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Discover the tastes of tomorrow at Africa’s leading food and beverage conference

26th April 2017 The Food Forum 2017 offers delegates the opportunity to learn and gain professional career credits as Africa’s Big 7 goes international in Johannesburg this June Africa’s premier food and beverage trade show boast a strong line up of key speakers for its exclusive three-day conference in June. 

Earn while you learn at Africa’s new retail conference during the continent’s biggest product sourcing expo: SAITEX 2017

24th April 2017 Trade Buzz 2017 offers delegates an insight into the future of retail & trade across sub-Saharan Africa with recognised career-boosting CPD certification Some of sub-Saharan Africa’s top shopping gurus will be in Johannesburg this June for one of the biggest retail and trade events on the continent. 

How South Africa is attracting the world’s leading hospitality experts to advise on growth for the next decade

20th April 2017 Sub-Saharan Africa needs tourism for jobs and investment and a new expo based on one of the world’s most successful brands will bring international experience to Johannesburg in June 2017 Some of the world’s leading experts in hospitality have agreed to appear at the inaugural The Hotel Show... 

Africa’s Biggest Coatings Show Entrusted To Major Global Expo Organisers

9th March 2017 Leading international exhibitions organisers, dmg events - Middle East, Asia & Africa, will in June next year stage Coatings for Africa 2018, the largest event for its industry on the continent. Coatings for Africa – the longest-running coatings event in Africa - is jointly presented by the SA... 
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Junior iron-ore miner outlines ambitious aims, supports local steel production

Junior iron-ore miner Manngwe Mining plans to expand its asset base and increase production at its existing operation over the next five years to provide integrated steel and mining company ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) with between four-million and five-million tons of iron-ore a year.... 

Opinion: Court’s ‘clean slate’ nuclear directive a big opportunity for new Energy Minister

Having been effectively directed by the Western Cape High Court to “start with a clean slate” when approaching the controversial issue of nuclear procurement, South Africa’s new Energy Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi has some big calls to make. In the April 26 judgment signed off by justices Lee... 
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