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WATCH: Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry adds muscle to eThekwini Municipality’s fight to improve services

Independent online (SA) 06 Oct 2022
Durban - The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry is backing eThekwini Municipality as it begins the process of improving service delivery, hampered by recent events like Covid-19, the July 2021 unrest and the April and May floods ... strikes by the Durban Solid Waste (DSW) unit.
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Durban and Richards Bay ports affected in latest strike by Transnet workers

Business Day 06 Oct 2022
In Durban, workers are gathering at the port entrance. Officials indicated that Pier 1, Pier 2 and the Durban Container Terminal (DCT) have been affected as a result of industrial action in the coastal city and all appointment slots have been suspended ... [SA] is extremely reliant on the Durban Port and the logistics sector.
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British couple murdered and thrown to crocodiles after looking for seeds in South Africa

Metro UK 04 Oct 2022
The pair, who were married for 30 years, were scouring wild mountains and forests for their business Silverhill Seeds, based in Cape Town ... Sayefundeen Aslam Del Vecchio, 39, his wife Bibi Fatima Patel, 28, and their lodger at the time Mussa Ahmad Jackson, 35, have denied all charges at Durban High Court.
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Hamba kahle, South Africa

Independent online (SA) 01 Oct 2022
Durban - Fed up and desperate South Africans are looking to other countries in search of better ... Durban businesswoman Samanthra Pillay, her husband Sugan and their two daughters sold their business a few months ago and their home on Sunday and will head to New Zealand in November.
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Load shedding: businesses crumbling, massive job losses soon - union

Independent online (SA) 27 Sep 2022
Durban — A South African trade union has said that with businesses crumbling due to load shedding, very soon, there will be massive job losses. United Association of South Africa (UASA) spokesperson Abigail Moyo said businesses and jobs crumble as Eskom stumbles on ... “Businesses, ...
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Enjoy a luxurious KZN holiday with Premier Hotels

Independent online (SA) 26 Sep 2022
If you’re more intent on disconnecting from the bustle, use your base at either of the new 4-star and 3-star Premier Hotels that have opened in KwaZulu-Natal’s prosperous Umhlanga Ridge, a mushrooming business district just north of Durban, as a springboard to explore KwaZulu-Natal’s more northerly stretches.
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De Kock holds the aces in early nominations for Summer Cup

Business Day 25 Sep 2022
Business Day’s winning tip for the Durban July with the filly coming home three lengths clear of her nearest rival in the hands of S’manga Khumalo ... It’s a creditable third in the Durban July ... This runner needs to put a mediocre effort in the Durban July behind him in which — ...
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LIFT’S expansion has finally got wings

Independent online (SA) 22 Sep 2022
Bookings for the Johannesburg-Durban route are set to go live on Thursday and the first flights will start operating on October 26 with three return flights per day ... “The airline adds additional seat capacity to the Durban market, which improves access to our destination for both our business and leisure travellers ... BUSINESS REPORT.
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LIFT airline bookings now open for Johannesburg-Durban route

Independent online (SA) 22 Sep 2022
Durban - Travellers will be able to fly between OR Tambo and King Shaka International Airports as soon as 26 October but can make their bookings as of Thursday ... “The airline adds additional seat capacity to the Durban market, which improves access to our destination for both our business and leisure travellers,” said Makwakwa.
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KZN Gaming, Betting Tax Amendments may close the door to horseracing for generations to come

Independent online (SA) 22 Sep 2022
As a youngster growing up in KwaMashu, KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), I never would have dreamed that I would someday be two-time winner of Africa’s greatest horseracing event – the Hollywoodbets Durban July and two-time South African champion jockey ... Go to any track and see the number of black racegoers, jockeys, grooms, employees, and small business owners.
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Millions of rand to be invested in South Durban Basin infrastructure

Independent online (SA) 21 Sep 2022
Durban - To prevent the “flight” of industries from the South Durban Basin (SDB), the eThekwini Municipality has announced an investment of R235 million for infrastructure upgrades in the area after the April floods left several businesses unable to operate.
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eThekwini metro police have a hi-tech crime-busting plan

Business Day 21 Sep 2022
He said phase three involves a partnership with Toyota in the South Durban Basin ... Organised business in the city has welcomed the initiative, as have opposition political parties in the municipality, the EFF and DA ... “Safety and security of businesses is of critical importance.
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Durban Metro Police present technologically driven R300 million crime prevention plan

Independent online (SA) 21 Sep 2022
Durban - Metro police in the eThekwini Municipality have proposed an ambitious smart security plan that aims to ensure prompt response to crimes in progress ... Business in the city will also take part in the programme. At least one multinational based in Durban will participate and ...
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KwaZulu-Natal business chambers criticise stage 6 load shedding

Independent online (SA) 20 Sep 2022
Durban — KwaZulu-Natal’s chambers of commerce and industry have raised fears of further business hardships following Eskom’s implementation of stage 6 load shedding ... The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes prolonged periods of stage 6 load shedding will impact South Africa’s GDP and investment profile negatively.
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The evolution of amapiano

Mail Guardian South Africa 19 Sep 2022
“Basically, by maximising what we offer, we are able to keep the doors open,” says King, who is focused on the visual side of business ... “I used to call it ‘urban-kwaito’,” says a delighted Ngcobo, who worked with DJ Clock and Durban Nyts, before going solo. As much as the business ...

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