The Future of Sustainability: Speed, Action, Attack – What Does Sustainability Need?
The world as we know it has changed. The global economy is in transition, and we are seeing the rise of sustainable products, Environmental,...
Brand South Africa partners with the Loeries
Brand South Africa’s Play Your Part won the Gold award for its non-English radio advert at the 39th annual Loeries awards, which took place...
Choice of company structures
Investors can employ a variety of legal business structures in South Africa, depending on the nature of the operation and the related tax and legal considerations. The most commonly adopted forms of doing business by foreign investors are private companies and branches.
Female and rural farmers focus of agro-processing conference
Insight into the training offered to emerging farmers at Buhle Farmers' Academy, as well as the potential of indigenous crops to bring food security...
Miller, Duminy overcome spirited Zim opposition
David Miller and JP Duminy shared a spectacular unbroken world record fifth-wicket partnershp of 256 to set the Proteas up for victory over Zimbabwe in their opening ICC Cricket World Cup match in New Zealand on Sunday.
Rob Davies: South Africa is open for business
"Government and society need to work in genuine partnership to pursue the country's current economic vision with conviction and vigour," writes trade and industry minister Rob Davies on the eve of the World Economic Forum in Davos. "In the meantime, South Africa needs to continue to send a message to the world that it is still very much open for business."
FNB, Silicon Cape partnership will boost SA business activity
A partnership deal between First National Bank (FNB) and non-profit organisation Silicon Cape will help boost business activity not only in Cape Town but in the rest of South Africa.
Maverick Awards to recognise under-35 business genius
The Maverick Awards aim to encourage dynamic young entrepreneurs to help drive South Africa’s job creation and economic growth. (Image: Brand South Africa) ...
PPC to enter Algerian cement market
South Africa's PPC is set to enter the Algerian cement market through a 49% acquisition of local company Hodna Cement. PPC, which is already building cement plants in three other African countries, is aiming to earn 40% of its revenues outside of South Africa by 2017, says CEO Ketso Gordhan.
Neville Godwin to coach Kevin Anderson
Former South African tennis star Neville Godwin has been approached by current South African number one Kevin Anderson, ranked 22nd in the world, to help take his game to the next level.