As growth in developed markets such as Europe, China and North Africa continue to stagnate, greater regional integration in Africa, amongst all role players, is needed to capitalize on the continent’s growth potential.
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While the South African residential property market is showing signs of strain, prices in the Western Cape just keep going up.
Stakeholders participated in a Transnet Port Terminals co-ordinated event in Cape Town on the 25th of May 2016.
According to SAnews.gov.za President Jacob Zuma says Operation Phakisa is contributing to government’s programme of promoting localisation and industrialisation.
Shumani Industrial Equipment, official dealer of the Goscor Group of Companies, secured a contract with Kalmar, part of Cargotec, which represents the largest supply of mobile equipment in Africa.
According to SAnews.gov.za Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has launched its second solar power plant at the Kimberley Airport, in the Northern Cape.
South Africa is establishing itself as a successful emerging offshore destination for voice and non-voice outsourcing services, with Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban positioning themselves as the country’s outsourcing hotspot trio.
Property development and management company Swisatec is developing the R14-billion mixed-use Blue Rock Village in Cape Town as an upgrade to the existing Blue Rock Resort, incorporating various green aspects.
With the first phase of the Vulindlela Heights Industrial Park revitalisation programme set to kick off next week, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) plans to inject more funds for the next phase of the upgrade.
PPC plans to acquire 3Q Mahuma Concrete, the largest independently owned ready-mix concrete supplier in southern Africa, for a maximum of R183 million.
Construction companies as well as chartered accountancy companies with a February year-end are reeling with shock
The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works has started work on Phase 1 of a R487-million upgrade to the N1 freeway around Cape Town.
Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana says Parliament is ready to host a successful State of the Nation Address (SONA) come 11 February.
The Western Cape experiences economic injections as a result of the Chevron Cape Town Refinery’s annual safety and maintenance inspections.
Increased cooperation between South Africa and Sweden was one of the issues discussed by President Jacob Zuma and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.