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SA’s exports to the USA are at stake triggered by Copyright Bill

Latest on Copyright Amendment Bill  The Copyright Bill is with the President waiting to be signed into law, which affect the intellectual property rights laws in South Africa and internationally... Read More

By | Nov 7th, 2019|News, Newsletter|0 Comments

Industry Waste Management Plan

Industry Waste Management Plan Met with the Minister of Environment Forestry and Fisheries, Barbara Creecy. The issue of cheap plastics imports from China were raised with the Minister. The Minister agreed to arrange a meeting with DEFF, DTIC & Plastics SA... Read More

By | Nov 7th, 2019|News, Newsletter|0 Comments

SACCI Press Release

SACCI Press Release Trade conditions remained reasonable steady but still in negative territory in September 2019, i.e. below the index level of 50. The seasonally adjusted Trade Activity Index (TAI) that reflects present conditions, declined to 40 in September compared to 43 in August 2019. Trade conditions are expected to remain stable over the [...]

By | Nov 7th, 2019|News, Newsletter|0 Comments

South African Typographical Journal

The power of partnership Printing industry employer federation, Printing SA, SATU and the Fibre Processing and Manufacturing SETA (FP& Seta) hosted the 6th Annual Printing SA Africa conference at Gallagher Conference Centre in September. Read More

By | Nov 7th, 2019|News, Newsletter|0 Comments

Printing SA Celebrates Industry Excellence At Annual Dinner

Printing SA Celebrates Industry Excellence At Annual Dinner Attendees enjoyed the energy and vibrance of the printing, packaging and signage industry at the Printing SA annual dinner, which took place on 12 September at Gallagher Grill. The event and conference were sponsored by main sponsors FP&M SETA and FESPA; Gold sponsor Novus Holdings; Silver [...]

By | Sep 20th, 2019|Newsletter, Past Events|0 Comments

Printing SA And Ren Flex Provide Insight Into Printing Industry

Printing SA And Ren Flex Provide Insight Into Printing Industry Printing SA and its member, labelling and packaging specialist Ren Flex, hosted a tour of Ren Flex’s plant in Johannesburg, where guests could gain insight into the size of the industry, levels of employment, processes involved, size and cost of the machinery and equipment, [...]

By | Sep 20th, 2019|Newsletter, Past Events|0 Comments

Messe Düsseldorf and VDMA Printing and Paper Technology Association: drupa world tour starts this week in Mexico City

Messe Düsseldorf and VDMA Printing and Paper Technology Association: drupa world tour starts this week in Mexico City The starting signal for the drupa world tour 2019/20 will be given on 10 September 2019 in Mexico City. After that, the tour will continue at close intervals until spring 2020. In September alone, seven more [...]

By | Sep 17th, 2019|Newsletter, Past Events|0 Comments

Government is launching a major new website for South African businesses – here’s what to expect

Government is launching a major new website for South African businesses – here’s what to expect The Department of Trade Industry plans to go live with a new business portal by October 2019. Responding during a recent parliamentary Q&A session, minister of Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel said that the portal will be the [...]

By | Aug 26th, 2019|Media Releases, Newsletter|0 Comments

Re: SATU and Printing SA Joint Statement

Re: SATU and Printing SA Joint Statement SATU and Printing SA want to express our disappointment and dismay at the apparent apathy being shown to our requests for an audience with the President or members of his executive as directed by the Presidency  in a response letter dated 16 April 2019. Read More

By | Aug 1st, 2019|Newsletter|0 Comments

Printing SA Presidential Summit 2019

Printing SA Presidential Summit 2019 What's on the cards for Printing SA? Gala Dinners, Golf Days and our first ever Printing SA Presidential Summit! Read on to find out all the details. Read More

By | Jul 26th, 2019|Newsletter|0 Comments