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Gauteng Capital: Johannesburg Main towns: Tshwane (including Pretoria), Ekurhuleni, Vanderbijlpark, Roodepoort Population: 13 200 300 (2015) Area: 18 178km² (1.5% of South Africa) Premier: David Makhura (ANC) Key sectors: Financial and banking, manufacturing, trade, creative industries, media. Infrastructure: OR Tambo International Airport, Gautrain, major universities and research institutions, large convention centres, FNB Stadium (Soccer City). Notable tourism assets: Cradle of Humankind, Apartheid Museum, Constitution Hill, Magaliesberg, Soweto tours, Dinokeng. Provincial government website: www.gauteng.gov.za Gauteng Growth and Development Agency: www.ggda.co.za

KwaZulu-Natal Capital: Pietermaritzburg Main towns: Durban, Newcastle, Ballito, Port Shepstone, Empangeni, Ulundi. Population: 10 919 100 (2015) Area: 125 755km² (7.7% of South Africa) Premier: Willies Mchunu (ANC) Key sectors: Chemicals, dissolving pulp manufacture, sugar, forestry, automotive, textiles and footwear, mining, oil and gas, logistics. Infrastructure: King Shaka International Airport, Dube TradePort, Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone, ports of Richards Bay and Durban, Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre Complex. Notable tourism assets: Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, the Drakensberg mountains, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, Durban beaches, South Coast, Zulu cultural heritage, historical battlefields. Provincial government website: www.kznonline.gov.za Trade & Investment KwaZulu-Natal: www.tikzn.co.za

South African Business 2019  

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