Minister Davies congratulates Invest SA on winning top UNCTAD Award
South Africa has won the top global award at the United Nations Investment Promotion Awards for its excellence in boosting investment sectors that have...
STATEMENT BY THE INTER-MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN INVESTMENT CONFERENCE 2018
DATE: 18 October 2018 Members of the media, I am pleased to announce that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be hosting the inaugural South Africa Investment Conference...
‘South Africa has investment opportunities across the economic spectrum’ SASOL CEO
Tsabeng Nthite – Sasol Limited Chief Executive Officer and Joint President Mr Bongani Nqwababa, joins the list of multinational CEOs who provide testimonials on...
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...
Investment incentives available in South Africa
South Africa offers various attractive investment incentives, targeted at specific sectors or types of business activities. Government assistance The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti)...
South Africa reports on energy investments
South Africa has reiterated its commitment to the development of the energy sector as one of the most vital keys to easing constraints to economic growth. The expansion of the nuclear energy will be implemented over the next decade, adding to the R83-billion already invested in Eskom.
Western companies look to Africa for investments
Western investors, facing stagnant economic growth at home, are looking to invest in African markets which promise high returns.
South Africa assists Indian Mars mission
The South African National Space Agency is taking part in India's first Mars operation by providing satellite tracking, telemetry and command services from its ground station in Hartebeesthoek north of Johannesburg.
Standard Bank expands into Cote d’Ivoire
South Africa's Standard Bank is to open a representative office in Cote d'Ivoire as the group seeks to expand its presence in Francophone West Africa. Africa's largest banking group by assets and earnings now has operations in 19 African countries.