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#BestofBiz 2019: Logistics & Transport
#BestofBiz 2019: Logistics & TransportArticle

We've compiled our annual #BestofBiz 2019 lists across all our industries featuring our most popular articles, most-read contributors and brand press offices with the most views...

17 Dec 2019

Minister talks on Africa's transport sector's full integration
Minister talks on Africa's transport sector's full integrationArticle

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has emphasised the importance of establishing a regional regulatory authority to enforce agreed harmonised standards...

16 Oct 2019

Irna van Zyl, Clement Pedro join the Galliova Food and Health Writers' Awards' judging panel
Irna van Zyl, Clement Pedro join the Galliova Food and Health Writers' Awards' judging panelArticle

2019 marks 30 years since the Galliova Food and Health Writers' Awards was first introduced to the food and health-writing world...

13 Aug 2019

#YouthMonth: SA teens assemble plane to fly from Cape to Cairo
#YouthMonth: SA teens assemble plane to fly from Cape to CairoArticle

This June, a historic aviation challenge will take place as 20 South African teenagers embark on a Cape to Cairo - and back - excursion in a self-assembled Sling-4 aircraft that uses ordinary motor fuel and was built in only three weeks.

11 Jun 2019

Unleashing Africa's economic potential with AfCFTA
Unleashing Africa's economic potential with AfCFTAArticle

African trade amongst African countries: with the groundwork laid, innovation and infrastructure investment are needed to unleash the continent's economic potential...

James Hall 26 Feb 2019

Liquid Telecom receives $180m investment
Liquid Telecom receives $180m investmentArticle

Pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom has reached an agreement with CDC Group Plc, the UK's development finance institution, to invest $180m with the company...

12 Dec 2018

All the 2018 AfricaCom Awards winners
All the 2018 AfricaCom Awards winnersArticle

The 2018 AfricaCom Awards were announced at a colourful and festive Mardi Gras themed event in Cape Town...

15 Nov 2018

AfricaCom Awards 2018 finalists
AfricaCom Awards 2018 finalistsArticle

The annual AfricaCom Awards shortlist was released this week, ahead of the annual mega-conference and expo from 13-15 November 2018...

1 Nov 2018

2017 Galliova Awards. © .
Galliova Awards announces new media categories and new judgesArticle

New media categories and new judges have been announced for 29th annual Galliova Awards...

20 Aug 2018

First fibre network from Cape to Cairo to be completed
First fibre network from Cape to Cairo to be completedArticle

A new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Telecom Egypt and Liquid Telecom will enable the completion of the first fibre network from Cape to Cairo...

17 Jul 2018

#BestofBiz 2017: Automotive
#BestofBiz 2017: AutomotiveArticle

Discover the most read content on Bizcommunity's Automotive site over the past year below...

14 Dec 2017

ZaiLab designs space truck to travel from Cape to Cairo
ZaiLab designs space truck to travel from Cape to CairoArticle

Cape Town-based space-age software company ZaiLab, which specialises in a new take on staid contact centre software, tasked its industrial design team to design a space truck that can travel from Cape Town to Cairo in 300 days...

8 Dec 2017

New category, judges for Galliova Awards
New category, judges for Galliova AwardsArticle

The 2017 Galliova Awards for excellence in food and health writing have opened for entries and include a new category, Broiler Champion of the Year...

15 Aug 2017

Shepherd says: "It's all about the balance."
#BehindtheSelfie with... Giles ShepherdArticle

This #BrandManagerMonth, we find out what's really going on behind the selfie with mostly-technophile Giles Shepherd, group CEO of The Brand Alive Group…

Leigh Andrews 7 Mar 2017

Continental unity key to open Africa up for business
Continental unity key to open Africa up for businessArticle

Motsepe Matlala, president of (NAFU) says "We say Africa is open for business, but we need to make this a practical statement too."

30 Jun 2016

Right2Know
Africa Day: Call for AU to protect journalistsArticle

Africa Day statement from Right2Know calls for freedom of expression in Africa...

25 May 2016

AfriGIS: A different picture
AfriGIS: A different pictureArticle

If a picture paints a thousand words, what does a map do? Taking into account the different roads, points of interests, and all the terrain, chances are it does a great deal more than that...

Issued by AfriGIS 23 Oct 2015

TomTom supports TFTA with navigable Trans-Africa highway network
TomTom supports TFTA with navigable Trans-Africa highway networkArticle

Provider of digital map data, navigation technology and location-based services, TomTom Africa, is moving to support the Trans-African Highway...

13 Jul 2015

Africa leaders sign 'Cape to Cairo' free trade bloc deal
Africa leaders sign 'Cape to Cairo' free trade bloc dealArticle

SHARM EL-SHEIKH: African leaders signed Wednesday a 26-nation free trade pact to create a common market that would span half the continent from Cairo to Cape Town.

