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Gigaba announces MTBPS date, says Treasury will manage government debt

By: African News Agency      11th September 2017 Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba on Monday announced that he would deliver his inaugural Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) next month on October 25. The MTBPS is a government report providing information on the country’s economic context, fiscal objectives, and spending priorities over a... 

New home owners not liable for historical debt, ConCourt rules

By: News24Wire      29th August 2017 The Constitutional Court on Tuesday ruled that new home owners are not liable for historical debt taken over from previous owners. Municipalities such as Tshwane, eThekwini and Ekurhuleni – as well as the cooperative and governance minister - argued against a landmark high court judgment in 2016,... 

S Africans satisfied with improvements in metros – survey

By: Sane Dhlamini     3rd August 2017 South Africans have seen a marked improvement in the performance of local government aside from the metropolitans Cape Town and Buffalo City, according to an Ipsos survey conducted after the local government elections on August 3. The Khayabus study, for which 3 598 South Africans 15 years and... 

Redefine Properties’ industrial developments on track  

By: Anine Kilian     26th July 2017 Development of one of JSE-listed real estate investment trust (Reit) Redefine Properties’ largest industrial developments, the 1.6-million square metre S&J Industrial Estate, in Germiston, is on track, with bulk infrastructure currently being rolled out. The prime site is majority owned by... 

‘Serious questions’ need to be asked about poor BRT ridership

By: Irma Venter     21st July 2017 South Africa, as a country, has to ask itself some “serious questions” about bus-rapid transit (BRT) systems, says Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi. He says that the three BRT systems in Gauteng – in Tshwane,  Johannesburg and Ekurhuleni – built at a collective cost of around... 

Time to question BRT systems in South Africa, says Vadi, Transport Minister 

By: Irma Venter     10th July 2017 South Africa, as a country, had to ask itself some “serious questions” about bus-rapid transit (BRT) systems, Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi said on Monday. Speaking at the Southern African Transport Conference (SATC) in Pretoria, he said that the three BRT systems in Gauteng – in... 

Ekurhuleni tops metros in governance in BD index

By: African News Agency      10th July 2017 The Business Day newspaper’s new index that tracks how well cities and towns spend residents’ money has ranked the City of Ekurhuleni top in the country, the city said on Sunday. Released in June, the index allocated each municipality a score out of 100 points based on five indicators – the... 

Ekurhuleni to invest R2.2bn in energy infrastructure  

By: Anine Kilian     28th June 2017 The city of Ekurhuleni has committed R2.2-billion to invest in energy infrastructure over the next three years. “Ekurhuleni is pursuing a renewable energy strategy that will generate 10 MW of energy by 2021 as part of its local strategy to ensure energy stability in the region, without completely... 

New global consumption class could stimulate new manufacturing opportunities, says Ekurhuleni MMC

By: Natasha Odendaal     27th June 2017 The global manufacturing sector is entering a dynamic phase that will bring about a range of new market opportunities in emerging economies by 2025 and result in the emergence of a new global consumption class. Driven by steady growth in the middle class, the development of a new consumption... 

Indaba to focus on emerging sector developments

By: Nica Schreuder     23rd June 2017 With the 2017 Manufacturing Indaba’s focus being on the development of emerging manufacturers, event organisers Siyenza Management MD Liz Hart says the event will continue to provide new and innovative content as well as showcase the latest in local and global trends in manufacturing. She notes... 

2017 Manufacturing Indaba an important event in terms of Responsible Care® in the chemical industry

     13th June 2017 The Chemical and Allied Industries’ Association (CAIA) is proudly participating and exhibiting at the 2017 Manufacturing Indaba Conference and Exhibition on 27-28 June this year.   The CAIA team will be there, representing the chemical industry as an endorsing partner, and we invite all our... 

The enhanced interface between the mining and manufacturing sector remains a key facilitator for the re-industrialisation of South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      12th June 2017 South Africa remains one of the most geologically blessed regions in the world and re-industrialisation is critical to the growth of the economy and increased employment. South Africa has renewed its commitment to industrialisation and the manufacturing industry is a key catalyst in the equation.... 

