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Promoting the development of the Western Cape economy through corporate and SMME matchmaking

According to the SEDA (Small Enterprise Development Agency) 2019 report, the number of SMMEs in South Africa increased by 13.6% year-on-year (y-o-y) from 2.25 million in 2017 Q3 to 2.56 million...

Steeled for uncertainty

The fragile West Coast economy will begin 2020 on a brittle footing with steel giant Arcellor Mital’s decision to close down its unviable Saldanha Steel plant. The R6,8bn Saldanha Steel facility, located...

What’s holding back South Africa’s economy?

Over the past decade South Africa’s public finances have come under more and more strain. The days when the economy was growing and former finance minister Trevor Manuel brought baskets of fruit...

Eskom—The Largest Threat to the Stability of the South African Economy

South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni tabled a bill before the National Assembly which would see national state-owned power utility Eskom benefit from an allocation of R59 billion over the next...

Things are bad and getting worse for SA. Or are they?

South Africa has a relatively stable economy, as seen by its GDP growth, which has been the lowest in volatility when compared against BRIC peers over 1994-2017. Whenever I make the call...

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BMG is organising a Food and Beverage Expo at the Hazendal...

“This specialist food and beverage event - which follows the success of the Johannesburg expo held in September last year - will showcase BMG’s...

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