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Market watchers remain cautious on the prospects for the South African economy, despite all domestic classes posting positive returns during April, a spike in government spending and the trade account returning to surplus in March.
“Despite the lower interest rates, the recovery in consumer spending is still fragile,” says BoE Private Clients Chief Investment Officer Daryll Owen.
Owen notes that all domestic asset classes posted positive returns during April, with equities…Continue
Added by Linda Larbie on May 31, 2011 at 3:01pm — No Comments
US-based Pentaho Corporation, are holding the Pentaho live seminar series, Fast Track BI in Johannesburg and Cape Town,on June 1 and 3, 2011. This half-day free seminar has helped companies around the world implement
Open source software and technologies are strongly backed by the South African government and have been steadily growing in acceptance in both the public and private sectors due to their efficiency and cost effectiveness. Gartner recently predicted, “Open-source…Continue
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The African economy is mainly based on agribusiness, oil, mining and in some parts: tourism. For really taking off economically, the continent has to develop competitive industries and services. In which branches can Africa be successful in the next two decades?…
As part of our marketing strategy we have joined quite a lot of business networks. Some of these our web-based and even more are physical meetings all over the Gauteng region of South Africa. We have found that nothing beats the face to face contacts. Actual business are being done between attendees and members of these groups.
One of the things that bothers me though is the lack of business opportunities - I am now talking about serious opportunities and not…Continue
Added by John Brandow on May 20, 2011 at 9:03am — No Comments
Sappi Southern Africa has entered into an exciting new phase of growth and development with the decision to go ahead with the expansion and modernisation of the Sappi Ngodwana mill, including the introduction of 210,000 tpa of chemical cellulose production at the mill. Sappi’s total production of chemical cellulose will increase to over a million tons per year, entrenching our position as the global…Continue
Added by Linda Larbie on May 19, 2011 at 4:37pm — No Comments
The project involves mining of manganese, processing of the ore into sinter and smelting of the sinter into alloy. The mining and processing operations are located in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province, while…Continue
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Unilever South Africa has been awarded fifth place in the Top 10 Large-Size Employers category. We have also been placed 11th in the overall Best Employer in South Africa category.
Best EmployersTM South Africa undertakes HR policy and practice benchmarking against international standards of HR excellence. Those participating companies that meet this standard of HR excellence are accredited as a Best Employer in South Africa. This year 76 companies…
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At the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town, Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs of South Africa Edna Molewa, Chairman of Nestlé and Chairman of the Water Resources Group Peter Brabeck-Letmathe announced today a Declaration of Partnership.
Recognizing the critical role that water plays as a catalyst for both economic growth and social development, the Department of Water…Continue
Added by Linda Larbie on May 5, 2011 at 2:22pm — No Comments
Sukuma Afrika is a public-private partnership, launched in 2007 between Africa…
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In bringing science alive in South Africa, Sasol, through the Sasol Inzalo Foundation is proud to be lead sponsor of the annual Scifest Africa. This sponsorship allows Sasol and the Foundation to continue to encourage the youth to embark on careers and become leaders in science, engineering and technology.
Grahamstown will be teeming with thousands of local and international visitors from 4 to 10 May, as the world of science comes together in a single place where ideas will…Continue
Added by Linda Larbie on May 5, 2011 at 1:49pm — No Comments
Visit our website for more information on this retail space that is available. We have numerous franchises on the premises. We also have franchise opportunities available.
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Visit our website for more information on this exciting opportunity.…Continue
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We focus our training on 2 main groups:…Continue
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