The De Aar Logistics Hub serves as the first step for the long-term solution sought by the Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison (NCDTSL) to optimise the freight strategy and logistic functions of the province.
Not only has the international prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA) renewed the MBA accreditation of the NWU Business School, but the school is also now officially the first school on the African continent to receive international accreditation from the Business Graduates Association (BGA).
The Atlantis Special Economic Zone for Green Technologies is situated on the West Coast of South Africa, 40 km from Cape Town. This epicentre of greentech activities offers opportunities and incentives to investors from around Africa and the world.
The recent TIA360 eThekwini Tourism Investment Symposium has thrown a lifeline to distressed tourism businesses in South Africa, while also assisting viable tourism projects in Durban.
London: Investing in African Mining Indaba (Mining Indaba), organised by Hyve Group Plc announced the newly expanded Advisory Board last week.
This new learning program is designed to help decision-makers develop the meta-skills to help them make the best decisions within complex and uncertain scenarios.
Including news and analysis of the most important sectors, with a regional overview covering the strategic thinking behind plans to attract investment into the province.
Including news and analysis of the most important sectors, special features on transport and logistics, and specific plans that are in place to promote manufacturing in Limpopo.
Including updated overviews of each of the key economic sectors in the province, with references to the latest investments by companies across multiple sectors.
The 2021 edition South African Business journal, provides unique insight and knowledge about the South African economy. Read it in e-book format here.