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South Africa’s macro-economic environment is resilient and we are open for business

• Our prudent fiscal management and monetary policies have created macroeconomic stability. • According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index 2015/16, South Africa improved by...
Zuma assigns ministers to deal with xenophobic attacks

Stability returns to South Africa

South Africa is calm again after recent xenophobic violence in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, according to the inter-ministerial task team on migration. Operation Fiela has cracked down on crime, with thousands arrested. Also, almost 6 000 foreign nationals have been voluntarily repatriated.
SA brings 'unique attributes' to BRICS

BRICS ‘can contribute to African stability’

The BRICS alliance has the potential to further peace and stability on the African continent, Higher Education and Training Minister Blade Nzimande said during the 5th BRICS Academic Forum in Durban on Monday.
SA fares well in emerging markets study

Thumbs-up for SA financial stability

South Africa's move to a "twin peaks" model of regulation will boost the country's resilience and further stabilize its financial system, the Swiss-based Financial Stability Board says in its peer review of South Africa.
GDP growth beats expectations

Business, labour ‘must ensure stability’

South African President Jacob Zuma has called on business and labour to work together to create a climate of constructive social dialogue in order to ensure "shop floor peace" and stability in the country.

Africa Dialogue 2012: Turning ideas into economic success

Sun City, 11 April 2012: In his opening address at the 4th International Trade and Investment Conference, President Jacob Zuma has reiterated the role that South Africa has played and continues to play, in Africa’s growth. Highlighting Africa’s achievements in the last decade, President Zuma also brought the delegates’ attention to the indisputable fact that Africa is a growing continent that offers the international community high returns on investment; and is now best suited to broader regional integration.

Is Africa misbranded?

Nation brands are difficult to get right. When it comes to Africa, the branding of the continent is particularly one-sided. It is easy to mistake one of the world's most disparate and compelling continents as an impoverished, war-riddled charity case that is best to avoid.