on grassroots tonigh
Views: 37377 CGTN Africa
Kenyan company looking to modernize micro-vendor market
The annual market value of produce sold through informal vendors in Kenya's capital, Nairobi is more than 700 million dollars. And there is potential to grow even higher. But producers make a very small fraction of the millions in the value chain as the bulk is shared between middlemen. CCTV's Maria Galang sought out a tech-based business to business delivery service which is looking to solve some of those challenges, and transform the country's micro-vendor food market.
Views: 11494 CGTN Africa
Recycling tyres in South Africa; Innovative program transforms old tyres into housing materials
South Africa has taken an innovative approach to removing the millions of discarded tyres lying around the nation. Two years ago the government introduced a waste tyre management system. As Sumitra Nydoo reports..under the program businesses pay waste management fees, which are then used to recycle the old tyres.
Views: 16615 CGTN Africa
Somalia signs MOU with China to join the Belt and Road Initiative
Somalia has signed a memorandum of understanding with China to join the Belt and Road Initiative. The country's president is in Beijing for the FOCAC Summit - where the somali leader is seeking China's support to rebuilding his country. CGTN's Abdulaziz Billow with more now from Mogadishu. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Views: 52274 CGTN Africa
Zambia's youngest pilot in the world
Zambian teenager Besa Mumba has broken the stereotype of a typical teenager interested in nothing but fashion and social media. At 19, she is one of the youngest pilots in the world. Thuli Tshabalala reports
Views: 42122 CGTN Africa
Kinshasa traffic robot cops hope to tackle traffic along city streets
Rush hour traffic is slowly easing up along the intersection of Boulevard Triomphal and Huileries Avenue, in Kinshasa, thanks to the two new robot cops in town
Views: 170969 CGTN Africa
South Sudan peace party celebrations
We begin in South Sudan, President Salva Kiir has said an imprisoned South African adviser to rebel leader Riek Machar and a rebel group spokesman would be released on Thursday, as part of a peace deal. Riek Machar was in the capital, Juba, for the first time in more than two years, to take part in nationwide peace celebrations. The peace event was also attended by leaders from Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia and Egypt. CGTN’s Jane Kiyo brings us the latest from the day long celebrations. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Views: 32064 CGTN Africa
Senegal to construct new city to ease congestion in Dakar
Senegal is constructing a new city near the town of Diamniadio in a bid to de-congest the seaside capital, Dakar. Plans include a new airport, university and a 50-hectare industrial park funded by China. The infrastructure project is one of the biggest for president Macky Sall, who has pledged to double growth by 2020.
Views: 18665 CGTN Africa
Nigerian entrepreneur's business thrives using local ingredients
Nigeria is a country that's known for and that can't go without its pepper sauce. However, making the sauce can be time -consuming. One entrepreneur has decided to capitalise on this, creating a mix that's convenient for busy. Nigerians who want a quick meal but don't have the time to blend a fresh sauce from scratch.Maria Galang tells us more
Views: 5189 CGTN Africa
Ugandan farmers cash in on rabbit farming
A group of young people in Uganda is cashing in on breeding rabbits. The farmers say they've recorded a high turnover from the sale of rabbit meat and are now expanding their business to tap into the growing market. CGTN'S Hillary Ayesiga visited one of the farms.
Views: 25088 CGTN Africa
South African entrepreneur bridges gap between farmers and consumers
There is only one fruit and vegetable market a rural North West province in South Africa forcing some farmers to drive for over 200km to reach markets. Perfect opportunity for one fresh produce processor. The founder of Green Buds is bridging that gap by connecting farmers and consumers. His initiative has yielded results that have been commended by the government. CCTV's Yolisa Njamela with the story.
Views: 11465 CGTN Africa
Passenger traffic set to surge after airport construction work is completed in Nigeria
Nigeria is aiming to boost passenger traffic at its five international airports to 30 million by the end of this year. That is after completing the construction of five new terminal buildings being handled by Chinese construction firm, CCECC. In the case of the Lagos airport, which the country's biggest, the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria says the new terminal will significantly ramp up passenger traffic and yield much desired revenue for the government. CCTV's Deji Badmus report
Views: 36008 CGTN Africa
South African entrepreneurs turning hustling into profits
While youth unemployment in South Africa continues to be a major problem, many young entrepreneurs are using their imagination to create their own opportunities. Two young men from a township just outside Pretoria have started their own street wear fashion label, and have turned their hustling into profits.
Views: 6323 CGTN Africa
Ethiopia confident it will settle its debt with China on time
Ethiopia says that despite recent challenges, its economy is in shape and performing well -- which will enable it to pay off its debt to China in a timely fashion. Beijing has helped Addis Ababa restructure its debt, and the African nation is looking forward to further cooperation in development financing and foreign direct investment. CGTN's Girum Chala has more. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Views: 11332 CGTN Africa

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