The Candid Business team is down in Cape Town for the World Economic Forum Africa 2015.
The World Economic Forum is the international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation.
More than 1 000 leaders from business, politics, academics, civil society, international and local media are expected to attend the 25th World Economic Forum meeting on Africa under the theme: Then and Now: Reimagining Africa’s Future.
Below are some of the best interviews:
Razia Khan – African Economist (Standard Chartered)
Ajen Sita – CEO EY Africa
Lesetja Kganyago – Governor of the reserve bank
Nhlanhla Musa Nene – Minister of Finance
World Bicycle Relief
Charles Brewer – Managing Director, Sub Saharan Africa at DHL Express
Ebenezer Essoka – Vice President of Standard Chartered Bank Africa
David Wang – VP Southern and Eastern African Region Huaweui
Siyabonga Gama – Acting CEO Transnet
John Veihmeyer – Chairman of KPMG International
Dr Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka – Executive Director of UN Women
Patrick Dlamini – Chief Executive Officer of the Development Bank of Southern Africa
Prince Akinwale Ojomo – Diaspora Innovation institute
Sim Tshabalala – Joint Chief Executive of the Standard Bank Group
Lars Reno Jakobsen – Senior Vice President Maersk Group Executive, African Region
Peter Montalto – Nomura International emerging Markets Economist
Oliver – Spokesperson WEF