the dti-Funded Black Industrialist Heads West in Search of Export Market
2019-03-22
A Cape Town-based electro technical company that has benefitted from the Black Industrialists Programme is on a mission to seek export market in Ghana for its products. Electro Inductive Industries is one of the companies that will participate in the Outward Trade and Investment Mission to Ghana that will take place from 25-30 March 2019.
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SA cosmetics manufacturers ready to meet the export demand
2019-03-19
The South African small business manufacturers in the cosmetics industry would do well in international markets and meet the high export demand as their products are of high quality and are affordable. This was said by the Executive Director of the Cosmetic Export Council of South Africa (CECOSA), Ms Theresa Moller during the last day of Cosmoprof Exhibition in Bologna, Italy.
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Workplace challenge programme assists 1 000 companies and saves 50 000 jobs ? Mothiba
2019-03-19
The Chief Executive Officer of Productivity South Africa (Productivity SA), Mr Mothunye Mothiba has reported that the Workplace Challenge Programme has to date assisted 1 000 companies and successfully led to the retention of more than 50 000 jobs since Productivity SA?s inception in 1998. He also explained that the Workplace Challenge Programme was established specifically as a countermeasure to the old culture of business which isolated management from workers and stifled organisational efficiency and creativity.
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Western Cape wine company plans to invest in Ghana
2019-03-19
A Stellenbosch-based Western Cape wine company, La RicMal is planning to invest in Ghana by setting up a bottling plant in the country. The Marketing Manager of La RicMal, Mr Malcolm Green, who will be travelling to the West African country next week, says his decision was motivated by the growing demand for the South African wine in Ghana.
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SACU, Mozambique and the UK Ministerial discussions to resolve outstanding issues on the roll-over EPA
2019-03-18
The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies says discussions to resolve outstanding issues on the roll-over Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the Southern African Customs Union (SACU), Mozambique and the United Kingdom (UK) were held on 15 March 2019.  Minister Davies was briefing the media in Parliament on the outcomes of the ministerial meeting co-chaired by Botswana?s Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry Ms B.J. Kenewendo, who is also the coordinator for SADC EPA Group, and UK Minister of State for Trade Policy of the Department for International Trade, Mr G. Hollingberry.
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