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Northern Cape Investment Prospectus 2021

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NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE KEY STATISTICS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) ALL FDI INTO NORTHERN CAPE / JANUARY 2008 TO SEPTEMBER 2019 INVESTING COMPANY SOURCE COUNTRY CAPITAL INVESTMENT SECTOR Enel Green Power BlueRock Diamonds Vedanta Zinc International Vedanta Zinc International Abengoa Lekela Power Longyuan SA Enel Green Power Interalloys Enel Green Power ACWA Power International Engie (GDF SUEZ) (Gaz de France) Sonnedix Solar Sesa Sterlite Enel Green Power Sunpower Mainstream Renewable Power Acciona ACWA Power International Scatec Solar Globeleq Generation Gestamp Group Building Energy Powerway Renewable Energy Abengoa Abengoa Anglo American Scatec Solar SolarReserve David Brown Group Building Energy Diana Group (Groupe Diana) Building Energy Jupiter Mines Rockwell Diamonds BHP Billiton BHP Billiton Italy United Kingdom United Kingdom United Kingdom Spain Ireland China Italy United Kingdom Italy Saudi Arabia France Netherlands United Kingdom Italy France Ireland Spain Saudi Arabia Norway United Kingdom Spain Italy China Spain Spain United Kingdom Norway United States United Kingdom Italy France Italy Australia Canada Australia Australia 3.2 bn 17 m 11.5 bn 9.3 bn 2.6 bn 2.6 bn 2.6 bn 2.6 bn 719 m 2.6 bn 17.2 bn 2.6 bn 2.6 bn 9.0 bn 2.6 bn 2.8 bn 2.6 bn 2.6 bn 4.4 bn 2.8 bn 2.6 bn 2.3 bn 2.6 bn 100 m 2.5 bn 12.8 bn 14.3 bn 3.7 bn 4.3 bn 71 m 2.6 bn 486 m 2.6 bn 2.6 bn 93 m 532 m 273 m Renewable energy Minerals Metals Coal, oil & gas Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Metals Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Metals Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Renewable energy Metals Renewable energy Renewable energy Metals Renewable energy Renewable energy Industrial equipment Renewable energy Chemicals Renewable energy Minerals Minerals Metals Metals Source: FDI Intelligence, from the Financial Times Ltd 2019 - All Capex figures shown in the table are in ZAR - South Africa Rand millions 06

ACCESS TO INTERNATIONAL MARKETS South Africa has signed multiple free-trade and bilateral agreements: see for more information. SOUTHERN AFRICAN CUSTOMS UNION (SACU): Customs Union (South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland) SOUTH AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY (SADC): Free Trade Agreement (Angola, Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe) SACU-EUROPEAN FREE TRADE ASSOCIATION (EFTA) AGREEMENT: Provisionally applied Free Trade Agreement (All SACU countries and individual EFTA members) SACU-SOUTHERN COMMON MARKET (MERCOSUR): Preferential Trade Agreement (SACU; Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay) AFRICAN GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY ACT (AGOA): Preferential Trade Agreement (USA; 39 Sub-Saharan African countries, (incl SA) TRIPARTITE FREE TRADE AGREEMENT: Free Trade Agreement (member states of SADC , East African Community and Common Markets for Eastern and Southern Africa) ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN SADC EPA STATES, THE EUROPEAN UNION AND MEMBER STATES: Economic Partnership Agreement (South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Swaziland, Lesotho, Mozambique – SADC EPA; and the EU) GENERALISED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES (GSP): Unilateral preferences under the World Trade Organization (South Africa; EU, Norway, Switzerland, Russia, Turkey, USA, Canada, Japan) FRIENDLY COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN HUNAN PROVINCE OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA AND THE NORTHERN CAPE: A Friendly Cooperation Agreement was signed in September 2015 to promote substantial exchanges and cooperation in the field of commerce and trade, agriculture, culture and tourism s TWINNING AGREEMENT BETWEEN KHARAS REGIONAL COUNCIL OF NAMIBIA AND THE NORTHERN CAPE: Signed in September 1999 to lay the foundation for cooperation and economic development. Focus areas are: Environment, Tourism and Conservation; Agriculture and Water Affairs; Mining; Fisheries and Aquaculture; Basic Education, Youth, Sport, Arts and Culture; Tertiary Education; Safety and Security 07

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