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Death of Day Zero

“We are delighted to welcome the death of the whole Day Zero concept,” said Ms Janine Myburgh, President of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry. She was commenting on...

Bus strikes ends with no real winners

The national bus strike has been a disaster and it has left behind only losers and no winners, says the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “If the unions had...

Zuma’s fate more pressing than SONA postponement

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the postponement of the State of the Nation address in Parliament, but it is concerned about the delay in deciding on President...

The County’s emergence from recession a relief to business

The County’s emergence from recession is both a relief and a source of encouragement for business,” says the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry. “It is the sort of positive news we...

City’s new draft by-law on outdoor advertising

The City’s new draft by-law on outdoor advertising is an improvement on the first version but it is still too complicated and full of unnecessary detail, said the Cape Chamber of...

Constitutional court rules against SANRAL’s plans

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the Constitutional Court judgement that puts an end to SANRAL’s plans to build the N1 and N2 toll roads within the municipal...

Decision to charge Gordhan has already cost SA billions

The Cape Chamber of Commerce has deplored the timing of the decision to prosecute the Minister of Finance, Mr Pravin Gordhan, on a charge of fraud. "The decision and the...

Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Exporter of the Year competition

Exporters in the Western Cape have just two weeks in which to enter this year’s Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry Exporter of the Year competition and win the R50,000 prize. ...

Rumble in the Urban Jungle – Pravin Gordhan vs R W Johnson

THE Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, will face political scientist and historian R W Johnson in the second Rumble in the Urban Jungle organised by the Cape Chamber of Commerce and...

Hotel boom to change Cape landscape

In the face of economic uncertainty, a weak rand and the threat of a possible ratings downgrade, Cape Town’s hotel industry is bucking the trend by showing booming growth. Several...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

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