Nelson Mandela Bay is about to receive thousands of athletes and visitors from around the world, all coming to be part of history as the City hosts the first ever Ironman 70.3 world championship on African soil. With this comes a number of necessary conditions such as compulsory road closures at certain periods of time during the weekend. These road restrictions are there for the safety of athletes and locals alike.
On August 7, 2018 at around 23:20 hours, MSC CHLOE a container vessel, lost 13 containers overboard.
Factories are invited to enter the Factory of the Year competition. Just imagine seeing a factory from Nelson Mandela Bay scooping this honour; the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber urges member companies to enter. What have you got to lose?
Eastern Cape, 03 August 2018: The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) would like to notify travellers that roadworks is scheduled to take place on the R75 between Port Elizabeth and Despatch from Monday, 06 August 2018 to Friday,...
The uYilo eMobility Technology Innovation Programme (EMTIP) invites qualifying projects to submit proposals to the uYilo “Kick Start” fund for 2018/19.
This is your opportunity to nominate a business based in the Nelson Mandela Bay Region that provides excellence.
Four thousand visitors both trade and public, including 100 international buyers are forecast to attend the inaugural African Advanced Manufacturing and Composites Show - a showcase of Africa's advanced manufacturing capabilities.
The South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL) has advised that day and night roadworks are scheduled to take place on the R75 between Port Elizabeth and Despatch from Monday, 23 July 2018 to Thursday, 26 July 2018.
The Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism has extended an invitation to attend an information sharing meeting on Eastern Cape Natural Gas Economy opportunities.
NELSON Mandela University’s South Campus will soon be producing just over 10% of its electricity requirements, thanks to an innovative R18-million green power plant, which is being established on the campus this month (July).
The installation of the two-hectare solar photovoltaics (PV) power plant, which will produce 1740 MWh of electricity per year and has a 20-year lifespan, will begin in the next two weeks, with renewable energy being fed into the South Campus grid by December or January.
The new plant, which is one of many on-campus sustainability initiatives, is the result of a partnership between the university and renewable energies company Tasol Solar.
- Road Closures 1 - 2 September 2018
- Thirteen containers lost at sea off the coast of Durban
- South Africa Factory of the Year competition
- Roadworks on the R75 between Port Elizabeth and Despatch
- CALL FOR PROPOSALS - uYILO KICK START FUND
- NMB Top 50 Business Awards: Nominations Close on 31 July
- AFRICAN SHOWCASE FOR ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
- Day and night roadworks on the R75 between Port Elizabeth and Despatch
- Invitation to Information Sharing Meeting: Eastern Cape Natural Gas Economy Opportunities
- Solar power boost for Mandela University