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Saturday, July 4, 2020
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Expanding e-commerce under Alert Level 4 will help small businesses

The sector employees at least 40 000 people in South Africa, and given the fact that e-commerce can facilitate trade with minimal human interaction, it could potentially employ a lot more if allowed to expand under Alert Level 4.

What will online retailing look like in a post COVID-19 world?

In this free interactive webinar, a senior panel of industry experts will provide insight into the ​​​​​​​e-commerce sector and how it will play a key part in the economic recovery across Africa.

Smart Procurement ensures SMMEs are protected and procurement moves forward in SA

Smart Procurement has put in place plans to move its 7th annual Smart Procurement World Western Cape conference to an online platform, being hosted on 19 and 20 May 2020.

Support and advice for business and industry in Cape Town

The City of Cape Town is mobilising resources to limit the impact and are exploring ways of how best to support you during this time.

Quick! Only 12 passes left to attend ECOM 2020

The clock is ticking - tick tock! You have one last chance to book, 15 hours to go and only 12 tickets remaining, hurry!

Calling power women in hospitality: entries now open for new awards!

Entries are now open for the inaugural Women in Food, Beverage & Hospitality Awards, the new highlight of the Hotel & Hospitality Show.

dmg events wins distinction in Operations and Logistics award at industry ROAR Awards 2019

Africa’s Big 7 food and beverage sector show, SAITEX, one of Africa’s largest and most well established trade exhibitions, and Hotel & Hospitality Show, formerly the Hotel Show Africa are co-located as part of Africa Trade Week.

Hotel & Hospitality Show now even bigger and better

Africa’s top hotel and hospitality industry trade show is back for 2020 with an updated name and a wealth of exciting events.

The 2020 guide to business and investment in Africa

Global Africa Network is proud to launch this inaugural edition of African Business 2020 at a time of energetic planning for a prosperous future for the continent.

Engines of growth on the African continent

Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.

Investment Projects

Balele Game Park in KwaZulu-Natal seeks investors and partners

The Balele Game Park comprises 5 development nodes and seeks investment and partners for the reassessment of its products offering and the development and refurbishment of infrastructure.

Project seeking private sector investors in the automotive sector

The KZN Automotive Supplier Park project is aimed at centralising production, assembly, sequencing and warehousing facilities that are within close proximity to the OEMs such as Toyota South Africa.

Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone – a global airfreight and passenger hub

Dube TradePort’s vision is to be the leading global manufacturing and air logistics platform in Southern Africa, seamlessly integrated with intermodal road, rail, and port infrastructure.

Business Opportunities

Northern Cape investment shows confidence in South Africa’s largest province

A new university, a world-class astronomy project and billions of rands of investment in renewable energy underpin the Northern Cape’s investment proposition.

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.

Office and industrial space available in central South African province

There are opportunities to rent factory space at Free State Development Corporation properties in Botshabelo, Phuthaditjhaba and Industriqwa.
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