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Increased presence for Italian business in S Africa next year

26th November 2021 The Italian-South African Chamber of Trade and Industry (Italcham) aims to continue improving its presence in South Africa next year. “We intend to establish an antenna in Cape Town and, possibly, even in Durban and Gqeberha. This means managing multiple hubs with a higher number of events... 

The bridge is becoming smaller

29th October 2021 The uptake of additive technologies has the potential to reduce the effective distance between Italy and South Africa, by increasing the respective countries’ ease of impact on one another. This is according to Dr. Enrico Annacondia, CEO of the Italian Association of Additive Technologies (AITA).... 

SA company leads Covid vaccine storage solutions

29th October 2021 Italcham member Renergen, a natural gas and helium producer, has begun delivering vaccines using its unique Cryo-Vacc technology for vaccine cold storage and transportation. Renergen CEO, Stefano Marani, explains that final tests to validate the product have been completed and he commends his... 

South Africa Economic Outlook 2021

29th October 2021 South Africa remains the third largest African economy behind Nigeria and Egypt. In 2020, South Africa’s GDP was about US$ 302bn. Although primarily mining-based, the country has grown world-class manufacturing skills: its exports are growing and diversifying from products based on raw materials... 
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Emalahleni owes Eskom over R5 billion, urges its customers to pay or face darkness

The Emalahleni local municipality in Mpumalanga has revealed that it owes Eskom over R5-billion for unpaid electricity. It has, therefore, handed over to its lawyers the accounts of some 30 defaulting customers, in a quest to collect the revenue and pay the debt. 

Outrage and calls for fuel price audit as motorists overpaid for petrol on Wednesday

Some motorists unwittingly paid 6c/litre more per litre of fuel than they should have on Wednesday morning. This was before the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) admitted that it had made a calculation error on the announced 81c increase - saying that it was only meant to increase... 
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