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The IDC has identified rural nodes and non-accommodation sub-sectors as strategic areas to facilitate job creation and grow the tourism sector, contributing to government’s goals of creating jobs by funding more viable businesses and projects.

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Economic/sectoral/industrial research undertaken by IDC's Department of Research and Information: Economic Research:Economic Overviews >> Quarterly Economic Forecasts >> Economic Trends >> Reviews of the National Budget >> Overview of SA Economy since 1994 >> Analysis of the potential impact of the United Kingdom’s exit from...

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The Industrial Development Corporation has a long track record of developing small, semi-rural areas into major towns. Now the Northern Cape is to benefit from a R3, 5-billion investment in the Kalagadi Manganese Project.The remote community of Hotazel, located in the arid Kalahari basin of...

The continent's vast natural resources provide for myriad of opportunities. The challenge lies in financing their development, enhancing productivity and improving socio-economic conditions.by Geoffrey Qhena, CEO of the Industrial Development Corporation Africa's investment and trading patterns are changing visibly. The continent's vast natural resources provide for...

The number of foreign visitors to South Africa is expected to increase in the coming years, and the Industrial Development Corporation is focusing on job creation in the tourism industry.The number of foreign tourist arrivals in South Africa is expected to increase in the coming...

From small beginnings, agro-processing company Dynamic Commodities has grown in leaps and bounds - winning several international awards along the way - with the help of the Industrial Development Corporation.From small beginnings, Dynamic Commodities has grown in leaps and bounds - winning several international awards...

With the financial support of the IDC, the new Safal Steel plant in Cato Ridge, Durban, is already nudging its short-term target of 150 000 tons a year after just a few months of operation.After just a few months of operation, the Safal Steel plant...

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