President Ramaphosa is set to bring his investment and reform agenda to the largest mining investment gathering occurring next week.
A huge zinc project near Pofadder could lead to the Northern Cape acquiring a smelter and a refinery.
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and multi-tiered sub-concessions available for this greenfield, deep-water port development comprising two berths, supported by a 550 km railway line.
The mining sector continues to attract significant investments into Limpopo Province while agri-processing, tourism and energy are the other key sectors where new assets are being developed.
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Manufacturing and downstream industries are being stimulated by foreign investment in a Special Economic Zone.
Four finalists will be chosen to present their 10-minute pitches to the judges on the Main Stage of Mining Indaba, taking place 4-7 February 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Several locations within the Northern Cape are being developed to be catalysts for investment into the province.
Investing in African Mining Indaba is to host its third Investment Battlefield competition set to take place during the 25th edition of the event on 4-6 February 2019. The event organisers are looking for sub-Saharan Africa’s most promising mining companies with a market capital of $50 million or below.
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