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The humble chicken is at the heart of a critical trade deal between South Africa and its major trading partner, the United States.
While e-books are on the rise in South Africa, the physical book is far from out of business.
Skywise, South Africa’s newest low-cost airline, has its eyes set on becoming a regional carrier.
Tracy Wangari launched her Cape Town-based salon in 1999 and maintains a hands-on role in the now successful venture.
“Thinking back, my biggest lesson was back when I was fired because I was too relaxed and too sure of myself.”
The majority of Africans shop at informal outlets, and this is where South African wines need to improve their presence, says Craig Irving.
South African consumers should benefit from easing inflation, lower fuel costs, and increased disposable income, said Nedbank economist.
South Africa’s many challenges provide opportunities for entrepreneurs to take advantage of.
Cape Town’s Atlantic seaboard suburbs dominate the list.
“Our aim is to take the hassle out of getting your place cleaned.”
Over the last twenty years, the single biggest determinant of South Africa’s economic growth has been global growth.
The African continent is set to record a projected +5% economic growth in 2015.
Euromonitor International looks at some of the consumption trends and drivers of alcohol in South Africa.
Internet retailing continues to see growth in value terms across South Africa, according to a research by Euromonitor International.
Alan Knott-Craig, of Project Isizwe, is partnering with governments to provide free public Wi-Fi, at a cost of only $0.09 per GB.