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Five Africa cities managed to remain in the top 100 rankings of the world’s highest quality of living and remain attractive destinations for expanding business operations and sending expatriates on assignment, according to Mercer’s (www.Mercer.com) 19th annual Quality of Living survey. Port Louis in Mauritius topping the Africa chart at an overall 84th position.
South Africa should leverage its position in BRICS to increase investments in the development and upgrade of Africa’s inadequate infrastructure, says David Humphrey, Global Head of Power and Infrastructure at Standard Bank Group.
A piece by Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank, to set the scene for the BRICS summit in Durban on 26-27 March
A Win-Win in Infrastructure – The Durban BRICS Summit
IT Leaders Africa Summit, the highly anticipated, premier gathering of business and IT leaders across all industries in Southern Africa, to be held at the Maslow Hotel in Sandton from 14 to 15 March 2013, is proud to have secured top industry leaders to address delegates.
According to research by the Durban based PC Training and Business College (PCT&BC), the demand for the provision of Private Higher & Further Education and Training in South Africa has increased significantly over the last 18 years.
Here’s South Africa’s version of technological innovation.
ANDREW LAYMAN CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, SOUTH AFRICA, DURBAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. AN EXCLUSIVE PRE-EVENT INTERVIEW
Fleming Gulf Conference presents the 2nd Annual OPEX Africa 2013 to be held on 10 – 11 April in Johannesburg.
MTUNZINI, South Africa, Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Tronox Limited (NYSE: TROX) announced that the Durban High Court “dismissed with costs” an application filed by the Mtunzini Conservancy for an injunction to halt early-phase construction at the company’s Fairbreeze mine project in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
All Gold and Titanium Standard Bank-branded credit and cheque cards will now be issued with the tap-and-go payment method. This means that Standard Bank’s credit card holders in South Africa will not have to swipe or insert their cards into terminals.