US fast food giant McDonald's, famed for its beef-based Big Mac burgers, on Tuesday said it will open its first ever vegetarian-only restaurant in the world in India next year.
South African retailer Checkers has launched meal kits that will make cooking at home much easier.
The Infrastructure Africa Business Forum 2018 has announced the launch of DealRoom, its new business matchmaking and networking platform. This initiative serves to assist participants and esteemed members of the infrastructure community in fostering valuable stakeholder liaisons with financiers and business partners, who are actively in search of projects to invest in. Furthermore, various countries around Africa will engage in Project Presentations, demonstrating the latest opportunities presented by the field of project development.
The group is the first large corporation in SA to move off the council water grid.
Old Mutual on Monday moved off the council water grid, unveiling its wastewater-to-drinking-water filtration system at its Mutual Park premises in Pinelands, Cape Town.
South Africa is expected to see at least six new banks and banking services launch in the coming months, including the likes of Discovery Bank and Bank Zero – a mutual bank co-founded by former FNB CEO Michael Jordaan.
With over 78 years in vessel propulsion and control business, HamiltonJet has launched a new generation of waterjets and advanced control systems at the SEAWORK show in July 2018.
Absa's new logo has been revealed by trademark filings ahead of its brand relaunch happening next week.
The private sector can play a pivotal role in relieving the impact of the drought, and US expertise can help, US consul general in Cape Town Virginia Blaser said on Tuesday.
Atlas Copco has launched a new range of lightweight and versatile air compressors for secure integration into utility trucks and other OEM applications. The space-saving 8 Series Utility range has a footprint that is 10 per cent smaller, on average, than comparable compressors. In addition, all models weigh below 750kg, including those with the option of a built-in generator.
Energas Technologies, a supplier of high-end and specialised equipment to the oil and gas industries in Southern Africa, has launched the new Series 45000E / 46000E in-line deflagration flame arresters from its United States-based principal, Protectoseal. Launched locally in July this year, the units are designed to withstand low, medium and high-pressure deflagrations (subsonic).