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Western Cape Business 2020 edition

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A unique guide to business, investment and tourism in the Western Cape. The 2020 edition of Western Cape Business is the 13th issue of this highly successful publication that, since its launch in 2005, has established itself as the premier business and investment guide for the Western Cape. The Western Cape has several investment and business opportunities. In addition to the regular articles providing insight into each of the key economic sectors of the province, a special feature examines the water sector in the light of the drought which led to many people rethinking their approach to this vital resource. The journal contains news and information from business and investment agencies and bodies such as the Cape Chamber of Commerce, the Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum and Wesgro, the Western Cape’s dedicated tourism, trade and investment agency for the Western Cape and the City of Cape Town. Updated information on the Western Cape is also available through our monthly e-newsletter, which you can subscribe to online at, in addition to our complementary business-to-business titles that cover all nine provinces as well as our flagship South African Business title.


DISCOVER BELLVILLE Bellville has played an instrumental role in the City of Cape Town’s success story ever since it was established in 1860. Today, it is a vibrant, busy urban centre where people live, work and play every day. It’s a proven commercial engine that services businesses from multinational corporates to small- and medium-sized enterprises. It’s a centre of academic excellence and a medical hub. It’s home to Cape Town’s busiest public transport interchange. It’s culturally and socially diverse. It has a well-established existing infrastructure, including multiple fast fibre broadband networks. It’s also the place where some of South Africa’s leading musicians, artists and creative personalities launched their careers. This is Bellville. A place of potential, a place of opportunity. And it’s ripe for development. WESTERN CAPE BUSINESS 2020 32

Over 4000 small- and medium enterprises 400 000 daily commuter trips through Cape Town’s busiest transport interchange Multiple existing, fast fibre broadband networks 6 of the largest corporate headquarters 9 major educational institutions 1 GREAT Opportunity 3 major shopping centres 100 000 students More hospital beds than any other centre Arts, crafts + music 250+ Medical Practitioners The Greater Tygerberg Partnership is working to create a new reality for the city that plays such an important role in Cape Town’s broader success. We invite you to come and discover Bellville. Find out about the development opportunities. Explore what already exists here and its potential to be so much more. Find out more. Get involved. Discover Bellville. Email Visit Call +27 (0)21 823 6713 Bell Park Building Unit 3A Corner of De Lange Street & Durban Rd Bellville, 7535, South Africa 33 WESTERN CAPE BUSINESS 2020

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