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Saturday, August 13, 2022
Limpopo

Limpopo

Advancing education for future generations

Come and experience the ‘wow factor’ of Education at EduWeek 2018, opening its doors in just two weeks time.

The role of incentives in manufacturing

Manufacturing Indaba 2018 will be leading pertinent discussions regarding government grants, tax incentives and financing opportunities available to manufacturing-specific enterprises.

Grootegeluk mine: A world leader in more than one way

Grootegeluk has maintained its ISO and OHSAS certification for the past 10 years and has not experienced a fatality since 2012.

Ivanplats brings a new dawn to Mokopane

The Platreef mine is projected to require a workforce of approximately 2 200 within four years of the start of production operations and Ivanplats will have invested a total of R160-million in the Platreef social and labour plan from 2014 to 2019.

Marula: Maximising benefits for local communities

Marula is determined to maximise the benefits of the mine for its local communities and the social investment strategy focuses on addressing the urgent needs identified in these areas.

Diversifying South Africa’s energy mix

Two recent reports have concluded that South Africa’s grid could be flexible enough, and renewables supported by gas could provide base load.

How will the electric car revolution affect the African mining industry?

Mining Indaba spoke with Martim Facada, Lithium expert at Industrial Minerals to discuss how electric vehicles might affect the African commodities market, in particular battery metals such as cobalt and lithium.

Job-relevant training is key to economic growth

SAMSA is investigating the feasibility of establishing specialist maritime schools in South Africa’s coastal provinces.

Transforming the water environment for industrial, commercial and private users

The recently completed De Hoop Dam in eastern Limpopo is the centrepiece in the large Olifants River Water Resource Development Project.

Limpopo’s value offering to visitors and investors

We look at the economy of the region and explore its current and future investment potential in brief.

Investment Projects

General and light manufacturing cluster ideally positioned for trade with southern African markets

Due to Limpopo's proximity to an extensive network of African markets, the Musina Makhado SEZ in Limpopo provides a gateway into Africa for general and light manufacturing.

The Boegoebaai Port and Green Hydrogen Cluster

The Northern Cape is developing catalytic infrastructure in the form of the Boegoebaai Port and Rail Project and Green Hydrogen Special Economic Zone (SEZ), including storage infrastructure, transmission grids, and pipelines.

Identified economic clusters generating opportunities in planned Special Economic Zone

Find out more about opportunities within agro-processing, development of ICT infrastructure, mineral beneficiation, as well as various green energy and manufacturing opportunities.

Business Opportunities

Remain relevant in the rapidly changing business environment

Whether you’re an individual or an employee looking to explore flexible learning options, WBS is guaranteed to have a suitable course to meet your needs.

Lute Diamonds – exclusively styled diamonds through fine workmanship

Lute Diamonds (Pty) Ltd was established in 2006 and have successfully traded in Australia, China and locally in South Africa. The company is based in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.

Fast-tracking projects and lowering the cost of doing business in the Eastern Cape

The Investor One Stop Shop initiative is geared towards providing investors with services to fast-track projects and reduce government red tape when establishing a business.
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