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Cape Town, South Africa
Saturday, September 22, 2018

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INVESTMENT PROJECTS

Strategic business destination: Business Gateway Mon Trésor Mauritius

Ideally located for companies who wish to harness business opportunities in the manufacturing and trade of light, high-value and time-sensitive products.

Commercial opportunities along densification corridor

The C3 Corridor is a road infrastructure project aimed at supporting the IRPTN and thereby densifying uses along the transportation corridor.

Plan in place for hospitality-focussed business centre in Emalahleni

Suitable, serviced land has been identified and the Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency has completed a business plan and feasibility study for the business centre.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Results-orientated and flexible expertise in the oil and gas sector

Since 1990, Lesedi has demonstrated expertise in the oil & gas sector with many successful projects across Africa.

An African company in the power generation, mining, and oil and gas industries

Lesedi is firmly established as an engineering, project management and maintenance solutions house that conceptualises, manages, and implements its own engineering projects.

Manufacturing sector growth encouraged through regional industrial policy

The Regional Industrialisation Policy is being reviewed to ensure integration of infrastructure, bulk service provision, industrial sites and export and tax incentives to encourage investment in the manufacturing sector.

COMPANY NEWS

Hear from Ministers of Transport from South Africa and Namibia

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage face to face with African legislators and key stakeholders who are shaping the future of Africa’s transport industry.
Photo by Kevin Ku

Human Capacity Reimagined

The AI Summit launches at AfricaCom 2018 in Cape Town this November and is set to be as informative and well subscribed as its international counterparts.
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Focus on affordable housing, mixed use projects and new tech in property

Affordable housing, mixed use development projects and the impact of new technology and the Internet of Things on the commercial, industrial and residential landscape are just some of the topics of discussion on the future of the South African property sector at the upcoming African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit that returns to Sandton from 11 - 12 October.

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