Three NGO's are the latest beneficiaries of the Volkswagen for Good initiative.
Developments & Investments
While attempts to resolve the challenges continue, the municipality has put in place contingency plans to limit the impact of the interruption.
Ashraf Adam appointed Acting Chief Executive Officer whilst search for new MBDA chief continues.
This meaningful partnership, which commenced in December 2016, constitutes a funding commitment of R360 000 000 from the Services SETA that will see a total of 8945 youth placed in one of three learning pathways (viz. internships, learnerships and apprenticeships) across South Africa by 31 March 2018.
Environmental Heroes to cast global spotlight on African Marine waste.
Baywest Mall performance indicates strong consumer appetite for larger shopping centres
The Singaphi Street development in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth is a strategic programme creating continuity between Route 67 in the inner city and the Red Location Museum in New Brighton.
General Motors and Isuzu Motors announce future plans for operations in South Africa.
Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism to leverage from global platform at INDABA 2017.
New direction for Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber announced at Annual General Meeting
- Volkswagen donates a total of R2.8 million to NGO's in 2017
- NMB Municipality would like to apologise for the inconvenience caused
- Ashraf Adam appointed as the new Acting MBDA CEO
- EOH partners with The Services SETA for job creation
- Sylvia Earle set to lead a global contingent of researchers
- Flagship Rebosis mall celebrates robust growth
- Singaphi Street unlocks a vibrant township economy
- GM intends to cease local manufacturing
- Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism attends INDABA 2017
- No more 'business as usual'