Latest News for: Durban business


From South Africa to London and back again with Isla Rechner

Independent online (SA) 01 Jul 2024
... Studio’s Durban campus ... Isla’s career flourished as she ventured into the culinary scene, establishing herself in Durban with a pastry stall at Shongweni Farmers Market and a private catering business.

SA Canegrowers hopes Vision Consortium will honour Tongaat R526m obligations

Independent online (SA) 26 Jun 2024
In May this year, the Durban High Court confirmed that the outstanding levies were due to be paid by Tongaat Hulett to the sugar industry ... In May, the Durban High Court dismissed the leave to appeal brought by Tongaat’s business rescue practitioners.

Transnet to appeal R6bn court award to Sasol and TotalEnergies

Independent online (SA) 20 Jun 2024
Transnet, through its business unit Transnet Pipelines, transports crude oil for both Sasol Oil and TotalEnergies Marketing from Durban to the Natref crude oil refinery located in Sasolburg ... BUSINESS REPORT .

Severe weather puts pressure on insurance firms’ earnings

Independent online (SA) 18 Jun 2024
... especially in the Nelson Mandela Bay and Buffalo City metros while a tornado ripped through Tongaat in Durban a few days later, leaving12 people dead and over 7 000 homes destroyed ... BUSINESS REPORT .

LOOK: ‘I am the only designer in the world with a Braille Identification System’ - ...

Independent online (SA) 14 Jun 2024
Her range came out at the end of 2017, when she completed her fashion design studies at the Durban University of Technology. “During my first year, I came up with the idea in business studies, one of our subjects of clothing design,” she says.

Durban’s Florida Road ‘breathes new life’ with sponsored basketball court and a McDonalds food outlet

Independent online (SA) 13 Jun 2024
It breathes new life on Florida Road and shows what happens when we work together as business and government," Mncwabe told IOL ... Durban Tourism, the city's tourism arm, has welcomed the efforts of business partnerships, saying more is needed.

News24 | Massive sinkhole caused by burst underground water pipe forces closure of some Durban streets

News24 08 Jun 2024
A burst underground water pipe caused a massive sinkhole in Durban's central business district resulting in the closure of some streets. But it will not affect the routes designated for the Comrades Marathon which will be run on Sunday ... .

KZN business welcomes electoral outcomes, hails co-operative atmosphere

Independent online (SA) 05 Jun 2024
KZNGC co-ordinator Andrzej Kiepiela said business will meet shortly this week and analyse the election results further ... Just this week, a tornado tore through oThongathi, north of Durban, leaving behind a trail of destruction ... BUSINESS REPORT .

KZN business sentiment is a mix of uncertainty and anticipation, as voting continues

Independent online (SA) 31 May 2024
As votes continue to be counted in KwaZulu-Natal where substantial shifts emerge, the sentiment among local businesses in the province is one of uncertainty and anticipation ... "Business hopes and trusts ...

SA vegetable market outperforms fruit market, Namc report

Independent online (SA) 30 May 2024
The SMAE was concentrated in four markets, namely Johannesburg, Tshwane, Durban, and Cape Town, which account for 84.7% of smallholder market access estimates, while the remaining 15.7% was distributed among other markets ... BUSINESS REPORT .

ANC on track to lose majority after watershed South Africa vote

Guam Pacific Daily News 30 May 2024
"Zuma ran this country perfectly so let's put him back and let South Africa run again," Don Naidoo, a middle-aged small business owner from the province's largest city of Durban, told AFP.

South Africans cast votes in most competitive election since end of apartheid

The Irish Times 29 May 2024
“I grew up loving the ANC because of how they fought for the freedom we have today,” said business owner Skhumbuzo Mnyandu (48) who came out to vote in KwaMashu, a township close to Durban.

Sugar industry facing significant threats from changing climate

Independent online (SA) 28 May 2024
... and biosphere,” Roberts said at a recent business breakfast hosted by Illovo Sugar South Africa in Durban, while delivering a presentation on the latest findings from the Sixth Assessment Cycle.

Durban port’s R1,1 bn liquid bulk terminal launches

Mail Guardian South Africa 27 May 2024
... has described the signing of a terminal operating agreement with Transnet for the new R1.1 billion liquid bulk terminal at the Port of Durban as a dream come true and landmark in his business journey.

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