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Business Chamber welcomes Mabuyane’s announcement on Project Mthombo


The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber has welcomed Eastern Cape Premier Oscar Mabuyane’s announcement regarding his commitment to support Nelson Mandela Bay to become an international tourism destination, including fast-tracking catalytic projects such as the multi-billion rand Mthombo Oil refinery.



The Department of Small Business Development (DSBD) in partnership with the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEDEAT) hereby invites you to a stakeholder consultative session on review of the national business act of 1981 and draft national business license bill as well the EC Provincial draft business license bill.

Port of PE commemorates World Health and Safety Day at Work


Transnet National Ports Authority commemorated the 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO), World Health and Safety Day at Work. Whilst the actual day was celebrated on Sunday, 28 April this year, the Port of PE decided to reignite staff awareness on the importance of health and safety at work on a week day.

Eastern Cape poised for exciting Energy Developments – Advancing Oil and Gas opportunities


The Eastern Cape (EC) Province is emerging as an energy hub, reflective of South Africa’s (SA) approach to a diversified energy mix. South Africa’s sunshine coast has prioritized unlocking the Oceans Economy through advancing the Oil and Gas (O&G) opportunities in the province. Marking the 19th annual African Utility Week, which will take place in Cape Town from 14 – 16 May 2019. The EC province will play a pivotal role in highlighting the potential of the province and its progress from an Energy front.

Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator Wins the 2019 Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship


1 April 2019, PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA. The Skoll Foundation announced today that Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator has received the 2019 Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship. Founded by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jeff Skoll, this prestigious award recognises change agents whose innovations have had significant, proven impact on the world’s most pressing problems. It is a select honour that has only been given to about 100 organisations globally since its inception. This news comes ahead of the Skoll World Forum being held next week in Oxford, England.