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KwaZulu-Natal Business 2021-22

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The 2021/22 edition of KwaZulu-Natal Business is the 13th issue of this unique guide to business and investment in KwaZulu-Natal Province in South Africa. Launched in 2008, this annual journal has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the province. In addition to the regular articles providing insight into each of the key economic sectors of the province, there is a special report on the prospect of increasing exports on the back of the signing of a continental free trade agreement. The province’s export infrastructure is examined and the diversity and export successes of several companies in a wide range of sectors are noted. The increasing importance of the Oceans Economy to the future of the provincial and national economy is relevant to any examination of the economy of KwaZulu-Natal. This applies as much to trade and ship-repair as it does to the exciting gas discoveries which have been made off the coast of Mozambique and South Africa. To complement the extensive local, national and international distribution of the print edition, the full content can also be viewed online at Updated information on KwaZulu-Natal is also available through our monthly e-newsletter, which you can subscribe to online at

KEY SECTORS Overviews of

KEY SECTORS Overviews of the main economic sectors of Kwazulu-Natal Agriculture 26 Foresty and paper 30 Mining 31 Engineering 32 Oil and gas 33 Construction and property 36 Tourism 37 Manufacturing 38 Automotive 39 Education and training 40 Water 44 Energy 45 Banking and financial services 46 Development finance and SMME support 48 The Richards Bay Coal Terminal has the design capacity of 91-million tons of coal per annum. In 2020, 70.2-million tons of coal was exported, mostly to Asia. Shareholders include all of South Africa’s biggest coal-mining companies. Credit: Richards Bay Coal Terminal. Credit: RBCT

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