H&M out of style on Twitter – Independent Online

Independent OnlineH&M out of style on TwitterIndependent OnlineIn addition, Darj told Business Report H&M's foray into South Africa had already resulted in about 600 jobs in the run up to the opening of the V&A Waterfront and Sandton City stores. Darj said H&M planned to have as many as 1 500 people employed …H&M clothes are now selling for thousands of dollars on eBayBusiness Insider Australiaall 358 news articles »
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Business offers to help national planning commission (NPC) – IQ Business Press … – ITWeb

Business offers to help national planning commission (NPC) – IQ Business Press …ITWebIQ Business are at the forefront of a campaign to get SA business leaders to square up to the public debate and to actively take some responsibility themselves for creating growth in South Africa. Adding substance to the rhetoric, we have today, at our …and more »
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Real Business Is About People – Huffington Post

Real Business Is About PeopleHuffington PostThere is a rapidly emerging phenomenon that, while hidden in plain sight, is about to dramatically transform the longstanding fundamentals of business. While this nonpareil is often touted as a defining attribute of most business organizations, the …
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SA to call for more investment at Davos

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South Africa is to use the 2013 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland to call for more investment in the country and to boost the continent’s infrastructural projects.

The annual gathering of the world’s political, economic and business leaders takes place against the backdrop of a sluggish global economic recovery. President Jacob Zuma, who leads the country’s delegation, arrived this morning and will use the platform to promote the country’s vision for 2030, the National Development Plan.

The gloomy weather over the Davos resort is perhaps a reminder of the current difficult global economic condition. Themed, ‘The Resilient Dynamism’, that is what top leaders hope to achieve as they put together their heads to get the global economy back on its feet.

As South Africa tackles its triple challenges of poverty, inequality and unemployment, it hopes to use the occasion to lure more investments into the country.

via SABC News.com – SA to call for more investment at Davos:Tuesday 22 January 2013.