The Johannesburg Stock Exchange Leads by Example

CEOs Know Campaign: The Johannesburg Stock Exchange Tsabeng Nthite – Inspired by the need to build a positive  reputation for South Africa, Brand South Africa...

CEOs Know: The Petroleum Sector’s Contribution to South Africa’s Economy

Chairman of Shell South Africa on the Petroleum Sector’s Significant Contribution to South Africa’s Economy Tsabeng Nthite – According to the South African Petroleum Industry...

President Cyril Ramaphosa investment drive for the country

President Cyril Ramaphosa has successfully secured £50M (R857M) funding from the United Kingdom(UK) to help South Africa improve its business environment, making it more...

South Africa ranks 2/115 in the 2017 OBS

Johannesburg, Tuesday 27 March 2018 –  Brand South Africa welcomes South Africa’s Performance in the 2017 Open Budget Survey (OBS) Index. South Africa ranks...

Toyota SA explains their continued investment into South Africa

Toyota South Africa Motors CEO explains their continued investment into South Africa   By Tsabeng Nthite – South Africa’s vehicle market remains the biggest in Africa, accounting...

Brand South Africa launches the CEOs Know Campaign

Brand South Africa launches the CEOs Know Campaign Johannesburg, Monday 05 March 2018 –  Inspired by the need to build a positive  reputation for...

Full text: South Africa’s 2018 budget speech

Honourable Speaker Mister President, Cabinet Colleagues and Deputy Ministers Governor of the Reserve Bank, MECs of Finance Fellow South Africans. Ndi masiari Sanibonani Molweni Goeie...

Boksburg company scores a double at national premier business awards

Thata Ubeke Manufacturing won both the Black Industrialist and Manufacturer Awards at the fifth annual South African Premier Business Awards. Johannesburg, 31 January 2018 -...

Open Africa Initiative shines at Davos 2018

The Open Africa Initiative, a programme aimed at advancing the concept of intra-Africa economic and cultural integration – while boosting the continent's young entrepreneurs...

South African companies do their bit to cut water use

Under level 6B water restrictions, the City of Cape Town limits residents to using 50 litres of water per person per day. Meanwhile, businesses...