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We are Generation Equality

Celebrating the leaders, the pioneers, and the visionaries of the Coega Development Corporation Asanda Xawuka, Telly Chauke, and Mokgaetši Sebothoma have a few things in common. They are all leaders and trendsetters...

Coega a model for job creation

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is providing a model for job creation in economically and socially distressed parts of South Africa. According to the financial year 2014/15 Annual Report, CDC...

Coega welcomes cabinet’s grant for Transnet operating license for Manganese container terminal

The Coega Development Corporation has welcomed national cabinet’s decision to issue Transnet Port Terminals with a permanent operating license for operating the manganese terminal at the Port of Ngqura. The announcement...

South Africa unpacks Coega potential

There is a lot of potential for investor growth at the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) industrial development zone (IDZ) in Eastern Cape, says Deputy Minister of Energy Thembisile Majola. In...

Heads of Diplomatic Mission positive about Coega IDZ

THE Coega Development Corporation (CDC) welcomed the South African Heads of Mission Designate led by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) accompanied by the Eastern Cape Office of the...

More than 7,000 jobs to be created by Coega

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) announced that more than an estimated 7,000 jobs will be created from the latest investor signings. This, based on CDC’s latest projections on foreign and domestic...

Ceoga hunts for automotive suppliers to set up shop in Uitenhage

The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is on the hunt for first- and second-tier suppliers in automotive manufacturing to set up shop at its Nelson Mandela Bay Logistics Park (NMBLP,) in Uitenhage,...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

By Larry Claasen Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to invest R46-billion in Cape Town by 2029. THE setting up of hyperscale data centres in South Africa...

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