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Nation branding strategies for addressing credit ratings downgrades

Members of the South African business community, including economists and banking representatives, attended a discussion forum facilitated by Brand South Africa to find solutions...

Press release: South Africa ranked among top countries for FDI and remains an attractive...

Brand South Africa welcomes South Africa’s performance in the 2017 A.T. Kearney Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index, as well as in the Africa...

The Small Business Handbook gives guidance to aspiring entrepreneurs

An international businesswoman, consultant and mentor, Nokwazi Mzobe is playing her part and sharing her deep experience with current and aspiring South African entrepreneurs...

Infographic: Budget 2017 in numbers

A new tax bracket for the super rich, a sugar tax and an increase in the tax threshold for lower income earners: Pravin Gordhan's...

Summit explores Japan’s role in developing Africa’s ‘great economic potential’

The fourth Japan Summit, hosted by Brand South Africa in Sandton this week, highlighted the importance of trade between South Africa and Japan and...

South African economic Ministers advance the position of the global South in BRICS trade...

New Delhi, Friday 14 October 2016 – Ministers of Trade and Industry Dr Rob Davies and Small Business Development, Ms Lindiwe Zulu today wrap...

Brexit: How can Africa benefit?

Africa may benefit from Brexit, but it must be through technological advancement and not through its commodities.Britain voting to leave the European Union...
International film productions boost South African economy

International film productions boost South African economy, skills, says DTI

The international film industry has spent R15-billion on productions in South Africa since 2004, and a recently completed US TV series shot in Cape Town has highlighted one of the country's new economical strengths: beating Hollywood at its own game.
Laraki Motors, Morocco, eight african cars

Made in Africa: eight African cars

While Africa is one of the new frontiers for global automakers and automotive industry investors, there are a number of local car companies - some new, some more established - which are getting attention for building quality motor vehicles for local and global markets.

Africa is open for business and is a new frontier for investment

• Africa is among the fastest growing regions in the world and strengthened engagement presents major growth opportunities for trade and investment by South...

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