KwaZulu-Natal Top Business Portfolio


The KwaZulu-Natal Top Business Portfolio website is a portal to KwaZulu-Natal, its top businesses, organizations, municipalities and government departments. The website includes a profile of the Province, an insight into successful governance and the economy, highlights current investment possibilities in the province and provides regular news updates. KwaZulu-Natal offers you great opportunities for growth, expansion, trade and investment.

Markets

Fin24.com | JSE holds on to gains

Thursday 12th December 2019

After having opened and trading mostly firmer in the morning session on Thursday, the local bourse relinquished most of its gains despite eventually closing firmer on the day. view more

Fin24.com | Saudi Aramco reaches $2 trillion goal after second-day surge

Thursday 12th December 2019

The oil company has overtaken Microsoft and Apple as the world's most valuable listed company. view more

Fin24.com | JSE firmer as inflation slows for a consecutive month

Wednesday 11th December 2019

The local bourse edged higher on Wednesday on the back of modest gains across all the major indices. view more

Fin24.com | Local bourse struggles for direction

Monday 9th December 2019

The JSE struggled for direction on Monday before eventually closing mildly softer after a muted session. view more

Fin24.com | US jobs report lifts global markets

Friday 6th December 2019

The JSE finally matched trends with global markets on Friday as it closed firmer following a robust session. view more

Standard Bank KZN Top Business Awards

KZN TOP BUSINESS PERSONALITY AWARD -Allan Hirsch

Tuesday 9th July 2019

KZN TOP BUSINESS PERSONALITY AWARD The prestigious Stan... view more

GOVERNMENT AWARD - Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal (TIKZN)

Tuesday 9th July 2019

GOVERNMENT AWARD THE WINNER IS... view more

MUNICIPAL AWARD - uShaka Marine World

Tuesday 9th July 2019

MUNICIPAL AWARD THE WINNER IS ... view more

BATTLE OF THE BRANDS - Blue Security

Tuesday 9th July 2019

BATTLE OF THE BRANDS KwaZulu-Natal is home to many well... view more

MANUFACTURING AWARD - Imperial Armour

Tuesday 9th July 2019

MANUFACTURING AWARD THE WINNER IS ... Im... view more

TRANSPORT STORAGE AND COMMUNICATION AWARD -King Shaka International Airport

Tuesday 9th July 2019

TRANSPORT STORAGE AND COMMUNICATION AWARD THE 2019 WINNER IS ... ... view more

UTILITY AWARD- SLG (Pty) Ltd

Tuesday 9th July 2019

UTILITY AWARD THE WINNER IS ... view more

TRADE AWARD - BMW Supertech Group

Tuesday 9th July 2019

THE WINNER IS ...Supertech Group The award-winning BMW Supertech ... view more

FINANCIAL AWARD

Tuesday 9th July 2019

FINANCIAL AWARD THE WINNER IS ... FMI view more

Tuesday 9th July 2019

BUSINESS SERVICES AWARD THE WINNER IS...... view more

KZN Leaders

KZN LEADERS PORTFOLIO i

Saturday 26th January 2019

KZN LEADERS PORTFOLIO is a natural progression from the KZN Top Business Portfol... view more

Neville Matjie has been appointed CEO of Trade and Investment KZN

Friday 5th October 2018

Neville Matjie has been appointed CEO of Trade and Investment KZN, effective Oct... view more

Saskia Hill - Walk In As A Guest And Join The Family

Sunday 6th May 2018

Saskia Hill, owner of MCS Debt Recovery, says that the success of her bus... view more

Paul Saad - Know your own mind and you must not let others easily influence your decisions

Monday 26th March 2018

PAUL SAAD, FutureLife's CEO said, "I am humbled that FutureLife is now recognise... view more

Carol Coetzee - I have always being willing to charter the unknown and take on new challenges