12 Jun 2015

New 'Cape to Cairo' free trade pact hailed as Africa milestone
New 'Cape to Cairo' free trade pact hailed as Africa milestoneArticle

The launch of a free trade agreement by three African economic blocs in Egypt this week will be an important step towards a potentially game-changing common market spanning the continent, supporters say...

8 Jun 2015

Business and Arts SA Africa Breakfast talks collaboration, co-creativity and cooperation
Business and Arts SA Africa Breakfast talks collaboration, co-creativity and cooperationArticle

A trio of heavyweight speakers made a powerful call for unity across the continent and closer collaboration between African business and the arts at the third BASA Africa Business Breakfast...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 29 May 2015

Minister to open Pan-African Cultural Congress
Minister to open Pan-African Cultural CongressArticle

PRETORIA: Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa will open the 4th African Union Pan-African Cultural Congress (PACC4), which will take stock of the challenges and record good practices on cultural diversity...

25 May 2015

'We Are Africa' design exhibition opens in Durban to celebrate Africa Month
'We Are Africa' design exhibition opens in Durban to celebrate Africa MonthArticle

Celebrate Africa Month by visiting the "We Are Africa" design and innovation exhibition at the KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) from 14 May to 7 June 2015 in Glenwood, Durban...

13 May 2015

Driving mobile from Cape to Cairo
Driving mobile from Cape to CairoArticle

Mobile is now a critical channel for marketers who want to embrace new technology and benefit from the huge opportunity for growth in mobile marketing communications.

Charles Foster, Issued by Kantar 14 Mar 2014

Magna Carta PR named African Consultancy of the YearArticle

Magna Carta has been named African PR Agency of the Year by the international Holmes Report, which annually rates the accomplishments of more than 300 agencies across the globe and also manages the SABRE Awards.

20 Mar 2013

[National Book Week] We are what we writeArticle

There are divergent views about the state of South African literature, and probably the strongest of these are expressed in two recent articles.

Siphiwo Mahala 4 Sep 2012

African countries need more connectivity - Dlamini Zuma
African countries need more connectivity - Dlamini ZumaArticle

Home Affairs Minister, Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, has called for greater connectivity between African countries, saying it would aid trade and improve relations.

24 Apr 2012

Cape Town ready for Carnival
Cape Town ready for CarnivalArticle

In the lead-up to the Cape Town Carnival on 24 March 2012, a media launch was held this week to outline the changes and themes.

17 Feb 2012

CT Carnival, a celebration of art, music and dance
CT Carnival, a celebration of art, music and danceArticle

The annual Cape Town Carnival ignites the Mother City with life for the third time on Saturday, 24 March at the Fanwalk, Somerset Street in Greenpoint, bringing together a spectacular celebration of art, music and dance.

17 Feb 2012

Africa free trade area gets UK supportArticle

PRETORIA: Exploring commercial opportunities and finding the best means of supporting the African Free Trade Area (FTA) initiative will be the order of the day when UK Prime Minister David Cameron touches down in South Africa today, 18 July 2011.

18 Jul 2011

Free trade area closer to fruitionArticle

JOHANNESBURG: After many years of planning and coordinating, African leaders have now moved a step closer to establishing the long-conceived goal of a united African economic community.

13 Jun 2011

Supporting mother and child's health and well-being
Supporting mother and child's health and well-beingArticle

Following on from the success of the 2010 Philips Cape to Cairo health and wellbeing road show, Philips will again be travelling through Africa from 12 May to 11 July, 2011 to improve mother and child's health and well-being through meaningful healthcare solutions.

1 Jun 2011

There's nothing like a Rovos ramble
There's nothing like a Rovos rambleArticle

Rovos Rail follows the original Cape to Cairo routing through Botswana and Zimbabwe and it is hard not to be touched by the history that unfolds along the route - and it's well worth a trip...

Brian Berkman: contributing editor, travel 3 May 2011

The Stanley & Livingstone: A thundering good experience!
The Stanley & Livingstone: A thundering good experience!Article

It's no fun being laughed at by other Africans. "We can tell who the South Africans are because they're too scared to leave their bags in the bus," the Shearwater Victoria Falls sales agent guffaws on board the airport transfer from Livingstone across the Zimbabwean border.

Brian Berkman: contributing editor, travel 11 Apr 2011

Africa's media freedom on knife-edge
Africa's media freedom on knife-edgeArticle

From Cape to Cairo, from Morocco to South Africa and from the east to the west, independent journalists and editors are crying foul, singing a song of redemption, death and distress as African governments - most of them 'brutal', 'cruel' and 'corrupt' - flex their muscles to stifle free reporting and put fear in newsrooms.

