Black industrialists: numbers target on track, official says

The aim of the black industrialists programme is to set up 100 black industrialists over the medium term: 30 this year, 30 next year and 40 in the third year

New loan window for competitive factories not enough

The Manufacturing Circle says more needs to be done to balance job creation, competitiveness and transformation in the sector

Government misses chicken-panel deadline as body mulls appeal

Agricultural department misses court deadline to decide if poultry producers can sell current stocks of brined chicken before new rules capping brine limits ...

York Timbers stock leaps on expectations that earnings doubled

Net cash flow from operating activities is likely to be between R100m and R110m higher than that reported for the previous year

Watchdog steps up scrutiny of imports, plans to inspect retailers

The National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications is intensifying its surveillance to ensure imported products meet SA standards

BUSINESS DAY TV: Educated workforce is vital when competing abroad

Mike Vincent, Africa Industrial Products and Services sector leader at Deloitte talks about why Brics countries are falling behind in manufacturing ...

Vehicle supply industry lures state official

Components suppliers want a handle on changes in future automotive policy, and Department of Trade and Industry official Renai Moothilal's may be the solution

US chicken imports fall foul of quotas

South African Poultry Association reports less than half the volume expected from the US under a hard-fought trade pact has arrived

Davies puts Harare on notice over exports impasse

Rob Davies gives Zimbabwe three-week grace period to reopen its doors to South African exporters

Liquid bulk terminal to benefit emerging importers

SA imports more than 5-billion litres of refined petroleum products a year

SA and Zimbabwe to discuss trade restrictions

Zimbabwe has issued a list of banned South African imports and is imposing additional tax duties on South African exporters to ‘protect local industry’

Zimbabwe’s commerce minister ‘too busy’ to meet Rob Davies

Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha gives no indication of when he will meet his South African counterpart to discuss the recent import restrictions

Transnet seeks proposals for liquid-fuels terminal in Durban

The continent’s most-industrialised economy plans to build fuel terminals as demand for storage in Africa grows

BUSINESS DAY TV: Weak rand has its advantages when it comes to exports

Precious Moloi-Motsepe, African Fashion International founder and executive chair, on whether the weak rand is a help or a hindrance to the SA textile industry ...

WATCH: Weak rand: help or hindrance for SA’s textile industry?

Precious Moloi-Motsepe, founder of African Fashion International, says a weak rand enables designers and manufacturers to export goods and improve income

SA government takes a stand for exporters to Zimbabwe

It is not prepared to accept the way its exporters are being treated, with a ban on the import of a basket of products and the imposition of extra tax duties

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