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W Cape Government cuts red tape to stimulate economic growth 

ANTON Bredell, Western Cape Minister of Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, on Thursday 27 October 2022, granted an exemption to all municipalities in the Western Cape from certain provisions...

South Africa’s office and work-from-home plans have changed for 2022

In June 2021, an estimated 50% of the South African workforce was working from home full-time, with the Covid-19 pandemic fundamentally changing views on where and how people work best. Before the...

SA takes proactive approach to marine pollution

South Africa is proactively preparing to manage marine pollution incidents to lessen their impact on the environment. The South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA) said it will do this by ensuring that...

City’s plans to bring new water online surges ahead despite pandemic

Projects in the City’s New Water Programme are progressing well, despite the challenges of the global pandemic. The programme aims to bring new water online to ensure a safe, reliable supply...

Five Simple Ways to Build Buzz and Boost your Business

Every entrepreneur knows that if potential customers do not know about your services or products, you can become the worst kept secret. One of the keys to creating sales is reaching...

Stay vs leaving the country – what young South African workers plan to do

Disruptive technologies, easy and immediate access to vast sources of information, and virtual interactive platforms mean that borders are becoming less important for young South African workers. This is one of the...

Mboweni’s plan to save Eskom

The restructuring drive for power utility Eskom, which has been identified by government as the biggest threat to economic growth and stability, has started in earnest, with Finance Minister Tito Mboweni...

Cape Town plans to add new air routes to promote tourism, attract investment

Cape Town Air Access (CTAA) Project Manager, Paul van den Brink said that the South African city plans to add routes to Australia and South America after last month reaching a deal with United Airlines for its first direct...

Eskom’s plan to keep the lights on

As Eskom continues to warn consumers of rotational load shedding, Deputy President David Mabuza has told Members of Parliament that the power utility has developed a detailed turnaround plan to address...

SABC’s retrenchment plan put on ice

The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) has announced that it has put on hold its retrenchment plan. This follows constructive and extensive engagements with various stakeholders, including the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on...

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Saldanha Green Hydrogen wants to pump its excess electricity into the...

By Larry Claasen Phelan Green Energy Group, which is developing a R47-billion green hydrogen project in Saldanha Bay is looking at ways to transfer the...

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