Trade and Investment
SMME MIC and Stellar Credit collaborate to tackle the Elephant in the SMME sector
Constitutional Hill was the perfect setting to host a breakfast debate on how SMME’s struggle to access finance, markets and business skills. With growing pessimism from
01 Jun 2016
Conferences New solutions for the global financial crisis
The 8th annual Smart Procurement World 2014 Conference is set to be held at the CTICC between the 5th and 7th of March will focus on how to get the best return on investments
09 Jan 2014 - Y. K.
Pharmaceuticals The challenges of the medicine industry
The pharmaceutical sector faces a multitude of challenges when taking into account the management of their facilities
12 Sep 2013 - N. C.
Trade blocs block African growth Experts say barriers have opposite effect
While Africa’s trade blocs were once designed to aid the growth of individual African economies, boost regional trade and stimulate socio-economic development, experts say these barriers are doing the opposite.
29 May 2013 - M. M.
Need for Consumer Goods and Services Ombud Empowering the consumer and protecting consumer rights
The newly established Consumer Goods and Services Ombud will serve as an effective platform by which issues of dispute between customers and service and product providers can come to an amicable conclusion
21 May 2013 - T. D.
The China Monitor: The BRICS Summit 2013 Centre for Chinese studies releases publication for BRICS Summit 2013
On the occasion of the upcoming BRICS Summit 2013 in Durban, the Centre for Chinese Studies at Stellenbosch University now presents a topical publication on the Africa policies of the BRICS members
22 Mar 2013 - D. P.
Africa: World's fastest growing economies The African lion is waking up
Africa has gone through a remarkable decade of economic transformation. Talks of new investment, new cities, new airports, new ports and new refineries all indicate that Africa is a growing lion
26 Feb 2013 - R. D.
Boost for business tourism International attention on SA's conferencing sector
With business tourism expected to inject R1.6 billion in the South African economy over the next five years, it is little wonder that this is the sector to watch as far as tourism-related growth is concerned.
24 Jan 2013 - K. G.
Labour unrest in SA More than just agricultural wage disputes in the Western Cape
Agri-SA, the agricultural trade association, has stated that farm wages should be negotiated at farm level, and that any decisions should be based on the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.
04 Dec 2012 - A. R.
Moving up in the world of trade According to a report conducted by the World Bank, trade in SA has improved markedly
South Africa has been acknowledged as the leading country in trade efficiency, after successfully implementing the customs modernisation programme
26 Nov 2012 - C. F.

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