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KwaZulu-Natal’s ports are shaping up to receive more ships

The Durban Cruise Terminal is an important step forward for Durban that fits in with the larger project that links the port to the upgraded southern end of the promenade, the Durban Point Waterfront.

Supplier MatchUp – a remedy for SMMEs during the COVID-19 crisis

The inaugural online event presented SMMEs with the opportunity to engage in a Q&A session with big-business buyers.

Smart Procurement World’s first online conference a great success

Held on 19 and 20 May, the event attracted over 160 delegates and was deemed a resounding success by all stakeholders, delegates and sponsors.

Top 20 default municipal debt is regretted

The responsibility and commitment of Eskom to assist Municipalities is imperative in order to ensure every person who can afford to pay are paying for the full basket of municipal services with such payment including the payment of Municipal taxes.

Welcoming Alert Level 3 and opening of the construction sector to save jobs

We firmly believe that if done responsibly, the economy in the Western Cape can open up while preventing the spread of Covid-19, and we are committed to supporting businesses through this crisis.

Nedbank launches a tech-based solution that revolutionises the way South Africans shop and sell

A first on the African continent, Nedbank answers the call to go beyond banking.

Property Rates Petition – OUTA

The Chartered Institute of Government Finance, Audit and Risk Officers (CIGFARO) responds to the resent petition circulated by Organization Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) regarding the cutting or reduction of property rates payable by property owners.

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.

Upskilling is vital to the construction industry

In order for the construction industry to survive and thrive it is vital to invest in the future workforce by way of upskilling and continued learning.

Expanding e-commerce under Alert Level 4 will help small businesses

The sector employees at least 40 000 people in South Africa, and given the fact that e-commerce can facilitate trade with minimal human interaction, it could potentially employ a lot more if allowed to expand under Alert Level 4.

Investment Projects

Balele Game Park in KwaZulu-Natal seeks investors and partners

The Balele Game Park comprises 5 development nodes and seeks investment and partners for the reassessment of its products offering and the development and refurbishment of infrastructure.

Project seeking private sector investors in the automotive sector

The KZN Automotive Supplier Park project is aimed at centralising production, assembly, sequencing and warehousing facilities that are within close proximity to the OEMs such as Toyota South Africa.

Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone – a global airfreight and passenger hub

Dube TradePort’s vision is to be the leading global manufacturing and air logistics platform in Southern Africa, seamlessly integrated with intermodal road, rail, and port infrastructure.

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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