Recently, Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO Kevin Hustler was interviewed by eNCA regarding the challenges facing the Nelson Mandela Bay and the role of the Business Chamber in creating an enabling business environment in the region.
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The Armed Forces Day celebrations being hosted in Nelson Mandela Bay help highlight the opportunities for local businesses and investors, according to Sadick Davids, Coega Development Corporation (CDC) Business Development Manager: Metals.
“Nelson Mandela Bay has most of the infrastructure and capacity in place to become the African hub for the maintenance, upgrading and manufacturing of military vehicles and equipment.
A delegation from the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber visited some of the affected Walmer businesses on Friday following the violence, intimidation and destruction of property last week.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber strongly condemns the violence, intimidation and wanton destruction of private property associated with the protest action in Walmer this morning. Whilst we understand the frustrations of the community in the matters they are raising, we implore to all residents of Nelson Mandela Bay to raise issues through the appropriate channels available.
Comment on behalf of the Nelson Mandela Bay Business ChamberPresident Mandla Madwara and Chief Executive Kevin Hustler:
“The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber congratulates Danny Jordaan on his appointment as the new Executive Mayor of Nelson...
The soldier giving his horse water from a bucket, forcefully removed, then discarded next to the Horse Memorial in Cape Road, Port Elizabeth by members of the Economic Freedom Fighters, has been moved to a secure location.
Nelson Mandela Bay...
Metro forced to dip into reserves due to overspending on budgets
Raw sewage is again spilling into the Swartkops River in Port Elizabeth.
Two separate leaks were reported to the Zwartkops Conservancy this month, but only one has been fixed.
The leaks are on a list of Nelson Mandela Bay’s collapsing sewerage...
The Economic Freedom Fighters in Nelson Mandela Bay have claimed responsibility for vandalising another memorial statue in the area, this time dismantling the horse memorial in Port Elizabeth.
EFF deputy chairperson for the Nelson Mandela Bay...
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Pravin Gordhan said the strategy meant that in every municipality the street lights were working, potholes were filled, refuse was collected and electricity supplied.
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- Military exercise highlights opportunities
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber assess Walmer damages
- Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber condemns Walmer violence
- The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber congratulates Danny Jordaan
- Horse statue removed to place of safety
- Bay faces financial squeeze
- No end to sewage in Swartkops
- Municipality condemns the latest act of vandalism
- Mayor wants support for "Back to Basics" campaign