Poultry industry invests R1bn in expansion

Part of the sector’s master plan, 5% more chickens are being produced for slaughter each week with the total investment set to create 4,600 jobs

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WANDILE SIHLOBO: Agritourism to benefit most from move to level 1

The sector was hard hit by restrictions on local and international travel

Spar named overall winner at the Absa Business Day Supplier Development Awards

The annual awards recognise the need to bridge the gap between suppliers and corporate SA

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Despite Covid-19, some rebound and growth exist in tourism sector

Research done by the Johannesburg Inner City Partnership estimated that cross-border shoppers spent R10bn in Johannesburg alone in 2017

Protectionism in steel and metal industries makes sense, but it could do more harm than good

There are long-term, undesirable effects on other equally important sectors and consumers

STEPHEN CRANSTON: Life insurance sector remains in good health

The industry has more than double the regulatory buffer required by the new solvency capital requirements

Tourism sector needs to think out the box to find new ways to lure visitors

Industry should be focusing on rewiring itself radically rather than trying to return to the past

Minister urges domestic tourist operators to cut rates

Prices are aimed at overseas travellers, making sites unaffordable to locals, says Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane

WANDILE SIHLOBO: Joint effort keeps agricultural sector thriving during pandemic

All stakeholders pitched in to tackle problems such as port backlogs and value-chain disruptions

Worst of the Covid storm may be over for battered SA bank stocks

There are signs that sentiment may be turning for the better after a punishing 2020

TOM EATON: Paying taxis might get more people to pay their taxes

Usually Mbaks is used to announcing the road death toll, but this time he brought subsidies to SA’s own private parastatal

NEVA MAKGETLA: New business models needed for tourism and other Covid-sensitive industries

The highest risk economic activities such as public transport just can’t return to pre-pandemic practices

SA’s potato players want government to freeze imports

The potential volume of potatoes in the EU that could make its way to SA will hurt producers for years, says Potatoes SA CEO André Jooste


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