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South African companies invested R9.7 billion in corporate social investment (CSI) last year.
Businesswoman Polo Leteka has started a company to primarily solve the problem of access to finance for black entrepreneurs and women-owned enterprises.
The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) ports of Durban and Richards Bay and related road and rail logistics chain shone last year as the payload transported by land increased by 6.5% after surging by 9.3% in 2017, a small 2.2% gain in 2016 and a 2.9% fall in 2015
The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) Commission resumes on 25 February 2019 in Pretoria.
Visa-free travel and investing in a strong currency are mainly what attracts South African investors to international destinations.
Sasfin has acquired a stake in fintech lender Payabill according to a media statement by the financial services group.
Flow, a mobile app co-founded by Gil Sperling, Daniel Levy and Jonathan Liebmann has raised R20 million in South Africa’s biggest proptech seed investment to date.
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