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North West Business 2023-24

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The 2023/24 edition of North West Business marks the 12th publication of this highly successful journal that, since its launch in 2009, has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the North West Province. Renewable energy is a huge global trend, and the impact this burgeoning sector is having on the North West can be seen in the development of several new solar farms which are under construction. The North West’s strong suit in platinum group metals (PGMs) already puts the province at the forefront of the drive towards a greener and renewable economy because of the applicability of so many of those minerals and metals for the cleaner energy movement. North West Business includes news and analysis of the most important sectors. Best known for its platinum mines, grain and livestock farming and tourism, the province is making a concerted effort to bolster its manufacturing capacity through a dedicated new strategy which includes trying to attract solar panel manufacturing to 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 North West 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, our flagship South African Business title and the new addition to our list of publications, Journal of African Business, which was launched in 2020.


LISTING North North West West Provincial Government A guide A guide to North to North West West Province’s Province’s government government departments. Visit Visit LISTING Office of the Premier Department of Economic Development, Office Premier: of the Professor Premier Tebogo Job Mokgoro Department Environment, of Economic Conservation Development, and Tourism Premier: Garona Mr Bushy Building, Maape South Wing, 3rd Floor, Environment, MEC: Keneitswe Conservation Mosenogi and Tourism Garona Dr James Building, Moroka South Drive, Wing, Mmabatho 3rd Floor, 2735 MEC: NWDC Virginia Building, Tlhapi 1st Floor, Cnr Provident Street and Dr James Tel: +27 Moroka 18 388 Drive, 3040 Mmabatho | Fax: +27 18 2735 388 3008 NWDC University Building, Drive, 1st Floor, Mmabatho Cnr Provident 2735 Street and Tel: +27 Website: 18 388 3040 | Fax: +27 18 388 3008 University Tel: +27 Drive, 18 387 Mmabatho 7700 | Fax: 2735 +27 18 384 9440 Website: Tel: +27 18 387 7700 | Fax: +27 18 384 9440 Department of Agriculture and Department of Education Department of Agriculture and Department of Education Rural Development MEC: Mmaphefo Lucy Matsemela Rural Development MEC: Viola Motsumi MEC: Desbo Mohono 2nd Floor, Garona Building, Dr James Moroka Drive, MEC: Desbo Mohono 2nd Floor, Garona Building, Dr James Moroka Drive, Agricentre Building, Cnr Dr James Moroka Drive Mmabatho 2735 Agricentre Building, Cnr Dr James Moroka Drive Mmabatho 2735 and Stadium Road, Mmabatho 2735 Tel: +27 18 388 2970 | Fax: +27 18 384 5016 and Stadium Road, Mmabatho 2735 Tel: +27 18 388 2970 | Fax: +27 18 384 5016 Tel: +27 18 389 5111 | Fax: +27 18 392 4377 Tel: +27 18 389 5111 | Fax: +27 18 392 4377 Department of Health Department of Health Department of Arts, Culture, Sports and MEC: Madoda Sambatha Department of Arts, Culture, Sports MEC: Lenah Miga Recreation Cnr 1st Street and Sekame Road, Mahikeng 2745 Garona Building, 1st Floor West Wing, University and Recreation Tel: +27 18 391 4000 MEC: Tsotso Tlhapi Drive, Mmabatho 2735 MEC: House Keneetswe No Mosenogi 1, Lowe Complex, Modiri Molema Road, Tel: +27 Department 18 388 5176 of Public Works and Roads House Mmabatho No 1, Lowe 2735 Complex, Modiri Molema Road, MEC: Gaoage Oageng Molapisi Mmabatho Tel: +27 2735 18 388 4494 | Fax: 086 651 7885 Department Ngaka Modiri of Public Molema Works Road, Old and Parliament Roads Tel: +27 18 388 4494 | Fax: 086 651 7885 MEC: Gaoage Oageng Molapisi Department of Community Safety and Complex, Provincial Head Office, Mmabatho 2735 Ngaka Modiri Molema Road, Old Parliament Department of Community Safety and Tel: +27 18 388 1435 | Fax: +27 18 388 4021 Transport Management Complex, Provincial Head Office, Mmabatho 2735 Transport MEC: Sello Management Lehari Tel: +27 Department 18 388 1435 of | Fax: Social +27 18 Development 388 4021 MEC: Tirelo Sello Lehari Building, Albert Lithuli Drive, Mahikeng 2745 MEC: Boitumelo Theodora Moiloa Tirelo Tel: Building, +27 18 200 Albert 8401 Lithuli Drive, Mahikeng 2745 Department Provident House, of Social University Development Drive, Mmabatho 2735 Tel: +27 18 200 8401 MEC: Tel: Boitumelo +27 18 Theodora 388 2000 Moiloa | Fax: +27 18 494 1213 Department of Cooperative Governance, Provident House, University Drive, Mmabatho 2735 Department Human Settlements of Cooperative and Governance, Traditional Affairs Tel: +27 Provincial 18 388 2000 Treasury | Fax: +27 18 494 1213 Human HOD: Phihadu Settlements Ephraim and Motoko Traditional Affairs MEC: Motlalepula Rosho MEC: NWDC Nono Maloyi Building, cnr Provident House and Provincial Garona Building, Treasury East Wing, 2nd Floor, Cnr James NWDC University Building, Drive, cnr Provident Mmabatho House 2735 and MEC: Moroka Motlalepula and Rosho University Drive, Mmabatho 2735 University Tel: +27 Drive, 18 388 Mmabatho 2891 | Fax: 2735 086 620 7825 Garona Tel: Building, +27 18 388 East 4441 Wing, | Fax: 2nd +27 Floor, 18 388 Cnr 1901 James Tel: +27 18 388 2891 Moroka and University Drive, Mmabatho 2735 Fax: 086 620 7825 Tel: +27 18 388 4441 | Fax: +27 18 388 1901 1 NORTH WEST BUSINESS 2020/21 PHOTO: Hartbeespoort Tourism

Chamber of Commerce for Women in Business CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR WOMEN IN BUSINESS Rustenburg’s newest chamber is empowering women and advocating for small business. Services Get easy access to the services, programmes and events that will be difference makers for your business and add your voice to the development of policy and advocacy positions. Pillars of CCWB • Advocacy • Membership development • Business and personal development • PR and brand development • Governance and finance Oratilwe Nameng, President of the CCWB The Chamber of Commerce for Women in Business (CCWB) is a Rustenburgbased pioneer. Established in 2020 and registered as an NPC in 2022, it is the newest chamber in the city and the first such organisation in the North West. A group of entrepreneurs came together to advocate and empower women of all colours. One of the goals of the chamber is to help disadvantaged women be integrated into the mainstream of business in order to improve their livelihoods. More than 600 women in business are currently registered with CCWB. These members have access to networking sessions, SMME training and assistance with industry-related documentation. Over and above training seminars and workshops, CCWB also hosts gala dinners, luncheons and golf days. Since its inception, the CCWB has been actively involved in acting as a voice of reason to be able to defend the rights of women-owned businesses, advocating policy reforms that foster inclusion of women entrepreneurs, and representing the voice of small and medium-sized enterprises. Meetings have been held with the major mining houses active in the area and memorandums of understanding have been signed. We are a Proudly South African organisation, founded on the true spirit of equality, stakeholder partnerships and the understanding of various economic industries and the needs of emerging and established women in business. The CCWB is a registered NPC, POPIA-registered and affiliated to the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI). ■ Contact details Tel: +27 82 936 9611 Email: Website: The CCWB visited the SACCI head offices in Johannesburg.

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