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The Future of Manufacturing in Africa

Fostering industrialisation remains a key priority for African policymakers Growing the manufacturing sector is often considered a cardinal element to realising inclusive and sustained development. Among the multiple benefits of manufacturing, is the industry’s...

Charting a way forward for Manufacturers in a post-pandemic era

Manufacturing Indaba; 22 - 26 November 2021 - Virtual Event Register - https://manufacturingindaba.co.za/register-conference-jhb/ In response to COVID-19’s new founded realities, industrialists are restructuring their businesses to swiftly adapt and remain competitive...

ECIC’s Senior Economist, Sindiso Ndlovu, to participate in Upcoming Manufacturing Indaba

The upcoming Manufacturing Indaba is proud to announce its close partnership with the Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC). This year, Sindiso Ndlovu from ECIC, will be participating at this premium sectoral...

Confirmed manufacturing experts to speak at the 2020 Manufacturing Indaba

Influential industry experts to provide invaluable insights and opinions set to shape the future of the nation’s industrial landscape in its entirety. Leading figures within the Sub-Saharan manufacturing sector will convene virtually,...

Join Manufacturing Indaba Gauteng as Provincial Manufacturing Indaba Events are postponed to 2021

After careful deliberation on the economic impacts of COVID-19 and to safeguard the health of all participants, the Manufacturing Indaba announces the decision to postpone the 2020 Provincial Manufacturing Indaba Conferences and Exhibitions...

Manufacturing Indaba heads to the Western Cape

The 3rd Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape will be hosted in Cape Town on the 22nd November 2017.  Manufacturing is the second biggest sector in the Western Cape and contributes about 15%...

Manufacturing and diversification driver to economic growth – Davies  

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies says that the manufacturing sector and diversification of the economy is a key driver to attaining South Africa’s economic growth objectives. Davies...

Western Cape’s Manufacturing Indaba looks to expand growth potential of SA’s green hub

With its aspirations of becoming the green economy hub of Africa, the Western Cape and its manufacturers are looking forward to the second annual Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape on the 8th...

Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry attending 2016 Manufacturing Indaba

Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Mzwandile Masina, has confirmed his attendance at the third annual Manufacturing Indaba at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni in June. Deputy Minister Masina will join the dti Minister Dr Rob...

SA manufacturing needs to empower small businesses

Small to medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) are the engine of economic growth and are essential for competitive and efficient economic growth. Research has shown that SMMEs are critical for poverty...

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