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NJ Ayuk, executive chairman, African Energy Chamber
LNG projects could transform Mozambique - if Western environmentalists don't interfereArticle

When Anadarko Petroleum Corp. confirmed last year it would be constructing a $20bn liquified natural gas (LNG) plant in Mozambique, this was major news...

NJ Ayuk 11 hours ago

Sell fast - there's another real estate slowdown on the way
Sell fast - there's another real estate slowdown on the wayArticle

If you're a home seller, you should absolutely not withdraw your property from the market now in the hopes of selling it at a higher price next year...

Berry Everitt 15 Sep 2020

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6 words to guide you on your B2B content marketing journeyArticle

There are millions of companies buying products and services in SA. While B2B marketing has its own methods, it pays to remember there's a real person making those business decisions. New Media B2B GM Dev Naidoo and Swipe iX MD Leo Redelinghuys talk digitalisation without audience alienation...

Dev Naidoo and Leo Redelinghuys 14 Sep 2020

There's never been a better time to be in the sale of IT
There's never been a better time to be in the sale of ITArticle

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times". For many in the tech industry, this famous line from the 19th century describes exactly what it's like selling IT in 2020...

Adrian Futcher & Gordon Fairlie 7 Sep 2020

Can Huawei survive the US sanctions?
Can Huawei survive the US sanctions?Article

"A deadly blow to the Chinese tech champion" is how CNN described the sanctions announced on August 17 by the US Commerce Department...

Jean-Paul Michel Larçon 3 Sep 2020

Sale price of Burger King SA renegotiated due to impact of Covid-19
Sale price of Burger King SA renegotiated due to impact of Covid-19Article

Grand Parade Investments has renegotiated the terms of the sale of its Burger King SA licence, after the Covid-19 pandemic and related lockdown shaved off R100m in value...

31 Jul 2020

Chris Yelland
Renewables investors and municipalities must give ground to resolves SA's electricity crisisArticle

At a recent European Union-facilitated webinar into the generation of electricity by private sector and individuals, which I moderated, many attendees lamented the charges that municipalities levy on individuals and businesses that had, or were interested in, generating their own electricity. ..

Chris Yelland 6 Jul 2020

Discovery, Liberty and "group wrong"
Discovery, Liberty and "group wrong"Article

Discovery Ltd (Discovery) is the sole shareholder of two companies: Discovery Life and Discovery Vitality (all three parties were the applicants). Discovery Life offers insurance and related cover, while Discover Vitality is primarily a wellness and rewards programme...

Clea Rawlins 11 May 2020

The next decade of digital marketing
The next decade of digital marketingArticle

The digital marketing landscape looked very different 10 years ago. Instagram didn't exist and neither did voice assistants. AI, AR and VR were science fiction concepts...

Jessica Barrella 19 Feb 2020

#BFGlobal500: Amazon breaks $200bn mark, still world's most valuable brand
#BFGlobal500: Amazon breaks $200bn mark, still world's most valuable brandArticle

Amazon makes history as the first brand in Brand Finance Global 500 ranking to exceed $200bn value mark and retains title of world's most valuable brand for the third consecutive year...

22 Jan 2020

Doug Place is the chief marketing officer: Africa, Middle East, South Asia. Image supplied.
#BizTrends2020: A strongly resonant brand proposition is more important now than ever beforeArticle

In 2020, brands with vague and ephemeral brand positioning are unlikely to win the hearts of those they are speaking to - no one will understand what the brand is selling, who they're selling it to and why anyone should buy it...

Doug Place 9 Jan 2020

FIPP Insight Award presented to Julia Raphaely by James Hewes, FIPP and Ruud van den Berg, UPM. Image source: .
2019 FIPP World Media Congress: Highlights and key insightsArticle

Julia Raphaely, CEO of Associated Media Publishing shares highlights of the 2019 FIPP World Media Congress, held in Las Vegas last month...

Julia Raphaely 13 Dec 2019

Survival 101: Key steps for the first year in business
Survival 101: Key steps for the first year in businessArticle

Starting a business is one of the toughest challenges a person can face....

Alexander Moiseev 2 Dec 2019

Is property co-ownership the answer when times are tough?
Is property co-ownership the answer when times are tough?Article

Co-ownership is becoming increasingly common in South Africa as it is a great way for multiple people to invest in property...

1 Nov 2019

Do you have what it takes to be a landlord?
Do you have what it takes to be a landlord?Article

Six essential character attributes that you will need, to become an effective landlord...

