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Topnews, Economy, South Africa

12. August 2014

Hyundai opens first car SA factory

Hyundai Motor's sedans are assembled at a factory of the carmaker in Asan, about 100 km (62 miles) south of Seoul.

Cape Town - South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai Motor has started production at its first assembly plant in South Africa, initially...

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Topnews, International relations, South Africa

08. August 2014

US-AFRICA SUMMIT A MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH: ZUMA

Hailing the summit as a major success, Zuma touted the inroads made at the summit, including more than $33 billion in investments in Africa announced by United States (US) President Barack Obama.

African leaders and the US have agreed to work together to...

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Topnews, Economy, South Africa

08. August 2014

Job creation heads five-year strategy

The government has released its priorities for the next five years — the first of three phases of bringing policy in line with the National Development Plan — which includes reducing unemployment to 14%.

The Medium Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) for...

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Topnews, Economy, South Africa

07. August 2014

R1.4bn deal for solar power project

For the development of a 100 MW concentrated solar power project in Northern Cape.

The Development Bank of SA (DBSA) has signed a R1.4 billion contract with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to support development of a solar power project in the...

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Topnews, International relations, South Africa

31. July 2014

PRESIDENT ZUMA TO LEAD SA TEAM TO US-AFRICA SUMMIT

The summit is expected to bring United States (US) and African business executives together to discuss investment and business opportunities in Africa.

President Jacob Zuma is scheduled to lead a delegation to participate in the US-Africa Leaders’...

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Topnews, International relations, Economy

25. July 2014

SA LAUNCHES ONE OF AFRICA'S BIGGEST WIND FARMS

Built by a consortium led by British company Globeleq, the 138- megawatt (MW) wind farm is one of Africa's biggest – larger than the 120-MW Ashegoda windfarm that was unveiled by Ethiopia in October 2013, though not as big as the Tarfaya wind farm in south-western Morocco, which...

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Topnews, International relations, South Africa

25. July 2014

PRESIDENT ZUMA LAUNCHES OPERATION PHAKISA

Through this initiative, the Malaysian Government was able to register impressive results within a short period.

On 19 July 2014, President Jacob Zuma launched the first phase of Operation Phakisa – an initiative aimed at fast-tracking the delivery of...

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