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Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Western Cape

Western Cape

Spintelligent events African Utility Week, Agritech Expo Zambia and Property Buyer Show winners again...

African Utility Week wins two awards including Best Overall Exhibition.

A fresh start breakfast with Eben and Siya

Join Eben and Siya at the Vodacom Business Breakfast, Wednesday 7th February in Cape Town.

Responsive distance learning offerings

False Bay TVET College (FBC) is expanding its Distance Learning offering from January 2018, in anticipation of the greater demand for education and training in 2018.

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.

Wesgro joins Africa Film Commissions Network, with 2 employees officially certified as film commissioners

Two Wesgro employees in the Film and Media Promotion Unit, Monica Rorvik and Lisa Mini, have officially been certified as film commissioners.

Best tourist activities in the Bergrivier region

The Bergrivier region is the ideal destination for seaside holidays, adventure sports, breathtaking mountain escapes, birding excursions, waterfall hiking trails, wild flower drives, photography or just recharging the batteries in a calm, tranquil environment.

The 2018 guide to business and investment in the Western Cape

The Western Cape Business journal provides essential information for anyone with an interest in doing business or investing in the province.

A West Coast success story

Doring Bay Abalone is 65% black owned, making it the only majority black owned land-based abalone farm in South Africa with meaningful equity participation by a local community.

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.

Investment Projects

Advantages for investors and enterprises in Cape Town agricultural sector

Cape Town provides a number of unmistakable advantages for investors and enterprises looking for success in agriculture.

Mixed use precincts under development offer strategic opportunities

A number of strategic opportunities are available where these high-intensity, mixed use precincts are being developed in the vicinity of Durban

Centrally located hub will reduce costs and improve efficiency

The project entails construction of an inland intermodal system comprising a container terminal, a vehicle parking terminal, and a warehouse/cold room terminal.

Business Opportunities

Northern Cape investment shows confidence in South Africa’s largest province

A new university, a world-class astronomy project and billions of rands of investment in renewable energy underpin the Northern Cape’s investment proposition.

Establish your business in Africa’s tech hub

Cape Town has established itself as a key technology hub in Africa with a number of major companies launching their head offices in the city.

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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