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Limpopo Business 2018-19 edition

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A unique guide to business and investment in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Launched in 2007, the 2018/19 edition of Limpopo Business is the 10th issue of this highly successful publication that has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the Limpopo Province. Limpopo has many investment and business opportunities. In addition to the regular articles providing insight into each of the key economic sectors of the province, there are special features on developments in the transport and logistics sector and a focus on tourism. Interviews with industry leaders in development finance from the Industrial Development Corporation and the Small Enterprise Development Agency share their insights into the state of the provincial economy. Investment news related to mining, telecommunications and development finance is carried in overviews of all the main economic sectors. The publication also has a comprehensive register of all provincial government and municipal contact details. Updated information on Limpopo is also available through our monthly e-newsletter - which you can subscribe to at www.globalafricanetwork.com

Industrial Development

Industrial Development Corporation: Limpopo Province Leading industrial capacity development The Industrial Development Corporation’s Limpopo regional office is well-placed to help the province reach the economic potential which comes from its strategic position as South Africa’s northernmost province. As such, it is seen as the gateway to the rest of Africa. It is bordered by Botswana to the west, Zimbabwe to the north and Mozambique to the east, making it favourably situated for economic cooperation with other parts of Southern Africa. Values • Partnership • Professionalism • Passion Regional office The regional office is based in Polokwane in a business complex in the hustle and bustle of the city centre and has a satellite offices based in Tzaneen and Thohoyandou. There are IDC regional offices in every province to promote the corporation’s commitment to economic growth and industrial development countrywide. The IDC is located close to other government agencies such as the Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda) to enhance collaborative efforts and extend its reach. The corporation is involved in different stakeholder initiatives, including outreach through local newspapers as well as on radio stations such as Capricorn FM, a wholly black-owned regional radio station. The station is an IDC success story, having been funded by the corporation. The IDC’s main economic driver in Limpopo is agroprocessing, but with the future of the province’s mining industry looking quite prosperous, it might overtake agriculture in the near future. Strategic outcomes • Improve the environmental sustainability of the IDC and the industries in which we operate • Facilitation of decent, sustainable, direct and indirect employment • Increased development in rural areas and improve integration of regional economies • Promotion of entrepreneurship and small and medium enterprise growth • Advancement of environmentally sustainable growth • Growth in sector diversity and increased localised production • Support for the transformation of communities • Development of black industrialists and support for woman and youth entrepreneurs. LIMPOPO BUSINESS 2018/19 80

CONTACT INFO Physical address: Maneo Building, Ground Floor, 73 Biccard Street, Polokwane 0699 Postal address: Postnet Suite 422, Private Bag X9307, Polokwane 0699 Tel: +27 15 299 4080 Fax: +27 15 295 4521 Website: www.idc.co.za 81

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