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INVEST IN ETHEKWINI CBD FOR FUTURE GROWTH

The eThekwini Central Business District (CBD) is a critical economic hub for the City, the Province and the Country being home to crucial economic infrastructure such as Southern Africa’s busiest port, Durban Port, and the Durban Container Terminal (DCT), which is...

LAUNCH OF THE DURBAN CHAMBER’S SIYABAKHULISA TRAINING PROGRAMME

Empowering Rural and Township 470 Micro-Businesses in KZN The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry launched its Siyabakhulisa Training Programme on Monday, 18 November 2019, at the Durban Chamber Conference Centre in the Lion Match Officer Park. The Durban Chamber...

KZN EXPORTER OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2019

TPT and Durban Chamber Announce Winners and Emerging Exporter Development Programme Durban – The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in partnership with Transnet Port Terminals (TPT), announced the winners of the 2019 KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Exporter of the Year...

THE IMPACT OF THE HEAVY RAINFALL IN ETHEKWINI AND KWAZULU-NATAL

The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry would like to express its sincere and heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of the people who lost their lives as a result of the recent adverse weather conditions in KwaZulu-Natal, and our thoughts are with all...

ROOM FOR GROWTH FOR KZN TOURISM

KwaZulu-Natal and South Africa as a whole is blessed with an abundance of natural environmental beauty with diverse landscapes, ecosystems and species as well as rich biodiversity, being one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world. South Africa has a...

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE FORMAL AND INFORMAL ECONOMY

Our informal economy is diverse and vibrant. However, it needs to be formalised as, currently, it is mostly unregulated, unregistered, unprotected and untaxed. This poses a significant risk to the sustainability of informal businesses and severely limits their...

TRANSITION TO A GREEN ECONOMY SOCIAL AND ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS

The recent spate of devastating incidents of environmental pollution in eThekwini and KwaZulu-Natal such as the spill of oil and caustic soda wash into the Msunduzi river system by the Willowton Group, the noxious industrial gasses that escaped Safripol Durban's...

UNLOCKING KZN’S AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC POTENTIAL

The agricultural sector is of key strategic importance in unlocking the inclusive and sustainable economic growth and development goals of Durban and the Province as a whole. In 2018, the KZN agricultural sector contributed about...

THE SMME SECTOR IS CRITICAL TO SA’S ECONOMY

In South Africa, it is estimated that Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) make up 90% of formally registered businesses, employing about 60% of the labour force. In spite of this, SMMEs only contribute roughly 34% of GDP. This statistic is revealing...

Developing an agile workforce

South Africa is experiencing low growth and constrained economic activity. Added to this is the ever in creasing pressure of the unemployment rate, which jumped to 29 percent in the second quarter of 2019. To reverse this trend, the annual economic growth needs to be...
DURBAN CHAMBER CEO CHALLENGE

DURBAN CHAMBER CEO CHALLENGE

The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive Officer, Palesa Phili, has today challenged her fellow business leaders, colleagues and friends to pledge a minimum of R67 or multiples thereof to the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) Foundation’s...

Comment on SONA June 2019

Comment on SONA June 2019

COMMENT BY THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE DURBAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY, MS PALESA PHILI, ON THE PRESIDENT’S STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS ON 20 JUNE 2019 The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the opportunity to comment on His Excellency,...

Comment on the N2 South Coast protests

Comment on the N2 South Coast protests

Comment by the Chief Executive Officer of the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ms Palesa Phili, on the N2 South Coast protests The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the opportunity to comment on the service delivery protests in the South Coast,...

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