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Dubai is on track to host the most spectacular global festival on earth. The World Expo is a stage for nations to showcase their wares and ideas for the future, on a stage like none other. Spanning 6 months the mega event will be the first time it’s hosted in the Middle East, Africa and […]
A quick search for the best free trade zones in the world and one of Dubai’s multiple free zones will pop up. The Financial Times’ FDi Intelligence report 2018 named Dubai Multi Commodities Centre as the winner of the ‘Global Free Zone of the Year’ for a fourth time, citing specialised incentives and key trade […]
Having a mentor through challenging times in a teenager’s personal life can play a positive role in their successful development as an adult. As a mentor, what you do is as important as what you say. Through mentorship programmes, such as the SAB 18+ Be The Mentor programme, aims to promote harm reduction, reduce underage […]
PRETORIA – The Public Protector has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa deliberately misled Parliament in relation to a R500,000 donation to his African National Congress (ANC) election campaign fund. Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane released the findings of her report at a briefing in Pretoria on Friday. In November 2018, Ramaphosa responded to a question in which […]
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JOHANNESBURG – PepsiCo has made a $1.7 billion (R23.5 billion) offer to buy South Africa’s Pioneer Food Group the companies said on Friday, boosting the target’s shares by nearly 30%. The US drinks and snack group said Pioneer Food’s product portfolio was complementary and would help PepsiCo to expand in sub-Saharan Africa by boosting its […]
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CAPE TOWN – Western Cape Premier Alan Winde said since the Democratic Alliance (DA) was elected in 2009, the province has attracted a R100 billion in foreign direct investment. Winde delivered his maiden State of the Province Address on Thursday and told MPLs the provincial government generated a billion rand in savings for businesses by […]
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CAPE TOWN – South African National Defence Force (SANDF) troops have officially been deployed and will continue operations indefinitely. On Thursday, the army was in Manenberg and Hanover Park providing support to SAPS members. This follows Police minister Bheki Cele’s announcement last week. He has identified 10 key areas where army deployment could help police, […]
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CAPE TOWN – Veteran actress Nomhle Nkonyeni will be laid to rest on Friday in her hometown of Port Elizabeth. Thousands of mourners are expected to gather at the Nangoza Jebe Hall in New Brighton to bid farewell to Nkonyeni, who passed away last week after a short illness. She was 77-years-old. Nkonyeni was a […]
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JOHANNESBURG – More officers have been deployed to southern Joburg on Friday morning as protests over illegal land occupation spread to more areas. Residents in Kliptown and Protea South have now joined communities from Lenasia South, Ennerdale, Zakariyya Park and Eldorado Park in voicing their anger and frustration. They’ve now taken matters into their own […]
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