South African Tourism announces future of Indaba and Meetings Africa

South African Tourism has announced that its new Exhibition and Strategic Events division will now be driving its two flagship tourism trade show exhibitions, Indaba and Meetings Africa.

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South Africa's global competitiveness improves

South Africa has risen one place in global competitiveness rankings, with its business efficiency seeing a major improvement, according to the 2016 Institute for Management Development World Competitiveness Yearbook.

Durban's first black female deputy harbour master talks about her job

Pinky Zungu dreamt of becoming an airline pilot, but she has found that piloting a ship is something she could do forever. And she has done such a good job of it that Transnet National Ports Authority has appointed her its first black female deputy harbour master.

Products 'Made in Africa' on the rise

It is rare to find a product that is made in Africa. Despite the new technologies its one-billion people are embracing, production on the continent is achingly low. Africa's leaders are trying to change that say panellists discussing the future of production at WEF Africa 2016.

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