Much needed school uniforms will be bought for 300 children from six primary schools in Nelson Mandela Bay after Chinese automotive company, First Automotive Works (FAW) donated R200 000 as part of its social upliftment project, earlier this week....
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Industrial gas company Air Products is making an impact in the Eastern Cape and creating employment and business opportunities alongside economic advantages for local industry with its R300-million investment in the province’s first air separation unit (ASU).
STUDENTS from various educational institutions from KwaZulu-Natal will take part in a five day leadership development training programme hosted by the Coega Development Corporation, from today (Monday, 30 June 2014).
The third annual Coega Youth...
The Coega DevelopmentCorporation (CDC) celebrated sustainability week by planting trees at the CDC head office in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
“As an organisation with a growing national footprint, a holistic approach towards sustainability is...
The exploitation of shale gas and the construction of Nuclear 1 at Thyspunt near Oyster Bay now appear certain following President Jacob Zuma’s State of the National Address last night
In that part of his speech devoted to the country’s energy...
The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) has reissued a call for tenders for consultancy services for the detailed design for the infrastructure development of the Motherwell Passenger Rail Corridor. Tenders for the project were called...
The First in Spec Biofuels refinery planned for Zone 7 of the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) will primarily use waste vegetable oil to produce biodiesel and, depending on the future market supply, animal fats.
The Draft Basic Assessment...
Another landmark is set to appear on the Coega horizon with the issuing of a call for tenders for the construction of the administration building for Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) at the Port of Ngqura.
TNPA says that the administration...
COEGA Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) investor First Automotive Works (FAW) South Africa is poised to create much needed job opportunities for Nelson Mandela Bay Metro residents at its newly finished plant in Zone 2 of the IDZ in Nelson Mandela Bay.
At least another R70 million will be needed to make the Nooitgedagt Low Level Scheme operational, according to the metro’s Built Environment Performance Plan for the next financial year.
The plan points out that the scheme, which is a key...
- FAW donates R200 000 to Nelson Mandela Bay schools in impoverished communities
- Eastern Cape companies benefiting from Air Products construction
- Coega's Youth Leadership Development Academy set for Kick-off in KwaZulu-Natal
- Coega's implant towards a sustainable environment
- Shale Gas and Nuclear now appear certain
- PRASA reissues call for tenders for Motherwell Rail Link
- Coega biodiesel refinery will use waste vegetable oil
- Tenders called for TNPA offices at Ngqura
- FAW Doors Soon To Open New Creating Jobs
- R70 Million Still Required Before Nooitgedagt Scheme Operational