South Africa's financial services sector, backed by a sound regulatory and legal framework, is sound and sophisticated, boasting dozens of domestic and foreign institutions providing a full range of services.
South Africa's Top 50 most valuable brands in 2017 were announced on 26 July 2017, and telecommunications giant MTN topped the list second year...
South has an established, diversified manufacturing base that has shown its resilience and potential to compete in the global economy.
French multinational Total has begun drilling for South Africa's first deep-water well, south of Mossel Bay, giving fresh impetus to the country's nascent oil and gas industry at a time when the eyes of investors in the sector are shifting further down Africa's coastline.
The key sectors that keep South Africa's economic engine running are finance, real estate and business services, general government services, as well as trade,...
The leader of information and communication technology development in Africa, South Africa is the 20th largest consumer of IT products and services in the world.
South Africa's scenic beauty, magnificent outdoors, sunny climate, cultural diversity and reputation for delivering value for money have made it one of the world's fastest growing leisure - and business - travel destinations.
South Africa's dual agricultural economy covers both commercial and subsistence production. A diversity of climates allows for effective farming of a range of crops and livestock, and the country is not only self-sufficient in most major agricultural products, but is also a net food exporter.
South Africa's chemicals industry, including fuel and plastics fabrication as well as pharmaceuticals, is the largest of its kind in Africa, and has been identified by the government as a key driver of economic growth.
South Africa's automotive industry is a global, turbo-charged engine for the manufacture and export of vehicles and components. The sector accounts for almost 12% of South Africa's manufacturing exports, making it a crucial cog in the economy.
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