Standard Bank has pledged its commitment to local procurement by becoming the headline sponsor of Proudly South African’s 7th annual Buy Local Summit & Expo, taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre on 14th and 15th March, 2018.Read More
The 7th edition of Proudly South African’s Buy Local Summit & Expo will take place this year on 14th & 15th March at the Sandton ConventionRead More
Several government departments are stakeholder in the Buy Local summit and it makes sense. For instance the objectives of the event tie right in with Department of Trade and Industry's main policy tool. the Industrial Policy Action Plan, IPAP. It also ties in with work of the Small Business.Watch Video
HELLO ONCE AGAIN, WE'RE BROADCASTING FROM SANDTON CONVENTION CENTRE WHERE THE FIFTH, PROUDLY SA BUY LOCAL SUMMIT EXPO IS UNDERWAY. WE SPOKE EARLIER TO THE CEO OF PROUDLY SA, ADVOCATE LESLIE SEDIBE ABOUT THE OBJECTIVES OF THE GATHERING.Watch Video
The Gauteng Department of Economic Development, Environment, Agriculture and Rural Development, does so much work in the area of the development of local business. This ties in very well with the objectives of the event we are covering. The MEC, Lebogang Maile joins us.Watch Video
Proudly South African says the answer to South Africa's huge trade deficit is supporting locally manufactured goods. Speaking on the sidelines of the Buy Local Summit underway in Johannesburg, the organisation's CEO Lesley Sedibe said buying local products will help grow the economy and create sustainable jobs.Watch Video
Industry bodies, government and labour on Monday signed a "Buying Local Pledge" in an effort to promote procurement of locally manufactured goods and services.
The signing took place at Proudly South African's (Proudly SA's) second Buy Local Summit, in Johannesburg, which also marked the launch of the organisation's festive season Buy Local Campaign.Watch Video