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Eskom challenges could have been prevented

This week, Eskom CEO Tshediso Matona said in a statement that scheduled blackouts were the “right thing” to do. “We have arrived at a turning point where can either continue...

Employment tax incentives leads to 270,000 new jobs

The implementation of the Employment Tax Incentive Act has resulted in 270,000 young people getting jobs ever since its inception, the National Treasury said. National Treasury spokesperson Jabulani Sikhakhane said...

Resilient supply chains in Africa are the key to success in 2015

As the global economy continues to change, retailers, manufactures and other sectors are increasingly facing difficult, and sometimes unique, challenges that impact their supply chains. This is according to Sumesh Rahavendra,...

Post Office mail centre reopens

This morning access to the Capemail Mail Centre was blocked for a short time as some casual workers took their labour disputes to the streets. Business customers were warned not...

January edition now out!

Our new year electronic January edition of Cape Business News is now out!  The features we focused on this issue were: Keep the Lights On DAS Food Systems Infrastructure Building & Plant Equipment Transport & Trucking Materials Handling Power...

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Excellent service ensures Rand-Air is the supplier of choice in South...

Those who have worked in shipyards, harbours and drydocks will be familiar with the pressure and constant urgency, which is exacerbated by frequent delays...

Profit waves at Waterfront

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