Upcoming EventsJan26Thuall-day Agritech Expo comes to Arusha, T...Agritech Expo comes to Arusha, T...Jan 26 – Jan 27 all-dayWe are pleased to announce the dates for the inaugural edition of Agritech Expo Tanzania, 26-27 January 2016 in Arusha, Tanzania. read moreShareall-day Agritech Expo Tanzania @ Selian Agricultural Research Institute, Arusha/Dodoma Main Road, ArushaAgritech Expo Tanzania @ Selian Agricultural Research Institute, Arusha/Dodoma Main Road, ArushaJan 26 – Jan 27 all-daySAGCOT on agri in Tanzania: “Someday agriculture will truly uplift the country and the region at large” Agritech Expo Tanzania to gather thousands in Arusha Tanzania’s Development Vision 2025 and ASDS (Agricultural Sector Development Strategy) established clear priorities for the … Continue reading →Feb13MonFeb22Wedall-day Aviation Africa 2017 Attracts Gl...Aviation Africa 2017 Attracts Gl...Feb 22 – Feb 23 all-dayOfficially supported by Ministry of Infrastructure, Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority and RwandAir read moreShareall-day eCommerce Africa Confex @ Cape Town International Convention CentreeCommerce Africa Confex @ Cape Town International Convention CentreFeb 22 – Feb 23 all-dayeCommerce Africa Confex evolves, leading the way for eCommerce vendors read moreShareFeb28Tueall-day Aid & Development Africa Summit @ Nairobi, KenyaAid & Development Africa Summit @ Nairobi, KenyaFeb 28 – Mar 1 all-dayThe 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit will take place in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February – 1 March 2017 with an aim to explore how technological innovations and best practice can improve aid delivery and development strategy in … Continue reading →
Category Archives: South Africa News
The Port of Maputo in Mozambique has excellent development potential. It is located along the east coast of Southern Africa, to the north of the Ports of Durban and Richards Bay. It is one of several ports that connect via road and railway line to South Africa’s mega-metropolis of Johannesburg that is still Africa’s leading financial hub.
The majority of maritime ports worldwide offer the option of intermodal transfer of containers between maritime and railway transportation, and at some ports, the port railway may serve as the means by which to undertake ship-to-ship transfers of containers.
Since 2013, the South African government have been working to provide solutions to some of the known existing challenges facing the poultry industry in the country. The poultry industry in South Africa has made known some hurdles facing their sector – mainly, increase in imports of poultry products. Through such dedicated efforts from the government and its supportive units including the dti and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), there has been diverse initiatives including an increase in tariffs for some number of poultry products in line with South Africa’s international commitments, and imposing trade remedies where evidence indicates dumping of poultry in the South Africa market or where there is a surge in imports. These actions were made possible through the International Trade and Administration Commission (ITAC).
Tax compliance gets easier for companies, but new data highlights post–filing challenges across the world
Africa is still a difficult region for paying taxes – PwC
Deon Binneman a-ka the Reputation Go-to Guy has released a Crisis Management Toolkit designed to assist and equip management teams to anticipate, prepare for, and manage potential crises.
African Travel Spend expected to rise 24 Percent with Introduction of African Union Passport Introduction in 2018
New research released by global travel technology provider, Sabre Corporation, has revealed that African air travel spend is expected to rise 24% with the introduction of the pan-African passport in 2018. The new passport will enable African travellers to visit other countries on the continent without a visa.
Despite the misconception that hedge funds are risky investments, South African-based funds are in fact relatively conservative. Interestingly, many South African investors still perceive hedge funds as the riskier investment when compared to other more traditional and more familiar investment vehicles/ strategies.
With seven months still to go and the two allocated exhibition halls largely booked, industry has demonstrated its strong support for Machine Tools Africa 2017, taking place at the Expo Centre in Johannesburg from 9-12 May 2017. Exhibition space sales have exceeded 70% of overall square metres available and many other stands have been provisionally booked. These will be finalised before the end of the year. Sales are on track and it is expected that the show will be sold out.
Leading pan-African law firm advises on largest commercial settlement in South Africa’s construction industry
By employing dedicated Corporate Social Investment (CSI) departments, that do concise and researched CSI planning, corporates can have a bigger and better impact on the communities they support to ‘effectively’ uplift people from the ground, to the boardroom, says Glenda Mansfield, CMO of Marketing CSI South Africa.
The Employment & Benefits team at pan-African law firm, Bowmans, has put together a Guide covering the employment consequences in business transfers in Botswana, Cameroon, Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. The Guide outlines the laws in each jurisdiction that regulate the employment consequences of business transfers and provides useful insight for those planning to buy or sell a business, or out- or in-source a service, in those countries.
Africa’s largest colocation data centre provider, Teraco Data Environments, today announced that it has kicked off construction on a new data centre in River Fields Bredell, 20km north of the current Isando campus. While Teraco finalises the expansion of its Isando campus to 20 megawatts, it has commenced with the new 24 megawatt Bredell build.
South Africa wins the Offshoring Destination of the Year Award from the Global Sourcing Association in London
The Minister of Trade & Industry, Dr Rob Davies is proud to announce South Africa’s success in winning the Global Sourcing Association’s Annual Outsourcing Destination of the Year award for 2016 held in the UK. The ceremony brought together more than 350 members of the leading outsourcing service providers, advisors and buyers.