Cash-strapped power utility Eskom yesterday received a $180million (R2.56billion) cash injection from the New Development Bank (NDB) to fund the integration of renewable energy into the grid, and to augment transmission projects.
Data from the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa) showed that pressure was mounting on the new-vehicles sector due to consumers’ depressed disposable income and the weaker rand. Naamsa said new vehicle sales dropped 3.1percent year-on-year to 47718 units in March.
AYO Technology Solutions, one of the largest broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) information and communications technology company in South Africa announced on Monday that it now employs 1 400 people, compared with 250 in 2018.
The UK-SA Tech Hub in partnership with Future Females are proud to announce the official launch of the Future Females Business School Program at Work in Progress at the Woodstock Exchange in Cape Town.