The NCC held a meeting with vehicle manufacturer Ford SA last week.
The company falsely claims that it is running a programme in partnership with the DTI to assist companies to participate in the Intra-Africa marketplace.
The National Liquor Amendment Bill 2016 was published on 30 September 2016, for broader public consultation where interested parties are required to submit written comments within 30 calendar days from the date of publication.
The MoU was signed between Investment South Africa and its Egyptian counterpart, General Authority of Investment and Free Zones (GAFI).
These measures introduced by the landlocked country include import bans, surcharges, increases in import duties, and requirements for import permits, among others.
“Should that happen and the intoxicated person is involved in a motor accident or crime related to substance abuse, the manufacturer, distributor and trader should bear liability for any harm or damages,” reads the proposed amendment to the Liquor Act.
“As the Black Business Council we are very excited about the bold and decisive move that the dti and SAA have made to open opportunities for black industrialists at SAA. This is in line with the radical economic transformation. We are therefore looking forward to collaborating with SAA and the dti to ensure that our members and all of the black business community can access these opportunities.”
Preliminary findings of a forensic investigation into the affairs of the National Gambling Board (NGB) have revealed the irregular expenditure of more than R3.6 million as well as fruitless and wasteful expenditure of more than R66 000, says the Department of Trade and Industry (dti). A law firm was also irregularly appointed at a cost…
South African businesses are in Angola to participate in the Feira Internacional de Angola (FILDA) trade exhibition, with the aim of increasing exports to that country. With the assistance of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), a business delegation comprising 27 representatives from South Africa arrived in Angola on Tuesday. The DTI organised a…
Pretoria – By fixing the patent laws in South Africa, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) can lower the prices of existing medicines in the country, directly affecting the health and lives of many millions of people, say Doctors Without Borders, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and Section 27. The groups, who have been…