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SA film-makers on quest to woo investors

A group of film-makers left for the US this week to participate in the Outward Film Investment Mission organised by the Department of Trade and Industry (dti), with the aim of attracting foreign direct investment into the South African film industry.

1 November 2018 | Network

London to Durban route a boon for port city

KZN is experiencing increased international arrivals via King Shaka International Airport, and the new long-awaited direct route is set to boost the number of visitors who will no longer have to break their journeys on stopovers at other airports.

30 October 2018 | Network

Tsogo Sun hotelier bows out

Hotelier Mike Jackson, hailed as the “epitome of customer service”, has worked tirelessly for the past 22 years to drive tourism into Durban.

30 October 2018 | Network

Lekala returns to safe harbour

Lekala is back at work but Captain Naresh Sewnath, who acted in Lekala’s place during the period when he was unavailable, will remain as acting CHM until the end of the year during which time Lekala will be brought up to speed with current affairs at the ports.

29 October 2018 | Network

Botha's Hill teacher has a budding business in the bag

Lolo Mathe, 54, who teaches at Botha’s Hill Senior Primary School, started Lolo’s Creations as a small home business in 2012. She recently exhibited her products, which also include Zulu bead-work jewellery made by family members, at the KZN Export Week at the International Convention Centre in Durban to local and international delegates.

26 October 2018 | Network

Innovate, don’t cut back in tough times

It can be tempting for businesses to cut back their growth efforts during these times, but Innovation Academy, a global learning business that trains more than 2000 professionals a year, urges South African executives to instead focus on expanding their innovation portfolios if they want to survive.

26 October 2018 | Network

New medical facility for Pinetown

The Pinetown Surgical Clinic, Sub-Acute and Rehab facility will be a day hospital catering for day cases with reduce costs but still providing quality clinical outcomes for patients.

26 October 2018 | Network

Farmers use drones to detect diseases, pests

Five innovations to help farmers manage their crops, identify stressed trees and spot individual pests and diseases without setting foot on a farm were introduced during a recent Aerobotics’ Future of Farming 2018 event in KwaZulu-Natal.

24 October 2018 | Network