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Launch of the first LOUIS XIII boutique
Launch of the first LOUIS XIII boutique

The world's first LOUIS XIII boutique launched in Beijing on 20 September 2016. The boutique is housed at the seven-storey Beijing SKP luxury mall.

1 day ago

Is SA's love for fast food still growing?
Is SA's love for fast food still growing?

The philosophical doctrine of 'change being the only constant', is wholly applicable to the South African fast food industry as stakeholders are forced to constantly craft competitive responses to capriciously fluid market dynamics. These innovative strategies fuelled strong domestic growth as well as the launch and rapid expansion of multinational brands such as Burger King, Domino's Pizza, Starbucks and Pizza Hut. The key question is whether all these developments have helped to grow the fast food market in 2015/2016?

Issued by Insight Survey 26 Sep 2016

ICT policy must include all South Africans
ICT policy must include all South Africans

Government needs to review its policies and legislation on Information Communications Technology (ICT) to ensure that all South Africans have universal affordability and access to communications services.

4 Mar 2014

SAA considers pilot programme to develop future pilots
SAA considers pilot programme to develop future pilots

National carrier South African Airways (SAA) is investigating the possibility of using the in-flight relief pilot programme as a meaningful way of developing future pilots.

4 Mar 2014

SAB justifies its distribution model
SAB justifies its distribution model

South African Breweries (SAB) gave its appointed distributors exclusive territories‚ shielding them from competition from its own depots‚ in an effort to ensure their sustainability in exchange for the investments they were asked to make in terms of land‚ buildings and vehicles‚ SAB's distribution services manager testified this week.

By Amanda Visser 1 Aug 2013

Imperial Logistics forms new division, Resolve
Imperial Logistics forms new division, Resolve

Aiming to take a bigger chunk of the business process and technology outsourcing market, Imperial Logistics has formed a new division, Resolve, from the amalgamation of group companies Volition and e-Logics, their associated businesses and some existing managed services capacity in the group.

29 Jul 2013

OR Tambo exhibition unveiled at airport

OR Tambo International Airport has unveiled the Oliver Reginald Tambo Memorial exhibition, which is aimed at honouring one of South Africa's national heroes and extraordinary freedom fighters. The permanent exhibition, situated at the airport's International Viewing Deck, aims to bring to life Oliver Reginald Tambo's legacy of selfless character and great teachings.

26 Jul 2013

Warning to motorists ahead of SONA
Warning to motorists ahead of SONA

Several streets will be closed to traffic in the Cape Town city centre ahead of the State of the Nation Address in Parliament on Thursday, authorities have warned. President Jacob Zuma will deliver the annual speech during a joint seating of the National Assembly to be broadcast at 7pm. There will also be parking restrictions around the Parliamentary precinct on Plein Street.

7 Feb 2012

Manufacturing to boost GDP on resurgent PMI
Manufacturing to boost GDP on resurgent PMI

Although most economists are downgrading their 2012 SA gross domestic product (GDP) forecasts, a resurgent seasonally adjusted Kagiso Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) in January could mean a revising of forecasts upwards in coming months as production finally catches up with strong consumer demand.

2 Feb 2012

Internet adds to growth potential

The trend of purchasing goods on the internet will play an increasingly significant role in boosting the demand for express courier delivery.

31 Jan 2012

US$6.9bn needed to upgrade North-South Corridor

Billions of dollars will be needed to upgrade and maintain the North-South Corridor road network said President Jacob Zuma.

31 Jan 2012

Transnet scuppers oil rig plans

According to a Business Report report, a multi-million plan to build a supply base to service oil rigs at Saldanha Bay has been scuppered, after Transnet National Ports Authority changed the conditions for the shipping firm wanting to build it.

31 Jan 2012

Multi-billion rand project to replace SA's trains gathers steam

According to the Cape Times, the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) said during a presentation to Parliament that a planned major revamp of Cape Town's rail system will include the modernisation of the national rail system and the replacement of all trains and the construction of new depots and stations. Subject to the government approving its budget, the R123 billion project is set to create 65 000 jobs.

4 Nov 2011

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