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Transnet gets $1bn African Development Bank loan

The loan will facilitate the first phase of the company's R152.8bn five-year capital investment plan.

Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday it won an order from Japanese artificial intelligence company ...

ArcelorMittal's South African division said on Tuesday it has decided against shutting its steel ...

VW Group Africa strengthens ties with Egypt ...

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Volkswagen Group Africa is continuing to make inroads into the continent after ...

Moody’s upgrades City of Cape Town’s credit ...

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Credit ratings agency applauds city’s progress in improving revenue collection

Former Pick n Pay CEO Pieter Boone gets R16m ...

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The retail group has dangled a huge incentive for new CEO Sean Summers to turn ...

Rand slips as uncertainty around GNU casts pall

Business

The president's cabinet choices could have significant implications for SA’s economic path

Northfield Engineering marks 75 years in the Nelson Mandela Bay

Business

Northfield Engineering turned 75 years old on Sunday and MD Robert Archibald is excited about what the future holds.

Hairstylist transforms Walmer salon into welcoming lounge

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Hairstylist Chris Hauptfleisch and his business partner, interior decorator Hannes Verster, recently celebrated the ...

It’s a slow move to solar energy in SA

Business

South Africa is making efforts to increase the use of solar photovoltaic energy. But it is happening at a very slow ...

Apple suspends work on next high-end headset, to focus on cheaper model

Business

Apple has suspended work on its next high-end Vision headset, the Information reported on Tuesday, citing an employee ...

Intricate export path of Sundays River Valley oranges

Business

The export path of one organic orange picked from the bountiful orchards of the Sundays River Valley to a chilled glass ...

Unique flavours curry favour with customers

Business

During the Covid-19 pandemic, a Nelson Mandela Bay couple were forced to close their eatery in Forest Hill.

WATCH | SA’s crackdown on Shein and Temu

Business

Business Day TV spoke to executive director of the National Clothing Retail Federation, Michael Lawrence

More South Africans take wealth offshore

Business

The latest data from Standard Bank shows an increase in South Africans setting up offshore bank accounts to protect ...

Mercedes-Benz SA retrenchments a hammer blow to East London

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Mercedes-Benz South Africa (MBSA) has announced that more than a quarter of its staff at the East London plant, about ...

Nelson Mandela Bay brothers turn brainwave into thriving renovations business

Business

What began as a social media post has blossomed into a success story seven years later for two entrepreneurial brothers ...

ECDC launches R50m scheme for automotive component suppliers and aftermarket service ...

Business

The Eastern Cape Development Corporation has unveiled a new initiative to bolster the automotive sector in the province.

Chamber, BDO SA join hands to market Nelson Mandela Bay

Business

Economic growth and development in Nelson Mandela Bay have received a major boost after a partnership was formed ...

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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

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#LearningCurve | Living dream in the great outdoors

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