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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...

Statement on Arcelormittal South Africa

Government notes with disappointment the decision of ArcelorMittal South Africa’s (AMSA) to retrench nearly 1 000 workers across the company and to close the...

South Africa Nigeria Investment Conference

South Africa and Nigeria, the biggest economies on the continent, have both concluded elections and governments in both countries are, with a renewed mandate,...

Press Release: iEntrepreneur – a Week of Entrepreneurship at Wits

Johannesburg, 30 August, 2017 - Unemployment among the youth of South Africa has reached an ‘all time high’ and young people need to step...

Transnet: Ports still the best ‘Gateway into Africa’

Transnet Port Terminals is determined to optimise planning and co-operation with its sister divisions, as well as invest aggressively in new infrastructure and its people without breaking the bank, to gain a stronger regional presence in Africa, says the unit's chief executive, Karl Socikwa.

Play Your Part by saving electricity

save electricity thumbEskom is urging South Africans to help save electricity. Follow these simple steps at home and at work to help make a difference.

What makes South African cities competitive?

When it comes to their competitiveness, South Africa's biggest cities fare well against other emerging metros. But they have a tough battle to reach the same levels as some of the world's most developed regions. Yet Cape Town, Johannesburg, Nelson Mandela Bay and Durban have plenty of strengths in their favour.

What makes South African cities competitive?

When it comes to their competitiveness, South Africa's biggest cities fare well against other emerging metros. But they have a tough battle to reach the same levels as some of the world's most developed regions. Yet Cape Town, Johannesburg, Nelson Mandela Bay and Durban have plenty of strengths in their favour.

Transnet opens wagon maintenance facility in Northern Cape

State logistics company Transnet officially opened a R30-million wagon refurbishment facility in De Aar in South Africa's Northern Cape province on Monday, bringing new jobs and training opportunities to the small rural town.

Robots that can save miners’ lives

A dozen robots exploring deep in the platinum mines of the North West province to make sure conditions are safe sounds like something out of Isaac Asimov's Robot novels. But the idea is becoming a reality thanks to a team of South African robotics engineers at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.