Issued by Private Property South Africa 21 Oct 2019

#StartupStory: Go green with Sneaker LAB
#StartupStory: Go green with Sneaker LABArticle

With a global movement towards consciousness and sustainability becoming more apparent, more brands are looking to biotech as a solution...

Evan-Lee Courie 4 Oct 2019

Tiso Blackstar Group sells media, broadcast and content businesses
Tiso Blackstar Group sells media, broadcast and content businessesArticle

Tiso Blackstar Group has announced selling its media, broadcast and content businesses in South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya to Lebashe Investment Group for R1,5bn...

28 Jun 2019

Jessica Ground, head of sustainability at Schroders
The good, the bad and the ugly of short sellingArticle

The short sale reporting and disclosure framework proposed by the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) intends to tighten the regulations around short selling in South Africa...

19 Jun 2019

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Cruising turns mainstream in AfricaArticle

Rand pricing on the horizon as holidaying from Africa evolves...

Nick Wilkinson 18 Jun 2019

How technology could help rural South Africa turn sunshine into income
How technology could help rural South Africa turn sunshine into incomeArticle

The way energy is produced and distributed is changing rapidly as the industry moves away from carbon-based energy production...

Thomas Wolfgang Thurner 3 Jun 2019

Sellers' reputations in e-retail markets: do they matter?
Sellers' reputations in e-retail markets: do they matter?Article

The volume of online sales has skyrocketed over the last 10 years, taking up larger and larger shares of total retail sales. E-retail sales account now for 10.2% of all retail sales worldwide...

Fabrizio Casalin 9 Apr 2019

#SeamlessSA: How Ramona Kasavan is taking Mimi Women to the rest of Africa
#SeamlessSA: How Ramona Kasavan is taking Mimi Women to the rest of AfricaArticle

Ramona Kasavan is taking over Africa one sanitary towel at a time. She started her company, Mimi Women, after seeing large numbers of girls missing school over their monthly menses...

Maroefah Smith 14 Mar 2019

A decade down the line. Banking evolution accelerates in 2019
A decade down the line. Banking evolution accelerates in 2019Article

Ten years after the global banking crisis, 2019 looks like it could be a year of tipping points in the evolution of the industry globally...

21 Feb 2019

#BizTrends2019: The state we are in
#BizTrends2019: The state we are inArticle

The year 2020 is seen as a landmark for various global policy and technology developments, even as the world struggles to recalibrate from the political, economic and socio-cultural upheavals of 2018...

Dion Chang, Khumo Theko 7 Jan 2019

Mary Quant with Vidal Sassoon, 1964. Photograph by Ronald Dumont, Image courtesy of V&A Museum
Mary Quant: Fashion's inspirational icon for the #metoo eraArticle

Tickets have just gone on sale for the V&A London's Mary Quant exhibition, which opens its doors on 6 April 2019. The timing, whether through luck or curatorial savvy, feels perfect...

Jenny Gilbert 12 Dec 2018

Tether is one popular stablecoin option, currently worth US$1. Akarat Phasura/Shutterstock
Bitcoin's successor? More consistent values might make 'stablecoins' a safer cryptocurrency optionArticle

Bitcoin has plunged from a high of almost US$20,000 in December 2017 to as low as US$3,675...

Greg Paul 12 Dec 2018

SA pre-owned luxury retailer extends service across southern Africa
SA pre-owned luxury retailer extends service across southern AfricaArticle

South African pre-owned luxury retailer, Luxity, will be extending its offering across the southern African region, into Namibia, Zambia, Angola and Botswana...

30 Oct 2018

Matt Ross of King James Digital presenting at the Red & Yellow School's #DigitalAgencyShowcase. Image via Red & Yellow School .
#DigitalAgencyShowcase: The power of timing in creative ideasArticle

In the final session of Red & Yellow's Digital Agency Showcase, Matt Ross, founder and CCO at King James Digital, shared a presentation that touched on the power of sharing ideas in the right time and place, presented from his iPhone...

Leigh Andrews 26 Oct 2018

Salt River market along Voortrekker Road is located on two MyCiTi bus routes and alongside Salt River Rail Station, a site that councillor Brett Herron has said “is the perfect location for a higher density mixed use, mixed-income development in the inner city”. Photo: 2018 Google map / 2018 AfriGis (Pty) Ltd
Cape Town City Council delays decision on social housing projectArticle

CEO of Communicare Anthea Houston said of the delay, "This is a set back for those in need of affordable housing opportunities in the city ... It would be huge loss to Cape Town if they pull out now."

