The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber’s Board of Directors wishes to announce that Kevin Hustler will be stepping down as its Chief Executive Officer at the end of April 2017.
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We are deeply concerned by the negative impact the reshuffle has already had on investor confidence, as evidenced by the significant decline in the value of the Rand.
Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship set to have an unprecedented combination of live coverage on DSTV, available live-streaming of the triathlon and a mobile app, to showcase the beauty of Nelson Mandela Bay to overseas markets.
The People’s Port Festival, hosted at the Port of Port Elizabeth by Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), will be more than just a festival – it is the start of a mindset where residents of Nelson Mandela Bay are encouraged to take ownership of the harbour and its surrounding waterfront.
The Business Chamber welcomes the decision of Nersa to limit Eskom’s 2017 tariff increase to only 2.2%. All electricity users countrywide are set to benefit from this significantly reduced electricity price increase.
Budget Speech 2017: The 1.3% growth rate expected for this year is much too low to turn around the economy and unemployment rate in the country.
As the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber we welcome many of the points in the State of the Province Address (SOPA), but look forward to more detail in the upcoming provincial budget speeches.
THE Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber is disappointed with the chaos that preceded yesterday’s State of the Nation Address (SONA).
President of the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber Ian Nicholls shares the Business Chamber's expectations for today's State of the Nation Address
Business Sector Workshops have been taking place at City Hall to create a joint City Vision.
- Business Chamber Leadership announcement
- Grave concern over effect of Cabinet Reshuffle on Economy
- Nelson Mandela Bay is gearing up for the Standard Bank IRONMAN boost
- People's Port Festival is just the beginning
- Business Chamber welcomes massive win for electricity users
- Budget Speech was a balancing act
- SOPA lacked a big game changer
- SONA 2017 disappointed
- SONA 2017: What business wants
- Collaboration is the key to growth in Nelson Mandela Bay