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Gauteng Eco Dev Oct 15
Mosa Tshabalala, CEO explores the proposed Tshwane Automotive Hub. She says "This is a long term project. The purpose is to fast track the development of infrastructure.
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The GGDA Oct 15
“The proposed SEZ will fast-track the infrastructure development that will realise the goal of turning the into a globally competitive Automotive City” - GGDA CEO Mosa Tshabalala
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the dti Oct 15
Molefane says the Hub will also assist in building and creating small businesses and Black Industrialists who will supply the needs of those who are operating within the SEZ.
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the dti Oct 15
Molefane urges the community to support the process and make the Hub a reality.
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the dti Oct 15
Molefane says the Hub will create business opportunities and sustainable jobs for those who are residing in the area.
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the dti Oct 15
Molefane says the SEZ consultation is on going process that will involved all the stakeholders who will be affected.
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the dti Oct 15
The Chief Director of Special Economic Zones at the dti, Mr Maoto Molefane says for the Tshwane Automotive Hub to become reality, government will need the community support and necessary skills.
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the dti Oct 15
MEC Ms Morakane Mosupyoe addressing the community of Nellmapius
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Gauteng Eco Dev Oct 15
Today, Gauteng’s MEC for Economic Development, Agriculture and Environment Morakane Mosupyoe engages the community of Nellmapius on plans to expand the OR Tambo Special Economic Zone to include the Tshwane Automotive Hub in Silverton. Come join us.
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the dti Oct 15
The proposed Automotive hub will be focusing on the automotive component manufacturing and will be developed on 162 hectares in Silverton, on the eastern part of the City of Tshwane.
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the dti Oct 15
Minister Ebrahim Patel published a notice in the Government Gazette on 20 September 2019, expressing the intention to approve an application for the expansion of the O.R. Tambo Special Economic Zone to incorporate the Tshwane Automotive Hub in Silverton, Tshwane.
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the dti Oct 15
the dti will today host public hearings on the proposed Tshwane Automotive Hub in Nellmapius Library and Community Hall, Pretoria.
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the dti Oct 12
Durban - A taxi manufacturing expansion plant worth almost half a billion rand was recently launched in Durban by the Minister of Trade and Industry (the dti), Ebrahim Patel.
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the dti Oct 10
A grassroots innovator is an individual who often undertakes innovative efforts to solve localised problem using local resources and capabilities and generally works outside the realm of formal organisations like business firms or research institutions.
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the dti Oct 10
The exercise was aimed at establishing accessibility to the dti’s innovation support instruments by underserviced citizens in line with government’s drive to revitalise township and rural economies.
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the dti Oct 10
The hosting of the workshop follows an exercise that was undertaken by the dti to search for grassroots innovators in rural and township areas.
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the dti Oct 10
the dti hosted the Grassroots Innovation workshop for small enterprises and stakeholders in Mbombela, Mpumalanga today.
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the dti Oct 8
leveraged R18.06 billion of investment,with R9.1 billion towards industrial infrastructure and R43.93 million towards Innovation/Technology Development.
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the dti Oct 8
The Volkswagen group South Africa has invested R70.9 million towards the development of black-owned component suppliers a d one of the funded companies produce plastic automotive components. - October
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the dti Oct 8
On progress of the first quarter of this current financial-year October says that Defy has committed to investing R1 billion in the next 5-years.
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