Earthworks for 42 500 m2 office to start in August

     26th May 2017 Bulk earthworks for the 42 500 m2 property that hosts auditing and consulting firm Deloitte South Africa’s new Gauteng office is excepted to start in August, with construction expected to start in the fourth quarter of this year. Property development company Atterbury announced last month that it... 

Manufacturing Indaba - Growing South African manufacturing

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th May 2017 Going into its fourth year, the annual Manufacturing Indaba is fast approaching and, with the country heavily focussed on growth solutions and the impact future trends will have on the manufacturing sector in South Africa,  participants eagerly plan for two remarkable days, hosted at Emperors... 

Ekurhuleni sets aside R12bn to assist youth owned businesses and SMMEs

By: African News Agency      25th April 2017 The Mayor of Ekurhuleni Mzwandile Masina on Tuesday said the city has set aside R12-billion to ensure youth owned businesses and small, medium-sized and microenterprises (SMMEs) to reposition themselves as capable and preferred service providers to government. “The money will be ring-fenced to... 

Manufacturing Indaba enters its 4th year - aimed at growing South African manufacturers

     3rd April 2017 The rapid advancement of technology and processes in the manufacturing industry across the world has forced South Africa to consider changing current practices and mind sets in order to be able to compete internationally.  At this edition of the Manufacturing Indaba, to be hosted at Emperors... 

Property body investigates municipal rates and taxes

By: David Oliveira     24th March 2017 The South African Property Owners Association (Sapoa) announced last month that it had reappointed specialist consultants Rates Watch to monitor rates policies for the next five years, owing to the negative impacts of rising municipal rates and taxes on operating costs, gross rentals and property... 

Ekurhuleni launches new R8.9bn housing settlement in Boksburg  

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     27th February 2017 A new R8.9-billion housing development project on the East Rand of Gauteng is set to provide 22 000 houses over the next seven years. The Leeuwpoort project, just off Rondebult road, comprises three integrated residential development areas, with two parts in the north, Parkdene Ext 7 and Reiger... 

Sanral CEO looks to regain South Africa’s trust despite ongoing e-toll tussle 

By: Irma Venter     24th February 2017 Not too long ago, the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) was a firm darling among its peers. It was a well-funded State-owned enterprise (SOE) almost never under fire, seldom in retreat, grinding ever onward in its task to manage and expand the country’s road network. Then came... 

Sanral CEO looks to regain South Africa’s trust despite ongoing e-toll tussle

By: Irma Venter     24th February 2017 Not too long ago the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) was a firm darling among its peers. It was a well-funded State-owned enterprise (SOE) almost never under fire, seldom in retreat, grinding ever onward in its task to manage and expand the country’s road network. Then came... 

Application of aerotropolis concept in South Africa to attract business

By: Simone Liedtke     27th January 2017 The Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) believes that focused applications of the aerotropolis concept in South Africa will attract business and make domestic airports a preferable link in the value chain. 

Efficient Engineering secures top empowerment rating as its transformation journey continues

By: Terence Creamer     15th December 2016 All three business units at leading South African heavy engineering and solutions group Efficient Engineering have been verified as level 1 broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) companies under the South African government’s new codes. Verification agency BEE on Call confirmed the... 

Ekurhuleni excited to activate Aerotropolis project as part of wider 5-year plan  

     2nd December 2016 Ekurhuleni metropolitan municipality is excited to finally acquire a comprehensive plan for the much anticipated Aerotropolis project announced two years ago. The Aerotropolis project is one of the important projects the city is spearheading, amongst others it has unveiled as part of its... 

After flash floods, Premier prepares to declare parts of Gauteng disaster areas

By: African News Agency      11th November 2016 Gauteng Premier David Makhura said on Friday he intended to declare some parts of Gauteng disaster areas following this week’s fierce flash floods in the province. “We are taking the necessary steps to declare a disaster so that we can tap into all available resources to assist those affected by... 

2019 target set for launch of Gauteng Transport Authority

By: Irma Venter     28th October 2016 Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi aims to have the Gauteng Transport Authority (GTA) in place before the 2019 national and provincial elections, which could see his tenure come to an end. The GTA will be a legally constituted public transport authority with legal powers, reaching... 

Gauteng aerotropolis feasibility study completed

By: Irma Venter     28th October 2016 The feasibility study for Gauteng’s Aerotropolis project, to be developed around the OR Tambo International Airport, has been completed, says Aerotroplis project manager Jack van der Merwe. “We are ready to set up an implementation office. This will be a physical office on site. 

