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Manufacturing plays a prominent role in Africa’s economic development, made evident by how industrial growth positively affects the overall GDP and productivity of a nation.
Steeped in history as one of the oldest accommodation options in Fourways, Johannesburg, the charming Indaba Hotel now welcomes guests with a refreshing facelift and spruced up restaurants, including the new Bistro 407, that honour the hotel’s countryside roots.
On 12 March 1969, Air Products South Africa (Pty) Ltd officially started its journey as a Southern African controlled company.
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The 5th eCommerce Africa Confex will be hosted on the 19th and 20th of March 2019, at the CTICC in Cape Town.
The agreement is expected to result in a comprehensive Certification and Licensing Programme for Public Procurement Practitioners in Ghana.
Sibambene, unveiled at a briefing in Johannesburg on 5 March, was the first company to be launched with a structure that is fully compliant with Mining Charter III.
The drive to start producing renewable energy is growing, and researchers and companies in the North West are investigating several options.