Mpumalanga Province has much to offer local and international investors in the mining, agriculture, forestry, manufacturing and tourism sectors.
The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) is optimistic that South Africa’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) will attract foreign direct investment (FDI).
False Bay TVET College hosted its annual Awards and Diploma Ceremony to acknowledge students who excel in their respective programmes and celebrate those who have graduated.
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.
The Summit will be attended by governments, national oil companies, independent oil companies, service companies, investment banks, private equity funds and EPCs.
Oil and gas could evidently be the biggest players in creating millions of direct and indirect jobs for both countries.
Data suggests that the Free State has 23-billion cubic feet of gas underground, but only exploration can confirm this.
The offices are to facilitate Lesedi’s diversification and enable the company to better service clients in the mining and minerals industry.
Priority developments planned within each of the five local municipalities of the West Coast District opens up new opportunities for investors.
Multi-sector opportunities in strategically positioned Special Economic Zone in the border town of Komatipoort, 5 km from the Mozambique-South Africa border.