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Probe into Citrus Black Spot by government

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has launched an investigation to determine the causes of Citrus Black Spot (CBS) discovered in a consignment of exported lemons to the European Union (EU).

23 Jul 2014 11:00

Dangerous gamble for SA motor industry

Are foreign automotive investors on the point of losing patience with strike-prone SA? Or will militant trade unionists be proved right in their gamble that multinational motor companies are too deeply embedded in SA to walk away?

By David Furlonger 21 Jul 2014 09:13

Hybrid heaven - Samsung Galaxy's K Zoom

If a digital camera and a highend smartphone could procreate, the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom would be that joyous offspring.

By Kate Ferreira 21 Jul 2014 08:39

Economy battles to get out of the woods

The country's economy has battled to fully recover from the impact of the 2009 recession due to low productivity in the mining and manufacturing sectors.

14 Jul 2014 12:11

Why do wine brands think they don't need a positioning/proposition?

All other categories in the liquor sector have a very strong and focused positioning. Why not wines? It seems as if wine estates believe their...

By Rolf Akermann 9 Jul 2014 11:18

Grohe deal an 'enormous opportunity' for Dawn‚ says CEO

Dawn CEO Derek Tod on the group selling a 51% stake in its local manufacturing businesses to Grohe for R880m in cash‚ in this interview conducted on July 2. (Video)

4 Jul 2014 07:30

Grohe buys 51% of Dawn for R880m

Grohe‚ said to be Europe's largest single-brand manufacturer and supplier of sanitary fittings‚ will buy 51% of JSE-listed building materials and fixtures group Distribution and Warehousing Network's (Dawn) Watertech subsidiary for R880m in cash.

By Mark Allix 3 Jul 2014 11:13

Strike may hurt SA's manufacturing investments

The strike by members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) will be the largest strike in almost five years and is expected to disrupt production at about 10,500 companies in the manufacturing sector.

By David Furlonger 2 Jul 2014 08:45

Users embrace Transnet's cargo tracking app

The public sector appears to be quickly embracing technology released by Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) as a means of tracking goods in South African ports.

By Thabiso Mochiko 1 Jul 2014 05:40

ECDC visits China this week to kick-start 'South African year'

The Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) is leading a provincial delegation, which includes the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, to kick-start what has been declared the 'South African year' in China.

30 Jun 2014 10:37

Hefty duties imposed on imported soda ash

The International Trade Administration Commission (Itac) has imposed duties of between 8% and 40% on all imports of soda ash from the US into the South African Customs Union (Sacu).

By Amanda Visser 25 Jun 2014 10:00

Black farmers pummel minister with questions

Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Minister Senzeni Zokwana was caught off guard when black commercial farmers took him up on his offer for open communication with his office, bombarding him with questions and complaints.

24 Jun 2014 11:03

Africa Rising: Doing business in Africa [part 1]

According to the UNCTAD, Africa offers the highest return on direct foreign investment in the world. However, as much as Africa has much to offer in terms of trade, the business environment is littered with legal, political, social and economic challenges.

By Authors from Regent Business School 20 Jun 2014 10:14

Strike hits building confidence

The fall in the FNB/BER building confidence index indicates that conditions in the building industry have deteriorated further. The index fell by 11 points to 41 in the second quarter.

18 Jun 2014 10:39

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