Including updated overviews of each of the key economic sectors in the province, with references to the latest investments by companies across multiple sectors.
Cape Town and the Western Cape is Africa’s tech capital, and this was reinforced with the official launch of a new brand
Ciko Thomas, Group Managing Executive for Nedbank Retail and Business Banking, discusses digitisation
The licence gives DNG Energy rights to have its terminal, the floating storage unit (FSU), in Algoa Bay, which is a first in Africa
Infrastructure spending and areas dedicated to specific kinds of manufacturing are intended to drive economic growth in the Gauteng Province.
Join the Manufacturing Conversation at no cost, taking place at the upcoming virtual Manufacturing Indaba on the 9 – 10 December 2020.
Special Economic Zones and expanded infrastructure are central elements to the strategies being devised to grow the Gauteng economy.
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.
The Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA) is building infrastructure to make the city more resilient, liveable and sustainable.
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.