Dispute between CCCI and Ruben Richards, settled

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pleased that following the CCMA proceedings with Ruben Richards today (Friday 27 February 2015) the matter has been settled. The former CEO requested today that he be allowed to resign at the end of his probationary period (which was 4th January 2015) instead of being dismissed or […]

Cape Chamber comments on budget speech 2015

The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry said there was little encouragement for business in the Budget but welcomed moves to improve procurement and transparency and, in particular, the pledge to pay suppliers in the small business sector within 30 days. Following the 2015 budget speech, Janine Myburgh, President of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and […]

CCCI looks to gas infrastructure to combat power crisis

Industrial forum the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) is working closely with provincial and city representa- tives to incorporate liquid natural gas (LNG) infrastructure for industrial-scale power generation in the Western Cape. This is a result of the unpredictable and unreliable electricity supply from State-owned power utility Eskom, which could cripple the industrial […]

Businesses rolling with the blackouts

The ongoing power cuts have left businesses — from ice cream shops to banks — and customers frustrated. Sentinel News visited shops at Mainstream Mall in Hout Bay shortly after the scheduled two- hour outage on Friday February 6. While most businesses in the mall were operating as usual, a row of customers were seen […]