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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

South Africa Signs African Continental Free Trade Area Deal

Wesgro welcomes the signing of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement by President Ramaphosa yesterday, 1 July, at the 31st African Union...

Zimbabwe Maintains Donkey Abattoir Ban

Harare: Zimbabwe has maintained its stance not to licence donkey abattoir operations citing lack of an enabling law. (adsbygoogle =...

Western Cape Companies Seek to Boost Trade Ties with Vietnam

This morning Wesgro, in collaboration with The Trade Office of the Embassy of Vietnam in South Africa, hosted a Trade and Business Forum to...

Africa Urged to Introduce Mining Laws Which Benefit Locals

Cape Town: AFRICAN civic society groups have ganged up to lobby their respective governments to enact mining laws with a deliberate bias towards ensuring...

Major Boost for Western Cape Firms at SIAL China Trade Show

Cape Town: The Department of Trade and Industry, in collaboration with Wesgro has supported 18 Western Cape companies in showcasing the best of the...

Zimbabwe’s Mining Laws on Spotlight at Joburg Briefing

Zimbabwe's Permanent Secretary in the Mines and Minerals Ministry, Munesu Munodawafa, is expected to address delegates at the Zimbabwe Mining and Tax Law Briefing...

Sub-Saharan Africa Sees Modest Economic Growth -IMF

Africa, South of the Sahara, has registered growth from 2.8 percent in 2017 to 3.4 percent in 2018, according to IMF's latest economic health...

Cannabis Growing Legal, Smoking Illegal in Zimbabwe

Harare: Zimbabwe still criminalises possession and smoking of cannabis despite legalising the growing of the drug last week, a minister said. ...

Tanzania U-Turns on Sugar Imports Ban

Dodoma: Tanzania has lifted a ban on sugar imports six months after President John Magafuli’s embargo to ostensibly boost its production locally. ...

Zimbabwe’s Premier Trade Showcase ZITF Kicks Off

Zimbabwe’s premier trade showcase opens today in the country’s second largest city, Bulawayo amid claims by organisers that this years’ event is the “biggest...