Only 11% of the Free State’s primary agricultural production is processed within the province’s boundaries, but available industrial land presents opportunities for agri-processing investment.
With easy access to South Africa’s biggest urban areas, the North West hopes to add a thriving manufacturing sector to its strengths in mining, agriculture and tourism.
KwaZulu-Natal Manufacturing Indaba aims to make a sustainable and positive impact on provincial manufacturing communities, empowering local industrialists to grow and prosper.
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.
The East Cape Automotive Industry Forum (ECAIF) has set five-year targets for growth of the local automotive industry.
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.
MIO-Liviero was awarded the rights in 2014 to plan and develop a mixed-use and mixed-income development known as the Rankuwa Smart City Development.
The KwaZulu-Natal Manufacturing Indaba, to be hosted in Durban from the 14 – 15 August 2019, is designed to accommodate industrialists, as well as those who lack proficiency in this arena, with an extensive technological knowledge.
The Cape Construction Expo is the prime meeting place for construction industry professionals in the Western Cape. It is the best platform for you to meet, network and do business with the right buyers.
Co-located with Cape Construction Expo, 11 - 12 September 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa, the 6th annual Cape Industries Showcase is the only event dedicated exclusively to services and equipment for the Western Cape’s booming marine/offshore, maritime and oil & gas industries.