The recently launched South African stock exchange A2X Markets, which is offering the Johannesburg Stock Exchange’s listed entities an opportunity of a secondary listing, aspires to sign up between 15 and 20 new companies by mid-2018, CEO Kevin Brady reveals in an exclusive interview with SA Mining.
In line with its 2020 Vision to accelerate the development of members for strategic positions in both the public and private sector, the AWCA launched its Leadership Academy in 2016.
Meetings are a necessary fact of life, but many are not run effectively. Tamara Oberholster looks at strategies and resources available to address the problem.
According to United Nations Water, as many as 1.6 billion people, or almost one quarter of the world’s population, are facing water shortages and drought conditions. Puseletso Mompei takes an in-depth look at this global phenomenon and how it is affecting South Africa.
Anna Trapido has had enough of restaurants hiding behind a good location and expensive-looking décor. She spills the beans on Mzansi’s worst-offending overhyped dining areas.
Fewer young people are entering the construction industry, leading to skills shortages, says Clinton Matos. What can be done to make training more appealing?
A smarter way to control your business access.
Thakadu Battery Materials has secured a R50m black industrialist grant from South Africa’s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for the construction of its pure nickel sulphate plant in the country’s North West province.
South Africa and China have a long-standing relationship, with the recent SALGA/CPAFFC Forum building on this strong foundation, writes Rodney Weideman.