South Africa supports calls for global co-operation to boost trade and address economic challenges...

Johannesburg, South Africa – 23 January 2023: The 53rd Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, concluded on Friday, 20...
Africa must invest in infrastructure

Africa must invest in infrastructure

Investment in infrastructure must be a priority for Africa if it is to achieve double-digit economic growth, Prof Jeffrey Sachs tells delegates at the Third Financing for Development Conference. They have gathered to set the new financing architecture for a new global partnership.

Africa urged to invest in artists as visionaries

Artists and the economy was discussed on the second day of the fourth African Union Pan-African Cultural Congress, with speakers calling on governments and private sector leaders to invest in the arts and heritage as a means of uniting Africa through its diversity.

Visitors unpack Tshwane 2055

A GROUP of foreign correspondents are in South Africa as guests of Brand South Africa, which is using the opportunity to raise the country’s profile in the foreign media and drive a positive message of change in the republic.

Invest in South Africa

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South Africa’s great chocolate rivalry

The South African chocolate market is valued at more than R3-billion, and growing at an estimated 3% per annum. And the Eastern Cape can boast more than its fair share of this success, with the country's only Cadbury and Nestle chocolate factories situated in the province.

Chancen: Kernbereiche

Geschaftsmoglichkeiten sind in Sudafrika's Wirtschaft zahlreich, mit einer Anzahl von Bereichen mit besonders hohem Wachstums- und Investitionsportential.

IDC boosts SA’s biofuel industry

South Africa's Industrial Development Corporation is planning to invest in at least five projects for the production of fuel-grade ethanol, a result of the high rating the corporation has given to the long-term development of the country's biofuels industry.

Africa to act on aviation safety

Africa's aviation regulators are set to take action against airlines and operators that violate air safety measures on the continent, says African Civil Aviation Commission head Tshepo Peege.

Blair unveils ‘bold’ Africa report

President Thabo Mbeki has expressed confidence that the world's rich nations will implement the proposals contained in the ambitious Commission for Africa report released by British Prime Minister Tony Blair in London on Friday.