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Cabinet welcomes SA-China pacts

South Africa’s Cabinet has welcomed the signing of 26 agreements to the value of R94bn, during the recent State visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping. President Xi was in South...

SA trade gap narrows following lower oil prices

South Africa’s trade deficit narrowed to R0.9bn in September as lower oil prices curbed imports. The trade gap eased from a revised R10.1bn in August, the Pretoria-based South African Revenue...

Business in Africa requires conflict management leadership

The cost of socio-political conflict for those doing business in Africa can no longer be denied. Yet many companies still operate under old-fashioned notions of conflict risk management with local communities,...

Cape Town traffic affecting business

Mayoral committee member for transport, Brett Herron, revealed in a report that freight companies lose up to R121m a year in missed business opportunities because of Cape Town's traffic gridlocks. ...

SA truck market battles amidst tough economic conditions

The local trucking industry recorded a decline in sales for the fifth month in a row, according to the latest statistics released by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South...

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