The manufacturing sector employs the third most people in South Africa, about 1.7-million.
A number of opportunities have been identified, including industrial and logistics developments that are enabled by road and air accessibility, residential infill and related commercial opportunities.
The City of Ekurhuleni invites all stakeholders to join hands in taking the City to new heights.
A new identity for the City of Ekurhuleni is being forged out of the towns and urban nodes surrounding Africa’s biggest and busiest airport.
The plan, currently in its implementation phase, is supported by a spatial investment framework in public and private sector infrastructure, an integrated public transport policy and land policies.
The province is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the new interest in developing a maritime economy.
These developments are springing up partly as a reaction to new trends in transport and partly in response to the concept of corridor development being pursued by the City of Johannesburg and the Provincial Government of Gauteng.
The Northern Cape has a coastline of 313 km but the economic value of this asset has barely been touched.
Hot days and straight roads make the Northern Cape the perfect place for testing the world’s best cars.
The Chief Executive Officer of the ELIDZ, Mr Simphiwe Kondlo, outlines the advantages available to investors.