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Saturday, December 14, 2019
Leisure, Travel, Tourism

Leisure, Travel, Tourism

Continental free trade will galvanise African economies

Political will is a major component in the equation; an AfCFTA Business Forum has been established to allow for private sector engagement with the formulators of policy.

WTM Africa & IGLTA Partner on LGBTQ+ Initiative EQUAL Africa for 2020

Attendees at EQUAL Africa in partnership with IGLTA can also look forward to other trending topics and content shares from over 150 speakers from around the globe in six different theatres on the #WTMA20 show floor.

Huge export, trade opportunities for Africa

Africa can capitalise on international trade wars by stepping up its export capabilities, says NWU trade expert.

Durban beachfront promenade extension completed

The completion of the beachfront promenade extension, which is now the longest in Africa, is set to unlock the R35-billion Point Waterfront Development which will be undertaken in three phases over the next ten to fifteen years.

An economic overview of South Africa

Three small rural towns in a remote part of South Africa’s dry north-west are the sites of the very latest in technology, and could hold the key to boosting growth in the South African economy.

A snapshot of South Africa’s nine provinces

Key facts about South Africa's nine provincial economies, with resource links to explore the business and investment environment of each region in more depth.

Airlink introduces a fifth flight to Bloemfontein, increasing customer convenience and connections

Airlink is pleased to announce that it will be introducing an additional midday flight operating between Johannesburg and Bloemfontein from 18 November 2019.

Igniting the entrepreneurial mindset of community-based small business owners

SMME's win at recent Community Enterprises Exhibition as a result of transformative and targeted learning.

Mpumalanga focused on diversifying and growing the manufacturing sector

Steel and associated manufacturing remains one of the province’s strong suits, but a number of initiatives are being pursued to promote beneficiation and other forms of manufacture through a clustering approach and through tax incentives in Special Economic Zones.

Forward Thinking Conference focusses on 4IR maritime skills

Topics of discussion during the Forward Thinking for Maritime Education and Training Excellence conference, hosted by the South African International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) in Durban.

Featured Investment Opportunities

Company producing eco-friendly drinking straws seeks funding for expansion

Far_Go Straws produces and distributes a range of stainless-steel, reusable, consumer-friendly straws. The company is currently in the process of adding bamboo straws to its product range.

Relocating logistics company seeks funding for upgrade and repair of facilities

Additional funding of R2-million is sought for the upgrading and minor repairs of existing facility in Special Economic Zone.

Northern Cape Metals Industrial Cluster now in implementation phase

The Cluster will be fully established through a development of four phases. Phase 1 is currently under development.

Featured Business Opportunities

Establish your business in Africa’s tech hub

Cape Town has established itself as a key technology hub in Africa with a number of major companies launching their head offices in the city.

South Africa is alert to the growing opportunity offered by the maritime sector

The Oceans Economy is no longer just a concept talked about at conferences, it is a reality that is starting to have an impact on South Africa.

FDC offers affordable rental rates for businesses

The property management and development unit of the FDC has a diverse property portfolio.