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Black Construction / BE Professional Companies and their Participation / Transformative Prospects in the Infrastructure Sector 16th November 2017
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Innovation, Industry and Infrastructure Final Report – 31 August 2017
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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure – 31 August 2017
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Crowding in Infrastructure Investment: How can we be ‘smart catalyzers’?
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Seizing Opportunities

Black Construction / BE Professional Companies and their Participation / Transformative Prospects in the Infrastructure Sector 16th November 2017

  Part of the inclusive economic growth agenda in South Africa has been to leverage public procurement as an instrument to promote socio-economic transformation, empowerment of small enterprises, rural and township enterprises, and promotion of local industrial development. During the 2017, State of the Nation address, His Excellency President Jacob Zuma mentioned that government will[…]

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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure – 31 August 2017

To provide for the social and environmental outcomes that we need, our economy needs to be radically different.  This transformation is critical for us to remain globally competitive, to create employment, to lift people out of poverty and to reduce inequality.  We need to produce and consume different things and as a result, we need[…]

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Crowding in Infrastructure Investment: How can we be ‘smart catalyzers’?

It is common cause that South Africa’s public sector, on its own, cannot finance the infrastructure needed to fill backlogs in coverage of basic services for citizens as well as fund social and economic infrastructure to underpin growth. While infrastructure continues to be developed, this investment gap is nevertheless evident wherever one looks from roads[…]

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Seizing Opportunities

The National Development Plan and the New Growth Path both highlight the need for public and private investment in electricity, water, transport and telecommunications infrastructure in order to support economic growth and social development goals. These investments in infrastructure pipelines will remove critical bottlenecks and allow the economy and employment to grow at a more[…]

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