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Increases in capital and labour are no longer driving...
How the largest JSE companies have changed over time (View Infographic)
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Africa Property Skyline Magazine launches in Johannesburg
Giving a much-needed voice to the African real estate...
Datacentre investment leaders highlight Africa investment opportunity
Large scale datacentre investment opportunities are increasing in Sub-Saharan...
Innovation is key to South Africa’s transition to Industrie 4.0
The Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industrie 4.0 is forever...
BMW i joins forces with TED in search of visionary mobility ideas
With its all-embracing approach to sustainability extending far beyond...
New BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition now available in South Africa
The new BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition, is now...
Bowmans partner named Africa’s first Insol International President
In a first for Africa, the continent has produced...
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  • The Informal Economy, or if you have a penchant for the more colourful descriptor, the “Shadow” or “Grey” Economy, is typically the term used to refer to the portion of a country’s economy that transact exclusively in cash, thus making it infinitely more difficult to include these economic activities in any form of official statistics, […]

  • Pressure is mounting on South Africa to enact the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Bill before the June 2017 meeting of the international Financial Action Task Force. “The task force, which sets global standards for combating money laundering and terrorist financing, has already raised concerns about enacting the FICA Bill,” says Kirsten Serrurier, Bowmans Banking and […]

  • Increases in capital and labour are no longer driving the levels of economic growth the world has become accustomed to and desires. Fortunately, a new factor of production is on the horizon, and it promises to transform the basis of economic growth for countries across the world. Due to a number of economic and political […]

  • BayHill Capital has released the latest infographic showcasing how the largest companies in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) have evolved over the past 40 years. In addition, the data covers how the JSE has been affected by the growth of the industry and technology over the years.   This infographic does not take into account […]

  • Giving a much-needed voice to the African real estate sector, the African Property Skyline Magazine (www.AfricanSkylineMag.com), the only publication dedicated to Africa real estate investment and development, will provide the industry with a new platform to explore and create a better understanding of the continent’s true potential. The magazine, which will feature the latest investment […]

  • Large scale datacentre investment opportunities are increasing in Sub-Saharan Africa as key commercial hubs benefit from the critical combination of high quality international backbone infrastructure subsea cable connectivity and mushrooming local demand for data, say investment leaders. Michael Tobin, Telecity former Data Centre Operator Chief Executive Officer, who is a key speaker at the upcoming […]

  • The Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industrie 4.0 is forever changing the world of manufacturing and automation. To keep pace with global trends, South Africa must invest in education and innovation, experts say. Speaking ahead of the Africa Automation Fair and Connected Industries conference to be held in Johannesburg, industry stakeholders noted that the paradigm shift […]

  • With its all-embracing approach to sustainability extending far beyond electric vehicles alone, the BMW i brand has established itself as a pioneering influence in the future face of mobility. BMW i is teaming up with TED, the non-profit organization dedicated to Ideas Worth Spreading whose conferences have earned a worldwide following. The alliance was announced […]

  • The new BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition, is now available in South Africa. In October 2016 BMW M launched the limited high-performance coupe in honour of BMW Motorsport Works Driver Marco Wittmann (DE) who secured the DTM driver’s title in the 2016 season finale at the Hockenheimring. In terms of driving performance, the BMW M4 […]

  • In a first for Africa, the continent has produced the top office-bearer at the world’s leading insolvency association, Insol International. Adam Harris, a partner at pan-African law firm Bowmans, is the new president of Insol, whose 10 000 members worldwide are active in the field of restructuring and insolvency. Harris is the first African president […]

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  • Shedding light on the African shadow economy

    The Informal Economy, or if you have a penchant for the more colourful descriptor, the “Shadow” or “Grey” Economy, is typically the term used to refer to the portion of a country’s economy that transact exclusively in cash, thus making it infinitely more difficult to include these economic activities in any form of official statistics,

    Shedding light on the African shadow economy
  • South Africa under pressure to enact FICA Bill

    Pressure is mounting on South Africa to enact the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Bill before the June 2017 meeting of the international Financial Action Task Force. “The task force, which sets global standards for combating money laundering and terrorist financing, has already raised concerns about enacting the FICA Bill,” says Kirsten Serrurier, Bowmans Banking and

    South Africa under pressure to enact FICA Bill
  • How the largest JSE companies have changed over time (View Infographic)

    BayHill Capital has released the latest infographic showcasing how the largest companies in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) have evolved over the past 40 years. In addition, the data covers how the JSE has been affected by the growth of the industry and technology over the years.   This infographic does not take into account

    How the largest JSE companies have changed over time (View Infographic)

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  • Already the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent, with 1.2 billion people as of 2016, Africa accounts for about 16% of the world’s human population and it is predicted that, by 2034, it will have a larger workforce than China...

  • Transnet has officially launched its first locomotive to serve the African continent. Speaking on 4 April 2017 in Pretoria, South Africa during the launch of the Trans Africa Locomotive, President Jacob Zuma says the completion of the locomotive is...

  • The reefer trade (refrigerated cargo solutions) sector contributes positively to the South African economy by creating employment and stimulating economic growth. This is according to Matthew Conroy, Trade Manager of Maersk Line Southern Africa, a member of Maersk Group,...

  • Denel has applied to the High Court of South Africa in Gauteng for an order declaring that it obtained approval to form a joint venture with VR Laser Asia, which resulted in the establishment of Denel Asia. In spite...

  • The choice of Kenya as the host country of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) new regional Maritime Technology Cooperative Centre (MTCC) for the African region is a welcome development certain to further strengthen and enhance ongoing collaboration, knowledge sharing...

  • As Denel gets ready to revive the Naval Dockyard facilities in Simonstown, the company is collaborating with thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (tkMS) for joint support of the SA Navy frigates and submarines. Denel, which is a global supplier of world-class...

  • Aiteo, an integrated energy group, has announced a peak production of 90kpod just one year after its acquisition of sub-Sharan Africa’s reputedly largest onshore oil bloc OML 29. Aiteo acquired OML 29 in September, 2015 when oil major Shell...

  • A few months ago, South Africa’s oceans were the scene of what can only be described as two high action pursuits by South African authorities of suspicious Chinese vessels fishing illegally in South African waters. In one incident the...

  • Oranto Petroleum will invest $500 million to develop South Sudan’s Block B3, launching a comprehensive exploration campaign starting immediately. The Ministry of Petroleum and Oranto Petroleum Company, South Sudan signed the exploration and production sharing agreement for the block...

  • Leading oil and gas industry executives and experts from across the East Mediterranean will gather in Beirut this May, to gain invaluable insight to the newly presented opportunities in Lebanon’s energy sector, the challenges and the road ahead for...

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