Business Posts

Zambia Set To Host Inaugural IBA Women Business Lawyers` Event In Africa

By Correspondent , 16 , Feb 2015


By International Bar Association. Zambia is to host the first International Bar Association (IBA) Legal Practice Division (LPD) Women Business Lawyers Initiative programme to be held in Africa. Titled, ‘African .. Read More →

High level Speakers Confirmed For New Aviation Africa Event

By Correspondent , 03 , Feb 2015


By Wallace Mawire. (News Of The South) - Aviation Africa 2015 – organised by Arabian Aerospace and African Aerospace magazines is gathering senior, influential industry figures from both Africa and .. Read More →

Johannesburg Water Interruption Notice

By Correspondent , 25 , Jan 2015


Water Interruption Notice Johannesburg Water (JW), the City’s water and sanitation service provider would like to inform residents about a planned works water disruption. Suburb:  Roodepoort/Randburg area: Bergbron, Claremont, Delarey, .. Read More →

Heavy Police Presence As Foreign Shop Owners Flee Soweto Violence

By Correspondent , 24 , Jan 2015


By Christine Tsotetsi. Soweto. (News Of The South) - Many foreigners have left Soweto township near South Africa's following attacks and looting of their shops this week. About 81 shops .. Read More →

Brighter Winter Cropping Season Expected In Masvingo

By Correspondent , 21 , Jan 2015


Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - High water levels which continue to recorded at Mutirikwi Dam compared to the same period last year are forecasting a brighter winter cropping season .. Read More →

Boats Operating At Chilonga Bridge To Be Registered

By Correspondent , 16 , Jan 2015


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News of The South) - Chairperson of the Chiredzi District Civil Protection Union Mrs Clara Muzenda on Monday said the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure development .. Read More →

Basket Weaving Improves Livelihood Of Zimbabwe`s Rural Women

By Correspondent , 16 , Jan 2015


By Evans Muranganwa. Zimbabwe (News Of The South) - Many rural women in Binga, Honde Valley, Lupane and Masvingo are smilling all the way to the bank because of basket .. Read More →

South Africa`s Economy Threatened By Power Blackouts

By Correspondent , 12 , Jan 2015


By Stephanie Findlay. Pretoria - South Africa's capacity to generate electricity is shrinking due to ageing power plants, latest statistics show, and the continent's most developed economy could face rolling .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Sugarcane Farmers Accuse Cane Lands Trust Of Converting US$900 000

By Correspondent , 30 , Dec 2014


By Sifelani Murambiwa. Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) - Cane Lands Trust a European Union implementing partner in the Sugar Adaptation Strategy has been accused by sugarcane farmers for sabotaging .. Read More →

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