Aidan Jones 26 Oct 2018

Big tech dominates cloud computing - at the expense of AI innovation?
Big tech dominates cloud computing - at the expense of AI innovation?Article

In the market for computing services, Amazon Web Services (AWS) reigns supreme. As of April this year, AWS has held onto a 33% market share in cloud computing for the previous three years...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 17 Oct 2018

A multi-million rand African skincare business built from Marula oil
A multi-million rand African skincare business built from Marula oilArticle

Portia Mngomezulu, founder of Portia M Skin Solutions, has been awarded Pick n Pay's 2018 Small Supplier of the Year award for her business' exceptional growth performance and job creation...

28 Aug 2018

Shifting gears in the second-hand car market
Shifting gears in the second-hand car marketArticle

Fuel prices are up, the cost of living is on the rise, and yet your dream car might be more accessible than ever...

3 Aug 2018

Car-sharing apps are actually quite vulnerable to cyberattacks
Car-sharing apps are actually quite vulnerable to cyberattacksArticle

Kaspersky Lab researchers have examined the security of 13 car-sharing applications, developed by major manufacturers from different markets which have been downloaded over one million times...

25 Jul 2018

#FairnessFirst: Seeing red over the 'pink tax' problem
#FairnessFirst: Seeing red over the 'pink tax' problemArticle

'Pink tax' has been doing the rounds for decades. Here's why consumers are seeing red about paying more for anything sold to females...

Leigh Andrews 5 Jul 2018

Bongani Chinkanda
Marketing to the next generation at the speed of cultureArticle

Bongani Chinkanda, CEO of HDI Youth Marketeers, the agency that conducts the research for the Sunday Times Generation Next study, released last week, provided an overview at the conference, which took place on Thursday, 14 June at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg...

Jessica Tennant 21 Jun 2018

ACA announces board of directors for 2018/2019
ACA announces board of directors for 2018/2019Article

The Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA) elected its new board of directors for the 2018/2019 fiscal during its 71st Annual General Meeting...

15 Jun 2018

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ACA sells AAA School of Advertising stake to RichfieldArticle

The Association for Communication and Advertising NPC (ACA) has announced that it is selling its shareholding in the AAA School of Advertising (AAA) to Richfield Holdings...

11 Jun 2018

Generic medicines - The cost-effective copycat
Generic medicines - The cost-effective copycatArticle

A hundred-million prescriptions are filled for generic medicines in South Africa per annum. This equates to 78% of the generics market opting for a far more cost-effective drug...

Issued by Bonitas 29 May 2018

12 top young African tech leaders of tomorrow
12 top young African tech leaders of tomorrowArticle

Africa is fast becoming a key global tech market, and many of the tech leaders of tomorrow are emerging from the continent with Africa's international ambitions and potential firmly in their grasp...

Peter Pedroncelli 24 Apr 2018

Jumia identifies five trends in Ghanaian mobile industry
Jumia identifies five trends in Ghanaian mobile industryArticle

Jumia's recent Ghana Mobile Report highlights some key elements in the country's mobile industry as well as a few challenges and ways to solve them...

16 Apr 2018

Investors seek property funds with specialisation
Investors seek property funds with specialisationArticle

Investors are seeking more exposure to property funds that offer some level of specialisation, says Evan Robins of Old Mutual Investment Group...

Alistair Anderson 13 Mar 2018

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Cobalt prices soar, but Congo's small miners see little of the gainArticle

KOLWEZI - In global markets the price of cobalt, a mineral used in batteries for high-tech products from iPhones to Tesla electric cars, has nearly tripled to $81,500 a tonne in two years...

23 Feb 2018

Boris Dzhingarov
Drip coffee maker; one of the best business ideas for AfricaArticle

Many people feel like it's difficult to thrive if you live in Africa. If you ever thought of starting a business in Africa, then here are a few suggestions for you to try out...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 8 Feb 2018

January disease kills 2,000 cattle
January disease kills 2,000 cattleArticle

At least 2,000 cattle have died in Zimbabwe of January disease, also known as Theileriosis - a tick-borne disease common between December and March...

Elita Chikwati 30 Jan 2018

Norman Mbazima, deputy chairman, Anglo American South Africa
Anglo sells New Largo coal projectArticle

Anglo American is selling its holdings in New Largo coal operations to an empowerment company for R850m...

29 Jan 2018

#BizTrends2018: The ever-changing consumer
#BizTrends2018: The ever-changing consumerArticle

In order for businesses to strive and even survive in many instances, it is vital that they take on a 'human-centered' approach to every aspect of their business and invest more time and effort on truly trying to understand their customers...

Dave Nemeth 3 Jan 2018

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