The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomes the decision by the national energy regulator to keep the electricity tariffs in South Africa at an affordable rate.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber proposed a deferral of Eskom’s application to increase the electricity tariffs countrywide by 19.9%.
One major point of concern is tax revenue projected to fall short of the 2017 Budget estimate by R50.8-billion
The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is continuing to raise the bar through new events and initiatives.
The Business Chamber has actively been protecting businesses’ interest in relation to critical issues which affect the economy of Nelson Mandela Bay.
Upgrades to the N2 between Grahamstown and the Fish River Pass are progressing well as the second phase of the R980 million road infrastructure upgrade project continues.
COO clients operate in different sectors and business spheres such as Automotive, Wool and Mohair as well as Hides and Skins. The biggest contributor to the August record was the Perishables/Fruits Sector.
The Nedbank solar-powered branch is aimed at providing convenient banking solutions to a community without banking facilities through SolarTurtle.
A fruitful collaboration between SATYC and Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism (NMBT) brings together youth from around the country to participate in dialogue and future opportunities for the industry.
Tourism Month’s approach this year is “I Do Tourism” campaign under the theme of “Sustainable Tourism Development”.
- Business Chamber welcomes Nersa decision
- Business Chamber challenges electricity tariff hike
- We wanted more from the MTBPS
- A month of firsts for Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
- Business Chamber challenges 2018/19 electricity tariffs
- N2 upgrade between Grahamstown and Fish River Pass underway
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber adds value to the region’s exporters
- Nedbank launches South Africa’s first solar branch in Mncwasa
- Nelson Mandela Bay is the host city to the 2017 SAYTC Conference
- Tourism Month launched successfully