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07:28 (GMT+2), Tue, 05 May 2015
Aggregate new vehicle sales slightly down in April Aggregate new vehicle sales for April were slightly down year-on-year. Motor industry manufacturing association, Naamsa, says aggregate new vehicle sales in April came in at 44 503 units, down slightly down from the 46 016 units sold in April last year. However, Naamsa says vehicle exports had continued to contribute positively to South Africa’s current account of the balance of payments. New vehicle exports at ... read more
10:24 (GMT+2), Mon, 20 April 2015 discontinued  E-commerce in South Africa is set for a major change as the discontinuation of the brand and website is set to happen within a month. The Kalahari brand and website will be folded into within a month, according to an announcement from the online retailers. The Kalahari website will close within the next month. We will keep our customers informed in advance, reads an answer to a frequentl... read more
16:36 (GMT+2), Tue, 24 March 2015
Bay entrepreneurs expected at first UDDI SMME Indaba Two-hundred entrepreneurs from Nelson Mandela Bay are expected at the first ever Uitenhage Despatch Development Initiative SMME Indaba. The Indaba is hosted in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, Eastern Cape Development Corporation, and the Uitenhage-Despatch Business Forum. The two day Indaba kicking off on Wednesday at the Uitenhage Town Hall - aims to create awareness about various government and pr... read more
11:07 (GMT+2), Thu, 27 November 2014
PE businessman leads his company into a global joint venture  Port Elizabeth businessman, Phil Gutsche, has led his company, Coca Cola Sabco into a merger to create a new bottler that has its eye on Africa. Coca Cola Sabco, in which Gutche Family Investments are the majority shareholders, merged with SABMiller and the US-based Coca Cola Company on Thursday, to form Coca Cola Beverages Africa. The new business, which will be headquartered in South Africa, will serve 12 high-gr... read more
13:52 (GMT+2), Mon, 24 November 2014
Top new post for VWSA Managing Director  David Powels, Managing Director of Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) has been appointed as President of Volkswagen do Brasil Thomas Schäfer was appointed as Managing Director of Volkswagen Group South Africa . David Powels, a Chartered Accountant, was born and educated in Port Elizabeth. He joined VWSA in 1989 in the Finance Division and it was not long before he made his mark and he became Export Man... read more
10:57 (GMT+2), Tue, 07 October 2014
Concern at latest business confidence index data   The SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry Business Confidence Index for September was released on Tuesday at the SACCI Offices in Rosebank, Johannesburg. The BCI increased by another 0.2 index points in September to 89.2 after improving by 1.1 index point in August 2014. Sacci says in a statement that although it appears that waning business confidence has been checked, business confidence remains at an undesirably... read more
11:32 (GMT+2), Mon, 06 October 2014
New Reserve Bank governor appointed  Lesetja Kganyago has officially been appointed as successor to outgoing SA Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus. Kganyago's appointment was announced on Monday by President Jacob Zuma, flanked by Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, at a media briefing at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. He was one of two of Marcus's deputies, alongside Daniel Mminele. Kganyago will take over from Marcus next month. She will step down ... read more
11:56 (GMT+2), Tue, 26 August 2014
GDP grows by 0.6%  South Africa's economy grew by 0.6 percent in the second quarter of 2014, Statistics SA said on Tuesday. This was compared to a 0.6 percent decrease in the real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the first quarter of the year. The GDP is the total value of goods and services produced in an economy in a certain time period. The main contributors to the increase in the second quarter of 2014 were general government s... read more
16:50 (GMT+2), Wed, 23 July 2014
Multi-million rand upgrade for Greenacres The owners of Port Elizabeth's Greenacres Shopping Centre, ACUCAP, have announced plans to redevelop and upgrade the centre to the tune of R282 million. The first phase of the extension is to begin work next month on a newly designed food court. The other two phases will see the mall undergo entrance re-alignments, and an expansion and upgrade, running through to April 2016. Speaking at the media launch on Wednesda... read more
16:25 (GMT+2), Tue, 22 July 2014
Continental Tyre to invest millions in PE facility Continental Tyre South Africa says it will invest between R300 and R320 million in its Port Elizabeth facility this year. Engineering New quotes Marketing and Sales GM Shaun Uys as saying the focus will be on increasing energy efficiency as the electricity price in Port Elizabeth “has gone through the roof”. In addition, the funding will be for the expanded production of run-flat and 4x4 tyres, with the latte... read more
09:20 (GMT+2), Sat, 14 June 2014
Standard and Poor’s lowers South Africa's long-term foreign currency credit rating Ratings agency Standard and Poor’s on Friday lowered South Africa's long-term foreign currency credit rating one notch, from BBB to BBB- minus. The agency says in a research update the downgrade reflects its expectation of lacklustre gross domestic product growth in South Africa, against a backdrop of relatively high current account deficits, rising general government debt, and the potential volatility and cost of ext... read more
07:31 (GMT+2), Wed, 28 May 2014
Stricter import requirements for SA citrus  The European Commission says stricter import requirements for South African citrus fruit to Europe have been endorsed. EU Commission spokesperson, Frederic Vincent, says these measures, adopted on Tuesday, are being taken to protect European crops from citrus black spot, a harmful plant disease not native to Europe. He says according to the new measures, citrus fruits imported from South Africa will be subject to ... read more
11:27 (GMT+2), Fri, 16 May 2014
Production of new C-class Mercedez Benz begins in East London  Production has begun of the next generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class at the Mercedes-Benz South Africa manufacturing plant in East London. MBSA's Markus Schäfer says with the new C-Class, they're taking automotive production in South Africa to the next level with an innovative portfolio of technologies. He says an increase in capacity on the plant's C-Class production line has had a ripple effect on the contribu... read more
08:07 (GMT+2), Thu, 24 April 2014
Export contracts worth millions for EC companies   The Eastern Cape Development Corporation says it has facilitated export contracts for Eastern Cape companies to China of more than a billion rand in the first six months of the 2013/2014 financial year. The development financier says a total of 54 new and existing businesses were assisted with integrated export development support. Six Eastern Cape companies participating at a permanent trade fair in Ningbo, Chin... read more
07:16 (GMT+2), Tue, 25 March 2014
Massive capital expenditure by SA motor vehicle manufacturers  The seven major vehicle manufacturers in South Africa and a number of specialist truck producers will spend a projected R7.9 billion this year. The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa said in a statement that capital expenditure in the area of product, local content, export investment and production facilities is projected to reach R7.9 billion this year, almost double the figure from last... read more
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