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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.

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CONTENTS Automotive and components 50 The South African Auto Master Plan has been unveiled. Food and beverages 51 Gauteng’s big market is attractive to producers. Tourism52 Major new investments in tourism are under way. Business services 58 South African consulting is a leader in Africa. Education and training 60 The private sector is growing fast. ICT62 Financial institutions are investing in ICT. Banking and financial services 63 Newcomers are challenging the established players. Development finance and SMME support 68 Public and private funding is available for entrepreneurs. Government Gauteng Provincial Government 78 A guide to Gauteng’s provincial departments and their MECs. GAUTENG PROVINCE Gauteng Local Government 79 A guide to metropolitan, district and local municipalities in Gauteng Province. N1 Limpopo References North West Hammanskraal Mpumalan Sector contents 42 Overview of the main economic sectors of Gauteng. N1 Index80N4 Map Gauteng provincial map. 15 GAUTENG BUSINESS 2017/18 6 Cullinan PRETORIA Mamelodi Ekangala Zithobeni N4 Centurion N4 Atteridgeville Bronkhorstspruit Irene N1 N14 R21 Magaliesburg Midrand Muldersdrift Tembisa Sandton Alexandra Krugersdorp Randburg Kempton Park Roodepoort Isando Benoni Edenvale N14 Randfontein N12 JOHANNESBURG Kagiso Boksburg Daveyton Mohlakeng Germiston Wattville Brakpan Soweto Alberton Bekkersdal Reiger Park KwaThema Lenasia Katlehong N12 Springs Westonaria Vosloorus N1 Tokoza Tsakane Duduza Nigel R59 N3 Heidelberg Evaton Ratanda Meyerton Sebokeng Boipatong Vereeneging Bophelong Vanderbijlpark Sharpeville Devon Mpumalang

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