Sunday 25th March 2018

Carol Coetzee, (CEO of the KZN Film Commiss... view more

Bryan Baylis - I have always had a philosophy of imparting knowledge

Sunday 25th March 2018

BRYAN BAYLIS, has had a long and satisfying professional career in the financial... view more

Abdool Kader (Baboo) Essa - I have learnt not be disappointed if at first decisions do not go your way and to always be hopeful

Sunday 25th March 2018

ABDOOL KADER (BABOO) ESSA joined his father, Haroon Essa, at Frimax Foods, strai... view more

Dominic Collett - My main strength comes from the support of the mentors and teams that I have worked together with over the years

Sunday 25th March 2018

DOMINIC COLLETT is a professional engineer whose career has been driven by the d... view more

Arnold Vermaak - I try to live a life of significance by adding value to others and having an open mind

Sunday 25th March 2018

ARNOLD VERMAAK, the chairman of Durban based Constantia Afripack lives by the Ma... view more

Anant Singh - I have built great and lasting business relationships because of friendships

Sunday 25th March 2018

ANANT SINGH, CEO and chairman of the Videovision Entertainment Group, and South ... view more

Top Stories News 24

News24.com | Matakata's appointment welcomed by DA and ANC in Western Cape

Thursday 12th December 2019

While they were at odds in the run-up to the appointment of a provincial commissioner for the Western Cape, both the DA and ANC welcomed the appointment of Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata. view more

News24.com | Missing Stellenbosch University student: Search launched for Asanele Same

Thursday 12th December 2019

A search has been launched for University of Stellenbosch student Anele Same who went missing last week. view more

News24.com | Tshwane council resolutions are political and not legal - ANC

Thursday 12th December 2019

The ANC contends the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria has no jurisdiction to hear an urgent application pertaining to the special Tshwane council meeting that saw the removal of the mayor and speaker because it is a political matter. view more

News24.com | KZN family reeling in shock after five relatives shot dead while watching Generations

Thursday 12th December 2019

The brother of one of the KwaZulu-Natal family members that were shot and killed in Mpumalanga, Hammarsdale outside Durban says his family is still in shock at the violent death their relatives met. view more

News24.com | Alleged Cape Town gang leader shot dead, teen injured

Thursday 12th December 2019

A man has been shot dead and a 16-year-old injured during a shooting in Mitchells Plain, Western Cape police have confirmed. view more

News24.com | 3 suspects in custody for possessing pangolin body parts

Thursday 12th December 2019

Three suspects are in custody after being nabbed with pangolin body parts in Bellville, Cape Town. view more

News24.com | Widow arrested in connection with cop husband's death

Thursday 12th December 2019

A woman has appeared in court for allegedly playing a role in the death of her 51-year-old policeman husband. view more

News24.com | Dam levels remain low despite continuous rainfall

Thursday 12th December 2019

Despite heavy rain causing havoc and mayhem in parts of Gauteng, water levels in various dams have shown no progress, instead they have dropped. view more

News24.com | 'Ubuntu demands we operate in a different way to the past' - Judge extends interim relief to Cape Town's homeless

Thursday 12th December 2019

The Western Cape High Court has extended interim relief to homeless people in Cape Town from receiving fines and summons or having their personal property interfered with in terms of by-laws around them inhabiting public places. view more

News24.com | Daily Lotto: Three winners on Thursday

Thursday 12th December 2019

Here are the results for Thursday's Daily Lotto draw. view more

News24.com | Teen shot dead by suspect who was allegedly playing with a revolver

Thursday 12th December 2019

A teenager who is accused of shooting a 16-year-old while playing with a revolver is expected in the Port Elizabeth Magistrate's Court on Friday. view more

News24.com | Durban businessman in court for defrauding investors

Thursday 12th December 2019

A Durban based businessman made his first appearance in the Johannesburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court sitting in Palm Ridge, in Gauteng for allegedly defrauding people who had invested in his company. view more

News24.com | I called his bluff: London attack attack hero says he was ready to die to save lives

