The following opportunities are available for investors on KwaZulu-Natal's South Coast, a popular summer holiday destination which is characterised by soft beaches, lush vegetation and rich cultural diversity.
Durban is working on a number of large-scale projects that are triggering opportunities for investment in Africa’s busiest port city, across many key sectors.
The City is inviting all SMMEs to register for this three-day exhibition platform. Interested businesses have until 16 May to register.
A 'City within a City' – Finningley is a 3 000 ha mixed use development designed to knit into the urban tapestry of eThekwini Municipality.
The Alfred Duma Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal seeks investment to establish a commercial poultry farming operation.
The R300-million beachfront promenade extension is a catalyst to the R35-billion Point Waterfront development to be undertaken in three phases over five to ten years.
The 2017/18 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) reports that entrepreneurship levels are stable or on the rise globally.
The Mayor of Alfred Duma Local Municipality, Cllr M V Madlala, cordially invites operational emerging businesses, established businesses and investors/developers to the Alfred Duma Business Breakfast.
Two recent reports have concluded that South Africa’s grid could be flexible enough, and renewables supported by gas could provide base load.
This event has been expanding throughout South Africa as the definitive procurement and supply chain event, taking place 24 - 25 July 2018 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre, Durban.