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Tag: Exports

Container brothers pack it in

Two of Cape Town’s most successful industrialists, brothers Neil and Cecil Jowell, have retired after more than six decades of involvement at the ever-morphing transport business Trencor. Neil and Cecil are...

Drought to cut 2016 citrus exports

South Africa’s worst drought in a century will reduce the citrus harvest this year and result in smaller-sized oranges that are harder to sell, according to Bloomberg. Production of navel...

Tough times ahead for the SA manufacturing sector

Nedbank’s Economic Unit expects a depressed manufacturing outlook for South Africa in 2016 according to Engineering News. This in response to the Stats SA monthly manufacturing production and sales report released...

Bulk exports soared by 7.3% in 2015 to record 168 million tons

South Africa's bulk export volumes rose by 7.3% in 2015 to a record 168 million tons (Mt) after only a 2.6% rise in 2014 and a 2.8% gain in 2013. ...

Denel enters top 100 of global defence companies

Defence and technology company, Denel, is now ranked among the top 100 global defence manufacturers, and the second largest in the southern hemisphere. The ranking is done by the international...

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Gordhan meets with Eskom board, management as rolling blackouts continue

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan says he agrees with South Africans that the continuation of recurrent load shedding, in particular stage 4 load shedding by Eskom, is unacceptable...

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