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#AfricaMonth: Driving Ugandan vehicle manufacturing

Kiira Motors Corporation is a presidential initiative for automotive manufacturing in Uganda. The company has three successful vehicle prototypes under its belt, including Africa's first solar bus...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 3 days ago

Major Mauritian delegation to Source Africa

More than 1,500 professional decision makers are expected to arrive at Cape Town's CTICC on 8 and 9 June, 2016, for Source Africa, which will feature more than 180 exhibitors interested in expanding their exports...

24 May 2016

#InTouch2016: Digital opportunity in the automotive arena

Michael Frans, head of business operations: automotive at T-Systems South Africa...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 23 May 2016

MRP Foundation ambassador tutors pre-production students

Fashion designer and MRP Foundation ambassador Anisa Mpungwe teaches Jump Start pre-production students to embrace their African design heritage and how to succeed in the workplace...

11 May 2016

AB InBev simplifies its debt structure

Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) moved on Friday to clear another hurdle on its $108bn proposed acquisition of SABMiller...

By Fifi Peters 10 May 2016

ArcelorMittal SA's production falls but sales increase due to exports

The South African unit of global steel giant ArcelorMittal produced 9% less steel in the March quarter than the same period last year, but increased sales by 3%, mainly due to exports...

9 May 2016

VWSA supports economic transformation with Black-Owned Suppliers' Day

Volkswagen Group South Africa hosted its first ever Black-Owned Suppliers' Day on 5 May in its Uitenhage plant in the Eastern Cape...

6 May 2016

Jobs and R800m pledge unblocks merger delay

A commitment to spend R800m on small farmers and enterprises and a pledge to avoid job losses have helped unblock delays to a three-way merger of bottlers...

By Hilary Joffe 5 May 2016

No Africa plans at Astrapak

Astrapak, a manufacturer of plastic packaging material, has no immediate plans to enter other African economies, despite tough operating conditions in SA...

By Fifi Peters 21 Apr 2016

The fundamentals are the fundamentals - rationalise and capitalise

We have all, I'm sure, been reading of how the economy is not ideal for South African manufacturers and that with wage and labour issues, struggling consumer demand, power cuts and insufficient policy to support a healthy manufacturing environment, the picture looks bleak - this is the same old rhetoric we hear over and over...

By Nadia Rawjee, Issued by Uzenzele Holdings 14 Apr 2016

R2b invested to expand Dunlop SA plant

Sumitomo Rubber South Africa (SRSA) is investing R2 billion to upgrade and expand its Dunlop tyre manufacturing plant at Ladysmith...

13 Apr 2016

ABF sweetens its offer to buy out Illovo shareholders

Shareholders in sugar group Illovo have managed to draw a more palatable buyout offer from majority shareholder Associated British Foods...

By Marc Hasenfuss 11 Apr 2016

Making grey clouds rain in favour of your business

Contrary to popular belief, there is light at the end of the tunnel - and no, this isn't the approaching train set to be derailed by yet another economic meltdown. Instead, as firm believers that every crisis can be turned into an opportunity, Uzenzele Holdings sat down with leading analysts to find the silver lining...

By Nadia Rawjee, Issued by Uzenzele Holdings 11 Apr 2016

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