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Monday, 21 May 2001 03:01

Prime airport land made available

HUNDREDS of hectares of prime vacant land at Cape Town International Airport (CIA) could become the catalyst for kick-starting and sustaining regional economic growth.
Tuesday, 10 April 2001 03:01

New Convention Centre for Cape Town

CAPE TOWN Planners behind the new R500m Cape Town Convention Centre, construction of which is set
Wednesday, 20 June 2001 03:01

Mother city on par with Johannesburg

CAPE TOWN When compared to Johannesburg, Cape Town is on an equal footing as a business location, and ranks "fairly well" when benchmarked internationally, according to the preliminary findings of
Wednesday, 14 March 2001 03:01

Hotel performance in the Cape

HOTELIERS across the country, and especially those in the Western Cape, will tell you that the hospitality sector is not exactly racking up record numbers, of any sort.
EXPECTATIONS in the Western Cape's manufacturing sector took a sharply negative dip in the latest survey conducted for the SA Chamber of Business (Sacob).
Friday, 07 September 2001 03:01

Economic Impact of Convention Centre

THE final results of the economic impact assessment of the Cape Town International Convention Centre show that the CTICC is to have a phenomenal impact on the provincial and national economy.
Wednesday, 23 May 2001 03:01

Cape Town tourism drive

Mother City aims to grow the number of overseas visitors to 3-million by 2010 CAPE TOWN has won global accolades as a tourist destination and is regarded as a "must-see"
Thursday, 08 March 2001 03:01

Craft industry can be boosted

THE Western Cape's craft industry could significantly boost its R100 million annual turnover and its workforce of more than 18 000 people by expanding exports to Europe and the USA, says Wesgro,
Friday, 28 September 2001 03:01

City adopts urban edge studies

THE City of Cape Town has adopted recommendations contained in three urban edge studies that define an ideal future urban development perimeter for the city.
Tuesday, 28 August 2001 03:01

Cape Town growth prospects

ECONOMIC growth in Cape Town will continue to outstrip the national average, with a growth rate of 4,4 percent per annum forecast between 2005 and 2010.

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