EU chicken import duty increase likely

A local task team will tackle challenges facing the poultry industry

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WATCH: Psyche of success with York Zucchi

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BUSINESS DAY TV: SA will tell Davos that ‘we are open for business’

Brand SA CEO Kingsley Makhubela on who Team SA will court at Davos and the effect of the president’s last-minute withdrawal from the WEF

6 days ago
WATCH: Psyche of success with property entrepreneur Xoliswa Tini

Xoliswa Tini, CEO of Xoliswa Tini Property Group, beat the odds and became a highly successful estate agent in the Eastern Cape

11 days ago
Julius Malema wants 50% tariff to protect local chicken farmers

The EFF leader has joined the call for government intervention — and has some other far-reaching changes he would like to see in the industry

11 days ago
WATCH: How emigrating will affect your retirement savings

CEO of Ryno Viljoen unpacks the laws around immigration and how this may affect your retirement savings

12 days ago
BUSINESS DAY TV: New vehicle sales dropped in 2016, but the NAASA is bullish about 2017

Nico Vermeulen, Director at the National Automobile Association of SA discusses a 15.3% drop in December’s new vehicle sales — and whether 2017 might be better

12 days ago
Car makers and state head for dispute on proposed new fuel regulations

The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa has told the Department of Energy that its draft fuel regulations have left it ...

12 days ago
New direct flights a ‘fabulous boost’ for Cape Town tourism

The city has had six months of strong visitor numbers, and commerce chamber president Janine Myburgh thinks the time could be ripe to reopen the direct Miami ...

13 days ago
Yours to make or break: Street Business School students handed businesses to run

Gary Bannatyne is turning the business education model on its head

13 days ago
Court interdict puts a tangle in hake fishermen’s nets

The interdict stops 27 fishing rights holders from trawling for hake and sole inshore until a review application has been heard and decided — which could take ...

17 days ago
Sub-Saharan Africa records third highest global construction rate

Chinese engineering groups have dominated the sub-Saharan Africa building boom, thanks to Export-Import Bank of China concessionary loans

19 days ago
The biggest winners — and losers — in global agriculture in 2016

After the sector as a whole made its first advance in four years, Goldman Sachs is among those predicting more gains in the year ahead

20 days ago
Three benefits of letting other people lead meetings

It’s valuable to think about who should lead meetings

23 days ago
Draft regulations on disputes between investors and state published

With mediation a hot aspect of the controversial Protection of Investment Act, regulations on investor vs government disputes have been gazetted

23 days ago
Dube TradePort declared a special economic zone

The new special economic zone policy and incentives package offers investors a corporate tax rate of 15%, incentives, infrastructure and freedom from customs ...

24 days ago