Great reading material this month from Jonathan Ball Publishers, the leading publisher and distributor of English general books in South Africa.
The AI Summit launches at AfricaCom 2018 in Cape Town this November and is set to be as informative and well subscribed as its international counterparts.
If you are looking to break away this coming September, why not visit South Africa's chosen #TourismMonth2018 destination - the Eastern Cape!
According to the latest Economic Impact Report published by Grant Thornton SA, R4.6-billion was contributed to KwaZulu-Natal’s Gross Geographic Product (GGP) and over 6000 jobs were created in KZN in the past financial year as a result of the Durban ICC’s activities.
Cape Town has been dubbed the African City of Opportunity, according to a recent research report published by PwC.
This year, the Durban ICC commemorated Nelson Mandela Day by hosting the Durban leg of the national food drive in collaboration with FoodForward SA and Pick n Pay.
The Kingdom of Lesotho is seeking investment into a wide variety of sectors, including agri-processing, manufacturing, tourism and ICT.
South Africa’s oldest Test match cricket ground is the first ICC-compliant, LED-lit stadium and the first such stadium to be fitted with theatrics.
The retail node will be situated in close proximity to several scenic wonders such as God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, and the world renowned Blyde River Canyon.
The following opportunities are available for investors on KwaZulu-Natal's South Coast, a popular summer holiday destination which is characterised by soft beaches, lush vegetation and rich cultural diversity.