Category: South Africa

#ShowSomeLove For South Africa`s Calypso Blinds

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#ShowSomeLove For South Africa`s Calypso Blinds

Welcome to day twenty where we continue to #ShowSomeLove by profiling companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February, the “month of love” as we like to call it, we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s […]

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The #YesAfrican Interview: African Hotplate – The McDonald`s Of Traditional Food

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The #YesAfrican Interview: African Hotplate – The McDonald`s Of Traditional Food

Esaja.com caught up with African Hotplate`s Director, Benson Muneri and we managed to capture how he and his team have managed to satisfy Africa`s appetite for tasty meals through their African traditional meals. Can you tell the world what African Hotplate is all about? African Hotplate is a unique fast food concept focusing on traditional […]

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Zambia Commends South African Energy Delegation After Successful Trip

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Zambia Commends South African Energy Delegation After Successful Trip

A South African energy sector trade and business delegation recently had another successful trip to Zambia. The trade mission was jointly led by Trade Invest Africa and the South African Electrotechnical Export Council (SAEEC). “We are impressed by the calibre of companies from the South African Energy sector represented here and we tasks the delegation leaders […]

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Is Africa A Dumping Site For Cheap And Obsolete Products?

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Is Africa A Dumping Site For Cheap And Obsolete Products?

Africa has in recent years been rocked by under development which has caused it to rely on imports from other continents but of late, there has been an influx of second-hand goods coming from outside the continent. The flooding of cheap and obsolete products in Africa which are classified as “undesirables” by other continents has […]

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#ShowSomeLove For Rust en Vrede Wine Estate South Africa

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#ShowSomeLove For Rust en Vrede Wine Estate South Africa

During the “month of love,” it has now become a tradition for Esaja to profile companies from the African region which are listed on Esaja.com. Each day throughout the month of February we profile one of these heroes whose dedication to Africa`s advancement and development knows no bounds. Let`s all #ShowSomeLove for African entrepreneurs and […]

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#BordersMustFall: An Open, Prosperous & Connected Africa Is Worth The Fight

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#BordersMustFall: An Open, Prosperous & Connected Africa Is Worth The Fight

As the clock ticked towards 01:00 AM on Sunday the 30th of January, Esaja’s business development lead and I were at Beitbridge border post watching a horror movie unfold. Arguably one of the 5 busiest in Sub-Saharan Africa, Beitbridge links South Africa to Zimbabwe and the rest of Africa. $5bn worth of official trade flows […]

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Interview: How A South African Designer & Businesswoman Schooled African Marketers With Just One Tweet

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Interview: How A South African Designer & Businesswoman Schooled African Marketers With Just One Tweet

        Nandipha Tembo: Dudlu Ntombazana Creations` Founder and designer Esaja.com caught up Nandi Tembo, the Founder and Head Designer of Dudlu Ntombazana Creation, and we managed to capture her insights on the power of social media in this digital era. Tell us about yourself, what you do, and how you got to […]

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Tyrexpo Africa 2016 A Big Success! Event Is Now Ultimate Gateway To The African Tyre Market

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Tyrexpo Africa 2016 A Big Success! Event Is Now Ultimate Gateway To The African Tyre Market

The 6th edition of Tyrexpo Africa 2016 concluded today after three days of intense discussions, networking and knowledge exchange. Held at Sandton Convention Centre from 8-10 March 2016, the exhibition played host to close to 100 exhibitors from 19 countries, many of whom were keen to expand their business to the African continent. Protekta A. […]

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