Intra African Trade Fair 2021

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 Intra African Trade Fair 2021

Organised by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) in collaboration with the African Union and hosted by the Government of Rwanda, IATF2021 will provide a platform for entry into a single market of over 1.2 billion people joined together by the African Continental Free Trade Area, serving as a marketplace bringing together continental and global buyers and sellers and showcasing goods and services. It will enable stakeholders to share trade, investment and market information as well as trade finance and trade facilitation solutions designed to support intra-African trade and African economic integration. In addition to establishing a business-to-business and a business-to-government exchange platform for business deals and advisory services, IATF2021 will also operate a Virtual Trade Fair on an interactive online platform accessible to all. It will also focus on Africa’s creative economy as well as the automotive industry with dedicated programs. A Conference will run alongside the exhibition and will feature high-profile speakers and panellists addressing topical issues relating to trade finance, payments, trade facilitation, trade-enabling infrastructure, harmonization of trade standards, industrialisation, regional value chains and investment.

 

To register as a delegate or as an exhibitor for IATF2021 please visit: www.intrafricantradefair.com

 

 

PRESIDENT APPOINTS DR SOMADODA FIKENI AS COMMISSIONER OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

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MEDIA STATEMENT 

 

TO ALL MEDIA/NEWS EDITORS

 

WEDNESDAY 27 JANUARY 2021

 

PRESIDENT APPOINTS DR SOMADODA FIKENI AS COMMISSIONER OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

 

President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed Dr Somadoda Fikeni for a first, five-year term of office as Commissioner of the Public Service Commission.

 

The President has made this appointment in terms of Section 196(7)(a), read with Section 196(10) of the Constitution.

 

The Public Service Commission derives its mandate from Sections 195 and 196 of the Constitution. The Commission is tasked and empowered to investigate, monitor and evaluate the organisation and administration of the public service.

Government launches R1.2 billion Tourism Equity Fund

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Government on Tuesday, 26 January 2021 launched the Tourism Equity Fund aimed at creating an inclusive and growing tourism sector by supporting entrepreneurship and investment on the supply side of the tourism sector.

Speaking at the virtual launch of the Tourism Equity Fund (TEF), President Ramaphosa said many jobs in the tourism and associated sectors in the value chain have been shed.

“As damaging as this pandemic has been, and continues to be, we can be certain that as infections are brought under control and more areas of economic activity resume, there will be a gradual recovery.

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