Tourism Month’s approach this year is “I Do Tourism” campaign under the theme of “Sustainable Tourism Development”.
Over four hundred and fifty two jobs boost for NMB impoverished communities.
Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber President Thomas Schaefer said not only will businesses suffer because of such irrational electricity increases, but so will individual households who are struggling to make ends meet in the current recessionary environment.
The implementation of road safety measures and rehabilitation of the National Route R75 Section 1, which constitutes 13 kilometres, will create work for a minimum of 37 local SMMEs between 1CE PE and 6 CE PE CIDB grading within the Nelson Mandela Bay.
Mandela University launch a call to finish Madiba’s unfinished journey.
Nelson Mandela Bay has been rated as one of the top three Metros in the country.
Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is currently running out of water at a number of its reservoirs.
The Business Chamber expressed deep concern about the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling which upheld the appeal of Nersa and Eskom against business in Nelson Mandela Bay.
While attempts to resolve the challenges continue, the municipality has put in place contingency plans to limit the impact of the interruption.
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.
- Tourism Month launched successfully
- Coega continues on providing jobs in the NMB Metro
- Business Chamber responds to Constitutional Court Ruling
- SANRAL’s R75 project to create opportunities for SMMEs
- Nelson Mandela University launches new name
- Nelson Mandela Bay improves 'trust rating' dramatically
- Critically Low Reservoir Levels
- Business Chamber responds to Supreme Court of Appeals decision
- NMB Municipality would like to apologise for the inconvenience caused
- BIA statement on judgement