Thursday 12th December 2019

A reformed prisoner who fought London Bridge assailant Usman Khan with a fire extinguisher said Thursday he was ready to die because he believed the attacker wore a live suicide belt. view more

News24.com | WATCH: Protests, unrest mar Algeria's unpopular presidential vote

Thursday 12th December 2019

Algeria has held a presidential election meant to bring stability after a year of political turmoil, but voting was marred as protesters ransacked provincial polling stations and rallied in the capital. view more

News24.com | Murdered baby Jeremiah's paternal family blames mom, despite her acquittal

Thursday 12th December 2019

The paternal family of murdered Jeremiah Ruiters have placed the blame for the little boy's murder squarely on the shoulders of his mother who was convicted on Wednesday of neglecting her one-year-old son. view more

News24.com | Your weather update | A warm Friday is expected across SA

Thursday 12th December 2019

While it will be warm for much of South Africa on Friday, the SA Weather Service has issued a watch for rain and fires across the country. view more

News24.com | Timol murder: Outstanding SCA judgment puts ex-apartheid cop Joao Roderigues' trial on hold

Thursday 12th December 2019

Former apartheid cop Joao Roderigues is still awaiting a judgment from the Supreme Court of Appeal for his alleged involvement in the murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, the Gauteng High Court, sitting in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court, has heard. view more

News24.com | EU leaders keep mum on Brexit as Britain votes

Thursday 12th December 2019

European leaders have arrived for their Brussels summit knowing that before their late-night budget debate is over, British voters will have given their latest verdict on leaving the bloc. view more

News24.com | Ebola cases sharply up in eastern DRC

Thursday 12th December 2019

Twenty cases of Ebola have been recorded in three days in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where deadly violence is hampering efforts to end the 16-month-old epidemic, authorities say. . view more

News24.com | 3 killed in Durban as houses collapse after heavy rains

Thursday 12th December 2019

Three people have been killed after several houses collapsed in Inanda, Durban, following heavy rains. view more

Engineering News

Large power users say options to alleviate pressures need to be urgently unlocked

Thursday 12th December 2019

The Energy Intensive Users Group of Southern Africa (EIUG) reiterated on Thursday that its members had several options available to alleviate South Africa's electricity supply constraints, while warning that the risk of load-shedding would persist until new supply- and demand-side solutions were identified to create sustained reserve capacity. The EIUG, which includes mining and industrial enterprises that collectively consume about 40% of South Africa's electrical energy, said in a statement that the options included leveraging private balance sheets to build new generation capacity. view more

Eskom wants emission exemptions

Thursday 12th December 2019

Eskom Holdings, South Africa's biggest polluter, has asked for additional emission exemptions at two of its biggest plants, a request that will increase environmental protests against the State-owned utility at a time when it's already being slammed for rolling power cuts. Eskom, which is struggling to meets its costs and has R454-billion in debt, has applied to the environment ministry to delay complying with sulphur dioxide emission limits at its Medupi coal-fired plant by five years. It's also seeking permission not to install emission reduction equipment at its Matimba plant at all, saying it's not cost-effective. view more

MTN argues Commission's data recommendations not based on bigger view

Thursday 12th December 2019

Telecommunications giant MTN on Thursday argued that the Competition Commission has localised their recommendations to an area that accounts for only a third of the operators current data revenue, with MTN's pricing realistically deemed "in the middle of the road". The issuance of the Competition Commission's Data Services Market Inquiry Final Report sparked pushback from mobile operators after it set out a series of hardline recommendations in an effort to lower the cost of data. view more

Load-shedding threatens critical cold storage, water management in agri sector

Thursday 12th December 2019

Industry association Agri SA on Thursday shared its view on how load-shedding has impacted on the agricultural sector. Agri SA Centre of Excellence chairperson Nicol Jansen says Eskom's implementation of Stage 6 load-shedding on Monday evening caught the South African economy off guard, especially during what is a busy time for producers and agribusinesses. view more

