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Limpopo Business 2022-23

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The 2022/23 edition of Limpopo Business is the 14th 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. Both of the province’s two Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have taken several pages in this journal in order to share their goals with potential investors. The business case for the Musina-Makhado Special Economic Zone (MMSEZ) in the province’s far north has been accepted and the SEZ has received its official designation. Several investors have signed on and infrastructure development is underway. The Fetakgomo-Tubatse SEZ in the east is building up its infrastructure in terms of roads, railway sidings and water provision and both SEZs are taking an interest in renewable energy, and green hydrogen in particular. A special feature on green hydrogen appears in the front section of this journal. News related to mining, agriculture, tourism, construction and property, water, education and more.

KEY SECTORS Overviews of

KEY SECTORS Overviews of the main economic sectors of Limpopo Agriculture 38 Mining 40 Energy 48 Water 50 Construction and property 51 ICT 52 Tourism 56 Transport and logistics 58 Development finance and SMME development 62 Education and skills training 68 Glencore Operations South Africa is a major investor in Limpopo. The Lion Ferrochrome Smelter and three chrome mines, Thorncliffe, Magareng and Helena, are operated through the Glencore Merafe Chrome Venture. Credit: Glencore

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