The three ports in the Eastern Cape – Port Elizabeth, Ngqura and East London – handled about 21.1% of the total number of vessels that called at South African ports in the second qua
The seasonally adjusted growth rate in the Eastern Cape in the third quarter of 2013 was a negative 0.3% against a growth rate of 0.7% for South Africa as a whole, according to figures released
The 41st National Convention of the South African Chemical Institute (SACI), themed “Chemistry for Africa: New Perspectives for the 21st Century”,
The financial position of the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency at the end of the first six months of the current financial year “reveals an organisation in distress,” according
It doesn’t rain, it pours when it comes to awards for Boomtown, and last week the team walked away with a gold international EPICA award, and
The Eastern Cape Development Corporation (ECDC) is considering writing off as “irrecoverable” some of the arrear rental payments it is owed.
The Corporation’s Interi
Implementation of three major projects initiated and designed by the Blue Crane Route Development Agency has been divided following a presentation to all stakeholders earlier this year.
The recent industrial action in the automotive manufacturing sector had “dampened growth prospects” in the Eastern Cape, Provincial Planning and Treasury MEC Phumulo Masualle said th
Finalists from Cape Town and Free State take 2nd and 3rd place, respectively Johannesburg. 18 November 2013. Anda Maqanda, a young entrepreneur based in Port Elizabeth, who owns AM Group, an eng
The basis had been laid for the “fundamental socio-economic transformation” of the Wild Coast Region over the next 10 years, Eastern Cape Economic Development, Environmental Affairs
The Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEDEAT) and Small Enterprise Finance Agency SOC Limited (SEFA) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA
“The 2012/13 financial year was characterised by a sustained effort to establish a basis for clean administration and rekindle public confidence in the development finance institution,&rdq
President Jacob Zuma unveiled a new generation wagon specially designed to transport automotives today at Transnet Engineering&rsquo
Two more wind farms in the Eastern Cape with a combined generation capacity of 199MW have been listed as preferred bidders in the th
The Competition Tribunal has approved the merger of a number of bakeries in the Eastern Cape with the Premier Group, including the Star Bakery in Port Elizabeth.
The other bakeries ar
The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) has announced a R300-million investment deal with industrial gas company Afrox.
The Corporation said in a statement that this was the first pub
An environmental impact assessment is underway for the construction of a “rural service centre” geared to serve the villages and communities residing in the Tsholomnqa area.
The Eastern Cape had spent 47.7% of its budget of R60.46 billion for the current financial year by the end of September, according to figures published by National Treasury.
The plan is for the Multi-Model Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) to produce 65 000 units “assembled on different platforms that share specialised services,” East London Industri
Highly refined maize meal is the cornerstone of the South African food industry and also the food staple for many. There is a multitude of brands available – and to stand out from competit