South African mining revival threatened as power cuts take toll

Thursday 12th December 2019

When South Africa's State-owned utility announced record power cuts on Monday afternoon, Impala Platinum Holdings had two hours to hoist thousands of workers from 1 km deep shafts. The deepening crisis at debt-ridden Eskom Holdings shut down South Africa's key mining industry for 24 hours, hitting gold and platinum producers that had been enjoying a renaissance on the back of higher metal prices. The rolling blackouts threaten to tip South Africa's economy into recession and hobble miners already impacted by community protests and xenophobic violence. view more

Cape Town to Mantashe: Avoid 'costly litigation' by allowing municipalities to buy their own ...

Thursday 12th December 2019

The City of Cape Town has written to the minister of mineral resources and energy asking that it and other municipalities be permitted to buy electricity directly from independent power producers, avoiding a pending court case. Acting mayor Ian Neilson said in a statement on Wednesday that if Mantashe is serious about implementing immediate measures to resolve the load shedding crisis he would agree to the city's request. "We need immediate action now and Minister Gwede Mantashe needs to show leadership and put the well-being of South Africans and our economy first," Neilson said. On Tuesday, in the wake of the implementation of stage 6 load shedding, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy released a short statement saying it would be introducing "immediate measures" to increase access to energy supply. This included the promised promulgation of section 34 determinations. view more

Cape Town central train line still suspended as officials seek cable theft solution

Thursday 12th December 2019

Train commuters on Cape Town's central line are still without rail services as continued fears over cable theft, safety and subsequent repairs have hindered Metrorail's services. For the last month, commuters from areas such as Khayelitsha and Mitchells Plain have been forced to make use of alternative transportation. Metrorail's central line has been suspended since the first week of November. view more

Parliament seeking submissions on the Defence Amendment Bill

Thursday 12th December 2019

The National Assembly's Portfolio Committee on Defence and Military Veterans has called for written submissions from "stakeholders and interested parties" on the Defence Amendment Bill (Bill 18 of 2017). The National Assembly is the lower house of the South African Parliament. "The objective of the Bill is to align the Defence Act (No. 42 of 2002) with current Departmental organisational requirements to enhance the efficiency of the Department of Defence," stated the Committee in its press release on Thursday. "Public hearings will be conducted in Parliament by the Committee on a date yet to be determined." The Bill had been passed by the National Assembly in November 2018. But the National Council of Provinces (the upper house of Parliament) had then made amendments to it. view more

Trade conditions to remain subdued for foreseeable term

Thursday 12th December 2019

The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci) says trade conditions remained in negative territory in November. The seasonally adjusted Trade Activity Index (TAI), as a measure of recent trade conditions, improved by one point to 43 in November. view more

Rainfall lifts Gauteng dam levels

Thursday 12th December 2019

Gauteng's dam levels have increased following days of persistent rainfall, leaving some dams above the 100% level. The Department of Water and Sanitation estimates the province's dams are at an average 111.3% full, a significant increase when compared with the 88.2% registered last week. view more

KZN Business Sense

Are You Acknowledging The Success In Your Organisation?

Wednesday 27th November 2019

This edition of KZN Business Sense acknowledges the many men and women w... view more

PMCB - The Voice Of Business In Pietermaritzburg And The Midlands

Wednesday 27th November 2019

The Pietermaritzburg & Midlands Chamber of Business (PMCB) is a volu... view more

Ilembe Chamber of Commerce's Entrepreneur 2019

Wednesday 27th November 2019

The winners of the Ilembe Chamber of Commerce's Entrepreneur 2019 were... view more

About MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube

Wednesday 27th November 2019

Leader of Government Business MEC for Economic Dev... view more

MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube - Committed To Working With Big Business

Wednesday 27th November 2019

When we started this term of office, we committed the KwaZulu-Natal Depa... view more

Invest Durban - Local Development Agencies Win The UN Award For The Mara Phones Investment In South Africa

Wednesday 27th November 2019

Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone and Invest Durban won the coveted U... view more

Candice Padayachee - A practical look at the value of whistle-blowing tips and secure reporting mechanisms

Wednesday 27th November 2019

Corporate governance and ethical culture have become increasingly import... view more

Patrick Deale - Bad Company

Wednesday 27th November 2019

Should an employee still be reinstated if a dismissal is unfair but the ... view more

Roslyn Argall - Is Local Really Lekker?

