The serviced apartments market in Pretoria continues to see healthy demand from business travellers, corporates and individuals looking for a home away from home experience as well as investors looking to cash in on alternative rental opportunities.
The Summit will play host to senior ICT industry professionals from companies in the finance, retail, telecoms, technology, manufacturing and health care industries.
As a mixed-use node, Riverfields caters to both business/industrial and residential markets.
Ministerial representatives, infrastructure CEOs and movers and shakers of Africa’s business and economic arena to showcase their solutions for spearheading infrastructural advancement in the region, 9 - 10 October 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.
The elevator market is driven by innovation and future thinking and it draws businesses that thrive on the pressure of being on the forefront of technology and change.
Despite challenging economic conditions there are still opportunities for buyers and investors to purchase property in a desirable address at affordable prices.
Despite being on par with new technology to monitor, detect, and mitigate these risks, there is a limited number of people in South Africa with the specific and necessary skill set.
A major railway rolling stock programme is boosting manufacturing in Gauteng. The Trans-Africa locomotive is the first to be designed and manufactured in Africa. It is being assembled at Transnet’s Koedoespoort plant near Pretoria.
This announcement follows the investment of R46-million in a Liquid Packaging recycling plant at Mpact’s Springs Paper Mill facility.
Bongiwe Pityi, General Manager, O.R. Tambo International Airport, explains the processes behind her team’s award-winning management, and outlines plans for future expansion.