Investment & Immigration

Investment & Immigration

South Africa is one of the most sophisticated, diverse and promising emerging markets in the world. Strategically located at the tip of the African continent, South Africa is a key investment location, both for the commercial opportunities within its borders and the potential it offers as a gateway to the rest of the continent - a market of some 1-billion people.

 

South African NGO ranks top 100 Non-Governmental Organisations in the world

South African Organisation receives ranking as one of the top 100 Non-Governmental Organisations in the world Brand South Africa’s partner Symphonia for South Africa, an...

Fund managers encouraged to finance Junior Miners in South Africa

“We are here at the 2018 Investing in African Mining Indaba to not only seek investment into our country, but also to harness the...

SA government promotes industry at Mining Indaba

The South African government is calling on potential investors to inject their resources in the local mining sector, saying that they can contribute throughout...

Boksburg company scores a double at national premier business awards

Thata Ubeke Manufacturing won both the Black Industrialist and Manufacturer Awards at the fifth annual South African Premier Business Awards. Johannesburg, 31 January 2018 -...
The Open Africa Initiative, founded by the Africa50 Global Shapers in May 2017, is making strides in its quest to advocate a better future for young Africans through increased intra-Africa trade.

Open Africa Initiative shines at Davos 2018

The Open Africa Initiative, a programme aimed at advancing the concept of intra-Africa economic and cultural integration – while boosting the continent's young entrepreneurs...
south african companies cut water use

South African companies do their bit to cut water use

Under level 6B water restrictions, the City of Cape Town limits residents to using 50 litres of water per person per day. Meanwhile, businesses...

Davos: New kids on the blockchain

With blockchain technology becoming more acceptable, the Global Blockchain Business Council hosted standing room-only events in Davos – a change from a year ago...
website career paths Thabiso Ramabida and Nimrod Dube

Website gives direction to career paths, tertiary institutions

Two entrepreneurs from Johannesburg have created a career research platform to enable learners to find information on what and where to study, and also...

Press release: Excellence to be rewarded at SA Premier Business Awards

The fifth edition of South African Premier Business Awards will not only celebrate business excellence but will also recognise those enterprises that promote the spirit...
Ludwick Marishane waterless bath

From the archives: South African develops ‘waterless bath’

Imagine taking a bath anywhere, at any time, without using the traditional method of water. It is now possible after young South African entrepreneur, Ludwick Marishane, developed a waterless product that allows people who have limited access to water to maintain their standards of hygiene.

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