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July unrest: trial begins for alleged instigator in Brookside Mall fire

Independent online (SA) 04 Aug 2022
Durban — The trial is set to begin this week for the alleged ... In June, Nhlanhla Samkelo Mthembu, 31, was sentenced by the Durban Regional Court to 5 years direct imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to the theft of a motor vehicle belonging to a business in Mobeni, south of Durban.
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‘Best news ever’: Excitement mounts as new eateries set to open in Davenport

Independent online (SA) 04 Aug 2022
Glenwood’s Davenport Road is undoubtedly one of the coolest restaurant strips in Durban and local diners believe the restaurant couldn’t have launched at any better place than the busy street. It makes sense because the road has been a focus for development in recent years, bringing new diners and party goers to the area ... One user wrote ... Call ... .
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Second Royal Farms project gets initial approval in Greenville

Reflector 30 Jul 2022
Approved a special use permit request by Durban Development to operate a drive-through oil change business at 1.96 acres on East Fire Tower Road, next to Basil’s.Approved a special use permit request by William and Kellie Casey to operate a fence supply and installation company, Superior Fence and Rail, at 102, 104 and 106 Wade St.
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A focus on the needs of the public sector

Business Day 27 Jul 2022
A year after welcoming its first cohort of MBA students, Durban University of Technology (DUT) business school will officially open its doors next month (August) ... When he arrived at DUT in 2020 from North West University business school, programmes were managed by a business studies unit elsewhere in the university.
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KZN Premier Zikalala continues with official duties after ANC conference defeat

Independent online (SA) 26 Jul 2022
Durban - KwaZulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala has gone about his official business despite speculation about his future at the helm of the provincial government following the results at the ANC KZN elective conference ... children, which was held at the Cruise Terminal in Durban.
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Centre opened in Mitchells Plain to tackle unemployment plans to create 1000 new jobs by 2025

Independent online (SA) 21 Jul 2022
Durban - Outsourcing business Sigma Connected South Africa and Shadow Careers recently announced the opening of a new training and education contact centre that will tackle youth unemployment in Mitchells Plain ... IOL Business .
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SA tourism sector on track to regain pre-Covid numbers

Independent online (SA) 19 Jul 2022
South Africa is a great tourism destination and the country is open for business,” the minister said ... Earlier this year, the minister attended the 2022 African Travel Indaba at the ICC in Durban, which attracted investors and tourism businesses from across the continent and world.
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Career crime fighter Ian Cameron offers some advice to tavern owners for protection

Independent online (SA) 18 Jul 2022
Durban - Many South Africans rely on liquor businesses for their livelihoods, but with the recent mass shootings at taverns, these occupations are in jeopardy ... A tavern owner in Folweni, a township south of Durban, said that while this kind of recent violence has not happened there, he and other such business owners in the area are on high alert.
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LOOK: Sundowns honour Mandela's legacy in style at Rustenburg Camp

Independent online (SA) 18 Jul 2022
DurbanMamelodi Sundowns took time out of their busy pre-season schedule to honour Nelson Mandela Day with the community of Rustenburg ... Tlhopie Motsepe, the chairman of The Brazilians was also involved in what was a truly fulfilling day for all the kids who had an opportunity to rub shoulders with their heroes ... @SmisoMsomi16. IOL Sport .
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Fry’s says tougher labelling regulation will burn their business

Business Day 17 Jul 2022
... labelled with meat-related names, it could threaten the viability of its business and put 500 jobs at its Durban factory at risk.
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Need work experience? Here are great paid internships you can apply for in KZN today

Independent online (SA) 15 Jul 2022
Durban - When it comes to work experience, it’s better to hit the ground running by starting as soon as you graduate. Internships are a great way to give yourself an edge in the job market ... Here are great internships you can apply for in KZN today.. KZN Sharks Board internship (x2) ... Durban. Business development intern ... Durban ... IOL Business .
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What’s the beef: Government tussles with plant-based Fry’s

Mail Guardian South Africa 11 Jul 2022
“This is not about fighting anyone ... A long road ... Tammy Fry ... Fry’s products, which are manufactured in Durban, are sold by supermarket chains and other retailers in 28 countries ... Setbacks ... It is not our business objective.” ... The government, Fry says, should do what it can to support businesses like hers, which has 500 people working at its Durban factory.
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July unrest: One year later, Durban businesses still feel unsafe

News24 08 Jul 2022
Head of Durban's business authority Palesa Phili says business confidence is low after the July 2021 unrest, with many citing safety concerns ... .
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July Unrest: KwaZulu-Natal businesses have both optimism and anxiety, one year later

Independent online (SA) 08 Jul 2022
Durban - As the province marks a year since the July unrest which brought about destruction for businesses across KwaZulu-Natal, the business sector has expressed both optimism and anxiety ... Despite the setbacks, the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) said it believed businesses were committed to rebuilding.
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Resilience - Businesses in KZN are still picking up the pieces a year after unrest

Independent online (SA) 07 Jul 2022
About 16 000 businesses were negatively impacted, placing 9 100 jobs at risk in Durban alone ... & Midlands Chamber of Business refuse to back down ... We will stand as the business community to get investors back into our province,” said CEO of the Durban Chamber Palesa Phili.

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