NEWS SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMY 20.01.2015
SOUTH AFRICA AT DAVOS
South African President Jacob Zuma will be heading up the high-level South African delegation of cabinet ministers and business leaders attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, from 21 to 24 January.
South Africa estimates its “blue gold” could contribute as much as R177- million to the economy by 2033. With two major port cities and its established industrial development zones, the Eastern Cape is set to become the hub of this economic activity
Tender process for the building of new nuclear power stations in South Africa will soon be introduced as the government wraps up workshops with potential vendor countries, such as Russia, France, China, South Korea and the US.
South Africa’s efforts to support growth in Africa through regional integration and direct investment is one of the key messages the country will take to the annual World Economic Forum’s meeting, which starts in Davos on 21 January.
News, features on SA’s relations with the African continent.
Infrastructure, key sectors, policies, development.
Exporting, importing, trade relations, assistance.
Black empowerment, innovations, new business.
SA companies and brand products making their mark globally.