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Tough at the top Difficult business climate, but trade conditions improve
The Business Confidence Index (BCI) for August 2019 declined to 89.1 from 92.0 in July 2019 —a decrease of 2.9 index points. It is exactly 1 index point above the lowest
18 Nov 2019
Business in a changing climate Impacts introduce new pressures and risks
Climate change is here, and it is already impacting on business in South Africa. These impacts are set to intensify as the climate, as well as social and regulatory pressures
18 Nov 2019
Angola opens up Privatisation programme offers extensive opportunities
On 5 August this year, Angola made public its eagerly awaited privatisation programme (PROPRIV). An important part of the economic reforms contemplated by the new Angolan
18 Nov 2019
Artisans of the future Skills 2.0 – the face of the South African artisan in the digital revolution
Sean Jones, managing director of the Artisan Training Institute (ATI) recalls debates in the 1980s about whether artisans would still be in demand in the new millennium.
18 Nov 2019
Growing talent Women are breaking down barriers in forestry
The association of humanity with trees dates back to the earliest human origins, making forestry one of the oldest forms of agriculture. One of forestry’s most persistent
18 Nov 2019
SA’s Job Market Odd-Job App to Revolutionise SA’s Job Market
South Africa’s unemployment rate is at its highest in over a decade[ii],  with  6,7 million people now being unemployed. Since the second quarter of 2019, the
12 Nov 2019
BBQ Awards 2020 Presents... Tumi Morake "The Queen of Comedy" to host the BBQ Awards 2020
South Africa’s First Lady of Comedy, Tumi Morake, will be hosting the upcoming BBQ Awards on March 13 at Emperors Palace. Tumi was the first woman to host Comedy Central on
30 Oct 2019
Ndlovu Youth Choir to Perform at 2020 BBQ Awards A glittering showcase of popping pizazz and world-class South African success
AFRICA REIGNS SUCCESS. They have brought tears of overwhelming joy to over a million pairs of eyes. They have provoked knee-bouncing, toe-tapping, foot-stomping and enthused
16 Oct 2019
South Africa should open the door wider for renewables By Maxine Ghavi, Group Senior Vice President and Head of Grid Edge Solutions Product Group, ABB
South Africa’s advanced industrial and financial sectors, together with its abundant natural resources, have contributed in making it the second largest economy in Africa.
09 Oct 2019


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