Large infrastructure projects and an increase in intra-African trade could be the platforms to launch the continent into a new era of prosperity.
The agricultural sector plays a vital role in the broader economy of the Northern Cape, employing as it does about 45 000 people.
While the Western Cape has a lower unemployment rate than most regions, the problem is still acute. Blueberries may provide part of the answer.
Mpumalanga has 40% of South Africa’s forestry resources. This presents an opportunity to exploit the sector’s byproducts in the biomass-to-energy field in an environmentally sound way.
Industrial Development Corporation Regional Manager Mashweu Matsiela explains how the IDC’s mandate helps to improve lives.
Limpopo’s fruits and vegetables form an important part of South Africa’s export basket and more than 45% of the annual turnover of the Johannesburg Fresh Produce Market originates in this fertile province.
Mondi South Africa is at the forefront of sustainable business practices. Viv McMenamin, CEO Mondi South Africa, explains: “It’s exciting to be playing a...
Between 2014 and 2018, Limpopo received more than 27.5-million domestic travellers and 8-million international tourists.
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Eastern Cape Business interview with Simphiwe Kondlo, CEO of the East London Industrial Development Zone.