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Northern Cape Business 2019/20 edition

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Since its launch in 2009, Northern Cape Business has established itself as the premier business and investment guide to the Northern Cape Province. The 2019/20 edition is officially supported and used by the Northern Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism. Northern Cape Business is unique as a business and investment guide that focuses exclusively on the province. In addition to comprehensive overviews of sectors of the economy, this publication has a particular focus on specific, packaged investment opportunities. The massive potential represented by the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope project and the rapid progress being made by Sol Plaatje University are also highlighted in this edition.

Key stakeholders

Key stakeholders Transaction advisor Technical consultants Boegoebaai Port, Rail and Infrastructure Development Project. Project location Boegoebaai is approximately 60km north of Port Nolloth and 20km south of othe border between Namibia and South o Africa in the Richtersveld Local o Services base for oil, gas and offshore mining Municipality area. Project background The Reducing Northern cost Cape of moving Province cargo has the volumes of commodities to warrant a system deep-sea Stimulating commercial regional socio-economic port, specifically development as a Securing result a competitive of mining advantage and agricultural regionally for SA ports activities. The Boegoebaai site has all the advantages for the potential Volume development of a deep-sea (mtpa) port, namely: the 20-metre contour is 250m offshore and it is a greenfield site owned by the people of the Richtersveld, the Community Property Association (CPA). Key facts Transnet, National Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, Treasury TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM) PRDW, PSP Logistics, NAKO ILISO Project status The project is in FEL2 phase. Finalisation of FEL2 is planned for December 2018. CAPEX Port = ~R6 billion +/-40% accuracy. Rail = ~R9 billion +/-50% Estimated jobs to be created 3 000 permanent and 18 000 indirect jobs Project status PPP Feasibility study at FEL 2 level to be completed end of April 2019 PROJECT DESCRIPTION A greenfield, deep water port. Two berths; one dry bulk export berth and one break bulk berth supported by a rail line (550 kilometers). The port has the potential to accommodate Capesize vessels. Primary drivers for the development include: Capitalizes on new economy, including: o Iron ore from junior miners, creates a catalyst for junior / development miners currently constrained by high transportation costs and exclusion from larger logistic solutions i.e. Sishen-Saldanha line Provides a more efficient logistic manganese route Strategically positioned to capitalize on gas fields industry o Potential of an Oil Refinery to be constructed close to the port Economic catalyst for the Northern Cape Province and specifically the Richtersveld Community Optimizing the cargo distribution within the SA port PROJECT COMMODITY MIX Commodity Dry bulk – iron ore 5-10 New volume from junior miners Dry bulk – manganese 2-5 Lower cost logistic solution Dry bulk – lead and zinc 1-2 Closest port to mines Comment Break bulk 0.5 Multi-purpose commodities, agricultural, mining and low container volumes FUNDING MODEL Project description Deep-water port development comprising two berths: one dry bulk export berth and one breakbulk berth, supported by a 550km railway line, bulk services and associated social infrastructure. Finance The project is being developed in terms of the PPP Project Cycle in terms of the Treasury Regulation 16 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999. The development of a Northern Cape Provincial SEZ Establishment Framework will Targeted sectors Finance be used for a Special Economic Zone as economic growth Exporting bulk commodities, breakbulk and development instrument to attract new local and foreign The project is being developed in terms of the PPP Project Cycle in terms of the Treasury and container staging. Oil refinery. Ship investment. recycling. Regulation 16 of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999. The development of a Northern Cape Provincial SEZ Establishment Framework will be used for a Special Economic Zone as economic growth and development instrument to attract new local and foreign investment. Project status Project status Finalisation of phase FEL2 is planned for 31 May 2019. Business Investment value: Seaside: R4.2-billion. case and feasibility studies will be completed and submitted Finalisation of phase FEL2 is planned for 31 May 2019. Business case and feasibility Railway Boegoebaai: line from Upington Port, Rail & Infrastructure to Boegoebaai: Development studies will Project be at completed end of the and May submitted 2019. at Several end of the relevant May 2019. studies Several relevant are available studies are R12.6-billion. Project Location A total of 10 000 jobs are available for for potential investors investors study, to including study, a including transport investors a transport report investors and a port expected to be created. competitor analysis. The Boegoebaai Port, Rail & Infrastructure Development Project is situated approximately 60km report north of and Port a port competitor analysis. Nolloth and 20km south of the border between Namibia and South Africa in the Richtersveld Local Municipality area. The figure below shows the position of Boegoebaai. Project contacts Person Tel Mobile email Dept of Transport, Safety and Liaison Dept of Transport, Safety and Liaison National Dept of Transport Transnet Ports Authority TM Nelutha Consultants Mr MP Dichaba + 27 53 839 1743 082 675 1933 Lntobela@ncpg.gov.za Mr P Mguza, Project +27 53 807 4812 079 694 3254 PMguza@ncpg.gov.za Promoter Mr Clement Manyungwana +27 12 309 3408 083 679 9662 manyungc@dot.gov.za Mr H Nxumalo +27 31 361 8821 083 299 7966 Hamilton.nxumalo@transnet.net Mr P Maneza +27 53 833 1010 082 889 3685 Info@manzholdings.co.za

