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MEC welcomes KZN economy boost

MEC for KZN Social Development, Weziwe Thusi said the R2.1 billion expansion at Sumitomo Rubber South Africa tyre manufacturing plant in Ladysmith is an indication of a growing enthusiasm for local and international companies to invest in the province.

3 October 2018 | Business

Female engineers welcome resignation

The group also thanked all female and male engineering students who voiced their opinion and outrage about the article in which Pillay said women’s “agreeableness” and motherly instincts prevented them from negotiating higher salaries, among other notions.

10 September 2018 | Business

WATCH: KZN mom hopes to win coveted entrepreneur award

Nonhlanhla Mthethwa, 38, entered Standard Bank’s My Fearless Campaign when she discovered the prize is worth the value of one year’s salary capped at R1 million as well as mentorship from Standard Bank’s entrepreneur development programme.

29 August 2018 | Business

eThekwini ready to host North Regional Business Fair

During the first day of the North Fair, Mayor Zandile Gumede will launch the ground-breaking Radical Economic Transformation (RET) database registration roadshow and will thereafter address entrepreneurs on how to do business with the Municipality.

17 August 2018 | Business

Why volunteering matters to business

Beyond painting walls and planting gardens, employee volunteer programmes improve collaboration, innovation and soft skill development - crucial in creating a socially aware and considerate workforce.

6 July 2018 | The Mercury

SMEs most financially vulnerable to fraud attacks

Acting SARS commissioner Mark Kingon said in his assessment of branch volumes, the reason for taxpayer visits and who was filing a tax return, millions of people went into a branch who were not required and could have transacted on eFiling

3 July 2018 | Business

Chairwomen unite for growth

KZN Women in Business (KZNWIB) is the longest-standing businesswomen’s networking association in KwaZulu Natal that acts as a support structure for women

4 June 2018 | The Mercury