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SEZ's role in the interaction of AI with humans and nation states
SEZ's role in the interaction of AI with humans and nation statesArticle

Many thinkers, experts and science fiction writers have put pen to paper to speculate about the dystopian life that may arise from Artificial Intelligence (AI) becoming too "intelligent."...

Monde Mawasha 14 Sep 2020

GGDA's plans to reignite Gauteng's economy
GGDA's plans to reignite Gauteng's economyArticle

The Gauteng Growth Development Agency (GGDA) continues to accelerate its strategic intent to grow the province's economy...

25 Aug 2020

Forecasting post-Covid financial behaviours based on lessons from the 2008 financial markets crash
Forecasting post-Covid financial behaviours based on lessons from the 2008 financial markets crashArticle

In August, Covid-19 infections in South Africa surpassed the half-a-million mark, leaving the economy devastated. The economic impact of the lockdown will linger even once the health threat associated with the virus has passed...

Dr Amelia Richards & Sithokozile Dubazane, Issued by Ask Afrika 13 Aug 2020

10 ways to stay connected on Biz during lockdown
10 ways to stay connected on Biz during lockdownArticle

Self-isolation, lockdowns, working remotely and physical distancing can get you down. Bizcommunity is the daily 'virtual commute' that brings you closer to 19 industry communities...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 15 Apr 2020

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Warc Rankings announces Effective 100Article

The Warc Effective 100, an annual ranking of the world's most awarded campaigns and companies for marketing effectiveness has been released...

17 Mar 2020

Health Minister, Zweli Mkhize
#BREAKINGNEWS: First case of #Covid-19 in South AfricaArticle

The Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize, has confirmed the first case of Covid-19 in South Africa...

5 Mar 2020

Mpumalanga builds seven new schools
Mpumalanga builds seven new schoolsArticle

The Mpumalanga Provincial Government will commence with the construction of seven new schools in five fast-growing towns...

26 Feb 2020

China: Rise of a new philanthropic power
China: Rise of a new philanthropic powerArticle

In response to the ongoing coronavirus emergency, on 31 January, Chinese billionaire Jack Ma pledged the equivalent of $144m...

Fabrice Jaumont and Charles Sellen 10 Feb 2020

What you should know about the proposed Employment Tax Incentive amendments
What you should know about the proposed Employment Tax Incentive amendmentsArticle

On Tuesday 26 November 2019, a number of tax-related bills were passed by the National Assembly and are currently being deliberated by the National Council of Provinces...

3 Feb 2020

What to expect from the inaugural Stellenbosch Triennale
What to expect from the inaugural Stellenbosch TriennaleArticle

The inaugural Stellenbosch Triennale will be held in the Western Cape town from 11 February to 30 April 2020. The event is set to showcase some of the best contemporary art from across the African continent...

20 Jan 2020

2020 vision: Outlook and trends in the residential property market
2020 vision: Outlook and trends in the residential property marketArticle

Following another year of tepid economic growth, and with the latest round of load shedding further dampening the economy and expected to result in a Moody's downgrade early next year, where does that leave South Africa's residential property market?

Dr Andrew Golding 12 Dec 2019

Meet Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi
Meet Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini TunziArticle

Want to know more about the newly-crowned Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi? Here are a few interesting things to know about Tunzi, who is currently also holding the Miss South Africa title...

10 Dec 2019

Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi crowned 68th Miss Universe
Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi crowned 68th Miss UniverseArticle

Last night, Sunday 8 December Miss South Africa Zozibini Tunzi was crowned the 68th Miss Universe at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, USA...

9 Dec 2019

Tshwane Automotive Special Economic Zone launched in Pretoria
Tshwane Automotive Special Economic Zone launched in PretoriaArticle

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) has embarked on a public-private partnership with national, provincial and local government to facilitate the creation of the Tshwane Automotive Special Economic Zone (SEZ), adjacent to Ford's Silverton Vehicle Assembly Plant in Pretoria.

21 Nov 2019

Factors necessary for securing investors toward FDI
Factors necessary for securing investors toward FDIArticle

Endorsed by world leaders as an ideal investment destination, the Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ) prioritises growth in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)...

