Business and industry

Bumper export for Mercedes Benz

In a reassuring sign for South Africa's automotive industry, East London-based Mercedes Benz has shipped over 2 600 locally built C-Class cars to the United States - its largest consignment since November 2008.

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Did you know that South Africa ranks first in the world for its regulation of securities exchanges? That the country offers the lowest cost of living for expats? That the South African rand is the second-best global performer against the US dollar? And that we rank fourth out of the world’s 66 developing nations? Find out more about what makes South Africa such an attractive investment destination.

SANBio empowering female owned bio-businesses

SANBio empowering female owned bio-businesses This year, International Women’s Day shared a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity under the campaign theme...

Rand Show: family fun, shop fest

The Rand Show has been hailed as the most consistently successful consumer exhibition in Africa. The organisers reckon up to half a million people will turn up for this year's event - and they've lined up a stunning range of entertainment and shopping opportunities for visitors.

SA, Tunisia forge closer ties

President Thabo Mbeki has wrapped up a two-day visit to Tunisia with the signing of three cooperation agreements on jobs, culture and health.

Sasol introduces LP Gas for homes

South African petrochemical giant Sasol is expanding its market offering by introducing liquid petroleum gas reticulation from bulk on-site tanks as an alternative energy option for local housing developers.

Press release: Excellence to be rewarded at SA Premier Business Awards

The fifth edition of South African Premier Business Awards will not only celebrate business excellence but will also recognise those enterprises that promote the spirit...

WATCH: South Africa is open for business

At the 2017 World Economic Forum on Africa conference in Durban, Brand South Africa’s message to the continent is that South Africa remains an...

Pick n Pay ups Zimbabwe investment

South Africa's Pick n Pay is spending US$13-million to take its shareholding in Zimbabwean supermarket chain TM Supermarkets to 49%, in a bid to exploit the improving economic climate in Zimbabwe while furthering its African expansion strategy.

Good times in SA: Financial Times

Describing South Africa as "a country enjoying the benefits of high commodity prices, solid growth and low interest rates", a special report by London's influential Financial Times has expressed qualified praise for SA's economic successes.