In this week's edition we take a look at the Zuma effect, surprising ways the economy will change and deliver a sobering Covid-19 report card.
Better air connectivity within Africa is vital to unlock the continent's economic potential, according to Tim Harris, CEO of the Western Cape's investment and trade promotion agency Wesgro.
Cape Town ranks 38th on a global index of top financial centres, beating both Johannesburg and Mauritius.
The Western Cape Government and Wesgro weigh in on the headline-making reasons given by a young black professional who decided to leave Cape Town for Johannesburg.
The official investment promotion agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape is working hard to keep trade and investment in the Cape following the S&P downgrade.
Higher business confidence in the Western Cape compared to the rest of the country shows a delink has taken place, says Wesgro CEO Tim Harris.
The impact of SA's new visa regulations continues to be a hot topic in the local tourism industry and has provoked a variety of opinions.
Cape Town has retained its position as the number one destination for business events in Africa, according to the rankings by an international body.
Tim Harris is often considered to be one of South Africa’s more desirable politicians and now you can go on a date with him – but there’s a catch.
DA MP Tim Harris has reportedly denied that his decision to leave Parliament is linked to the resignation of DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko.
The DA says it has a plan which would take the economy back to the number one spot after Nigeria displaced South Africa as the continent's biggest economy.
Muslim tourists are likely to wield major spending power in the next 15 years, says Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille - so Cape Town and the Western Cape plan to reposition as specialist tourist destinations for Islamic followers.
Tourism in Cape Town took a knock as a result of the water crisis, but there are signs of recovery, says the CEO of Wesgro.
GoMetro, a Cape Town-based business, has secured export deals worth more than R100m following a Western Cape Government trade mission earlier this year.
Africa has the potential to feed its inhabitants and rest of the world, says Ben Leyka, executive director at the African Agri Council.
The wine and citrus industries could be collateral damage if the Agoa issue surrounding imported chicken from the US is not resolved, warns Wesgro CEO Tim Harris.
The Department of Home Affairs has agreed to meet with Cape Town and Western Cape companies to engage on the impact of new visa and immigration regulations.
The City of Cape Town will continue lobbying home affairs to relax new immigration regulations, the head of the city's investment directorate Tim Harris says.
Parliament has announced the names of MPs to replace Dina Pule, Lindiwe Mazibuko, Tim Harris and Mamphela Ramphele.
Tim Harris, shadow minister of finance of the Democratic Alliance, has just been appointed as head of investments for the City of Cape Town.
President Jacob Zuma could face yet another probe into his R246m taxpayer funded home upgrades, this time from the taxman.
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