Following further public consultation, Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa has re-published the Integrated Industry Waste Tyre Management Plan of the Recycling Economic Development Initiative of South Africa (REDISA). 1,800 jobs will be...
The Human's Settlements Directorate has recommended the development of a mixed residential scheme on Oak Road, Fairview, which will include houses, flats, doctor's rooms, a retirement village, a meeting hall and coffee shop-style cafeteria. ...
The EIA for Casa Steel Trading to build and operate a 70,000 tons a year galvanising plant in Zone 6 of the Coega IDZ has been completed and submitted to the Department of Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism. Plant construction...
The Metro's Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture Directorate is seeking to appoint a person a one-year contract to market and promote Nelson Mandela Bay as a destination for trade and investment to national and international investors,...
A Basic Assessment Report for a highway rest and service facility along the N2, 13 kilometres to the west of the N2 Gateway Project, shows that there is a need for the development. The development would include a building house, convenience store,...
The Metro is investigating a 60 megalitres-a-day desalination plant located on the coast to the west of the city. Source: Metro Minutes
An occupancy rate of 44.95% for Nelson Mandela Bay hotels was recorded for the first three months of this year. Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism said that an income of R72.3 million was generated, averaging a bed rate of R311.68.
Kevin Hustler, CEO of the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, this morning (19 July 2012) made clear the Business Chamber’s stance on the Integrated Public Transport System in Nelson Mandela Bay in a letter to members of the Nelson Mandela Bay...
The Metro has called for development proposals for the Van Stadens Wildflower Reserve, Spring Nature Reserve, and Maitlands Nature Reserve. Source: Metro Minutes
Following the weekend's rain, all five dams serving Nelson Mandela Bay are now full. The two largest dams, the Impofu and Kouga, are 106% and 104% full respectively, while the Churchill Dam is at 110% of capacity, Loerie at 104% and Groedal...
- Minister Molewa gazettes tyre recycling initiative again
- Mixed residential scheme for Oak Road, Fairview
- EIA for Casa Steel Trading to build and operate a galvanising plant in the Coega IDZ
- Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture Directorate seeking to boost investment
- Highway rest and service facility along the N2
- Metro investigating the possibility desalination plant
- 44.95% occupancy rate for Nelson Mandela Bay hotels
- Business Chamber statement: Integrated Public Transport System
- Metro calls for development proposals for NMB nature reserves
- NMB dams full