The Port of Durban is Africa’s busiest port in terms of value of cargo handled and the number of vessel arrivals per annum.
The Durban Aerotropolis Master Plan constructs a development framework for the next 50 years of growth in the region’s premier airport precinct.
Bidvest Tank Terminals has constructed the R1-billion storage facility for Petredec, which trades, transports and distributes LPG and other commodities.
The Durban Cruise Terminal is an important step forward for Durban that fits in with the larger project that links the port to the upgraded southern end of the promenade, the Durban Point Waterfront.
The KwaZulu-Natal Investment Opportunities 2019-2021 booklet contains approximately R200-billion ($13.3-billion) worth of investment opportunities with a potential to create approximately 500 000 decent job opportunities.
These uncertain global economic times provide us with an opportunity to focus on local manufacturing and to build our manufacturing base.
The annual Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu-Natal - date to be announced.
Welding Specialist, Sean Young, provides advice on the alternatives available when selecting gases.
Durban is working on a number of large-scale projects that are triggering opportunities for investment in Africa’s busiest port city, across many key sectors.
The DEC is been utilised as the Reception and Screening Centre for eThekwini Municipality’s response to sheltering the homeless during national lockdown...