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African products sold online to fight malaria

Buying a pair of shweshwe pyjama pants – they come in five Afro-inspired colours – will help to keep families in Mozambique safe from malaria. The idea is that making a difference is as easy as sleeping, says Goodbye Malaria. Cash raised is used for spraying homes to kill Anopheles mosquitoes.


South African products, services on show in Maputo

A delegation of South African companies has begun showcasing their products and services at the 50th Maputo International Trade Fair, which got under way in the Mozambican capital on Monday.
'Buy local

‘Buy local, support job creation’

Buying goods and products made in South Africa will go a long way towards creating jobs and growing the economy, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said at the launch of the Buyback SA Campaign in Johannesburg on Tuesday.

‘Shelf-help guide’ to buying local

 By Anne Taylor 13 November 2013Want to buy local, but don't know how? Ute Kuhlmann has put together a "South Africa's first shelf-help guide", listing more...
Go-ahead for BRICS development bank

Value-added trade on BRICS agenda

Value-added trade and its role in transforming Africa from a "source of raw materials" into a key player in the global economy will be high on the agenda at the first BRICS Business Council meeting starting in Johannesburg on Tuesday, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.
SA private equity breaks R100bn mark

‘Green partnership’ call to business

South African President Jacob Zuma, addressing the World Climate Business Summit on Green Business Generation in Durban on Saturday, called on business to partner with the country and the continent in creating a "greener", sustainable future.
2010 and the craft of the possible

2010 and the craft of the possible

Sicelo Ziqubu's papier-mache thrones are being snapped up. Wallace Marino is using wire and beads to craft his 2010 stadiums. Peter Malherbe is building his out of matchsticks ... South African and African crafters have started thinking "outside the box" in order to take advantage of the first football World Cup to come to the continent.
American rail firm expands in SA

American rail firm expands in SA

US-based railroad equipment and services company Wabtec Corporation is expanding its presence in South Africa by establishing two joint ventures to manufacture, supply and service its products in the region.
Nestle to invest R300m in SA

Nestle to invest R300m in SA

Nestle plans to invest a further R300-million in South Africa over the next three years, and to extend its business in southern and eastern Africa, the local arm of the Swiss-based food giant announced on the eve of its 90th anniversary in the country.

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