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Thursday, February 21, 2019

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INVESTMENT PROJECTS

A fast-growing economy at the heart of Southern Africa

With a stable political system, real GDP growth rate of 4.3% (2016) and an adult literacy rate of 83% (World Bank), Botswana truly is an ideal investment destination.

Gateway business destination for trade with African and Asian markets

Located close to the airport, Business Gateway Mon Trésor Mauritius provides convenience for collecting, storage, break-bulk, packing, processing and forwarding of goods.

Be part of the automotive growth trajectory

The Automotive Supplier Park in Gauteng offers an excellent manufacturing base, with access to logistics corridors and links to extensive distribution networks for efficient export and import of goods.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Fully on-line property auctions set to take off in South Africa through BidX1SA

BidX1SA will offer on auction a full spectrum of properties from residential to commercial, retail, industrial and agricultural property and investment portfolios.

Best available technology for minerals processing and emissions control

Lesedi provides systems for the capture of dust, tars, acid mists, SO2 and various other acidic gases and contaminants in the mining sector.

Africa Biomass Company services and products

Your caring family trading as world leaders in the wood chipping industry.

COMPANY NEWS

New features, immersive content see The Hotel Show Africa evolve in step with industry

Developed after speaking directly with the industry, the changes are expected to spark significant growth for the event, as it strives to be more inclusive and representative of Africa’s hospitality sector.

Airlink to resume services to Mthatha Airport

Airlink is pleased to announce that services between Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport and Mthatha Airport will resume as from Tuesday 19 February 2019.

R98-million invested into Sturrock Dry Dock in the Port of Cape Town

The new caisson forms part of a multi-million rand overhaul of the port’s ship repair facilities over a three-year period (2019-2022) under South Africa’s Operation Phakisa Programme, which has identified ship building and repairs as a strategic industry for the port.

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