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South Africa’s Woolworths sees up to 17.5% fall in profit

18 January, 2018  |News Item

South Africa’s Woolworths sees up to 17.5% fall in profit

Half-year profit at South African retailer Woolworths Holdings could fall by as much as 17.5 percent, it said on Monday,...

Millions of South Africans will lose access to private healthcare: FMF

17 January, 2018  |News Item

Millions of South Africans will lose access to private healthcare: FMF

New medical insurance demarcation regulations coming into effect from April this year will rob millions of South African...

Cape Town drought charge as early as February

17 January, 2018  |News Item

Cape Town drought charge as early as February

Following the City of Cape Town’s extended call for public comment on the proposed tax levy yesterday, the City maintain...

W.Cape has already secured R1.9bn in investments; will create 2000 plus jobs

17 January, 2018  |News Item

W.Cape has already secured R1.9bn in investments; will create 2000 plus jobs

Cape Town and the Western Cape’s official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency – is pleased to announce that o...

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South Africa’s Woolworths sees up to 17.5% fall in profit

South Africa’s Woolworths sees up to 17.5% fall in…

18 January, 2018

Half-year profit at South African retailer Woolworths Holdings could fall by as ...

News Item

Millions of South Africans will lose access to private healthcare: FMF

Millions of South Africans will lose access to pri…

17 January, 2018

New medical insurance demarcation regulations coming into effect from April this...

News Item

Cape Town drought charge as early as February

Cape Town drought charge as early as February

17 January, 2018

Following the City of Cape Town’s extended call for public comment on the propos...

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W.Cape has already secured R1.9bn in investments; will create 2000 plus jobs

W.Cape has already secured R1.9bn in investments; …

17 January, 2018

Cape Town and the Western Cape’s official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotio...

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Cape Town launches map to track water usage

Cape Town launches map to track water usage

17 January, 2018

The City of Cape Town has launched a water map to assist residents to track thei...

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Sapoa concerned about funding Cape Town water projects

Sapoa concerned about funding Cape Town water proj…

16 January, 2018

The South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) is concerned that the City...

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10 biggest risks to business in South Africa in 2018

10 biggest risks to business in South Africa in 20…

16 January, 2018

The Allianz Risk Barometer 2018 report reveals that cyber incidents remain a top...

Conferences & Expos

dmg events acquires suite of exhibitions and supporting media from South African media company

dmg events acquires suite of exhibitions and suppo…

16 January, 2018

dmg events Middle East, Asia & Africa, a leading international events compan...

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What you should be focusing on for an effective customer experience strategy

What you should be focusing on for an effective cu…

16 January, 2018

The term ‘customer experience’ has become increasingly popular in 2017, and its ...

Materials Handling & Equipment

Lovingly Lifting

Lovingly Lifting

16 January, 2018

Valentine’s Day is once more just around the corner and Retail steps up to promo...

Materials Handling & Equipment

Kemach introduce new range of JCB Midi Excavators

Kemach introduce new range of JCB Midi Excavators

16 January, 2018

At a recent open day, more than 60 Kemach Equipment’s customers were introduced ...

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Ramaphosa: South Africa is open for investment

Ramaphosa: South Africa is open for investment

15 January, 2018

ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa says South Africa is open for investment and that,...

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Cape Town digs deep to mitigate drought

Cape Town digs deep to mitigate drought

15 January, 2018

In a bid to stave off Day Zero, the City of Cape Town is drilling its aquifers t...

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Lower fuel prices in February expected

Lower fuel prices in February expected

15 January, 2018

Fuel prices may result in welcome news in February after the exchange rate has c...

Water Management

Water storage - a crucial role in water management

Water storage - a crucial role in water management

15 January, 2018

SBS Tanks® offer water storage solutions across South Africa.

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Drought charge should be paid by the City, not the victims

Drought charge should be paid by the City, not the…

15 January, 2018

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry says there is no justification for the...

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