With the year almost at an end one might look back and reflect on any milestones that have been crossed.
One milestone that we all surely would have preferred to miss, was the detection of carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere which topped 400 parts per million at a key observing station in Hawaii for the first time since measurement began there in…Continue
Les résultats d'une étude publiée le 14 octobre dans les 'Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences' (PNAS) par une équipe de savants, suggèrent qu'un régime riche en légumes crucifères (chou, brocoli, chou de Bruxelles, etc.) pourrait conférer une protection contre les effets mortels d'une forte radioactivité.
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Added by Georges Gombay on November 7, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
If your company specifically design and manufacture port equipments, you might be interested in the below tender:
Transnet Port Terminal is procuring two Grab ship Unloaders major port equipment for the Port of Richards Bay. The last day for collection of tender document is Wednesday, 25th September…
Added by Carole Rossetti on September 23, 2013 at 10:43am — No Comments
Wednesday at the Bandwidth Barn, the Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Tourism, Alan Winde, was addressing the questions and concerns of French Entrepreneurs and French professionals operating in the Western Cape.
The recent survey of the French Consulate, showed that most French…Continue
Added by Carole Rossetti on September 16, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Arnaud Blanchet shared with the Cap40 his long walk to create a start-up in South Africa including the creation of the company and the business permit procedure. He did this procedure with the assistance of an agency (IBN) and finally received his business permit after 5 months. You will find below his original story (in French):
"Je me suis installé à Cape Town pour y créer Last Mile for BoP, une entreprise sociale spécialisée dans le conseil et la distribution de produits et…Continue
Added by Carole Rossetti on September 9, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
Following the survey released by the French Consulate of Cape Town (available here - in French), the Cap40 made the following infographics to illustrate the business landscape that has emerged from the French entrepreneurs and the French subsidiaries in the Western Cape. We hope that it will be the beginning of a better understanding of the impact and profile of the…Continue
During our July Cap40 Business Wednesday, Paul Galatis, partner at Yuppichef, gave us a great insight on how companies should run their customer service.
Created in 2006, Yuppiechef defines itself as “a customer service business that happens to sell kitchen tools.” 7 years after its creation, the company has a catalogue of 6,000 products, a team of 60 people and was elected best e-commerce company in South Africa in 2010 and 2011.
Added by Carole Rossetti on August 15, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
Good Day Expats :)
I have joined this group in order to assist Expats in South Africa/Africa In General.
We are better than an "umbrella company" (we are Contract Management) that specializes in:
* Contract Management Services
* Payroll (Tax Optimization)
* Visa Applications
Our rates and are fully transparent and extremely competitive. If you would like a solution that fits your needs and saves you money you…Continue
Added by Stephan on July 29, 2013 at 2:32pm — No Comments
South Africa continues to attract French investors and GDF Suez, a leading utility group, is investing 160 million euros (ZAR 2.1bn) in the West Coast to create a 94MW capacity wind farm. The project will be located 130km from Cape Town and should start to operate in 2015.
South Africa is considered as a "strategic territory" for the group and Gérard Mestrallet, Chairman and CEO of GDF SUEZ said: “West Coast One demonstrates our growth ambitions in fast growing markets, and…Continue
Added by Carole Rossetti on July 3, 2013 at 9:58am — No Comments
Une bonne nouvelle est qu'il vous deviens à present de plus en plus facile de concevoir et de créer un site sur la toile, qui vous permettra d'utiliser le "cybercommerce" pour augmenter vos ventes. Une petite entreprise peut en effet atteindre á travers l'Internet autant de gens qu’une grande entreprise avec un site de commerce électronique procurant une porte ouverte sur le monde, 24 heures sur 24.
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Added by Georges Gombay on June 28, 2013 at 11:37am — No Comments
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For 4 years, the Rand has never been so low in comparision with the Dollar US
For the past year, the Rand has lost 20% of its value and record one of the worse performance among the emerging countries.In June, the Rand reached its lowest value relatively to the Dollar US, abovz 10 ZAR for 1 USD. And the depreciation is going on.
What can explain the performance of the Rand?
First, South Africa's imports are higher than its exports, and this deficit is widening.…Continue
Ce petit article sans prétention aidera celui qui débute en SEO à optimiser le Title de chaque page de son site. J’avais déjà abordé ce sujet de manière générale ici (à lire en amont : comprendre la balise Title). Voyons maintenant concrètement comment aller plus loin. Et puis tant que l’on y est, nous allons voir comment récupérer d’autres infos qui pourront nous servir. Le principe de cet article est de vous permettre de vous en sortir avec uniquement des outils gratuits et votre…Continue
|Vous voulez un meilleur site internet et vous ne savez pas par où commencer ? Ou bien, pensez-vous que vos mises à jour sont inutiles ?
Beaucoup de propriétaires de site internet pensent qu’un meilleur site signifie une refonte complète. Dans certains cas, cela peut être vrai, mais parfois de simples petites…
I will arrive start of december and i request urgently two main thinks …
A little car to rent for a long term within a good price per month (please, no agency).
A flat/one bedroom with garden semi-furnished renting and "pet friendly" (little cat), in a charming place not so…
Added by Deborah LEPRINCE on November 2, 2012 at 1:12pm — No Comments