Thembinkosi Maduna 5 Nov 2019

Ramaphosa opens South Africa's first smartphone factory
Ramaphosa opens South Africa's first smartphone factoryArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa has opened South Africa's first smartphone factory at the Dube TradePort in Durban...

21 Oct 2019

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Coega welcomes NMB's airport relocation plans to free up land for human settlementsArticle

This development will deliver on the objectives of the Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ) programme by way of expanding the SEZ's strategic industrialisation focus to cover diverse regional development needs...

30 Aug 2019

Liberty appoints Thabang Ramogase as its new CMO. Image supplied.
#Newsmaker: Liberty's new CMO Thabang Ramogase on elevating the brand's purposeArticle

Liberty's new CMO Thabang Ramogase talks to us about his career, his new role, why the brand resonates with him on a personal level and what he's most excited about...

Juanita Pienaar 22 Aug 2019

Stellenbosch Triennale announces its official selection
Stellenbosch Triennale announces its official selectionArticle

The Stellenbosch Triennale has announced its official selection. The inaugural event will be held at destinations in Stellenbosch from 11 February to 30 April 2020...

22 Aug 2019

Youth Entrepreneurship Expo: Hatchery to incubator
Youth Entrepreneurship Expo: Hatchery to incubatorArticle

False Bay TVET College is intentional about instilling a culture of entrepreneurship amongst the student population, getting them to think differently about entrepreneurship as a career of choice...

Abraham Oliver, Issued by False Bay College 30 Jul 2019

MediaHeads 360 MD talks to T'Bose on Kaya FM
MediaHeads 360 MD talks to T'Bose on Kaya FMArticle

On 3 July 2019, in the Kaya FM Outside Broadcast van, live from the largest conference in Africa - Radio Days Africa, @tboseZA had a chat about radio dramas with @mediaheads360 MD, Candy Dempers...

Issued by MediaHeads 360 10 Jul 2019

25% of former employees still have access to data from former workplace
25% of former employees still have access to data from former workplaceArticle

Businesses are putting themselves at increased risk of losing data, by not curbing the actions of current and former employees...

5 Jul 2019

SEZ could revive manufacturing capacity in Vaal Triangle
SEZ could revive manufacturing capacity in Vaal TriangleArticle

An important attribute that SA can take away from the success of Special Economic Zones at a global level is the importance of collaboration between key public and private stakeholders...

Zak Sivalingum 26 Jun 2019

#AfricaMonth: Pan-African web series gives Maybelline New York an African flair
#AfricaMonth: Pan-African web series gives Maybelline New York an African flairArticle

African personalities, vloggers, influencers and makeup artists bring an African flair to the New York attitude of Maybelline in the Makeup In The Cities - Africa web series...

Maroefah Smith 30 May 2019

Have your say in Bojanala SEZ designation
Have your say in Bojanala SEZ designationArticle

The public has 30 days in which to have their say in the designation of the Bojanala Special Economic Zone in the North West province, said the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) on Monday...

13 May 2019

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Women in power need a thick skin and a good sense of humourArticle

Zelda Weitz, COO of Symbion Power, still has a good laugh every now and then when she walks into a meeting and people assume she is either the CEO's PA or "the marketing lady"...

3 May 2019

Continued growth in Kenya's logistics sector boosts property market
Continued growth in Kenya's logistics sector boosts property marketArticle

Broll Property Intel's latest Kenya Logistics Snapshot Report has revealed that Kenya's expanding economy has spurred the growth of its logistics property market...

11 Apr 2019

R400m food manufacturing plant launches in Gauteng
R400m food manufacturing plant launches in GautengArticle

The doors have officially opened to a new 22,700m² food production facility belonging to In2food, in the OR Tambo Special Economic Zone in Johannesburg...

10 Apr 2019

R18bn expansion plan for Dube Trade Port
R18bn expansion plan for Dube Trade PortArticle

The Dube Trade Port Special Economic Zone (DTP SEZ) in KwaZulu-Natal continues to experience an unprecedented wave of investments...

20 Mar 2019

79% of global organisations still not prioritising advancement of women - new study
79% of global organisations still not prioritising advancement of women - new studyArticle

According to a new study by IBM, the leadership gender gap in the global workplace continues to persist because organisations have yet to make advancing women a formal business priority...

