Sol Plaatje University is reaching for the stars as world’s biggest telescope project ramps up in the Northern Cape.
The project is a catalyst to the R35-billion Point Waterfront development to be undertaken in three phases over the next five to 10 years.
The KIP development caters for all nature of tenant facilities, from large customised facilities through to smaller, economically efficient mini-factories.
The project is at the start of the feasibility and business case phase.
Mon Trésor, the first urban development in Mauritius to obtain the Smart City Certificate, offers attractive incentives and investment opportunities.
Industry players are re-thinking the way in which the built environment is planned, designed and delivered.
A number of strategic opportunities available where high-intensity, mixed-use precincts are ready for development.
The renewable energy sector has the potential to unlock other sectors in the Northern Cape, such as manufacturing and construction.
"Given the construction industry’s challenges and contracting growth over the last decade, the expo affords an opportunity to rethink challenges the industry has been facing and mapping a positive way forward."
Ikhraam Osman, CEO of the FDC, invites business people to explore the opportunities on offer in the Free State.