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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.
Sound regulatory and business support programmes make South Africa your preferred investment destination
• South Africa has a diversified economic base and an economy that offers world class business services in areas such as information and communication technology,...
Nuclear power is definitely on the agenda for South Africa, and the country will begin its nuclear buy programme later this year. In preparation, it has started a training programme with a number of other countries, with a group of students already studying in China.
KwaZulu-Natal plans to spend just more than R12-billion on infrastructure projects across the province this year. Schools, hospitals, roads and housing will all get a cash injection to enable construction of much-needed facilities and catalytic projects.
In just one year, the financial benefits for South Africa from using renewable energy sources totalled R5.3-billion, exceeding the costs of wind and solar projects by almost R1-billion, an independent study by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research has found.
The African continent is experiencing significant growth in mobile money transaction and payment solutions, despite some regulatory bodies being slow in adapting financial inclusion policies as required by their governments.
Africas current economic growth is providing impetus for South African financial services provider FirstRand to invest in real property across the continent.
Minister of International Relations and Co-operation, Maite Nkoana-MashabaneNext week will see the leaders of China, India, Brazil, Russia and South Africa gather in Fortaleza,...
Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, in Johannesburg on Monday for the C40 Cities Mayors Summit, announced a $10-million initiative to support pan-African business and financial journalism, focusing initially on Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.
Crime in South Africa is at its lowest level in 15 years, having dropped by 38% since its peak in the 2002/03 financial year, according to the latest crime index from global analytics company IHS.