With 95 percent of votes counted the ruling ANC appears to … . Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa centre back, greets opposition Economic Freedom Front party members at the results center in Pretoria, South Africa, Friday, Aug. 5, 2016.
South Africa's ruling party is facing its biggest election setback since it took power at the end of apartheid 22 years ago. Final results of municipal elections are being announced at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Video: Dadaab was meant as a temporary refugee home for Somalis fleeing their country’s civil war. Twenty five years later, it’s home to 330,000 people – and the third biggest city in Kenya. This week, the Kenyan government announced plans to try and close it down.
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Nelson Mandela spent the 15 years before his imprisonment in Soweto, South Africa’s largest township. His former home is now a pilgrimage site for tourists wanting an insight into his early life.
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At a whopping 5.58 metres long, it is the second-largest crocodile ever caught in Australia. A jaw-dropping snapshot has surfaced of a monster 890 kilogram saltwater croc which was snared by celebrity animal wrangler Matt Wright. The mammoth man-eater, …
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The 2016 annual My business Expo is back in Johannesburg on 10 March at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand. Now in its eighth successful year, My business Expo is Africa’s biggest and most successful business exhibition for anyone looking to start or expand a business.
Hosted by the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC) the expo brings together thousands of delegates from South Africa and beyond for a one-day, all under one roof entrepreneurial extravaganza. The highly anticipated business start-up and growth forum will this year incorporate business Start-Up Expo, Access to Finance Indaba, The Franchise Show, Trading Across Borders and Build a business LIVE.
This year’s programme is already set to be bigger and better with an inspiring line-up filled with cutting edge solutions, new ideas and not-to-be-missed opportunities together with over 200 exhibitors and sponsors, and top of the line seminars.
“One of the largest challenges facing small businesses is the inability to further develop a customer base in order to boost top line growth,” notes Mike Anderson, NSBC founder and CEO. “My business Expo draws together expert information, guidance and advice on everything from how to access finance, control cash flow, register a trademark to the legal aspects involved in starting a business and how best to approach sales.”
In addition to inspiring delegates on the broader subject of entrepreneurship, the 2016 expo will also include the world famous Build a business LIVE. As the only paid-for event at My business Expo at R195, the exclusive event offers the opportunity to meet and listen to four global entrepreneurial and inspirational speakers guaranteed to get aspiring business owners moving in a positive and accelerated direction.
“The future of the South African economy and the future of job creation are inextricably dependent on small business,” says Anderson. “This is why small Business matters and why events like My business Expo are so important for those serious about starting or growing their own business. The expo presents an ideal opportunity for delegates to network, discuss current trends, share knowledge and so much more.”
Tickets for My business Expo are now available. Pre-registration is free provided delegates pre-register at www.mybizexpo.co.za
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This was the question posed by Wim Trengove SC, representing mineworkers who contracted either silicosis, tuberculosis or both in what has the potential to be the biggest class-action case in South African history. Three law firms have joined together to represent the employees working in mines that have unsafe ventilation practices which can expose workers to high levels of dust and cause both diseases.