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Doing business in Durban Durban has been developed around a natural ocean port, which plays a key role in the city’s economy and that of South Africa. Strategic location The port of Durban is modern and wellequipped. It offers investors a range of competitive and strategic advantages. The city has emerged as the de facto coastal trade ‘gateway’ to Southern Africa. It boasts the largest port in Africa, as regards value of cargo, and is South Africa’s premier general cargo and container port. It is positioned to access international shipping links to the Americas, Europe, the Persian Gulf, South East Asia, the Pacific Rim and Australia/New Zealand and perfectly located for the transshipment of cargoes between Eastern, Middle-Eastern and Western economies. Infrastructure Durban offers established and advanced road, rail, sea, air and ICT network infrastructure.

Quality transport systems include: • Port operation facilities • Rail network – cargo and passenger • International airport with air cargo facilities • Extensive road network with national and regional linkages • Oil/petroleum pipeline to Gauteng and Free State Provinces • Gas pipeline emanating from Sasol, in Mpumalanga province. Durban provides a number of new opportunity areas for business investors, both large and small. Investment opportunities may be categorised into the following fields: • Agriculture • Property Development • Manufacturing • Knowledge Sector • Tourism • Commerce • Public-Private Partnerships.

Invest Durban, eThekwini Municipality 11th Floor, 41 Margaret Mncadi Avenue (old Vic. Embankment), Durban, 4001 South Africa Tel: +27 31 311 4227 | Email: invest@durban.gov.za a Website: www.durban.gov.za

KwaZulu-Natal Business 2018/19  

The 2018/19 edition of KwaZulu-Natal Business is the 10th issue of this highly successful publication that, since its launch in 2008, has es...

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