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Minister Patel to Table the dtic Revised Budget Vote 2020/2021

Minister Ebrahim Patel will participate in the Budget Vote Debate for 2020/2021 for the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) on? 24 July 2020. Through the participation in ...
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Statement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Further Economic and Social Measures in Response the Covid-19 Epidemic

My Fellow South Africans, It is 25 days since South Africa began a nation-wide lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus. It has demanded of you great fortitude and ...
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Statement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Measures to Combat the Covid-19 Epidemic

My Fellow South Africans, At midnight tonight, it will be exactly two weeks since our country entered into an unprecedented nation-wide lockdown to contain the spread of the coronavirus. During ...
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Clarification on the Sale Products for the Care of Babies and Toddlers During the Lockdown Period

Clarification on the Sale Products for the Care of Babies and Toddlers During the Lockdown Period The regulations published by the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs under Government ...
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An Opportunity to Increase your Company's Exports and Turnover!

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (the dtic) will be participating in various exhibitions, trade shows and National Pavilions to promote locally manufactured products in international markets. The department invites manufacturers and registered exporters to participate in the international trade shows listed in the links below. If your company is competitive in the South African market, has been in business for at least two years and is export ready, it stands to benefit from the dti's Export Marketing and Investment Assistance scheme.

SCAM ALERT

There have been reports from members of the public about fake Requests for Quotations, claiming to be from the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition.
One of the emails used is didintle.letswalo@dti-gov.org . This is not an official email address for the dtic.

Companies are advised to verify all RFQs received by contacting the dtic call centre on 0861 843 384.

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