The City of Tshwane is committed to developing an economic future that is inclusive, diversified and competitive.
A 'City within a City' – Finningley is a 3 000 ha mixed use development designed to knit into the urban tapestry of eThekwini Municipality.
Companies and other organisations operating in the Eastern Cape have until early December 2017 to reserve their space in the Eastern Cape’s premium business and investment guide for 2018.
Exporters, both big and small, are invited to enter the annual ECIC/Cape Chamber Western Cape Exporter of the Year competition. The closing date for entries is Friday, 6 October.
Continued infrastructure development at the Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ) includes the technology park administration building and upgrades to Medway Road and John Ross Parkway.
Mpumalanga, which is in the north-east of South Africa and borders Mozambique and Swaziland, offers a strategic location to investors and export-oriented businesses.
The Free State offers an abundance of opportunities for local and international investors and traders, through the Free State Development Corporation.
The appointment of Mashudu Musetsho as Aveng Manufacturing’s first female factory manager is a clear demonstration of the progress the company has made in advancing its transformation strategy and of its commitment to transforming the workplace.
The development is primarily a low to middle-income development, providing much needed housing for the middle and low end of the housing market.
There is power in numbers and collaboration on infrastructure projects between African nations would be to the benefit of Africa as a whole, whilst also bringing down the costs of doing business.