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Employment assurances given as Chineses firm makes Gauteng investment

24th March 2006 A new fibreglass production facility has been launched in Wadeville, on the East Rand, using Chinese expertise and equipment. 

Lack of thought claimed as new work-permit categories are released

10th March 2006 After mounting frustration at the failure of the Department of Home Affairs to publish the quotas necessary for the issue of quota work permits, the long-awaited quotas were released last month. 

SA should take lessons from Asian Dragon

10th March 2006 In its quest to strengthen its manufacturing sector, South Africa should be wary of China�s manufacturing might - although it would also be wise to take some lessons from Chinese success in this sector. 

Technology giant's domestic arm sees surge in orders

3rd March 2006 Global power and automation technology group ABB has reported ‘strong organic growth following strong demand for power infrastructure in the country. 

Skills-empowerment nexus

3rd March 2006 At a black empowerment conference hosted by the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa (Seifsa), it emerged that broad based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) needs to be complimented by skills development. 

DRC prospect to be big contributor to Metorex's revenue

3rd March 2006 African mid-tier miner Metorex is involved in a range of capital expenditure projects across all three of its divisions (copper, coal and fluorspar) in a move designed to reposition its asset base as longer life, higher quality operations. 

MTN weighs risks, rewards of Iran entry

27th February 2006 Last year, the MTN group announced that it would be opening shop in Iran in 2006. But have the prospects of a good profit harvest been shrivelled by growing political rumblings over Iran's nuclear programme? Having paid a €300-million licence fee to operate in the country, a second GSM... 

Middle Eastern rewards while keeping sharp ear for ringtone of risk

24th February 2006 Last year, the MTN group announced that it would be opening shop in Iran in 2006. But have the prospects of a good profit harvest been shrivelled by growing political rumblings over Iran�s nuclear programme? Having paid a �300-million licence fee to operate in the country, a second GSM licence... 

Spreading Wings

24th February 2006 A South African consortium comprising Airports Company South Africa (Acsa), the Bidvest Group and Indian infrastructure partner GVK has been awarded a bid to modernise, operate and manage Mumbai International Airport. 

SA gold-output slump raises concern

20th February 2006 The marriage between gold-mining in South Africa and delirious profit taking is long past the honeymoon phase. Since the golden years of the 1960s and 1970s, the marriage between the two has been in steady decline. Gold-mining output in South Africa has been falling at an average of 4% a year... 

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