Attractive incentives and good infrastructure make for a compelling investment proposition.
South Africa is investing in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as a major plank of its industrial development policy. A range of incentives are available to attract new skills and develop new industries.
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Multi-sector opportunities in strategically positioned Special Economic Zone in the border town of Komatipoort, 5 km from the Mozambique-South Africa border.
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and multi-tiered sub-concessions available for this greenfield, deep-water port development comprising two berths, supported by a 550 km railway line.
False Bay College was selected as the Centre of Specialisation for riggers and mechanical fitters in the Western Cape.
The Port of Durban, operated by Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), has scooped the prestigious title of Africa’s Leading Cruise Port 2018.
The AfCFTA Business Forum, which allows for private sector engagement with formulators of policy, should lead to realistic and workable trade agreements.
The Automotive Supplier Park in Gauteng offers an excellent manufacturing base, with access to logistics corridors and links to extensive distribution networks for efficient export and import of goods.
Ideally located for companies who wish to harness business opportunities in the manufacturing and trade of light, high-value and time-sensitive products.