Casting my eyes on the year, one which I must admit hasn’t been easy, has triggered emotions of reflection on the progress the CDC has made in impacting the lives of many South Africans across the footprint of the country.
The CDC, through various projects in the industrial development zone or project management where CDC is an implementing agent on government infrastructure development programme has made a welcomed impact and touched the lives of more than 5.6 million people (approximately 10.6% of total SA’s population). This means that the CDC has indeed become a beacon of hope for many SA’s, especially those residing in the Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, among others.
Swartz urges council to capitalise on ocean economy opportunities
Two projects benefiting over 750 people currently under way at the Coega IDZ
President Jacob Zuma has reconsidered his decision to appoint David van Rooyen as finance minister.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber notes with deep concern the recent axing of Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene after just 18 months in the role.
IT has been a busy year for the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber as well as our membership base, who together employs over 60 000 people in the Metro.
As the countdown to the end of production and the winding down of the working year progresses, it inevitably gives us time to reflect on the successes achieved in 2015.
JUST in time for the busy holiday season, BestDrive this week officially opened its long-awaited flagship store in Port Elizabeth, bringing premium tyre and automotive parts fitment services to Nelson Mandela Bay.
Cerebos turns 70 as the only salt manufacturer in Southern Africa to boast global certification
Continental Tyre South Africa has received the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System certification for its Port Elizabeth Plant Warehouse, testifying to the company's consistently high standards for quality products and service.
A sugar processing company with a network that stretches throughout Southern Africa is one of the first new investors in a new R86-million (US$ 7,4-million) agro-processing multi-user facility in the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ).