The adoption of the TAC Masterplan and consequent public funding for infrastructure development, will create partnership opportunities for the private sector.
The development of the SEZ in Tshwane is going to be a game changer in terms of positioning the City of Tshwane for faster growth and investment attraction.
The city’s edge is thanks to the industry’s rapid adoption towards an omnichannel approach to delivering next-generation contact centres and digital services.
A number of strategic opportunities are available where these high-intensity, mixed use precincts are being developed in the vicinity of Durban
The September/November edition of the Border-Kei Chamber's Business Hi-Lite magazine will spotlight Green Business, Energy, ICT and Tourism.
The renewable energy sector has the potential to unlock other sectors in the Northern Cape, such as manufacturing and construction.
This SEZ is strategically located on the N3 national road as part of the Free State leg of the massive Durban-Free State-Gauteng logistics and industrial corridor.
Foreign investments into the Free State totalled R8.4-billion in 2017 and the province has now achieved the status of being a net exporter of goods.
An opportunity for private sector entities to share with government agencies obstacles they encounter in the investment process and for both parties to set up a mutually beneficial process
Cape Town is home to a thriving green economy and the city’s Atlantis Greentech Special Economic Zone offers exciting opportunities and incentives.