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South African Business 2016 edition

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South African Business is an annual guide to business and investment in South Africa. Published by Global Africa Network Media in Cape Town, the 2016 edition is in its fourth year of publication. The publication provides up-to-date information and analyses of the country's key economic sectors, as well as detailed economic overviews of each of the nine provinces in South Africa.

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    SPECIAL FEATURE tinue to move forwa

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    With so many training companies to

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    SPECIAL FEATURE and strengthen thei

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    INTERVIEW The Moma titanium mine pl

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    Export Credit Insurance Corporation

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    Lesego Mosupye Resume, Chief Risk O

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    and strength of our port, rail, and

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    OVERVIEW Agriculture South Africa i

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    OVERVIEW About 45% of production is

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    OVERVIEW Oil and gas Most of the oi

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    INTERVIEW Unconventional Petroleum

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    FOCUS South Africa’s Extended Con

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    INTERVIEW TPL celebrates 50 years S

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    OVERVIEW operator will produce a si

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    NEW MONDAY MORNING START: Conferenc

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    COUNCIL FOR GEOSCIENCE Geophysics L

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    economical electricity. The SAPP al

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    important manufacturing sectors (au

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    the total sum of Chinese investment

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    Food and beverages The sector emplo

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    Engineering Transnet’s R300-billi

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    OVERVIEW R1.2-billion has been adde

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    OVERVIEW country, covering about 44

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    PROFILE BGCMA Situated in the south

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    OVERVIEW Transport South Africa is

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    OVERVIEW the stations were isolated

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    OVERVIEW Phakisa to power marine ec

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    OVERVIEW Tourism The South African

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    OVERVIEW • Bidvest Travel and Avi

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    OVERVIEW Events and conferences Boo

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    OVERVIEW Information and communicat

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    OVERVIEW (Continued from page 118)

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    OVERVIEW ICT development in South A

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    PROFILE VeriFi VeriFi is the leader

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    OVERVIEW Banking and financial serv

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    OVERVIEW Development finance and SM

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    OVERVIEW According to research done

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    OVERVIEW Education and training Edu

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    OVERVIEW Waste recycling The moneti

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    OVERVIEW Waste compliance Although

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    INTERVIEW The importance of respons

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    INTERVIEW deemed as an e-waste prod

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    OVERVIEW Africa could up its genera

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    INTERVIEW equity but you also have

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    LISTINGS KwaZulu-Natal Durban Chamb

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    Ministry in the Presidency responsi

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    LISTINGS Department of Energy Minis

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    LISTINGS Department of Police Minis

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    LISTINGS Department of Tourism Mini

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    OVERVIEW GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE

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    BUFFALO CITY METROPOLITAN MUNICIPAL

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    Free State sector contribution. SOU

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    Gauteng sector contribution. SOURCE

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    an enabling environment for busines

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    Join the 2nd Gold Rush!! The City o

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    KwaZulu-Natal sector contribution.

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    Limpopo sector contribution. SOURCE

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    Mpumalanga OVERVIEW Province INVEST

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    Economic diversity: Investment oppo

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    MANUFACTURING There are two primary

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    The Maputo Development Corridor (MD

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    OVERVIEW PERSONAL & GENERAL GOVERNM

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    OVERVIEW Northern Cape sector contr

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    OVERVIEW PERSONAL & GENERAL GOVERNM

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    GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES 10.8% P

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    FOCUS informed about you and they m

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    Phodiso Holdings Ltd is a South Afr

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