Issa Sikiti da Silva 27 Jul 2010

SA aims to double trade with UKArticle

South Africa plans to double its trade with the UK and become a gateway for European companies looking to establish bases in Africa, says Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies.

11 Mar 2010

Issa Sikiti da Silva
Is green marketing the future of business?Article

In the face of alarming environmental pollution and rising planet destruction by ‘reckless' and profit-obsessed global corporates, disgruntled consumers believe the time has come to unleash the ‘People's Green Revolution'.

Issa Sikiti da Silva 6 Jan 2010

Govt to intensify 2010 communications
Govt to intensify 2010 communicationsArticle

JOHANNESBURG: The Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) is to play a pivotal role in intensifying the government's communication strategy for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, says the department's CEO, Themba Maseko.

Proffesor Ndawonde 18 Aug 2009

What will it take to “Celebrate Africa's Humanity”?
What will it take to “Celebrate Africa's Humanity”?Article

When the Local Organising Committee announced the 2010 brand bromise to be “Ke nako (it is time) - Celebrate Africa's Humanity” at the preliminary FIFA Draw held in Durban, pundits were quick at writing off this slogan as full of hyperbole and devoid of substance.

Dr Nikolaus Eberl 31 Jul 2009

Altech Stream East Africa bids to offer Kenya, Uganda connectivityArticle

NAIROBI: The 1,500km fibre-optic backbone connecting Mombasa and Kampala is now complete, as announced by the project contractor, Green Future managing director Fred Sewe at the project handover ceremony in Kampala, Uganda.

6 Jul 2009

Fleishman-Hillard, from Cape to Cairo
Fleishman-Hillard, from Cape to CairoArticle

After ten years of investment in Africa, Fleishman-Hillard's African network now stretches from Cape Town to Cairo, with over 100 people on the ground. The company has recognised Africa's role in shaping the global economy in the 21st century and therefore has entrenched its presence on the continent.

5 Dec 2008

BUSA calls for a new partnership with ChinaArticle

Business Unity South Africa has called for a new partnership for economic cooperation between Chinese and South African business in Africa.

29 Oct 2008

True Love cook ready for the bigger challengeArticle

After being in charge of the True Love kitchen since 1987, Dorah Sitole will, as of 1 March 2008, be in charge of the entire True Love household. She is taking over from Busisiwe Mahlaba, who has been appointed market development executive in Media24 magazine division.

Tshepiso Seopa 27 Feb 2008

Official 2010 slogan revealedArticle

Africa is a continent with a rich reservoir of resources, but the continent's biggest asset by far is the warmth, friendliness, humility and humanity of its people. This has been the inspiration for the official slogan of the 2010 FIFA World Cup: “Ke Nako. Celebrate Africa's Humanity”. The slogan was launched by the chairman of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee South Africa, Irvin Khoza, yesterday, Sunday, 25 November 2007, during the worldwide broadcast of the Preliminary Draw TV show in Durban.

26 Nov 2007

APEX awards now Cape to CairoArticle

The Advertising Performance Excellence (APEX) awards have just increased in magnitude following a decision by the custodians of the awards, the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA), to extend entry to the rest of the continent.

28 Aug 2007

ACA extends APEX awards from Cape to Cairo
ACA extends APEX awards from Cape to CairoArticle

The Advertising Performance Excellence (APEX) awards have just increased in magnitude following a decision by the custodians of the awards, the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA), to extend entry to the rest of the continent.

28 Aug 2007

Conference on branding Africa for 2010Article

The International Marketing Council of South Africa (IMC), together with the 2010 National Communication Partnership Task Team, is hosting the second National Communication Partnership Conference in Johannesburg on Wednesday, 15 August 2007, to answer the question “How do we brand Africa to the world in the lead up to 2010?”

2 Aug 2007

Counting your chickens in AfricaArticle

Research conferences by their very nature deal in detail. They are not exuberant by nature as many of us in the corporate world experienced during innumerable motivational days. But the participants in last week's Pan African Media Research Organisation's eighth conference, held in Cape Town, were no less than enthusiastic about their work in the difficult terrain of media research in Africa.

Robin Parker 6 Nov 2006

Advertising adventureArticle

One of Africa's greatest modern explorers, Kingsley Holgate's round-the-world adventure along the imaginary Capricorn line, has been captured in an emotive advertising campaign for Captain Morgan Black Label Jamaica Rum.

4 Jul 2004

The Stone Awards 2002 - WinnersArticle

This year marked the 23rd year of the Stone Awards, an annual regional awards competition of the Western Cape Chapter of the National Television and Video Association of South Africa. In the 21 categories there were a total of 69 Award Winners and 22 Craft Awards, underlining the excellence and high standard of entries this year.

17 Dec 2002

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