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Sunday, January 17, 2021

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INVESTMENT PROJECTS

Bulk fuel storage and distribution facility seeks funding for project preparation

The new facility will be located near the mining town of Postmasburg in the Northern Cape, South Africa. The project currently needs R6-million to determine the project's bankability

Pharmaceutical company seeks equity partners for business expansion

Xylomed® Pharmaceuticals aims to launch all its products in various markets across Africa. The company has already managed to register products in Malawi, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Zambia, and Nigeria.

Mixed use property development has opportunities for equity investors

Industrial, residential and commercial property development seeks private equity funders

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Diamond cutting and polishing company in Kimberley delivers superior quality

Outclass Crystallized Gems is part of the “Young Diamantaires Program”, which is run by the World Federation of Diamond Bourses and a member of the Diamond Dealers Club of South Africa.

Sulphuric acid off-take opportunity in the Namakwa SEZ

The planned zinc smelter in the Northern Cape will produce pure sulphuric acid as a by-product, providing a greenfield opportunity for the establishment of the complete value chain

Office and industrial space available in central South African province

There are opportunities to rent factory space at Free State Development Corporation properties in Botshabelo, Phuthaditjhaba and Industriqwa.

COMPANY NEWS

H.E. Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa confirmed for Mining Indaba Virtual

H.E. Cyril Ramaphosa will be joining the already confirmed president of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), His Excellency, Félix Tshisekedi and H.E. Julius Maada Bio, president of Sierra Leone, at Mining Indaba Virtual which will be held next month, 2-3 February 2021.

Reinstated alcohol ban will have dire consequences for SA wine industry

While it is positive to note that the transport and export of wine can continue, as well as storage and safekeeping, the South African wine industry is concerned about the dire consequences that yet another alcohol ban will hold for wine-related businesses.

The Western Cape’s agricultural export basket is growing

The Western Cape is not just a leader in products that grow in the ground, but it is also a world leader in products that hover above the ground.

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