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Invest Durban

Invest Durban

Shopping centre development underway – retail and commercial opportunities

The shopping centre development with a floor area (bulk) of 21 000 square metres is strategically located on the city’s IRPTN C3 Corridor.

KZN Automotive Supplier Park: update on progress and opportunities

This industrial park will host Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), and Component Suppliers. It is located 16 km from Toyota South Africa, 38 km from Durban Harbour and 69 km from King Shaka International Airport.

Business Engagement: Doing Business with Ghana

The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry NPC in partnership with Invest Durban, eThekwini Municipality and Ghana Export Promotion Authority cordially invites you to attend a Business-to-Business engagement between South Africa and Ghana.

2021 project update: Avoca Nodal Development

The Avoca Nodal Development consists of three precincts ideally located along the N2 corridor. The precincts consists of the Brickworks and Northfields industrial developments and the Caneridge residential development.

An update on progress for the Durban Point Waterfront development

The R35-billion investment located on the South Point of the central beachfront is set to include a number of mixed use developments projects, including upmarket residential and commercial developments, retail mall, a hotel and leisure facilities.

Project update: Oceans Umhlanga, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

Recent project update for the Oceans Umhlanga development in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal Province, South Africa. Construction on the buildings started on site in Apr 2017, was put on hold and resumed in Jan 2021.

Centrum site development update 2021

2021 Project Update for the Centrum site development in Durban / eThekwini, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

March 2021 status update for the Durban Eye tourism project

The "Durban Eye" will serve as an iconic tourist attraction to the area, complementing the city’s current tourist offerings.

Invest Durban FDI Priority Projects

The City of Durban (eThekwini Municipality) is South Africa's second most important economic region. Here is a current list of Foreign Direct Investment Projects in Durban with a brief description of each.

Ports and exports: KwaZulu-Natal has an abundance of both

A new era in trade and export has begun and the traders, logistics operators and ports of KwaZulu-Natal are in pole position to take up new opportunities.

Investment Projects

General and light manufacturing cluster ideally positioned for trade with southern African markets

Due to Limpopo's proximity to an extensive network of African markets, the Musina Makhado SEZ in Limpopo provides a gateway into Africa for general and light manufacturing.

The Boegoebaai Port and Green Hydrogen Cluster

The Northern Cape is developing catalytic infrastructure in the form of the Boegoebaai Port and Rail Project and Green Hydrogen Special Economic Zone (SEZ), including storage infrastructure, transmission grids, and pipelines.

Identified economic clusters generating opportunities in planned Special Economic Zone

Find out more about opportunities within agro-processing, development of ICT infrastructure, mineral beneficiation, as well as various green energy and manufacturing opportunities.

Business Opportunities

Remain relevant in the rapidly changing business environment

Whether you’re an individual or an employee looking to explore flexible learning options, WBS is guaranteed to have a suitable course to meet your needs.

Lute Diamonds – exclusively styled diamonds through fine workmanship

Lute Diamonds (Pty) Ltd was established in 2006 and have successfully traded in Australia, China and locally in South Africa. The company is based in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.

Fast-tracking projects and lowering the cost of doing business in the Eastern Cape

The Investor One Stop Shop initiative is geared towards providing investors with services to fast-track projects and reduce government red tape when establishing a business.
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