This is going to be a fascinating insight into the mind of the South African President, at a time when Africa’s most industrialised country is going through many problems.
Johannesburg, South Africa – CNBC Africa will be bringing viewers an exclusive one-on-one interview with South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday, 5 November 2019 at 9 am.
Ahead of the second South African Investment Conference taking place in Sandton from 5 to 7 November 2019, President Ramaphosa will sit down with CNBC Africa for 60-minutes to share his thoughts on a multitude of challenges facing his administration.
Anchored by Head of Programming for CNBC Africa, Chris Bishop, the President will also field questions from both a select live audience of business leaders as well as via live link from Cape Town, Kigali, Lagos and Johannesburg.
Speaking on the occasion of this exclusive with CNBC Africa, comments veteran journalist Chris Bishop: “This is going to be a fascinating insight into the mind of the South African President, at a time when Africa’s most industrialised country is going through many problems.
For the first time, we have opened up this interview not only to experts and business people who run a business on the continent but also to questions from our bureaus in East and West Africa. On the occasion of the Presidents investment conference, this is the perfect time to pose questions related to business and the economy, “ concludes Bishop.
President Ramaphosa has a myriad of issues to tackle since taking office earlier this year, including a deteriorating business landscape, social problems, mounting unemployment numbers, an exodus of qualified professionals from the economy and haemorrhaging state-owned enterprises. With an ongoing message of hope, solutions and plans, will President Ramaphosa manage to bring the country back onto a growth path?
Viewers will be able to watch the live 60-minute one-on-one interview with President Cyril Ramaphosa, from 9 am – 10 am, on DStv Channel 410 or via CNBC Africa’s live streaming on CNBCAfrica.com or YouTube.com.