Press Release: South Africa hard at work at WEF Davos

South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will today Wednesday 18 January 2017 lead a senior government, labour and business delegation to the second day...

Responsible leadership the agenda at Davos

With the global political and economic landscape changing rapidly, the World Economic Forum is urging global leaders to be more responsive and responsible. South...

South Africa’s message to the world from Davos

The World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting is around the corner, starting on 17 January. We take a look at South Africa’s message from...

South Africans going to WEF in Davos

The World Economic Forum annual meeting takes place in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland from 17 to 20 January. South Africa’s delegation includes people from the government,...

Leaders gather for 47th World Economic Forum in Davos

For over 40 years, the World Economic Forum has brought together global leaders in government, civil society and business. This year’s annual meeting in...
rural farmers buhle farmers academy

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...

South Africa speaks at International IT Forum

South Africa participated in the VIII International IT Forum, the first time it took part in the annual gathering. Held over two days on...

Grab your chance: June 16 Youth Expo in Johannesburg

"They shot at us; we fought back by throwing stones and using dustbin lids to block bullets which unfortunately went through and killed some...
Mvelaphanda moves into platinum

South Africa plans platinum economic zone

"If your existing customers are buying less of your product, and they are paying less for it, the smart thing to do, among other things, is to seek new uses for your product." Rob Davies, minister of trade and industry, says the country is looking towards beneficiation for its platinum riches.
South Africa looks to mining's future

South Africa looks to mining’s future

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane opened the Investing in African Mining Indaba this morning on a sombre note, saying it comes when mining is in its "winter season". But said he had met one on one with stakeholders and was certain there were ways they could revive the industry.

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