De Aar Logistics Hub PROJECT INFORMATION Project CAPEX Project Estimated project description De Aar Logistics Hub The Estimated development Vehicle jobs Storage be created Yard. of a Logistics Project Hub statusin the PROJECT town DESCRIPTION of De Aar that will offer CAPEX the following infrastructure to identified Estimated tenants: project freight/products by small miners and farmers • the following Container infrastructure Terminal to identified which tenants: will act Northern Cape as a Trans-Shipment Inland (Dry) Revitalize the rail line to and from De Aar Port Influence as well economic as development consolidation point Ensure creation of jobs in the area. for Vehicle freight Storage Yard. Further to the above, the Inland Dry Port will: • Agricultural Warehouse and Facilitate road to rail migration Storage Facilities Port(s) of Export • Vehicle Storage Yard. The objectives for the development specifically Influence the economic Pixley ka Seme development District Community include but are not limited to: Reducing Ensure the creation cost of moving of jobs cargo in the area. • Provide a sustainable transport Stimulating regional socio-economic development Further to the above, the Inland Dry Port will: network for the transportation of Facilitate road to rail migration freight/products by small miners to be a minimum and Port(s) farmers of R1.7 of Export billion. • Provide relief from road-based PROJECT COMMODITY MIX freight Energy market transportation segment Volume in the Commodity (mtpa) Northern Cape Container Terminal 400 000 • Agricultural Revitalise Commodities Reducing the cost rail of line 100 moving 000 to cargo and from Break-Bulk 7 000 Vehicles De Aar • Influence economic development • Ensure creation of jobs in the area. Project Sheet 21 June 2018 Centrally located hub will reduce costs. Project Sheet 21 June 2018 Owner Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison (NCDTSL) Key stakeholders Transnet, National Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, National and Provincial Treasury Transaction PROJECT INFORMATION advisor TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM) Technical Project consultants PSP Logistics, De Aar Fasken, Logistics Aurecon Hub and NAKO ILISO The project status is at Feasibility Study Stage. The next steps will be to conduct a Study Tour and Investors Project Owner status Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison Project (NCDTSL) Sheet Roadshow. Issue an RFQ in November 2018 21 June 2018 CAPEX Logistics Transnet, Hub = ~R2.5 National billion Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, National and Provincial Key stakeholders Treasury Estimated project Financial close and award estimated to be in March 2020 development Transaction start advisor date TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM) PROJECT INFORMATION Estimated Technical jobs consultants to be created 2 500 permanent PSP and 15 000 indirect jobs Project Logistics, Fasken, Aurecon and De Aar NAKO Logistics ILISO Hub Funding PROJECT model DESCRIPTION Public The Private project Partnership status is to at be Feasibility adopted. Study Multi-tiered Stage. sub The concessions Project status Owner Northern Cape Department next of steps Transport, will be Safety to conduct and Liaison a Study (NCDTSL) Tour and Investors The development of a Logistics Hub in the Roadshow. town of De Issue Aar that an will RFQ offer in November Transnet, 2018 National Department of Transport, Department of Public Enterprises, National and Provincial the following infrastructure to identified tenants: Key stakeholders Logistics Hub = ~R2.5 billion Treasury Container Terminal which will act as a Trans- Shipment Inland Transaction advisor TM and Nelutha Consulting JV (TM) (Dry) Port as well as consolidation point for Freight Financial close and award estimated to be in March 2020 development Agricultural start Warehouse date and Storage Technical Facilities consultants The project status is at Feasibility Study Stage. The next steps will be to conduct a Study Tour and Investors 2 500 permanent and 15 000 indirect jobs The objectives for the development include but are not limited to: Provide a sustainable transport network for the transportation The development of a Logistics Hub in the town of De Aar that will offer development start date Provide relief from