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Off-grid solar and rooftop installations are examples of where SMEs have an opportunity to benefit

Daniel Ek is looking beyond Spotify

Ek wants to be at the forefront of Europe’s early-stage tech scene and is hunting for ways to make an impact on the broader sphere of innovation

World trade surges with SA toasting commodities boom

Big economies record increase in imports and exports to above prepandemic levels

SA exports first batch of produce to China under revamped lemon protocol

Few lemon consignments were previously exported to China because disinfestation requirements made the fruit susceptible to decay

JSE firms face censure over BBBEE non-compliance

Commission head Zodwa Ntuli says companies are increasingly failing to report on their empowerment progress

Demand spike behind perception of shortages, says WTO economist

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Huawei faces R1.5m fine for employing too many foreign workers

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