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Limpopo Business 2019-20 edition

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  • Africa
  • Africa
  • Finance
  • Development
  • Education
  • Logistics
  • Transport
  • Agriculture
  • Industrialization
  • Sectors
  • Business
  • Investment
  • Industrial
  • Polokwane
  • Mining
  • Tourism
  • Economic
  • Province
  • Limpopo
The 2019/20 edition of Limpopo Business is the 11th issue of this highly successful publication that, since its launch in 2007, has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the Limpopo Province. Limpopo has several 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 various Special Economic Zones (SEZs) which aim to drive industrialization in the province and the initiatives which are further enhancing the tourism offering in Limpopo. News related to mining, agriculture, transport and logistics, education and development finance is carried in overviews of the main economic sectors in the province. 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 the Limpopo is also available through our monthly e-newsletter, which you can subscribe to at, in addition to our complementary business-to-business titles that cover all nine provinces as well as our flagship South African Business.

CONTENTS Energy59 Large

CONTENTS Energy59 Large energy users are going off-grid. Transport and logistics 60 The new Musina Intermodal Terminal is operating. Banking and financial services 70 Banking choices are expanding very quickly. Development finance and SMME support 74 Big companies are using their supply chains to support small business. Education and training 86 Training is a key provincial priority. References Key sector contents 38 Overviews of the main economic sectors of Limpopo. Index88 Maps Limpopo locator map 13 ABOUT THE COVER: Credit: Des Jacobs for Implats. Marula Mine, which is 73% owned by Implats, comprises two decline shafts and a concentrator plant. In FY2018 the operation produced 85 100 ounces of platinum in concentrate. LIMPOPO BUSINESS 2019/20 2

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