The Zambian mining industry is to push for a long-term strategic consensus to promote the growth not just of the mining industry, but of the entire country.
The International Property Awards is the world’s largest, most prestigious, and widely recognised programme. Worldwide, the 2015 International Property Awards has received more than 2000 entries from over 110 countries this year.
According to the Free Market Foundation (FMF) executive director, Leon Louw, “consumers will be the losers” if the Financial Sector Regulation Bill (FSRB) is enacted.
A special drought aid fund has been established to help alleviate the plight of farmers and support the agricultural sector to maintain food security.
Stephen Lussier, Forevermark CEO, De Beers Group, stated at the second International Diamond Conference that it has been a ‘really tough time’ in the beneficiation sector.
A new report points to investment and construction in Africa’s transport sector continuing to grow apace as the continent looks to the importance of ports, rail and road infrastructure to provide a backbone for trade between African countries and across the world.
Smoking is not a crime; tobacco is not illegal - Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi’s call to ban all smoking in all “public” places is an assault on freedom and individual rights, the Free Market Foundation (FMF) advocates.
China will face scrutiny from world leaders at 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21), which is currently underway, as the country is likely to propose particularly ambitious targets to reduce carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions, says research and consulting firm GlobalData.
Twenty-six agreements worth R94 billion were signed on 2 December 2015 at the Union Buildings in Pretoria, taking bilateral cooperation between China and South Africa to a higher level.