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Africa is well placed to address global supply chain challenges – UN Report

By Larry Claasen Recent disruptions to the global supply chain have highlighted the need for manufacturers to set up operations in diverse locations. GLOBAL supply chain challenges could spur widespread industrialisation across Africa,...

What does South Africa stand to gain from an expanded BRICS?

By Hannah de Nobrega, Quantitative Analyst at Prescient Investment Management It is difficult to assess what an expanded Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS) grouping will mean for South African...

International seat capacity for upcoming summer season set to surge by impressive 25%

Cape Town Air Access - powered by Wesgro - held their 6th Annual Review showcase on Tuesday 12 September. Reflecting on the significant achievements and milestones reached over the last year,...

Devolve or we go to court – Winde

WESTERN Cape premier Alan Winde has repeated his call for greater powers to be devolved to provinces, saying that the DA-run provincial government, instead of the national government, should be delivering...

AfCFTA not a silver bullet to increase SA’s agricultural exports in Africa

SA’s agricultural exports to the rest of Africa have been decreasing African Continental Free Trade Area offers opportunity to increase exports We must diversify our agricultural exports into new previously...

Economic growth roundtable with industry bodies to explore more trade and jobs

The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Growth, Alderman James Vos, hosted a strategy session with the municipality's special purpose vehicles (SPVs) to facilitate business and employment opportunities for Capetonians. Also...

Private sector participation at Ports, and not a state-owned shipping company, needed to boost...

By Mireille Wenger, Provincial Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities In response to the call for comment on the recently released “pre-draft” ‘South African Shipping Bill’, published under Government Notice 1376 in Government...

The Week Ahead: Another busy week on the corporate earnings calendar

Locally, we expect releases from: • Dis-Chem Pharmacies (Interim Results) – Headline earnings per share (HEPS) are expected to improve between 43.1% to 45.4% y/y. Excluding once-off acquisition impacts, HEPS are guided...

City works with private sector to launch Food and Beverage Growth Coalition

The City has launched the Food and Beverage Growth Coalition together with the Western Cape Economic Development Partnership and industry business partners. The world has been battered by a series of complex...

TNPA repositions Western Region ports to efficiently facilitate trade

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is strategically repositioning its Western Region ports to efficiently facilitate trade enabled by a seven-year R16.1 billion (b) capital investment programme for infrastructure development at the...

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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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