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New approach to water usage needed

The worst drought in decades will also motivate the government, businesses and consumers to change the way they use water...

23 Nov 2015 08:21

Drought behind Tongaat Hulett profit fall

Tongaat Hulett, SA's largest sugar producer by market value, saw its revenue decline 5.7% to R7.6bn and net profit fall 15% to R742m for six months ended September...

17 Nov 2015 14:23

Record results and profit increase for GWK in 2015

GWK, South African agribusiness leader announced their results for the 2015 financial year and posted a year-end revenue of R7.96 billion, an 11,76% increase in turnover...

4 Nov 2015 11:35

Acsa looks to retail and real estate for cruise control

The state-run Airports Company SA (Acsa) is looking to learn from Germany's Munich Airport on how to reduce dependence on tariff revenue...

28 Oct 2015 09:39

Philippa Rodseth on the challenges and opportunities facing local manufacturers

Here, Rodseth discusses the challenges and opportunities that manufacturers are facing in the Western Cape, and how the Manufacturing Indaba plans to help them address or embrace them...

By Jessica Taylor 22 Oct 2015 10:55

Local manufacturers look north during SA recession

The news that the South African manufacturing sector is technically in recession will make expansion into Africa's high-growth countries and regions more attractive to companies looking to ride the economic boom that is beginning to transform sub-Saharan Africa and further north on the continent...

16 Oct 2015 09:50

The case for intra-trade in Africa, led by Africans

Wherever your thinking takes you with regard to the African identity, there's one thing that is undeniable - the African continent has enormous potential to become a veritable powerhouse of trade and industry in the global economy...

By Ezra Ndwandwe 7 Oct 2015 11:15

Davies hints at settlement in steel standoff

CAPE TOWN - Prospects are looking promising for the steel industry to get further protection against cheap Chinese imports and for the state to win its battle for a "developmental" steel price...

By Linda Ensor 5 Oct 2015 12:30

Will a Fed lift-off be the final nail in the coffin of the emerging-market dream?

In short, no. As I've said many times before, emerging markets should be seen as a long-term strategy. This is no less true in light of their current challenges...

By Sarah Boumphrey 16 Sep 2015 07:00

SA'S 'Big Five': Bold Priorities for Inclusive Growth

Focusing on South Africa's 'Big Five' growth opportunities could deliver significant GDP growth, create jobs and confound a rising sense of pessimism about the nation's future prospects...

1 Sep 2015 13:28

SA attends AGOA Forum

Pretoria - Trade and Industry Minister, Dr Rob Davies, has arrived in Libreville, Gabon, where he will attend the 14th African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) Forum...

26 Aug 2015 13:00

US pushes for lifting of SA's ban on meat imports

WASHINGTON - Sceptical American officials have demanded further evidence that Pretoria is ready to lift disease-related bans on US poultry, beef and pork...

11 Aug 2015 14:30

Hisense hosts key partners at Export Strategy Conference

As part of the company's commitment to Africa, Hisense South Africa recently hosted a number of international delegates and government officials at a two-day event held in Cape Town...

11 Aug 2015 11:25

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