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Defence 2015: A review of South Africa's defence sector Defence 2015: A review of South Africa's defence sector Has PDF
Published: 19 Aug 15
In early June 2015, South Africa’s National Assembly passed the Defence Review, which outlines the country’s long-term defence policy and strategic trajectory. The review indicates that current levels of local defence spending have contributed to the defence force being in a “critical state of decline”. With the local market being an important source of demand for the defence industry, this inadequate spending has impacted on local defence companies. The review proposes modest increases in defence spending, which, if implemented, will halt the current decline in the capabilities of the South African National Defence Force and, subsequently, allow for the rebuilding of the defence force. Such spending will provide support for the local defence industry and contribute to its continued viability. However, as yet, there is no indication that there will be a meaningful increase in defence expenditure. Creamer Media’s Defence 2015 report examines key developments in South Africa’s defence industry, with particular focus on key participants, innovations and diversification in the sector, local and export demand, and the outlook for South Africa’s defence industry in light of current levels of local defence spending.
Real Economy Insight: Steel Real Economy Insight: Steel Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
Creamer Media's Real Economy Year Book has been divided into individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight and investigates key developments in the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, coal, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors.
Real Economy Insight: Road And Rail Real Economy Insight: Road And Rail Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
Creamer Media’s Real Economy Year Book has been divided into individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight and investigates key developments in the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, coal, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors. This ten-page brief is a synopsis of key developments in the road and rail industries over the past 12 months, including details of South Africa’s road and rail infrastructure, funding, and prospects for both sectors.
Real Economy Insight: Water Real Economy Insight: Water Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
Creamer Media’s Real Economy Year Book has been divided into individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight and investigates key developments in the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, coal, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors.
Real Economy Insight: Electricity Real Economy Insight: Electricity Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
Creamer Media’s Real Economy Year Book has been divided into individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight and investigates key developments in the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, coal, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors. This eight-page brief is a synopsis of key developments in the electricity industry over the past 12 months, including details of South Africa’s constrained power system; State-owned power utility Eskom’s financial status and tariffs, capacity expansion programme, demand-side initiatives, energy planning and nuclear procurement; and the outlook for the sector.
Real Economy Insight: Construction Real Economy Insight: Construction Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
Creamer Media’s Real Economy Year Book has been divided into individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight and investigates key developments in the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, coal, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors. This eight-page brief is a synopsis of key developments in the construction industry over the past 12 months. It provides an ov
Real Economy Insight: Automotive Real Economy Insight: Automotive Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
Creamer Media’s Real Economy Year Book comprises individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight and investigates key developments in the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors. This six-page brief is a synopsis of key developments in the automotive industry over the past 12 months, including an overview of South Africa’s automotive market, revisions and expansion to sector support, competitiveness, and prospects for the sector.
Real Economy Year Book 2015 Real Economy Year Book 2015 Has PDF
Published: 26 Jun 15
There are very few beacons of hope on South Africa’s economic horizon. Economic growth is weak, unemployment is rising, electricity supply is insufficient to meet demand and/or spur growth, with poor prospects for many of the commodities mined and exported. However, South Africa is performing relatively well in one key infrastructure area – the renewable-energy sector. Since 2012, government has successfully procured 5 243 MW of renewable-energy capacity across 92 individual projects. Given this success and the importance of infrastructure in helping to restimulate growth in South Africa, it might be well worth considering the feasibility of replicating this successful renewables public–private partnership template to other revenue-generating infrastructure areas. These include the automotive, construction, electricity, road and rail, steel, water, coal, gold, iron-ore and platinum sectors. These sectors do not only feature in this edition of Creamer Media’s Real Economy Year Book, but are also presented as individual reports under the banner Real Economy Insight.
Automotive 2015: A review of South Africa's automotive industry Automotive 2015: A review of South Africa's automotive industry Has PDF
Published: 19 Jun 15
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa is relatively optimistic regarding new-vehicle sales in 2015. The association noted in March 2015 that it expected new-vehicle sales in South Africa to register marginal growth for the year. This expectation is largely based on projections of a slight improvement in South Africa’s economic growth rate to about 2%, relative stability in automotive sector industrial relations and moderating consumer price inflation, as well as steady interest rates and credit ratings. These positive factors, however, could be offset by higher-than-inflation new-vehicle price increases, as a result of the weakness in the rand against major international currencies. The market could also be affected by shifts in lending patterns. Creamer Media’s Automotive 2015 Report provides an overview of South Africa’s automotive industry over the past 12 months. The report provides insight into production, local demand, vehicle imports and exports, sector support programmes, investment and competitiveness in the sector, environmental considerations and the major original-equipment manufacturers in South Africa.
Telecommunications 2015: A review of South Africa's telecommunications sector Telecommunications 2015: A review of South Africa's telecommunications sector Has PDF
Published: 05 Jun 15
South Africa has one of the largest telecommunications markets in Africa and is considered to be the most advanced in terms of technology deployed and services offered. However, fixed-line operators continue to deal with dwindling voice revenue and declining user bases; the mobile industry has also started to feel the pinch after enjoying years of strong growth and healthy profits. Under strain from slower growth, lower mobile termination rates and price competition, cost-cutting and consolidation have emerged as key themes, which are set to alter the communications landscape in the years ahead. Creamer Media’s Telecommunications 2015 Report reviews South Africa’s telecommunications market and the major companies operating in the sector. The report provides information on the country’s voice and data communications, and corporate activity in the sector. It also provides an overview of the regulatory environment, as well as policy developments in the sector, among other aspects.
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