The South African Table Grape Industry (SATI) recently launched a unique book chronicling it’s 125-year history. A limited amount of these books were printed and are still available from SATI
The United Kingdom is an important market for South African and Western Cape exports. It was the Western Cape’s second largest export destination in 2018, and South Africa’s fourth largest.
An exciting new maritime awareness programme was launched Wednesday, 4 September to encourage South Africa’s youth to not only dip their feet into the endless possibilities of career exploration in the maritime industry, but to “dive in” by getting immersed into a future career in the oceans economy.
The programme brochure is now available for the largest investment gathering in food and agriculture on the African continent – representing the entire value chain.
Huge potential exists in Africa to create biomass-to-energy projects, as a more sustainable alternative to coal power plants.
Essential information about the main economic sectors of the South African economy and unique insight into topical issues and exciting new possibilities for doing business or investing in South Africa.
New mining projects, investments in Special Economic Zones and superb tourism assets are expected to underpin economic growth in Limpopo.
What is it about this destination that attracts a diversity of locals and foreigners who want to live, work, study and play in a promising metropolis brimming with opportunity?
The event Women Dive In! Career Opportunities in the Maritime Sector hosted by the SA International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) in partnership with the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA-SA) and African Marine Solutions (AMSOL) in Cape Town this week was attended by approximately 100 women.
The likely granting of licences to small-scale power producers to sell excess power to the grid, will open up the market and help small manufacturers to cover the cost of installing generating capacity.