The members of the BIA are employing thousands of residents in the local community and uncertainty regarding future electricity supply threatens to severely impact all businesses serviced in the area with regard to their continuity and sustainability.
Ashraf Adam appointed Acting Chief Executive Officer whilst search for new MBDA chief continues.
Environmental Heroes to cast global spotlight on African Marine waste.
Despicable Me 3 characters will be unleashed at ten Sun International properties this winter.
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.
Indicative of the critical water shortage in Nelson Mandela Bay, Mayor Athol Trollip has declared a local state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act.
The summit will take place on 28 June at the Boardwalk Convention Centre in Port Elizabeth and will unpack and examine ethical leadership from various critical vantage points through a curated line-up of guest speakers.
The Business Chamber believes it appropriate to thank and acknowledge our longstanding partner and member company GMSA for its substantial support over the past number of years - not only for the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber as an organisation, but also for our member companies and the region’s economy as a whole.
General Motors and Isuzu Motors announce future plans for operations in South Africa.
- BIA statement on judgement
- Ashraf Adam appointed as the new Acting MBDA CEO
- Sylvia Earle set to lead a global contingent of researchers
- Sun International partners with Despicable Me 3
- Flagship Rebosis mall celebrates robust growth
- Singaphi Street unlocks a vibrant township economy
- Mayor declares local state of disaster
- Leadership summit 2017 to unpack ethical leadership
- Thank you to GMSA for all the years of support
- GM intends to cease local manufacturing