Take an interactive, virtual tour of the Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone, where prime industrial land is for lease in a variety of sectors.
The second annual African Rail Evolution forum is co-located with the 6th annual African Ports Evolution forum and KwaZulu-Natal Export Week, taking place 17-18 October 2017.
South Africa’s four coastal provinces have as many as 50 potential and existing unproclaimed harbours.
The African Association of Automotive Manufacturers chairperson Thomas Schaefer (CEO of Volkswagen SA) explains why new African markets are vital for growth.
Africa’s transport sector is taking continuous strides to unlock cross-border opportunities for intra-African trade and development.
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.
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.
The Free State offers an abundance of opportunities for local and international investors and traders, through the Free State Development Corporation.
Hundreds of state properties along South Africa’s coast are to become sites of new business opportunities and catalysts for economic growth and job creation.
Limpopo has huge volumes of raw produce to be transported to markets elsewhere and the province is also strategically positioned on the great road to the north.