ENJOY, CAPTURE AND #SHARETHEBAY
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomes the announcement that the strike at Algoa Bus Company has ended.
The busses are expected back on the roads by Monday.
AGAINST the backdrop of students protesting outside of Parliament and disruptions inside of Parliament, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene delivered a balanced Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) yesterday (21 October).
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber is disturbed by the scenes of violence from yesterday and we trust that government will come to an amicable solution to make fees for higher education more accessible.
IT’S official – three Port Elizabeth beaches have been awarded world-class status and the right to wave the Blue Flag.
The announcement was made in Hermanus in the Western Cape yesterday. The municipality hailed the award to Kings, Humewood and Hobie beaches as a huge achievement.
Top overseas teams’ games in Bay against Southern Kings huge boost for city
A proposed additional 1000 mm diameter pipe in the Markman main sewer system, designed by waste water infrastructure experts AfriCoast Consulting Engineers, is set to dramatically improve the system and avert future potentially disastrous pipe bursts.
NELSON MANDELA BAY – Popularly known as the “City of the Legends”, also known as Port Elizabeth will play host to over 1,500 creative professionals from across the globeconverging on the city, the birthplace to legends such as Nelson Mandela,...
Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism (NMBT) in collaboration with Eastern Cape Parks (ECPTA) as well as Economic Development and Recreational Services: Agriculture, Development and Tourism have joined forces to promote tourism month alongside a new tourism...
The South African National Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL) said in a statement that it started on Monday, 3 August, with the special maintenance of a 28 kilometre stretch of the dual carriageway N2 road between Bramlin Interchange and Soutwerke in Port...
THE Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomes Environmental Affairs Minister Edwa Molewa’s announcement to set aside a decision to grant environmental authorization for the development of a proposed fish farm off Hobie Beach.
Along with many other stakeholders in Nelson Mandela Bay, the Business Chamber has taken a strong stance against the fish farm, based on its location and the effect it could have particularly on the beachfront tourism industry.
- Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism motivates summer
- Algoa Bus Company strike comes to an end
- Reaction to Medium-Term Budget Policy Speech
- Three PE beaches awarded full Blue Flag status
- Rugby bonanza
- Additions to Markman Main Sewer will improve delivery and avoid environmental disaster
- Nelson Mandela Bay chosen to host the Annual African “Oscars”
- Explore a hundred experiences in Nelson Mandela Bay
- Here is why the traffic bottleneck from the Western suburbs won’t let up any time soon
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber welcomes Fish Farm decision