Vulekamali portal makes Budget more accessible
The Vulekamali portal, launched by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Tuesday, will make information on the Budget more accessible to ordinary South Africans. The online portal presents information in a simplified format and shows members of the public how public resources are generated and used. The Minister launched the... Read more
South African millennials key to enforcing King IV
The eyes of the world are again fixed on South Africa, as the country finds itself at a turning point in its democratic history. From state capture to large-scale corporate wrongdoing, 2018 will hopefully see the South African business society experience an age of ethical enlightenment, or run the... Read more
DHL
DHL is present in over 220 countries and territories across the globe, making it the most international company in the world. With a workforce exceeding 340,000 employees, we provide solutions for an almost infinite number of logistics needs. DHL is part of the world’s leading postal and logistics company... Read more
The R1 billion tariff discount to automotive exporters will apply to motor vehicles on wheels and full containers. The port charges discount was announced by President Jacob Zuma in his State of the National Address and comes into effect on April 1. That announcement flowed from an engagement between... Read more
The R1 billion port tariff rebate for exporters of manufactured goods for the 2012/3 financial year will come into effect on April 1. Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has told the National Assembly that the automotive sector would be “one of the key customer segments that will benefit from... Read more
22-11-2011 -Transnet Port Terminals had cause to celebrate this month when they hit record level for container handling performance both at the Port Elizabeth and Ngqura Container Terminals. A steady increase in the region’s performance has been experienced from 25 gross-crane moves per hour (“GCH”) in August to 27.6... Read more
25-10-2011 – ECDC is funding Bold Moves, a private company that has obtained a permit to mine granite in Masaleni near Butterworth. The trial sampling and drilling process has been successfully completed. The quality of polished granite samples was confirmed and favourable comment has been received from retailers. Bold Moves... Read more
07-04-2011 – A R30 million Butterworth granite mining and processing project is expected to take off this month with trial mining and it is likely to boost manufacturing and logistics in the Eastern Cape. The province’s premier development agency, the Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC), has thrown its weight behind... Read more
  Deteriorating logistics network and infrastructure could derail government’s latest economic growth and job creation strategy the New Growth Path and Industrial development strategy Industrial Policy Action Plan 2 (I-PAP 2). This came to light at the second annual Eastern Cape Economic Outlook Symposium held at the East London... Read more