Western Cape Business contains interviews and messages from business leaders from Accelerate Cape Town, the Cape Chamber of Commerce, Wesgro and the Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum.
Get news and analysis of the most important sectors, with a regional overview covering the strategic thinking behind plans to attract investment into the province.
The Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone has formally been in existence since 2013 and it has ambitious plans to tap further into the burgeoning oil rig maintenance and repair business.
The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Exporter of the Year competition showcases the Western Cape’s many talents and resources.
In anticipation of increased volumes, and to assist small-scale farmers get access to mainstream markets, agri-parks are being rolled out
The Minerals Council wants to reposition the South African mining sector so that it regains its place as the country’s "foremost industrial sector".
Blesbok is a mobile water provisioning system for the military which is able to purify all types of water including ground water, sea water and reclaimed water.
There are approximately 4 000 food-processing companies in Gauteng, employing more than 100 000 people.
Beijing Automotive Industry Group (BAIC) expects to be building 50 000 vehicles per year at its site at Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) by 2022.
Almost 90% of freight is transported by road and the logistics sector is very reliable. However, these volumes are not good for the condition of the country’s roads