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Infrastructures in Africa

South Africa hosts approximately one million delegates at business events every year, supporting over 250,000 jobs directly and indirectly. But with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, events have come to a standstill, affecting both the economy and the...
Implementation of Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP), one of the world’s most successful trans-boundary water resource management schemes between the governments of Lesotho and South Africa, continues. Equipment manufactured and sold by Bell Equipment is...
Transport is the heartbeat of South Africa’s economic growth, ensuring goods and people move swiftly and safely to their destinations. The country’s road, rail and maritime networks combined ensure the sustained growth of economic activity; the effective movement of goods...
South Africa has a modern and well-developed transport infrastructure. The air and rail networks are the largest on the continent, and the roads are in good condition. The country’s ports provide a natural stopover for shipping to and from Europe,...
Among the key sectors that keep South Africa’s economic engine running are manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, financial services, transport, mining, agriculture and tourism. South Africa’s economy has been traditionally rooted in the primary sectors – the result of a...
The country – and the rest of the continent – has the potential to be a disruptor, by using ICT and the size of the African market. To do so, it needs to be innovative and produce its own...
With its wealth of minerals, South Africa is one of the most resource-rich regions on the planet. Add to this its sophisticated financial sector and strong business focus, its skilled people and strategic location, and you have a recipe for...