Cape property still looking vibrant

The Western Cape property sector – despite the prevailing dour economic mood – is still looking vibrant with key properties still generating attractive returns, inspirational corporate action and adventurous developments.


PROXA takes practical steps to help big business adapt to water scarcity

The drought facing the Western Cape is reaching critical levels. According to CEO at Agri Western Cape, Carl Opperman, this is the worst situation they’ve ever had to manage in his 40-year career. On 3 September, the City of Cape Town implemented Level 5 water restrictions and is poised to implement phase one of its three-part Critical Water Shortages Disaster Plan.


Manufacturing Indaba heads to the Western Cape

The 3rd Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape will be hosted in Cape Town on the 22nd November 2017.  Manufacturing is the second biggest sector in the Western Cape and contributes about 15% to the South African manufacturing sector output. The province’s agro-processing sector has shown resilience during these tough economic times, and its renewables and green tech industries have received significant investments in the past five years.

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