Cape Town businesses fear negative impact of adjusted curfew

Through Sisonke Mlamla 4h ago Share this article: ShareTweetShareShareShareE-mailShare Cape Town – There are fears that the recently announced curfew could negatively impact the thousands of jobs that depend on the tourism and hospitality sectors in the province. James Vos, a member of the mayor’s committee on economic opportunities and …

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South Africa is one of the biggest arms suppliers to the Saudis during the Yemen war

Relations between South Africa, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are on the rise – a source of shame for the South African state. Although profitable and important to the African economy, these relations are deeply linked to the arms trade and military trade of Arab nations involved in …

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Two Ethiopian projects show ‘railpolitik’ in action

Ten years ago, when late Ethiopian leader Meles Zenawi planned 5,000 km of standard gauge railway, the landlocked country got a $ 2.5 billion loan from China Eximbank. This loan was linked to the construction of an 800 km east-west railway line between Addis Ababa, the capital, and the port …

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Western Cape publishes South Africa’s first annual public procurement disclosure report

Through Robin-Lee Francke 6h ago Share this article: ShareTweetShareShareShareE-mailShare CAPE TOWN – The Western Cape government on Monday launched an annual Public Procurement Disclosure Report (PDR), the first of its kind in South Africa. MEC for Finance and Economic Opportunities David Maynier said in a statement that the published report …

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Academic Program Manager – Johannesburg at Mancosa

MANCOSA, a DHET-registered, CHE-accredited private higher education provider offering both undergraduate and postgraduate business qualifications, has the following vacant position: Academic Program Manager – Johannesburg MAIN GOAL The MANCOSA Academic Officer should be a highly qualified member of the management team. Under the direction of the academic direction, the academic …

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SA lose their citizenship

Many South Africans who move elsewhere to work lose their South African citizenship without even knowing it. This is because there is an obscure law that requires you to report to the Home Office very early in the process of getting another passport. Dr Rory Jubber, Leader of the Democratic …

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Feasibility of Renewable Energy in Ethiopia by Analyzing Financing Options |

Featured Image: Stock RES4Africa and BonelliErede recently discussed project finance, mitigation tools and more in an online meeting focused on Ethiopia and its renewable perspectives. BonelliErede, an international law firm, together with the RES4Africa Foundation, an organization dedicated to promoting renewable energy in Africa, addressed the management of bankability issues …

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This might be your last chance to invest in Section 12J and here’s how

The metaphorical train, which officially leaves the station on June 30, will see the end of Section 12J’s sunset clause, marking the successful end of this tax incentive in South Africa. Fortunately, SARS gave South African taxpayers one last chance to take advantage of this incredible tax exemption by giving …

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South Africa’s draft New Energy Vehicle Green Paper is a step in the right direction

In 2019, we wrote an article sounding the alarm that South Africa’s inertia in pushing for electric vehicle adoption could cause it to miss the incredible opportunities offered by the electric vehicle revolution. The automotive assembly and automotive component manufacturing industry is one of the main pillars of the South …

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South Africa returns to tighter lockdown, virus ‘invades’ Cape Town Johannesburg Cyril Ramaphosa Pretoria Experts

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Sunday that his country would revert to more stringent lockdown measures amid a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases which indicate the virus is “rebounding” in Africa’s worst-hit country. Positive cases in South Africa in the past seven days were 31% higher than the …

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