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Gauteng Business 2017-18 edition

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Gauteng Business 2017/18 is the ninth edition of this highly successful annual journal, that has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the Gauteng province. Special features for 2017/18 include a focus on major new developments in the region’s metros, complemented by detailed overviews of the main economic sectors in South Africa’s most important provincial economy.

SPECIAL FEATURE South

SPECIAL FEATURE South African economy at a glance Insight into the performance of the South African economy is provided through these graphical representations of key statistics. ZIMBABWE NAMIBIA BOTSWANA Limpopo 0.9% (7.1%) MOZAMBIQUE North West -3.6% (6.5%) Gauteng 2.1% (34.3%) Mpumalanga 2.7% (7.5%) SWAZI- LAND Northern Cape 2.8% (2.1%) Free State 1.8% (5%) LESOTHO KwaZulu- Natal 2.3% (16.1%) Western Cape 2.0% (13.6%) Eastern Cape 1.0% (7.6%) SA GDP: Percentage of growth per province (2014) and percentage contribution to national GDP (figures in brackets). SOURCE: STATS SA WWW.STATSSA.GOV.ZA PROVINCE CAPITAL PREMIER POPULATION (2015) AREA GRP BILLION RAND Eastern Cape Bhisho Phumulo Masualle 6 916 200 168 966km 2 R289.9 Free State Bloemfontein Elias Sekgobelo "Ace" Magashule 2 817 900 129 825km 2 R189.1 Gauteng Johannesburg David Makhura 13 200 300 18 178km 2 R1 305.6 KwaZulu- Natal Pietermaritzburg Willies Mchunu 10 919 100 94 361km 2 R610.1 Limpopo Polokwane Stanley Mathabatha 5 726 800 125 754km 2 R271.5 Mpumalanga Mbombela David Mabuza 4 283 900 76 495km 2 R284.2 North West Mahikeng Supra Mahumapelo 3 707 000 104 882km 2 R249.5 Northern Cape Kimberley Sylvia Lucas 1 185 600 372 889km 2 R79.9 Western Cape Cape Town Helen Zille 6 200 100 129 462km ² R518.1 Snapshot of South Africa’s provinces SOURCE: INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATION’S SOUTH AFRICA SURVEY 2016 AS REPORTED ON BUSINESSTECH.CO.ZA GAUTENG BUSINESS 2017/18 28

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