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MEDIA INVITE: SOUTH AFRICA-KENYA TRADE AND INVESTMENT BUSINESS FORUM

  The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) will host the South Africa-Kenya Trade and Investment Business...

Infographic: African alliances help boost regional prosperity

Regional alliances of African countries have one goal in common: to increase economic cohesion and so improve the lives of citizens, as sovereign nations align their priorities to achieve a wider prosperity.

Denmark, South Africa to improve trade relations

Trade between Denmark and South Africa has been on the upsurge since 2009. To cement the good relations, Danish minister Mogens Jensen has committed to increase commerce between the two countries by 50%.

Denmark, South Africa to improve trade relations

Trade between Denmark and South Africa has been on the upsurge since 2009. To cement the good relations, Danish minister Mogens Jensen has committed to increase commerce between the two countries by 50%.

Africa’s resources key to unlocking its wealth

Speaking at a seminar organised by Brand South Africa and the Department of Trade and Industry, Andre Groenewald from the Department of International Relations said Africa's star was rising, as the continent's natural resources give it a competitive edge in the global economy.

Strong showing in global competitiveness

South Africa ranks at a respectable 53rd in the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report. It is second among the Brics countries, and many aspects of its financial sector are the best in the world.

Slow but steady: South Africa’s economy on the upward path

International economists predict steady growth in the South African economy over the next year, one sign that the country is increasingly competitive globally – and is attracting substantial interest from Chinese investors.

Cape to Cairo trade agreement to open African borders

African trade efficiency is set for a major boost when three regional economic communities sign an agreement in June to establish an enlarged free trade area encompassing 26 countries – roughly half of the member states of the African Union, stretching from Cape to Cairo.

South Africa launches Dube Trade Port

South Africa has officially launched a state-of-the-art, multi-billion rand cargo terminal, trade zone and agrizone - located between the two largest sea ports in the southern hemisphere - at the Dube Trade Port in La Mercy, KwaZulu-Natal.

Talks to launch African trade bloc

A free trade area among regions in Southern and Eastern Africa will be developed in the next three years to boost economic integration between at least 26 nations on the continent.
New bridge to boost African trade