The fly ash will be supplied by Eskom-owned power stations located in Mpumalanga.
The retail node will be situated in close proximity to several scenic wonders such as God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, and the world renowned Blyde River Canyon.
Mpumalanga Province has much to offer local and international investors in the mining, agriculture, forestry, manufacturing and tourism sectors.
Gods Window Skywalk is modelled on the successful US based “Grand Canyon Skywalk” in Arizona State. MEGA is open to talks with potential investors.
R100-million plan to develop Emakhazeni in Mpumalanga into a steel and metal fabrication hub.
A feasibility study has been completed and demonstrates feasible and profitable potential, resulting from tourism & game breeding, a settlement, business and recreational facility and livestock farming.
Suitable, serviced land has been identified and the Mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency has completed a business plan and feasibility study for the project.
Heyshope Dam has a reputation as one of South Africa's best bass fishing destinations.
MEGA is now implementing the KUKA Steelpoort Ropeway Ore Transporting Project, which will act as a means of transport of chrome and platinum ores from the mines to the smelters.
MEGA has set in motion a process to establish a glass recycling plant in Siyabuswa, a town situated in the countryside of Mpumalanga, in the Dr JS Moroka Municipality.