Wednesday 27th November 2019

The phrase - "Local is Lekker" has been coined by those encouragin... view more

Zululand Chamber news

Excellence through Collaboration

Friday 22nd November 2019

Share in the excitement of the winners at the 2019 Business Excellence Awards. view more

Excellence through Collaboration

Friday 22nd November 2019

The annual Business Excellence Awards were held at the Umfolozi Casino on 15 November 2019 and it was indeed the ZCCI’s premier event of the year. However, without the generous sponsorship of our partners, an event of this magnitude would not be possible. Therefore, a heartfelt thank you to: RBCTCoca-ColaTronoxMondiSouth 32RBIDZAirlinkUmfolozi Casino1 KZN TVBidvest Tank view more

Tourism Workshop

Wednesday 6th November 2019

All stakeholders in the Tourism environment are invited to a workshop on 27 November 2019. Cost R250pp. Book your space by calling Lihle Msweli on 035 797 1807 or email Njabulo at tourism@zcci.co.za view more

Excellence through Collaboration

Tuesday 15th October 2019

You are invited to the annual Business Excellence Awards. Book your seats today! view more

Excellence through Collaboration

Tuesday 10th September 2019

It is time for the annual Business Excellence Awards and nominations are open. Please note that both members and non-members can nominate Zululand companies, worthy of an award. Contact Lihle Msweli on 035 797 1807 or marketing@zcci.co.za for nomination forms and more information. view more

Women and Leadership Seminar

Thursday 15th August 2019

Join us for our Women's month special, empower the women around you and improve the overall performance of your business.Book now for “Women in Leadership” training – the costs are R200 for ZCCI members and R300 for non-members. The Seminar starts at 8am. view more

SMME Seminar

Monday 5th August 2019

Leadership training

Monday 29th July 2019

ZCCI Chamber Manager appointed

Thursday 20th June 2019

Vanessa Ncobela has been appointed as new ZCCI Chamber Manager. She has over 15 years corporate communication and stakeholder relations experience. Moreover she has worked for local corporates such as Foskor and Richards Bay Minerals. view more

Chamber is hiring

Monday 17th June 2019

Training and Events Co-ordinator The Zululand Chamber of Commerce and Industry has a vacancy for a Training and Events Co-ordinator in our Richards Bay office. The ideal candidate will be responsible for: Identify training needs for chamber members Develop and manage  the annual training and events calendar Regular and constructive liaison to companies Promotion of view more

Durban Chamber news

New President of the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry - new President of the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Mr Nigel Ward

Friday 28th June 2019

At the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry's recent Annual General Meeting... view more

Durban Chamber KZN Exporter Of The Year Awards

Tuesday 27th November 2018

The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in partnership with Transnet Port T... view more

The Durban Chamber of Commerce 162nd Annual Gala Dinner

Monday 26th November 2018

The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry has held an Annual Gala Dinner to co... view more

iLembe Chamber of Commerce news

KZN News

Fin24.com | Minerals Council: Help, Eskom is downscaling the mining industry

Thursday 12th December 2019

The Minerals Council of South Africa says Eskom has essentially made "an industrial policy decision" to downscale the mining industry. view more

Fin24.com | Claims of sabotage at Eskom: What we know so far

Thursday 12th December 2019

According to Eskom's head of generation Bheki Nxumalo, a safety monitoring instrument was disconnected last week at Tutuka power station in Mpumalanga, but a union representative has asked for proof. view more

