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Nestlé invests $100m to expand factories in Indonesia

Nestlé invests $100m to expand factories in Indonesia

02/08/2019 - 09:11
Nestlé has announced that it will invest $100 million to expand three factories in Indonesia, as the company aims to increase its current production capacity in the country by 25%. read more
SA stokvels collectively save R44bn annually

SA stokvels collectively save R44bn annually

11/06/2019 - 16:04
A total of R44 billion is collectively saved in 820 000 stokvels in South Africa annually, with more than 11 million South Africans being members of stokvels, according to Nedbank research. read more
Walmart reveals plans for a new corporate campus

Walmart reveals plans for a new corporate campus

20/05/2019 - 17:04
Corporate America has been under political pressure to ramp up investments at home. read more
Veldskoene are hitting US as SA brands go global

Veldskoene are hitting US as SA brands go global

05/04/2019 - 10:52
Veldskoene are going global after US billionaire and investor Mark Cuban and actor Ashton Kutcher invested in local company Veldskoen Shoes.  read more
Mondelēz buys stake in functional food brand Uplift Food

Mondelēz buys stake in functional food brand Uplift Food

20/03/2019 - 09:46
Mondelēz International has bought a minority stake in Uplift Food, an early-stage start-up that produces prebiotic functional food supplements. read more
Alibaba invests $693m for stake in Chinese courier STO Express

Alibaba invests $693m for stake in Chinese courier STO Express

12/03/2019 - 11:30
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will take a 14 percent stake in STO Express Co Ltd through a $693 million deal, the e-commerce giant’s fourth significant investment in a Chinese courier company. read more
 How mall owners can beat the retail blues

How mall owners can beat the retail blues

07/03/2019 - 10:17
A decade ago, just about any developer or listed property fund that owned a mall or built a new one, no matter how big or small, was virtually assured of making a packet. Back then, retail was still the most sought-after investment subsector of the SA real estate market and shopping centres comfortably outperformed offices, warehouses and factories on the total return front. read more
 Investors shave R15bn off Shoprite after dire report

Investors shave R15bn off Shoprite after dire report

31/01/2019 - 10:00
Investors shaved R15bn off the value of Shoprite after Africa’s biggest retailer by market capitalisation issued a dire trading warning. read more
China to invest nearly $15bn in SA

China to invest nearly $15bn in SA

24/07/2018 - 13:53
China will invest $14.7bn in SA, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday, after talks between the two countries. read more
From pineapple juice to agtech: Investors are hungry for a piece of Africa’s food industry

From pineapple juice to agtech: Investors are hungry for a piece of Africa’s food industry

27/06/2018 - 14:16
Africa’s agribusiness and food sector registered strong private equity deal activity during May 2018, according to industry information service Africa Private Equity News. read more
SA economy is in for a rough ride

SA economy is in for a rough ride

13/06/2018 - 08:46
The rand exchange rate crashed last week and local bond yields grew more expensive as news of an economic contraction triggered a negative investor sentiment and views on the local economy.  read more
Japanese now upbeat about deals with SA

Japanese now upbeat about deals with SA

15/05/2018 - 09:42
Trade officials from Japan, who previously had felt sidelined under the Jacob Zuma administration, are in a more buoyant mood, believing that relations with SA have entered a new chapter. read more
Companies should evaluate ‘change readiness’ of countries

Companies should evaluate ‘change readiness’ of countries

08/05/2012 - 09:06
Events such as last year’s Japan earthquake and Arab Spring (pictured) should act as a wakeup call to companies to evaluate the “change readiness” of countries in which they operate, business consultants have advised. read more