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Gauteng Business 2020/21 edition

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The 2020/21 edition of Gauteng Business is the 12th issue of this highly successful publication that has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the Gauteng Province. In addition to the regular articles providing insight into each of the key economic sectors of the province, there are special features on infrastructure investment programmes and plans for the establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as a means to boost economic growth. Another feature on construction and property underlines the importance of spatial planning in the region’s future. Ambitious plans for the City of Johannesburg are outlined, both in the journal's editorial pages and by the Johannesburg Development Agency (JDA).


CONTENTS CONTENTS Gauteng Business 2020/21 Edition Introduction Foreword 5 A unique guide to business and investment in Gauteng. Special features Regional overview of Gauteng 6 Special Economic Zones and expanded infrastructure are central elements to the strategies being devised to grow the Gauteng economy. Spatial planning and infrastructure underpin Gauteng’s growth plans 10 GDP growth is directly related to infrastructure investment. Builing mega-cities 16 Ambitious construction plans are afoot in Gauteng. Economic sectors Agriculture 26 A major starch business is changing hands. Mining 27 AngloGold Ashanti has sold its last South African asset. Energy 28 Companies are generating their own power. Oil and gas 29 Various types of gas are available as fuels. Transport and logistics 34 Achieving ambitious export goals will boost the logistics sector. GAUTENG BUSINESS 2020/21 2

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