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Gauteng

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Spatial planning and infrastructure underpin Gauteng’s growth plans

Infrastructure spending and areas dedicated to specific kinds of manufacturing are intended to drive economic growth in the Gauteng Province.

Plans in the pipeline to grow the economy of Gauteng

Special Economic Zones and expanded infrastructure are central elements to the strategies being devised to grow the Gauteng economy.

In Johannesburg, the Selby Bus Rapid Transit depot is taking shape

The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) is building infrastructure to make the city more resilient, liveable and sustainable.

Flanders Investment & Trade launches the seminar series “Logistics and Distribution in Europe”

Flanders Investment and Trade is organizing the seminar series “Logistics and Distribution in Europe” in cooperation with the local Chambers of Commerce in Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein, and Sakeliga in Pretoria.

A post Covid-19 world – the implication for management and leadership development (Part 3)

In this final article of our three-part series, we will focus on providing practical suggestions to enable leaders to maintain momentum in these times.

Air Products’ state-of-the-art Dissolved Acetylene Facility in Midvaal – a successful sustainability model

Air Products unveiled a Dissolved Acetylene (DA) Facility in Midvaal two years ago. This facility is achieving its objectives, one of which is to contribute to the organisation’s sustainability model.

The attraction of Guernsey for private wealth

James Crawford, International Business Development Director at WE ARE GUERNSEY, outlines the island’s strengths in the private wealth sector

Joburg Indaba 2020: Agenda Release

We are delighted to announce that the programme for the first ever online edition of the 2020 Joburg Indaba is now available on our website.

2021 guide to business and investment in South Africa

The 2021 edition South African Business journal, provides unique insight and knowledge about the South African economy. Read it in e-book format here.

A post Covid-19 world – the implications for management and leadership development (Part 2)

In Part 1, we explored how the Covid-19 pandemic created a context where we face unknowable unknowns and how that creates an urgent need for a different thinking and action paradigm.

Investment Projects

Fetakgomo-Tubatse Special Economic Zone project pipeline

The Fetakgomo-Tubatse Special Economic Zone received from the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism an allocation of R35-million (FY 2021/22) which was earmarked for these projects.

Land available for industrial development on central transportation route

SEZ strategically located on the N3 national road as part of the Free State leg of the massive Durban–Free State–Gauteng logistics and industrial corridor.

Metals manufacturing cluster being developed along the N14 route

The Northern Cape Metals Industrial Cluster (NCMIC) is an initiative of the Northern Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism. It commenced with a feasibility study and is now in its implementation phase.

Business Opportunities

NWU Business School first in Africa to receive international BGA accreditation

Not only has the international prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA) renewed the MBA accreditation of the NWU Business School, but the school is also now officially the first school on the African continent to receive international accreditation from the Business Graduates Association (BGA).

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.

Experience hand made perfection

SSK Footwear produces hand made quality vellies, shoes and boots and buys all their raw material from local suppliers. These products are 100% manufactured in South Africa!
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