The official launch in April 2017 of the Maluti-A-Phofung SEZ was a significant event for the economy.
Areas of investment that are expected to grow fastest include fuel cell technology, machinery for mining, energy generation and RE component manufacturing.
Large investments in several key sectors are creating opportunities for business expansion and an inviting environment for investors.
The province is unique in many ways and offer visitors and organisations a variety of options to explore.
The plan, currently in its implementation phase, is supported by a spatial investment framework in public and private sector infrastructure, an integrated public transport policy and land policies.
Projected attendance is currently estimated to be over 220 mining companies, including 160 plus junior mines.
Event set to provide access to unparalleled content and industry players.
The Northern Cape has a coastline of 313 km but the economic value of this asset has barely been touched.
Head of De Beers Venetia Underground Project, Christoff Kühn, reports on progress in one of Limpopo’s biggest projects.
Although there are efforts under way to try to diversify the Limpopo economy to reduce the dependence on the mineral sector, there is a parallel effort to use the underground riches of the province to stimulate the growth of the manufacturing sector.