The City of Tshwane is committed to developing an economic future that is inclusive, diversified and competitive. These focus investment sectors offer current opportunities for local and international investors.
The CEO of the KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board Maritime Centre of Excellence, Mr Mthokozisi Radebe, shares insights into how the role of his organisation is expanding to meet new demands.
Anyone who's anyone in African telecoms and technology will be at AfricaCom 2017. You should be there too. Three days of thought-provoking content and amazing tech.
Public and private investors are sought for capital and operational investment for residential, commercial, industrial, education and property development.
While technology has an important part to play in solving education challenges in Africa, it will not be the silver bullet, says Justin Reilly, CEO of Mwabu.
The world’s largest and most powerful radio telescope the world has ever seen is under construction.
Big plans for a deep-water port and a Special Economic Zone hold opportunities for diversification and growth in the region.
Jet and rocket powered vehicle set to top 1 600 km/h on Northern Cape runway.
The conference is scheduled from the 5th to the 6th of June at Emperors Place and Conference Centre.It is set to create a platform...
Work placement for graduates The Work Placement Unit of the College of Cape Town provides for a comprehensive support service to potential employers, students and lecturers...