President Cyril Ramaphosa meets workers during an investment launch in Rosslyn. Picture: Rapula Moatshe

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Nissan will invest R3 billion in its Rosslyn facility in Pretoria to gear-up for the production of the next-generation Nissan Navara pick-up.

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AYO Technology Solutions said on Thursday that the company was extremely perturbed by the allegations by its former executives that, any of its unaudited financials were amended. 

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The United States has a unique role to play in increasing investments in Africa and expanding opportunities for U.S. companies as the world’s private sector leader, the president of the African Development Bank has said.

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The Black Business Council (BBC) and Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) on Wednesday said they were equally concerned about the precarious state of the economy.

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Since optimising their websites for mobile devices a few years back, many South African companies have mostly made small and superficial changes to their digital presence.

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The South African currency continued to strengthen during the European session on Wednesday, dropping just below the R14/$ threshold according to NKC Research.

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The Upper Highway area of Durban is a micro-economy which is experiencing a stable sales pattern. 

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