According to the latest Economic Impact Report published by Grant Thornton SA, R4.6-billion was contributed to KwaZulu-Natal’s Gross Geographic Product (GGP) and over 6000 jobs were created in KZN in the past financial year as a result of the Durban ICC’s activities.
Cape Town has been dubbed the African City of Opportunity, according to a recent research report published by PwC.
The iconic moment in which Nelson Mandela gave his first speech as a free man in Cape Town in February 1990 has been captured forever in a new monument which was recently unveiled at the City Hall.
The 10th annual Public Sector Supply Chain Summit, being held at Gallagher Convention Centre from 17 to 20 September, will proactively address the state of irregular expenditure.
The impact of Africa’s current economic status and future growth potential on infrastructure development will be deliberated during the 7th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum (IABF) at the Sandton Convention Centre on the 9th and 10th October.
The serviced apartments market in Pretoria continues to see healthy demand from business travellers, corporates and individuals looking for a home away from home experience as well as investors looking to cash in on alternative rental opportunities.
Two friends who started their own mechanical workshop in Rustenburg eight months ago with one employee have already employed three more mechanics to keep up with the demand.
The Summit will play host to senior ICT industry professionals from companies in the finance, retail, telecoms, technology, manufacturing and health care industries.
South Africa’s oldest Test match cricket ground is the first ICC-compliant, LED-lit stadium and the first such stadium to be fitted with theatrics.
State-of-the-art infrastructure for local and international companies wishing to connect efficiently to international trade, firms operating in high-value added sectors as well as businesses dealing in perishable products.