Business Chamber calls for “Bay H20 Security” Action Plan
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber hosted delegates from the Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre (ITPC) and Bay businesses in a bid to highlight opportunities.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber is looking for a PR/Marketing & Sales Co-ordinator to join our dynamic team.
The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) recently welcomed the forty-first (41) operational investor in the Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ).
The Nelson Mandela University Council is delighted to announce the appointment of Ambassador, Ms Nozipho January-Bardill and Mr Siya Mhlaluka as Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson, respectively, of the institution’s highest decision-making body.
Dr Muthwa takes over the reins from outgoing Vice-Chancellor, Prof Derrick Swartz, who has served the institution with distinction for two successive terms since 2007.
The Eastern Cape-based side will become the newest member, together with the Toyota Cheetahs, of a revamped Guinness PRO14 competition which is set to kick off in a few weeks.
REFLECTING on 2016, South African economists predicted that this year would be a tough one for business. In fact, some economists predicted that this could be the toughest year in decades for the country thus forcing businesses around the country to tighten their belts.
our career is important, but a problem arises when you neglect other important areas of your life. Areas which, if not balanced, can negatively influence your ability to be successful and happy.
To truly achieve success, we need to strive for a balanced life. I believe that balance is not when all things are equal. It’s being mindful of life and the bigger picture. Investing wisely in your health, career, wealth creation, family, friends, relationships spirituality, personal time, fun. Here’s some pointers, but everyone’s life is different and priorities shift and change constantly:
BEV Mattheus, the task Team Co-ordinator at the Business Chamber,talks to Gary Blom about her greening projects at home. Bev has a worm farm in her garden at home as well as a grey water system in place. She encourages others to start greening projects, saying that it does not require a lot of space nor is it very difficult to maintain. It is all about looking out for the environment, not only about thinking what you will save in your purse.
- Business Chamber Water Survey probes views of Bay’s Private Sector
- Business Chamber opening economic doorways with Indonesia
- The Business Chamber is looking for a PR/Marketing & Sales Co-ordinator
- Coega a Pioneer in the Black Industrialist Programme
- Mandela University Council welcomes new members
- Nelson Mandela University appoints new VC and Principal
- Southern Kings join new-look Guinness PRO14 competition
- Reflecting on 2016
- BUSINESS ADVICE: The Balancing Act
- Meet the Business Chamber’s very own Greening Champ