CAPE TOWN, 21 November 2016: Voted Cape Town’s ‘Best Newspaper’ in 2015, the November 2016 edition of Cape Business News is now available to download.
The front page features ‘Something ventured, much gained’, which looks at three companies who operate in the Western Cape venture capital market. Anuva Investments, African Dawn Capital (Afdawn) and Grindstone have all recently reported encouraging progress in unlocking value from investments and in deal-making endeavours.
In addition, this month we look at Amdec who has developed five new hotel properties in Cape Town and Johannesburg (page 2), as well as looking into the automatic fare collection system procured by passenger transport company Golden Arrow Bus Services (page 4), and the opening of the first Dunkin’ Donuts store in Goodwood (page 6).
Other industries featured include:
- Heavy lifting
- Printing and packaging
- Machine manufacturing and tooling
- Petrochemicals, oil and gas
- Pumps and values
- Building and construction
- Cutting and welding
- Water engineering’
- Hydraulics and pneumatics
- Logistics and supply chain management
- Maintenance and support
Well-loved columnists, Pieter Schoombee and Keith Bryer can again be found on our back page.
To download the November issue, click here.