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SA businesses are diversifying offshore to counter political risks: survey

Political risk in SA is worse today than three years ago under then-president Jacob Zuma, according to a poll of SA businesspeople.

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More leadership change at Massmart as new CEO gets going

New Massmart boss Mitchell Slape is faced with a tough turn around job in the unique, and troubled, SA retail market, say analysts

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300 jobs from MBSA’s new chassis supplier

One of the world’s leading chassis manufacturers, ZF Lemförder SA, launched its plant in East London’s Industrial Development Zone on Tuesday.

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Upgrade to loading pineapples

Last week Summerpride Foods, the East London-based pineapple processing plant, the largest in the Eastern Cape, made a major change to its infrastructure by doing away with a loading system that had been in operation for many years, which was ...
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Sea Harvest profit surges after two acquisitions

Sales jumped 86% to R1.87bn in the six months to end-June, following the acquisitions of Viking Fishing and Ladismith Cheese
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Steinhoff says it will consider selling its best businesses

The embattled retailer will consider all options ‘as part of our debt-reduction strategy’ and ‘keep the future ...

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Eskom says economic growth will lead to load-shedding

At the moment, demand is so low Eskom is coping — but that could change if the economy takes a turn for the better

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Coega’s R2bn deals boost

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is also exploring the cultivation and processing of cannabis for the ...

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How women juggle career demands, caring for the less fortunate

LOU BILLETT is the chairperson of African Angels. What do you value most in people? Honesty, truthfulness and ...

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BCM living up to its SMEs promise

Buffalo City Metro is living up to its promise of backing small and medium enterprises by sponsoring 20 East London ...

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Plan to offer Magwa Tea to wider market

The Eastern Cape government is working on a plan that could eventually see the governmentowned Magwa Tea distributed ...

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WATCH | EL to Asia undersea cable delayed

The much-anticipated undersea telecommunications cable that will link East London to Mauritius and India will be ...

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Cannabis set to be ‘saviour plant’

Some of the most inaccessible regions of Transkei will become SA’s most valuable agricultural land, and overseas ...

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Top speaker, author to share pitching secrets

With little under a month to go before the Daily Dispatch’s Business Summit, which will focus on “The Corporate ...

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SA’s leaders must come to the party

SA’s business future is squarely in the hands of the institutional leaders, yet if they do not embrace the concepts ...

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Disruption’s her stock in trade

East London property sales tycoon Xoliswa Tini, founder of Xoliswa Tini Property Services, is no stranger to the ...

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EL homegirl has Midas touch with restaurants

Some businesses seem to soar into the financial stratosphere. Natasha Hogg, co-owner of Sanook Cafe, Sanook Eatery ...

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Berlyn’s acumen grows empire

The average person would be delighted to own a service station; two would be better, three a luxury and four an ...

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Early birds score with bestsellers

Early bird subscribers to 2019’s Daily Dispatch Business Summit will get to take home the business insights of Vusi ...

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Absa confirms divorce is on time and on budget

The separation from Barclays is on track to be capital and cash-flow neutral

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