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General Motors, Honda to jointly develop two new electric vehicles

General Motors Co and Honda Motor Co Ltd said on Thursday they would jointly develop two new electric vehicles for Honda and are exploring more ways to expand their alliance

The higher supply of eggs hurt margins even though volumes rose in the food producer’s six months ...

Woodlands Dairy was the cat that walked away with all the cream at the recent South African Dairy ...

Lockdown causes new-vehicle sales to nosedive

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Physical distancing and the nationwide lockdown have led to a 29.7% plunge in ...

VW venture into Kenya going strong

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With a 5.3% share in the Kenyan market, Volkswagen has commended its growth in ...

Tips to keep business afloat during lockdown

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With SA in lockdown to help reduce the spread of Covid-19, many small business ...

Cosatu pushes for rental holiday to help save Edcon

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Corporation can use its clout as big shareholder in property companies that own shopping malls

LEARNING CURVE | Fitness fanatic Melissa’s goal is to transform lives

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Passionate about fitness and changing people’s lives has led Melissa Meiring to owning her own gym, called Star ...

Vodacom appoints Saki Macozoma as chair

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Moleketi will step down as chair in July after 11 years with the mobile operator

Public service unions divided over planned wage strike

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The unions warn that the Covid-19 lockdown will not end their efforts to force the government to stick to its original ...

Mercedes-Benz SA looks to suspend local production in April

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Due to the worsening Covid-19 pandemic, Mercedes-Benz South Africa Limited (MBSA) on Tuesday announced that it will ...

Eskom coal suppliers exempt from lockdown

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Only those providing essential services, including the maintenance of the power system, will be exempted

Mpact delays R73m in dividend payments due to outbreak

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Dividends meant to be paid by the packaging company in April will now be paid in September

Africans improvise sanitisers and masks to plug shortages

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Africans improvise sanitisers, masks to plug shortages

Ford suspending production at Struandale, Silverton plants

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Ford is suspending production at its Struandale engine plant in Port Elizabeth and Silverton assembly plant in ...

South Africans are stocking up on canned goods, Rhodes Food Group says

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Households are hoarding long-life products such as canned meat and vegetables, as well as baby food

Big agricultural events canned over Covid-19

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Several  major  agricultural events including the Royal Show, Bloem Show and Nampo Harvest Day have been cancelled or ...

Port Elizabeth's largest legal firm celebrates milestone

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Establishing and nurturing trust with its clients has seen one of Port Elizabeth’s largest legal firms, Greyvenstein’s ...

Dion Wired to close all 23 shops

Business

High-tech appliance giant Dion Wired will be closing all of their 23 stores nationwide. The closure was meant to take ...

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#LearningCurve | Pair’s wonderful world of plastics

On the foundations of their careers in the aquarium and sales industries, Dave and Lynty Bevan have built a lucrative ...

#LearningCurve | From cleaner to hospitality trainer

A drive to succeed has brought Francine Zana from being a cleaner to running a training service for hospitality staff.

#LearningCurve | Living dream in the great outdoors

Once she realised an office job was not for her, Siska van der Bijl channelled her talent for handling pressure and ...

#LearningCurve | Kids ethnic hair salon a first for Bay

Drawing inspiration from a passion of working with the youth, Thandi Bosi knows every girl’s crowning glory is her hair.

#LearningCurve | Ship-shape from start saw them sailing

While Tide Marine Shipyard had a breakthrough when they were granted a major ship-building contract by Transnet, the ...

#LearningCurve | Foodie’s faith in mustard reaps reward

His business was built on a retrenchment and the dream of returning to the food industry. But it took Anthony Vieira da ...

#LearningCurve | Change to luxury coach tours pays off

When he followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather by venturing in to the transport industry, Faheem ...

#LearningCurve | Giving newlyweds a fairytale start

Mother-and-daughter team of wedding planners build success on quality service, rolling up sleeves when heat is ...

#LearningCurve | Built on a firm foundation in Bay

DMV Architecture, started by Dal Venables when he was a student, today covers all realms of building design Now in its ...

