economy

From brain drain to brain gain

From brain drain to brain gain   Why South African expats are returning home   Globally, the migration of people living in other countries, rather than their country...

The Future of African Filmmaking Takes Centre stage at the 74TH Berlinale: European Film...

By: Roxanne Francis     Our film industry has been dubbed “Africa’s most globally integrated and diversified economy” and it’s easy to see why. The recognition and...

A bold new future for African Mining at the 2024 Mining Indaba.

It’s always amazing to witness the growth of an idea that began with a small audience that eventually grew to an even greater community...

Empowering township youth through software development skills

According to tech landscape experts, 500 billion devices will be connected to the internet globally by 2030. With this prediction alone, the demand for...
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TEAM SA TO FLY THE FLAG FOR 30 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY IN DAVOS

Delegation to participate in WEF discussions on investment, Africa’s development, and the Just Energy Transition.   Johannesburg, 11 January 2024 | South Africa will fly its...

South Africa’s Response to the Outcomes of the Dubai Climate Change Conference COP28

13 December 2023   South Africa welcomes the landmark decision to adopt a Global Goal on Adaptation here at the COP 28 at the Dubai Climate...

Wits ARM Partnership 2023 (PYP) CM

Wits University and the African Rainbow Minerals spearhead a research collaboration between the Mining and Education sectors in South Africa.   What we often view as...

PRESS STATEMENT: UPDATE ON GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS COLLABORATION

President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday convened the bi-monthly meeting with members of Cabinet and senior business leaders for an update on progress to address key...

A celebration of entrepreneurial stars at the 2nd National Presidential SMMEs & Co-operatives Awards...

Many people wonder unto themselves, what would the South African economic landscape look like without the brave people who go off the beaten path...

A SOCIAL COMPACT FOR CITIZENS IN PUTHADITJHABA

By Kagiso Bonoko   The Free State and the Eastern Cape provinces had the highest unemployment rate in 2022 with 47.8% and 41.6% respectively. Thabo Mufutsanyana...