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Saturday, July 11, 2020
Secondary Industries

Secondary Industries

Small business equals big potential for South Africa

The Shop Small movement aims to put small businesses across South Africa firmly in the spotlight, by encouraging individuals to support, visit and spend at a small business all year round, especially on Fridays.

Network and learn from our distinguished speakers

The annual Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu-Natal brings together provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, find out about the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, and provide a platform for networking and collaboration.

Unlocking the door for inner-city investment in Johannesburg

Nodal developments form part of the drive to transform the central business district (CBD) in a concerted and coordinated way.

Focus sectors and investment opportunities in Africa’s leading capital city

The City of Tshwane is committed to developing an economic future that is inclusive, diversified and competitive. These focus investment sectors offer current opportunities for local and international investors.

Entrepreneurship is the talk of the town in Cape Town this week

The 2017 season marks the tenth annual My Business Expo and Business StartUp Show Cape Town – The Western Cape’s largest event for anyone looking to start or expand a business.

Air Products and microbreweries in Cape Town – a winning combination

Craft beer brewing has been increasing in popularity amongst young and old. Air Products supplies gases to microbreweries in Cape Town and the Western Cape.

Begin and build your entrepreneurial journey today

Taking place at the International Cape Town Convention Centre (CTICC) on 24 August 2017, My Business Expo and Business StartUp Show, Africa’s leading business startup and growth showcase, will provide new trends, ideas, cutting-edge solutions and plenty of opportunities.

Infrastructure Africa encourages African unity through regional projects

There is power in numbers and collaboration on infrastructure projects between African nations would be to the benefit of Africa as a whole, whilst also bringing down the costs of doing business.

Aveng Infraset builds new concrete roof tile factory in KwaZulu-Natal

The new roof tile factory will provide the KwaZulu-Natal roof tile market with high quality, affordable roof tiles, addressing housing and building needs in the region.

Reasons to invest and do business in the Free State

The Free State offers an abundance of opportunities for local and international investors and traders, through the Free State Development Corporation.

Investment Projects

Tourism project in culturally rich area seeks investment for additional infrastructure

The project needs investment to establish self-catering units, a restaurant, places for entertainment and additional event space.

Investment opportunities in the Avoca Nodal Development

The project is seeking more private investors to invest in the second and third precinct.

Sulphuric acid off-take opportunity in the Namakwa SEZ

The planned Zinc smelter in the Northern Cape will produce suphuric acid as a by-product, providing a greenfield opportunity for the establishment of the complete value chain.

Business Opportunities

Northern Cape investment shows confidence in South Africa’s largest province

A new university, a world-class astronomy project and billions of rands of investment in renewable energy underpin the Northern Cape’s investment proposition.

Establish your business in Africa’s tech hub

Cape Town has established itself as a key technology hub in Africa with a number of major companies launching their head offices in the city.

Office and industrial space available in central South African province

There are opportunities to rent factory space at Free State Development Corporation properties in Botshabelo, Phuthaditjhaba and Industriqwa.
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