The Western Cape Business journal provides essential information for anyone with an interest in doing business or investing in the province.
The Department of Public Works has committed to a programme of repair and maintenance of the Western Cape’s 12 Proclaimed Fishing Harbours.
The College of Cape Town recently received the Minister’s Award for the Most Innovative College in the area of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
The first Crop Estimate for the 2017/18 table grape season is estimated to be between 58,9 million and 63 million 4.5 kg equivalent cartons.
For well over a decade, this has been a crucial networking and discussion forum for Africa’s corporates, financiers, trade specialists, ECAs and service providers. Returning to Cape Town on March 1-2 for 2018’s event.
Learning from Asia's lessons, can Africa find the right balance for its own development model?
An expanded Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has helped the world’s largest Africa-focused technology, media and telecoms event become even bigger.
Africa's biggest eCommerce, Fintech and Payments Conference and Exhibition, 14-15 March 2018, Cape Town International Convention Centre.
This excellent news demonstrates that there is confidence in the Western Cape’s economy, and that investors at home and abroad continue to view the Cape as an important business partner.
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