#LearningCurve: Patience builds Klinicare empire

Personal touch, loyal customer service helped Schoeman overcome challenges to grow his pharmacy brand His interest in ...

#LearningCurve: Brown’s PR celebrates a milestone

Quality service, hands-on approach make Michelle Brown’s agency a sought-after establishment – 30 years on With the ...

#LearningCurve: Rising star making it on her own

Creativity, hard work and acquiring business skills has seen award-winning designer establish her business She found ...

#LearningCurve: Success just a stone’s throw away

Stone Etc ‘passion project’ becomes rock-solid business for Bay couple branching out into all the etceteras She started ...

#LearningCurve: Deep jump into sea of success

Pro Dive couple’s passion for sport, mutual support and hard work turns Bay business into ‘diving destination’ It was a ...

#LearningCurve: Turning your passion into business

Health hiccup set exercise fanatic on new path to financial fitness, awareness and commitment to help others After ...

#LearningCurve: Rhoda fulfils dream of BnB success

Mongoose Manor guesthouse owner’s hard work ethic, top quality service, make her clients feel at home When she ...

#LearningCurve: Giving style to security, and homes

Entrepreneur’s aesthetic approach to burlgar bars and gates breaks free from the conventional caged feel It was a ...

#LearningCurve: Master of design’s clients her badge

Achievements include blue-chip national, global firms, working with UN, NMB municipality, IDZs and ...

#LearningCurve: Beauty of her job is – she loves it

Salon owner says pampering and treating clients as individuals, well-organised bookings and location key to ...

#LearningCurve: Imagination key to success story

Online shop Popsiebelle sells creative items for kids, meant to start stories and conversations With a range of ...

#LearningCurve: Driven to ‘pimp’ your ride in style

A passion for cars and a gap in the market saw the owner of Autosport establishing his dream The ever-growing market ...

#LearningCurve: Master of his own (home) design

Excellence in niche housing developments sees architectural firm get its slice of the cake A keen sense of the arts ...

#LearningCurve: Kennel owners have all tails wagging

A passion for dogs that extends through generations led to a business offering all things dog-related Lifelong ...

#LearningCurve: Sublime Glass act driven by passion

Unique offering of manufacturing and design supported by quality, ethics and service A passion for design and a ...

#LearningCurve: Bansda’s legacy shines on in Bay

Jewellery store builds on iconic family brand priding itself on quality, service in 110-year history A rich retail ...

#LearningCurve: Placement agency finds its niche

Zanele Diniso seizes her chance to build up a reputable business securing employment for domestic workers Inspiration ...

#LearningCurve: Building a brighter future for all

Driven woman behind success of Bahlaseli Project Development making inroads in man’s world of construction From the ...

#LearningCurve: PR guru stamps mark on industry

After seven years of heading Kaizer Chiefs’ public relations team, Putco Mafani traded his nine-to-five job for more ...

#LearningCurve: Tupperware two turn plastic into millions

From selling the product to make a few extra bucks, they now employ 24 women A mother and daughter duo are ...

#LearningCurve: Thriving in the spotlight

Passionate entrepreneur Roberts proves theatre, comedy is serious business When Ranique Roberts received a request ...

#LearningCurve: Duo break the mould in ceramic venture

Accident proves a blessing for Bay pair as Angel Wings makes its mark in industry Two Port Elizabeth women are ...

#LearningCurve: Bay tattoo artist is making his mark

Owner of parlours in Baywest and Centurion, Shawn Lindgren also has ambitions to expand his business ...

#LearningCurve: Combining talent and corporate functions

Bay entrepreneur’s undertaking has gone from success to success A leap of faith as she quit her executive job ...

#LearningCurve: Giving little ones a solid foundation

Kelly Ferreira’s Khula Playschool a great start Teachers are a gift to society as they pass on knowledge and for ...

#LearningCurve: Business built on respect, dignity

Undertaker Kevin Hendricks puts 34 years of experience to good use as Funeral Home owner Fig Tree Funeral Home owner ...

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