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Fast facts on investing in South Africa

South Africa’s sophisticated banking system, diverse manufacturing base and wealth of natural resources make it one of the best emerging market investment destinations. Its...

We must teach children how to be entrepreneurs

South Africa must teach innovation and entrepreneurship to schoolchildren; in the new world of work, problem solvers, collaborators and flexible creative thinkers will be...

Minister Davies To Announce Winners of 4th Annual South African Premier Business Awards

Minister of Trade and Industry Dr Rob Davies will tomorrow announce the winners of the 4th Annual South African Premier Business Awards at the...
Africans doing business with Africans: conference explores continent's trade potential

Africans doing business with Africans: conference explores continent’s trade potential

Improving trade and investment between African countries is key to enticing greater overseas investment into the continent, according to the recent Tshwane International Trade and Infrastructure Investment Conference.
DTI incentive helps abalone farmer meet demand

DTI incentive helps abalone farmer meet demand

A company that farms abalone in Hermanus in the Western Cape, exports 275 tons of abalone a year to the Far East. Using funds from a Department of Trade and Industry aquaculture incentive, Abagold will soon push up exports to 500 tons, creating more than 100 new jobs in the process.

Small businesses compete for seat on UK plane

Up and coming businesses are in the final leg of the selection process for the Medo International Trade Programme, which will take them on a steep learning curve in the United Kingdom. On the trip, they will be exposed to what it takes to be a world-class player in a competitive field.

Filming incentives grow South African movie industry

South Africa has gained international recognition as a movie shooting locale of choice; now, incentives lowering production and post-production costs for local and international moviemakers are boosting the industry's profits.

DTI destroys 'unsafe' goods worth R8m

DTI destroys ‘unsafe’ goods worth R8m

In an ongoing bid to protect South African consumers - and producers - from sub- standard products and unfair competition, the Department of Trade and Industry this week oversaw the destruction of more than 300 000 non-compliant products, seized during raids at three different ports.

Africa’s resources key to unlocking its wealth

Speaking at a seminar organised by Brand South Africa and the Department of Trade and Industry, Andre Groenewald from the Department of International Relations said Africa's star was rising, as the continent's natural resources give it a competitive edge in the global economy.

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‘Huge potential’ in SA’s agro-processing industry, says DTI.

The R49-billion agro-processing sector has the potential to make a big dent in both South Africa's trade deficit and its unemployment figures, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said during a meeting with CEOs of the country's food processing industry on the weekend.

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