We look at the economy of the region and explore its current and future investment potential in brief.
Head of De Beers Venetia Underground Project, Christoff Kühn, reports on progress in one of Limpopo’s biggest projects.
Although there are efforts under way to try to diversify the Limpopo economy to reduce the dependence on the mineral sector, there is a parallel effort to use the underground riches of the province to stimulate the growth of the manufacturing sector.
Infrastructure at a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) supports the specific industry and attracts investors with a strong focus on beneficiation of local produce or materials.
The Caring4Girls programme was established by the Imbumba Foundation two years ago and to date has already improved the lives of more than 10 000 girls.
With 70% of small businesses in South Africa failing in their first year it is important to know why. Here are six points to consider to help keep your business afloat.
Limpopo has huge volumes of raw produce to be transported to markets elsewhere and the province is also strategically positioned on the great road to the north.
Manufacturers and registered exporters are invited to participate in these international trade shows by means of National Pavilions.
Masisizane is passionate about economic development in rural areas.
The Masisizane Fund invests in SMMEs that have a registered business, in addition to a clear marketable product or service, and that create and retain jobs.