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The 2020/21 guide to business and investment in Mpumalanga

Including updated overviews of each of the key economic sectors in the province, with references to the latest investments by companies across multiple sectors.

New brand launched to position Cape Town and the Western Cape as Africa’s Tech Capital 

Cape Town and the Western Cape is Africa’s tech capital, and this was reinforced with the official launch of a new brand

A significant focus on digitisation allows Nedbank to meet fast-changing banking customer needs

Ciko Thomas, Group Managing Executive for Nedbank Retail and Business Banking, discusses digitisation

DNG Energy receives a licence for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) bunkering in Coega

The licence gives DNG Energy rights to have its terminal, the floating storage unit (FSU), in Algoa Bay, which is a first in Africa

Spatial planning and infrastructure underpin Gauteng’s growth plans

Infrastructure spending and areas dedicated to specific kinds of manufacturing are intended to drive economic growth in the Gauteng Province.

Join the manufacturing conversation: Revitalising and growing manufacturing

Join the Manufacturing Conversation at no cost, taking place at the upcoming virtual Manufacturing Indaba on the 9 – 10 December 2020.

Plans in the pipeline to grow the economy of Gauteng

Special Economic Zones and expanded infrastructure are central elements to the strategies being devised to grow the Gauteng economy.

Winners of AFSIA Solar Awards announced

The inaugural Africa Solar Industry Association (AFSIA) Solar Awards, organised in partnership with the Africa Energy Forum (aef), culminated in a grand show streamed online, during which the winners of 15 categories were unveiled and celebrated.

In Johannesburg, the Selby Bus Rapid Transit depot is taking shape

The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) is building infrastructure to make the city more resilient, liveable and sustainable.

Eastern Cape Special Economic Zones and ports

While the variety of investors at both SEZs in the province continues to grow, developments in the Oceans Economy and the oil and gas sector are showing the greatest promise.

Investment Projects

Serviced land and customised solutions available for investors in Dube TradePort

Being developed according to a 50-year Master Plan as a global airfreight and passenger hub comprising five business zones, this SEZ offers many benefits to businesses located here

Opportunities in the redevelopment of Balele Game Park

The Balele Game Park comprises 5 development nodes and seeks investment and partners for the reassessment of its products offering and the development and refurbishment of infrastructure.

Cato Ridge Dry Port development seeks investment partners

The project is geared to develop a strategic Dry Port in Cato Ridge as a back-of-port facility to the Port of Durban and are currently seeking equity partners for funding.

Business Opportunities

Diamond cutting and polishing company in Kimberley delivers superior quality

Outclass Crystallized Gems is part of the “Young Diamantaires Program”, which is run by the World Federation of Diamond Bourses and a member of the Diamond Dealers Club of South Africa.

Sulphuric acid off-take opportunity in the Namakwa SEZ

The planned zinc smelter in the Northern Cape will produce pure sulphuric acid as a by-product, providing a greenfield opportunity for the establishment of the complete value chain

Office and industrial space available in central South African province

There are opportunities to rent factory space at Free State Development Corporation properties in Botshabelo, Phuthaditjhaba and Industriqwa.
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