The RBIDZ is a Special Economic Zone that aims to encourage international competitiveness through world-class infrastructure as well as tax, VAT and duty-free incentives to qualifying investors.
Cornubia is a 1300 ha mixed-use mixed-income development, incorporating industrial, commercial, residential and open space uses.
The City of Cape Town is mobilising resources to limit the impact and are exploring ways of how best to support you during this time.
Global Africa Network is proud to launch this inaugural edition of African Business 2020 at a time of energetic planning for a prosperous future for the continent.
Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.
Large infrastructure projects and an increase in intra-African trade could be the platforms to launch the continent into a new era of prosperity.
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.
The Western Cape’s exports are expanding while the region’s reputation as a technology hub continues to grow.
The founders of Cape Town AI believe that skilled AI developers can contribute to a better planet, and work with their clients to help improve their triple bottom line.
In conversation with Celina Lee, co-founder and CEO of Zindi, a Cape Town based technology startup and the first Pan-African data science competition platform.