The project is a catalyst to the R35-billion Point Waterfront development to be undertaken in three phases over the next five to 10 years.
The project is focused on developing a green belt of industries, agricultural beneficiation and green settlements in the eastern quadrant of Tshwane.
This Special Economic Zone is ideally situated in relation to the SADC and offers attractive incentives for businesses in especially the renewable energy and aviation industries.
Situated in the border town of Komatipoort, 5 km from the Mozambique-South Africa border.
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.
The West Coast District has many competitive advantages and offers investment and business opportunities in a variety of sectors, unique to each part of the region.
Airlink regrets to advise that its scheduled services to Polokwane are being disrupted from time to time specifically when there is low cloud in the vicinity of the airport.
Agility’s warehouse parks makes doing business easier and less risky and therefore attracts new multinational companies to come to Mozambique.
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.
Established manufacturers are investing in new capacity as two powerful new sectors – wind power and maritime – have started delivering on their potential to expand the Eastern Cape economy.