Talks are in progress to introduce passport-free access between the two countries.
Exploration continues but some are not happy with it, claiming the country should seek renewable energy solutions.
Henok Teferra Shawl will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where Boeing intends to open an office in 2024.
The vessel started to move and was refloated with tugs on December 6.
Households are factoring in the negative impact of Transnet, Eskom’s capacity constraints and tax hike warnings.
A new resolution requires ports to enhance inspections of ships that attempt to avoid detection by switching off their tracking responders.
Finance to underpin projects that will develop infrastructure in focus sectors, including power, transport, telecommunications and natural resources.
Importance of Lobito Corridor is top of mind.
Ongoing tenders and pricing discussions for wind farms and solar plant projects are currently widespread.
Topsy-turvy route of the Nigerian naira should not affect trade.
There are more than 400 French companies in SA, directly employing 70 000 people.
Developers must obtain a letter of consent from Eskom stating that the proposed facility does not obstruct existing infrastructure.
The government has identified a site for the relocation of operations after years of planning.
The BASA strengthens Middle East air ties for Africa’s biggest economy.
Ubiquitous container for goods to trade does not make the grade.
The ban on imports of tomatoes, potatoes, onions and other produce will now run until the end of 2025.
Transnet has called for tenders for a contractor to reconstruct and deepen berths and the port channel.
Cargo capacity between the Ethiopian capital and the Gulf of Aden will be increased by 100%.
The joint venture aims to make the Richards Bay beach usable for the holiday season.