CAPE TOWN – Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
Bombardier Transportation SA managing director Aubrey Lekwane is positioning the company’s Johannesburg headquarters as a launchpad to expand into the Sub-Saharan Africa.
The World Bank unveiled a new plan today to help African countries strengthen their human capital.
Intensified load shedding has had a devastating economic effect on many companies.
With the youth unemployment rate sitting at above 50%, growing numbers of young South Africans are considering entrepreneurship as a career option rather than competing for a limited pool of jobs in the formal sector or for a place at a tertiary institution.
A government-owned eco-furniture manufacturing plant specialising in building coffins was officially launched by the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs in Cedara last week.
Being retrenched from a comfortable banking job has helped a promising businesswoman to venture into entrepreneurship.
Tourism KwaZulu-Natal (TKZN) will be promoting “bleisure’’ tourism at the World Travel Market Africa (WTM Africa) which is being held in Cape Town this week.
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