When it comes to water leaks, residents are often unclear about whose responsibility it is to fix leaks. This handy guide will help you to take the right course of action.
Archive for July 2019
The Coega Development Corporation (CDC), operator of the Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Nelson Mandela Bay, announced today that it has secured an additional 18 new investors in the 2018/19 financial year (FY).
The 18 new investors signed amounted to R2,6 billion in investments against a target of R693 million for the 2018/19 FY
Transnet anticipates that it will take close to two weeks to clear backlog at the Ngqura Container Terminal which has been hit by the unprotected industrial action. Operations have improved at the Durban Container Terminal and Port of Cape Town.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has kicked off its annual Pro Bono programme with 50 local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who will receive free tutelage support from established member companies.
Ten (10) Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) drawn from the Eastern Cape Province recently completed and graduated on the Eastern Cape Exporters Development Programme (EDP) which is aimed at empowering local businesses with the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to penetrate the export market.
Healthy employees are productive employees.
The University of Stellenbosch Business School to host an interactive panel discussion that focuses on Corporate Mental Health.
The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) is coming to your community. Come and listen to its CEO, Dr Frans Cronje, explain what you can expect over the next decade and how to survive it.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber invites companies to submit proposals to conceptualise and execute events on its behalf. A profile of the events is available on request.
Transnet would like to alert its customers and the public that the organisation is facing illegal industrial action in the form of a “go-slow” in some of its Port operations.
The Port of Ngqura has reported a decline in operational...
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa [NAAMSA] said that the new vehicle sales declining trend continued into June, 2019 although lower passenger car sales had been offset by growth in some of the commercial vehicle segments.
- WHAT TO DO ABOUT WATER LEAKS
- R2,6 BILLION IN NEW INVESTMENTS COEGA SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE
- TRANSNET WORKS AROUND THE CLOCK TO CLEAR BACKLOG AT NCT
- BAY BUSINESSES TO BENEFIT FROM CHAMBER'S SME PRO BONO PROGRAMME
- EC SMEs COMPLETE AN EXPORTERS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
- The Corporate Mental Health Awareness Conference
- SOUTH AFRICA’S RISE OR FALL
- TENDER NOTICE: EVENTS MANAGEMENT SERVICE PROVIDER
- UPDATE ON NGQURA CONTAINER TERMINAL
- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS OF SOUTH AFRICA- PRESS RELEASE