road-based freight Estimated transportation jobs to be in created the Container Terminal which will act as a Trans- Shipment Inland (Dry) Port as well as consolidation PROJECT point DESCRIPTION for Freight Agricultural Warehouse and The Storage development Facilities of a Logistics Hub in the town of De Aar that will offer the following infrastructure to identified tenants: Container Terminal which will act as a Trans- Shipment Inland (Dry) Port as well as consolidation point for Freight The objectives for the development include but Agricultural are not Warehouse limited to: and Storage Facilities Provide Provide a more a sustainable efficient logistics transport route for network manganese Vehicle for Storage the the transportation Yard. freight/products by small miners and farmers Potential Provide of relief a Fuel, from Oil and road-based Gas storage The objectives freight facility for the development include but are not limited to: transportation in the Serving Northern transport Cape and logistics needs of the Provide Renewable a sustainable transport network for the transportation Energy market segment freight/products by small miners and farmers Revitalize the rail line to and from De Aar Economic catalyst for the Northern Cape Province Provide and relief from road-based freight transportation in the Northern Cape Revitalize the rail line to and from De Aar Optimizing the cargo distribution to the SA port Influence systemeconomic development Ensure creation of jobs in the area. The Inland PSP Logistics, Dry Fasken, Port Aurecon will: and NAKO ILISO • Facilitate road-to-rail migration Roadshow. Issue an RFQ in November 2018 • Logistics Provide Hub = ~R2.5 a more billion efficient logistics route for manganese to Financial the close Port(s) and award of Export estimated to be in March 2020 • 2 500 Potential permanent and of a 15 Fuel, 000 indirect Oil jobs and Gas storage facility • Serving the transport and logistics needs of the Renewable • Energy market segment • Economic catalyst for the Northern Cape Province and specifically the Pixley ka Seme District community • Reducing the cost of moving cargo • Optimising the cargo distribution to the SA port system • Stimulating regional socio-economic development • Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. The envisaged impact on the economy in year one of operation is estimated to be a minimum of R1.7-billion. Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. Further to the above, the Inland Dry Port will: Provide a more efficient logistics route The envisaged impact on the economy in Year 1 of Operation Facilitate for manganese to the is estimated road to rail migration Provide a more efficient logistics route for manganese to the Potential of a Fuel, Oil and Gas storage Port(s) facility of Export Potential of a Fuel, Oil and Gas storage facility Serving the transport and logistics needs of the Renewable Serving the transport and logistics needs of the Renewable Energy market segment Comment Economic catalyst for the Northern Economic Cape Province catalyst and for the Northern Cape Province and specifically the Pixley ka Seme District specifically Community the Pixley ka Seme District Community Reducing the cost of moving cargo Optimizing the cargo distribution to Optimizing the SA port the system cargo distribution to the SA port system 8 500 Vehicles Stimulating per annum regional (Base socio-economic data: 2015) development Stimulating regional socio-economic development Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. Securing a competitive advantage regionally for SA ports. The envisaged impact on the economy in Year 1 of Operation is estimated The envisaged impact on the economy to in be Year a minimum 1 of Operation of R1.7 billion. is estimated to be a minimum of R1.7 billion. PROJECT COMMODITY MIX Volume PROJECT COMMODITY MIX Commodity (mtpa) Volume Container Terminal 400 000 Commodity Comment (mtpa) Agricultural Commodities 100 000 Break-Bulk 7 000 Container Terminal 400 000 Vehicles 8 500 Vehicles per annum (Base data: 2015) Agricultural Commodities 100 000 Break-Bulk 7 000 Vehicles 8 500 Vehicles per annum (Base data: 2015) Comment Contact details: Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison | Tel: +27 53 8391743 or +27 53 8391835 Email: mdichaba@ncpg.gov.za

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