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New Special Economic Zone sparks investment

Although agriculture and mining remain the mainstays of the provincial economy, diversification and expansion through initiatives such as Special Economic Zones (SEZs) are key to the future of the centrally located province.Sectors prioritised at the Maluti-A-Phofung SEZ (which is located on South Africa’s busiest highway, the N3) include logistics, ICT, automotive, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing

Free State municipality gets Special Economic Zone

Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma will on Tuesday launch the 1038-hectare Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at the cash-strapped Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality in Harrismith, eastern Free State.Zuma will be joined by the Minister of Trade and Industry (DTI) Dr Rob Davies and his deputy, Gratitude Magwanishe, the Premier of the Free State Ace Magashule and several provincial MECs.Magashule said

Maluti-a-Phofung SEZ aims to bolster logistics efficiency along key trade routes

The R4.8-billion, 1 000 ha Maluti-a-Phofung special economic zone (SEZ) being built near Harrismith at the foothills of the northern Drakensberg mountains (also known as the Maluti mountains) will provide road and rail logistics and handling facilities for the Gauteng–Durban port corridor and link it to the Bloemfontein–Cape Town corridor.The main industries the SEZ will serve are agriculture,

SA Special Economic Zones will benefit from Investment Roadshow

Officials who participated in this week’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) Investment Roadshow to China have expressed confidence that the country’s SEZs will attract foreign direct investments as a result of the interest stimulated by the trip amongst the potential Chinese investors. The roadshow to Shanghai, which ended yesterday, was organised by the Department of Trade and Industry (the