11 Mar 2019

Wind turbines signal revitalisation of green tech SEZ
Wind turbines signal revitalisation of green tech SEZArticle

The wind turbine tower sections for the 140MW Kangnas Wind Farm are being manufactured at Atlantis om Cape Town's West Coast...

7 Mar 2019

10 reasons to attend the 2019 Investec Cape Town Art Fair
10 reasons to attend the 2019 Investec Cape Town Art FairArticle

From 15-19 February 2019, over 18,000 visitors, collectors, galleries, curators, artists and art journalists will descend on the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) to attend this year's instalment of the Investec Cape Town Art Fair...

4 Feb 2019

Why screen time for babies, children and adolescents needs to be limited
Why screen time for babies, children and adolescents needs to be limitedArticle

There is increasing concern about the number of time children and adolescents are spending on recreational screen time. There's also increasing controversy over whether or not screen time is actually harmful...

1 Feb 2019

European Union and African Union Foreign Ministers take stock of their strong partnership. Credit: European External Action Service (EEAS)
Africa strengthens partnerships with EuropeArticle

The European Union is Africa's first partner in all sectors: in trade, in aid and investment, in peace and security...

24 Jan 2019

Bosasa did not donate to SABC 8
Bosasa did not donate to SABC 8Article

In response to an allegation published by TimesLive that Bosasa "appears" to have donated R100,000 to a crowdfunding campaign for the SABC 8 journalists, the South African National Editors' Forum would like to clarify the following...

23 Jan 2019

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Durban's international air connectivity set to improveArticle

According to research released by Dube TradePort, tourism into markets where airlines establish direct flights historically experience a 30%-40% growth within the first year of the route's establishment...

12 Dec 2018

Atlantis R2.4bn SEZ to bolster investment
Atlantis R2.4bn SEZ to bolster investmentArticle

The special economic zone (SEZ) lanched in Atlantis is expected to attract large-scale investment that will create jobs and bolster manufacturing in the area and the Western Cape...

7 Dec 2018

Green technologies to flourish at Western Cape SEZ
Green technologies to flourish at Western Cape SEZArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to launch the Atlantis Special Economic Zone (SEZ) this week...

3 Dec 2018

Why integrity testing should be a routine assessment
Why integrity testing should be a routine assessmentArticle

The scope of integrity testing as a pre-employment assessment tool reaches far beyond ascertaining a candidates propensity to lie, steal or "wheel and deal"...

Kirsten Halcrow 24 Oct 2018

Report discusses evolution with technology as the major influence
Report discusses evolution with technology as the major influenceArticle

The impacts of technology are widely felt across all sectors. The advancement of technology as it pertains to the logistics sector is detailed in Broll's Logistics Report...

27 Sep 2018

Upcoming jobs summit to attract investment, tackle poverty
Upcoming jobs summit to attract investment, tackle povertyArticle

Deputy President David Mabuza says the up and coming jobs summit will ensure that South Africa continues to address the country's poverty and income inequality...

13 Sep 2018

Stainless steel sector growth should be integrated in global value chain - Sassda
Stainless steel sector growth should be integrated in global value chain - SassdaArticle

The Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (Sassda) has said that it welcomes any and all beneficiation of South Africa's raw materials...

8 Aug 2018

Have your say on SEZ Act regulations
Have your say on SEZ Act regulationsArticle

The public has been invited to have their say on the draft regulations on the Governance and Composition of the Special Economic Zones Act...

8 Aug 2018

Instagram, the natural showcase for fashion and luxury
Instagram, the natural showcase for fashion and luxuryArticle

In a difficult economic context, the fashion industry, and even the long-reluctant luxury goods sector, have turned towards digital technology...

Valérie Moatti and Céline Abecassis-Moedas 6 Aug 2018

SA's new R14bn automotive plant is well underway
SA's new R14bn automotive plant is well underwayArticle

Automaker BAIC Group has announced that the full-scale production of its compact SUV, the BAIC X25 will commence in 2018 Q4...

30 Jul 2018

Strong China-SA ties opens up FDI, economic growth and job creation
Strong China-SA ties opens up FDI, economic growth and job creationArticle

Investment is a core facilitator of economic growth. From the developed to the developing world, increases in investments have immediate knock-on effects for GDP growth and socio-economic development...

Lyndsay van der Berg 19 Jul 2018

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