SA Government Committed to Supporting Players in Fuel Cell Industry
2017-02-20
The South African government is committed to supporting efforts of all stakeholders in opening the fuel cells market for the benefit of the country.  This was said by the Chief Director of Primary Mineral Processing at the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), Mr Tapiwa Samanga. He was speaking at the Fuel Cell Bus Workshop that the dti hosted in partnership with the German government in Cape Town today.
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Government?s Drive to Create Fuel Cell Industry Gathers Momentum
2017-02-19
The South African government?s efforts to develop a viable fuel cell manufacturing industry that will contribute in stimulating economic growth, creating jobs, generating export revenue and producing cleaner energy are gaining traction. This was said by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies ahead of a two-day fuel cell bus workshop that the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) will be hosting in Cape Town in partnership with the German government from tomorrow. 
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the dti Completes R60m Renovation of Babelegi and Vulindlela Industrial Parks
2017-02-17
The Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) is in the process of completing the first phase of the revitalisation of the Babelegi and Vulindlela Industrial Parks. The Babelegi park which is situated in Hammanskraal received a R40m face-lift while R22m was budgeted for Vulindlela which is located in Mthatha.
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the dti  dismisses claims by Democratic Alliance MP against Minister Davies
2017-02-17
the dti dismissed a statement released by a Democratic Alliance MP, Dean McPherson claiming that a socio-economic assessment study on the Draft Liquor Amendment Bill has not been completed.  In fact, in terms of government convention, a socio-economic assessment was done on the Liquor Policy.
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Government Intervenes to Save the Steel Sector with Measures to Support Both Upstream and Downstream Industry
2017-02-17
Since the onset of the global steel crisis in 2015 characterised by massive oversupply, depressed prices and increased imports, the Departments of Trade and Industry and Economic Development have developed and implemented a package of measures to support and save the industry from the immediate threat of closure and subsequent loss of capacity.
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