JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African business confidence recovered from a 35-year low in July, boosted by improving global economic activity, but the measure remained well-below average, over worries about the...
The Bureau of Economic Research and RMB's Business Confidence Index comes out tomorrow and according to many commentators, it is expected to tell of more bad news. Alan Mukoki, CEO of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry joins CNBC Africa for more.
Following the spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa, many businesses with African operations have been affected as property and stock has been damaged and violence against employees has resulted in death. The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on business leaders and the police top brass to find a solution to the ongoing violence against other Africans in South Africa. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi spoke with SACCI CEO, Alan Mikoki for more.
South Sudanese Cabinet Ministers and business leaders are meeting today with the African Energy Chamber and investors to put money into the country for an economic boost. CNBC Africa’s reporter Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke to the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO, Alan Mukoki.
Everyone is fighting for investments, so why should you invest in South Sudan, since its birth in 2011 the country has suffered with political turmoil and economic stagnation. South Sudanese Cabinet Ministers and business leaders are meeting today with the African Energy Chamber and investors to put money into the country for an economic boost. CNBC Africa’s Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke to Mtho Xulu, President of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The SACCI’s Business Confidence Index for March 2019 declined by 1.6. The decline in confidence has been linked to the unstable electricity supply, electricity tariffs increase and the manufacturing output. Richard Downing, Chief Economist at SACCI joins CNBC Africa for more.
Business Unity South Africa hosted an Indaba earlier this week to rally the forces of the country's private sector. CNBC Africa reporter Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke to advocate Mtho Xulu, President of the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
SACCI’s Mukoki on business expectations from Cyril Ramaphosa and next week’s budget
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