"More than 1 600 businesses closed down in 2023" - Stats SA

The latest liquidation numbers from Stats SA reveal that over 1 600 businesses closed down in 2023 however, this signals a significant reduction from 2022.

By Neo Poho about 1 month ago

TymeBank becomes the first digital bank to break-even in Africa

TymeBank has announced that it has attained its first profitable month in December 2023, less than five years after its inception in February 2019, this feat makes it the first digital bank in South Africa and the continent to break-even.

By Neo Poho about 1 month ago

South Africa and renewable energy: a 12-year-old programme offers insights for countries moving to cleaner power sources

Based on our findings we point to ways to get closer to the country’s key targets. These include increased capacity, decarbonisation, local development, and addressing energy poverty among lower-income households.

By Aalia Cassim - Visiting Researcher, Southern Centre for Inequality Studies, University of the Witwatersrand. Imraan Valodia - Pro Vice-Chancellor: Climate, Sustainability and Inequality and Director: Southern Centre for Inequality Studies., University of the Witwatersrand. Julia Taylor - Researcher: Climate and Inequality, University of the Witwatersrand. Professor Rod Crompton - African Energy Leadership Centre, Wits Business School, University of the Witwatersrand 3 months ago

President Ramaphosa to attend the P&G Investment launch

In 2018, the President initiated the South Africa Investment Conference (SAIC) with the ambitious goal of attracting R1.2 trillion in investments over five years.

By The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa 4 months ago

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