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Mpumalanga

Mpumalanga

Mpumalanga focused on diversifying and growing the manufacturing sector

Steel and associated manufacturing remains one of the province’s strong suits, but a number of initiatives are being pursued to promote beneficiation and other forms of manufacture through a clustering approach and through tax incentives in Special Economic Zones.

Africa Oil & Power: Home of oil and gas licensing rounds

South Sudan, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon will continue their bidding round efforts at the flagship Africa Oil & Power (AOP) conference and exhibition.

Ten frequently asked questions regarding biomass-to-energy projects

Huge potential exists in Africa to create biomass-to-energy projects, as a more sustainable alternative to coal power plants.

WTM Africa Travel & Tourism Awards inspired by Africa’s stories

Entries are open across 12 innovative categories which reward individuals, small and large organisations for powerful and compelling work in promoting tourism across Africa.

Macadamia nut production in Mpumalanga is expanding every year

About 4 000 hectares of new trees is added each year across South Africa, with most of that in Mpumalanga and neighbouring Limpopo.

Special Economic Zone offers strategic access to Southern African trade

Situated in the border town of Komatipoort, 5 km from the Mozambique-South Africa border.

Here’s what you missed at Mining Indaba 2019

Find out who attended, where from and all the highlights.

Welcome to the Mpumalanga Economic Regulator

Learn more about the role of the Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER).

Airlink introduces early morning Nelspruit KMIA departures to Cape Town

Airlink has introduced enhancements to its Nelspruit KMIA to Cape Town services, from 14 January 2019.

Increasing agri-processing volumes is a national priority

In anticipation of increased volumes, and to assist small-scale farmers get access to mainstream markets, agri-parks are being rolled out

Featured Investment Opportunities

Durban Aerotropolis is ready to take flight

Once complete, it will become the economic driver of the province, creating 750 000 jobs.

Northern Cape Metals Industrial Cluster now in implementation phase

The Cluster will be fully established through a development of four phases. Phase 1 is currently under development.

A growing boatbuilding industry ready for investment

Each year, 80 to 200 cruising yachts pass Cape Town from the Indian Ocean en-route to the Caribbean – a lucrative market waiting for enthusiastic investors.

Featured Business Opportunities

A snapshot of South Africa’s nine provinces

Key facts about South Africa's nine provincial economies, with resource links to explore the business and investment environment of each region in more depth.

Prime office and industrial space available

Highveld Industrial Park has a number of key assets that form the basis of its unique rental proposition that allows it to provide a holistic rental solution to its clients, in a prime location.

South African investment incentives

A range of incentives are available to investors, existing companies, entrepreneurs and co-operatives across many sectors.