Fin24.com | POWER UPDATE: Stage 2 power cuts for Friday, system remains 'vulnerable'

Thursday 12th December 2019

Eskom says power cuts are likely to continue for the remainder of the week. view more

Fin24.com | Farmers reeling from latest bout of load shedding

Thursday 12th December 2019

Eskom's current load shedding has struck as the Western Cape is in the midst of the fruit season, impacting an already subdued agriculture industry. view more

Fin24.com | More power outages hit the west of Jo'burg

Thursday 12th December 2019

Jo'burg residents have had to contend with outages above and beyond the scheduled load shedding, as power trips hit the West of the city. view more

Business NEWS24

Fin24.com | Minerals Council: Help, Eskom is downscaling the mining industry

Thursday 12th December 2019

The Minerals Council of South Africa says Eskom has essentially made "an industrial policy decision" to downscale the mining industry. view more

Fin24.com | Claims of sabotage at Eskom: What we know so far

Thursday 12th December 2019

According to Eskom's head of generation Bheki Nxumalo, a safety monitoring instrument was disconnected last week at Tutuka power station in Mpumalanga, but a union representative has asked for proof. view more

Fin24.com | POWER UPDATE: Stage 2 power cuts for Friday, system remains 'vulnerable'

Thursday 12th December 2019

Eskom says power cuts are likely to continue for the remainder of the week. view more

Fin24.com | Farmers reeling from latest bout of load shedding

Thursday 12th December 2019

Eskom's current load shedding has struck as the Western Cape is in the midst of the fruit season, impacting an already subdued agriculture industry. view more

Fin24.com | More power outages hit the west of Jo'burg

Thursday 12th December 2019

Jo'burg residents have had to contend with outages above and beyond the scheduled load shedding, as power trips hit the West of the city. view more

Fin24.com | Cape Town to Mantashe: Avoid 'costly litigation' by allowing municipalities to buy their own electricity

Thursday 12th December 2019

The city has written to the minister of mineral resources and energy asking that it and other municipalities be permitted to buy electricity directly from independent power producers, avoiding a pending court case. view more

Fin24.com | Eskom: WhatsApp voice note about failure to pay oil suppliers is fake news

Thursday 12th December 2019

The power utility says claims made in a widely shared voice note are false. view more

Fin24.com | Power instability debilitating factor for SA trade conditions - index

Thursday 12th December 2019

Over the next six months trade in SA is expected to decline further into negative territory, according to the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry's Trade Expectations Index. view more

Fin24.com | Court dismisses Myeni's bid to have Outa withdraw from delinquency case

Thursday 12th December 2019

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse wants to have the former SAA chairperson declared a delinquent director. view more

Fin24.com | October mining production remains in the doldrums

Thursday 12th December 2019

Figures do not yet include the impact of recent mine stoppage caused by the implementation of stage 6 load shedding. view more

Fin24.com | Mining revival threatened as Eskom's power cuts take toll

Thursday 12th December 2019

The deepening crisis at the debt-ridden power utility shut down the country's mining industry for 24 hours. view more

Fin24.com | Saudi Aramco reaches $2 trillion goal after second-day surge

Thursday 12th December 2019

The oil company has overtaken Microsoft and Apple as the world's most valuable listed company. view more

Fin24.com | African airlines set to make almost R3bn loss in 2020

Thursday 12th December 2019

African airlines continue to suffer due to high costs and are projected to show a loss of $200m next year, according to the International Air Transport Association. view more

Fin24.com | Solly Moeng: Dear Eskom, can you generate goodwill along with some additional power?

