The governments of Uganda and Equatorial Guinea have agreed on a joint action plan for the development of both the country’s oil and gas infrastructure.
Africa’s transport sector is taking continuous strides to unlock cross-border opportunities for intra-African trade and development.
The diversified nature of KwaZulu-Natal's exports is significant and the sector generates 20 percent of provincial employment.
The 6th Small Business Friday has arrived. Today, 01 September is South Africa’s biggest Small Business day of the year.
Khobab Wind Farm has announced the completion of all 61 wind turbine installations, more than two weeks ahead of schedule, on 8 September 2017.
The Durban Chamber extends an invite to all businesses to the 161st Annual Gala Dinner, Leverage a Legacy, 7 September 2017 at the Durban ICC.
The annual Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu-Natal brings together provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, find out about the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, and provide a platform for networking and collaboration.
The Shop Small movement aims to put small businesses across South Africa firmly in the spotlight, by encouraging individuals to support, visit and spend at a small business all year round, especially on Fridays.
The Caring4Girls programme was established by the Imbumba Foundation two years ago and to date has already improved the lives of more than 10 000 girls.
This initiative not only provides an educational platform for learners and a regular supply of vegetables and fish for the school’s feeding schemes, but also creates an opportunity for sustainability for the entire community.