The Department of Public Works has committed to a programme of repair and maintenance of the Western Cape’s 12 Proclaimed Fishing Harbours.
The province is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the new interest in developing a maritime economy.
The Northern Cape has a coastline of 313 km but the economic value of this asset has barely been touched.
The N8 Corridor is the focus of a range of initiatives which aim to improve connections, stimulate economic activity and improve the delivery of services and housing to Free State citizens.
The official launch in April 2017 of the Maluti-A-Phofung SEZ was a significant event for the economy.
The project entails 35 ha of light industrial eco-development that is centrally located in the City of Tshwane.
Visit the CTICC new halls in April 2018 for packed seminar theatres giving master-classes on how to get the most from Cape Town’s buoyant property market.
Rosslyn Hub forms an integral component of the Tshwane Automotive City project and encapsulates a self-sufficient environment in which to live, learn, grow, work and play.
A new identity for the City of Ekurhuleni is being forged out of the towns and urban nodes surrounding Africa’s biggest and busiest airport.
These developments are springing up partly as a reaction to new trends in transport and partly in response to the concept of corridor development being pursued by the City of Johannesburg and the Provincial Government of Gauteng.