Corobrik proudly supports Johannesburg Municipality Police Department’s cycle team in an annual metro cycling competition by donating 20 cycle shirts and 20 Corobrik bags

     13th October 2016 Johannesburg Municipality Police Department’s (JMPD) cycle team wanted to put Corobrik on the map by having them sponsor their kit in the annual cycling competition between themselves and other metro cycling teams. This annual event is made up of teams from the municipality police departments of... 

Gauteng Aerotropolis feasibility study wrapped up

By: Irma Venter     7th October 2016 The feasibility study for Gauteng’s Aerotropolis project, to be developed around the OR Tambo International Airport, has been completed, says Aerotroplis project manager Jack van der Merwe. “We are ready to set up an implementation office. This will be a physical office on site. 

Vadi aims to have Gauteng transport authority in place by 2019

By: Irma Venter     7th October 2016 Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi aims to have the Gauteng Transport Authority (GTA) in place before the 2019 national and provincial elections, which could see his tenure come to an end. The GTA will be a legally constituted public transport authority with legal powers, reaching... 

Gauteng 'open for business', Makhura tells German chamber

By: Anine Kilian     9th September 2016 Government’s vision for the Gauteng province has not changed, despite the change of leadership from the African National Congress to a Democratic Alliance-led coalition in major metropolitan regions, including Johannesburg and Tshwane, Gauteng Premier David Makhura said on Friday. Speaking at an... 

Makhura, Gauteng mayors to discuss province’s reindustrialisation programmes

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     30th August 2016 Gauteng Premier David Makhura will, in the coming month, meet with the province’s newly elected mayors to discuss ways of advancing programmes to reindustrialised the city region. This includes the Democratic Alliance’s Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga and Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, as well... 

ANC should lose August elections – but will it? 

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     22nd July 2016 The local government elections are upon us. And if things go according to the predictions of political commentators such as yours truly, as well as the number of violent protests we have seen around the country over the past few months, the African National congress (ANC) is in deep trouble. It... 

Makhura eyes Gauteng as heart of South Africa’s industrial revival

By: Natasha Odendaal     30th June 2016 Gauteng, and more specifically the City of Ekurhuleni, should be used as a base for South Africa’s reindustrialisation programmes and drive the unfolding fourth industrial revolution, Premier David Makhura has said. Ekurhuleni, South Africa’s oldest industrialised region, remained the... 

Next week’s Manufacturing Indaba to host minister, VIPs and international manufacturing experts

     20th June 2016 Manufacturing stakeholders are keen to keep the momentum going in their manufacturing operations, which make up South Africa’s fourth-biggest economic sector. Manufacturing saw a recent recovery despite weak demand. Manufacturing business confidence rose five index points to 23 in the second... 

Manufacturing Indaba continues to deliver despite economic climate

By: Nadine James     17th June 2016 The Manufacturing Indaba, which takes place on June 28 and 29 at Emperors Palace in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, has shown consistent growth over the past three years in terms of attendance and scope, despite tough economic conditions, says Manufacturing Indaba MD Liz Hart. Even with companies scaling... 

Vadi aiming for Gauteng Transport Authority deal ahead of August elections

By: Irma Venter     10th June 2016 The Gauteng government hopes to sign an in-principle agreement with Gauteng’s three major municipalities – Ekurhuleni, Tshwane and Johannesburg – on the formation of a Gauteng Transport Authority (GTA) before the local elections, to be held on August 3, says Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr... 

SA Manufacturing Needs To Empower Small Businesses

     3rd June 2016 Small to medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) are the engine of economic growth and are essential for competitive and efficient economic growth. Research has shown that SMMEs are critical for poverty reduction and can play a particularly important role in developing countries. SMMEs are the... 

'Twisting' Vitreous Enamel Cladding For Oman Airport Tower

     27th May 2016 Ekurhuleni-based Vitrex designed and  supplied unique 'twisted' vitreous enamel the Air Traffic Control (ATC) Tower at Muscat International Airport in the Sultanate of Oman. Vitraclad heavy gauge panels, exported by Vitrex to cover around 4 000m2 of the fins of the Tower, were installed by the... 

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