Thursday 12th December 2019

There is no room for a 'winner takes all' mentality in South Africa if its economy is to recover, writes Solly Moeng. view more

Fin24.com | Pressure on consumers persists as retail data underwhelms - economists

Wednesday 11th December 2019

Retail sales for October lifted only slightly by 0.3%, showing that unemployment, low wage growth and indebtedness continued to undermine consumers' appetite. view more

Fin24.com | Taste share price falls on poor earnings forecast

Thursday 12th December 2019

The group announced it expects to make losses for the half-year ended August 31. view more

Fin24.com | Eskom: We have 'non-firm' power contracts with Zim and Zambia

Wednesday 11th December 2019

Eskom chief operations officer Jan Oberholzer has said that Eskom has contracts with Zimbabwe and Zambia to supply power - but only when it can. view more

Fin24.com | Absa appoints Cheryl Buss to head up international unit

Wednesday 11th December 2019

Absa has put forward one of its long-standing female executives, Cheryl Buss, to lead its recently-established international unit as it expands its global footprint beyond the UK. view more

Fin24.com | Eskom: 'Progress' in getting Northern Cape councils to pay up

Wednesday 11th December 2019

Eskom announced in a statement on Wednesday afternoon that it would suspend power interruptions to 11 municipalities that owed the utility money for electricity, as it was "pleased" with progress made in retrieving outstanding debts from the defaulting councils. view more

Fin24.com | JSE firmer as inflation slows for a consecutive month

Wednesday 11th December 2019

The local bourse edged higher on Wednesday on the back of modest gains across all the major indices. view more

JCCI Business News

Parklands College - Innovation In Education

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Parklands College is an independent school in Cape Town, South Africa, that caters for children from Pre- Primary to Grade 12. Our focus is innovation in education and we believe that the best way to prepare... view more

Joan Warburton-McBride - Launch Of JCCI Global Trade Training Academy

Wednesday 28th November 2018

THE JOHANNESBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY BUILDS ON ITS DECADES OF EXPERTISE, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE TO LAUNCH A GLOBAL TRADE, CUSTOMS AND LOGISTICS ACADEMY JCCI has served the interests of business... view more

Obituary Of Eunice Magagula

Wednesday 28th November 2018

The Chamber staff were sad to hear of the passing of a dear colleague, Eunice Magagula, who retired in December 2017 after 30 years of service. Eunice took care of the thousands of delegates attending... view more

Bernadette Zeiler - Fostering Cooperation

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Mr Van Dzung - Ambassador of Vietnam and Mr Dao Duc - Head of Trade Office and a high ranking delegation of Da Nang City of Vietnam met with JCCI President, Herman Breedt and Bernadette Zeiler - Head of... view more

Mthoko Mbatha - Fuelled By The Demand For Natural Gas

Wednesday 28th November 2018

MTHOKO MBATHA is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Spring Lights Gas (Pty) Ltd (abbreviated to SLG) the second largest natural gas trading company in South Africa. He has served the company in various... view more

David Rosin - The National Credit Amendment Bill 2018

Wednesday 28th November 2018

At the end of March 2017, 24.68 million consumers were credit-active in South Africa, of which 14.99 million were in good standing. The balance either had impaired records (three or more payments or months in... view more

Faith Tigere - Pushing Ahead With African Integration

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Regional economic integration of the continent is key for its continued development. This is a strategy that has been driven forward by many regional institutions including the Southern African Development... view more

Skhumbuzo Macozoma - Users Must Pay For Roads Says SANRAL CEO

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Although South Africa has the 10th largest road network in the world, its need and efficient usage must be interrogated, says Skhumbuzo Macozoma, CEO of the SA National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL). He said... view more

Sandile Xolo - Preparing For The Inevitable Is A Priority In Tight Financial Times

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Sandile Xolo, marketing and communications manager at Ithala SOC Ltd. says, "Funeral cover is the most soughtafter insurance in the country. Death remains an inevitable part of the human journey, making... view more

Debbie Jones - Payments Overdue? How To Have That Conversation With Your Client

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Professional firms might spend their days advising clients on their finances, but even they are aren't immune from the problem of late payments. Having a challenging conversation with your client about money... view more


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