Cross-border e-commerce is on the rise. An estimated 1.4 million South Africans shopped internationally in 2016, spending an estimated R8.8 billion...
By Lauren Hartzenberg 13 Oct 2017
The World Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the RSPO have signed a five-year MoU to further transformation of markets and make sustainable palm oil the norm...
1 day ago
DHL Express and Mall for Africa have extended their partnership to enable African businesses to sell their locally manufactured products to customers in the United States...
6 Oct 2017
A delegation of South African companies is currently on a trade and investment mission in Tunisia and Algeria, where they are exploring export markets...
3 Oct 2017
It can take up to three months or even more for food to travel from the farm to table. “The longer this supply chain, the less control you have over the product and the harder it is to maintain quality and safety.”
19 Sep 2017
In today's on-demand retail landscape, manufacturers are undergoing massive changes to meet customers ever-increasing expectations...
8 Sep 2017
The third annual JDA Consumer Survey reveals that about 54% of respondents prefer to shop in-store to other channels...
26 Jul 2017
In 2016, Zimbabwe banned the importation of sugar, among other items, to shore up local industries. This increased local demand and consumption...
31 May 2017
SABMiller has taken its traditional African beer brand‚ Chibuku - which is manufactured using either maize or sorghum - into ten other continental countries‚ a move the company says is motivated by its "affordability" and "product innovation" strategies.
Billy Tawanda Karombo 11 Oct 2012
The Dairy Board of Zimbabwe yesterday, 1 October 2009, informed the Gushungo Dairy Estate and the seven other farms with whom Nestlé Zimbabwe began working on a temporary basis in February 2009, that it is now in a position to resume purchasing their milk. Nestlé Zimbabwe therefore will no longer be receiving milk from these eight farms from Sunday, 4 October 2009.
2 Oct 2009
Zimbabwe's retail players are circumventing wholesalers in the country's supply chain as retail competition in the country intensifies. Retailers are seeking direct relationships with manufacturers in order to cut prices and keep customers in a highly competitive market.
Dumisani Ndlela 17 Sep 2009
PRETORIA: The issue of Zimbabwe, in particular the lifting of sanctions imposed by the European Union on that country, emerged in discussions between South African Foreign Affairs Minister, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and the Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivaylo Kalfin late last week.
Bathandwa Mbola 16 Feb 2009