The Nwanedi New Generation Cooperative (NNGC) welcomed an international and local delegation on Friday 18 June 2018, to showcase the successes of this joint venture aimed at developing farmers into self-sufficient market players.
Attractive incentives and good infrastructure make for a compelling investment proposition.
The co-location of these two events makes this platform the largest trade and investment gathering in agriculture on the African continent – representing the entire value chain.
Tshwane lies in the northern quadrant of Gauteng and is centrally positioned on two major arteries of the Southern African region. Herewith 15 projects in this prime business region.
Consisting of the Investment Promotion team, which realised R1.159-billion and the Agribusiness Investment Unit, which secured R150-million, investments facilitated by the team will support the creation of 549 direct jobs.
These industry-focused hubs will attract new investments and help existing businesses through economies of scale and by improving access to markets and supply chains.
The Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ), located in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, has been selected as one of seven examples of success out of thousands of SEZs around the world.
Available to investors, existing companies, entrepreneurs and co-operatives across many sectors.
AgriWorks Farmers Expo Potchefstroom, taking place 26 - 28 July 2018, is a cost effective opportunity to showcase your products and to network with farmers and buyers of this region.
Over the past 18 years the Coega SEZ has attracted 42 operational investors worth a combined investment value of R7-billion, and created 100 000 jobs.