An exciting new maritime awareness programme was launched Wednesday, 4 September to encourage South Africa’s youth to not only dip their feet into the endless possibilities of career exploration in the maritime industry, but to “dive in” by getting immersed into a future career in the oceans economy.
Discussions will highlight inner city transformation, provincial investment and development initiatives, industry challenges and much more.
Essential information about the main economic sectors of the South African economy and unique insight into topical issues and exciting new possibilities for doing business or investing in South Africa.
The Limpopo Eco-Industrial Park will set new standards in ecologically sound industrial development.
An interview with Webster Mfebe, Board Chair of the world’s first zero solid waste eco-industrial park.
New mining projects, investments in Special Economic Zones and superb tourism assets are expected to underpin economic growth in Limpopo.
The event Women Dive In! Career Opportunities in the Maritime Sector hosted by the SA International Maritime Institute (SAIMI) in partnership with the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA-SA) and African Marine Solutions (AMSOL) in Cape Town this week was attended by approximately 100 women.
Engineering and project management services including coordination, design, procurement, and construction management and execution offered.
A gender revolution has begun in what were exclusively male industries, led by a still-tiny vanguard of women artisans produced by South Africa’s TVET College system.
It is all systems go for the construction of the landmark Cornubia project which will provide educational, social, health and recreational facilities all in one vicinity.