Hundreds of state properties along South Africa’s coast are to become sites of new business opportunities and catalysts for economic growth and job creation.
Current geological information illuminates vast amounts of minerals that are yet to be quantified.
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.
South African companies that are planning on exporting to or investing in capital projects beyond South Africa's borders are invited to contact the ECIC for assistance.
A combination of land sale, turn-key developments and lease options are available.
They key attraction is the size of the market, and the potential of that market to grow and to grow more sophisticated in its tastes.
The project entails 35 ha of light industrial eco-development that is centrally located in the City of Tshwane.
The strategy outlines economic developmental opportunities that will support the sustainability of the C3 Corridor, which is a transport infrastructure project that spans from the North of the City to the Inner West.
Two new economic trends will benefit the economy of KZN and attract investors to South Africa’s east coast: the Oceans Economy and the move to gas.