Dube TradePort provides a valuable platform for private sector investment Dube TradePort is in the process of building a solid foundation for its new office and retail development within the Dube City property precinct, which has already attracted some R 320 million in private investment. The construction of a 9 000 square meter double basement parking structure has begun. This is part of Dube TradePort’s strategy to attract private investment into the precinct by putting in place critical supporting infrastructure.... Read more

The importance of decisive action By Dr Bridgette Gasa: On the 8th of March 2015, City Press published an article headlined: “Is this South Africa’s dodgiest CEO?” in reference to the now former CEO of the Dube TradePort Corporation (DTPC): Ms. Saxen van Coller. This article went to great lengths in detailing a list of transgressions which, at the time, were yet to be proven.... Read more

Dube TradePort gets gold for its landscaping programme Dube TradePort’s landscaping has been recognised nationally by the South African Landscaping Institute (SALI), as Dube TradePort extended the use of indigenous and water wise plants in creating a rich and dynamic ecosystem.... Read more

Dube TradePort’s International Trade Avenue Launch Dube TradePort’s International Trade Avenue, a 3.25 km dual carriageway worth R200-million, was officially opened by the MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Mr Michael Mabuyakhulu, on 26 May 2015.... Read more

Dube Times Newsletter - April 2015 Looking back at the past financial year, Dube TradePort has made significant strides in meeting its development goals by securing a number of strategic deals that have helped us fuel investment in the economy of KwaZulu-Natal.... Read more

Dube TradePort is officially an Industrial Development Zone The official launch of the Dube TradePort Industrial Development Zone on 7 October 2014 represents a significant milestone in reaffirming Dube TradePort’s role as an engine for sustained economic growth for South Africa.... Read more

Dube TradePort… Southern Africa’s premier air logistics platform

Dube TradePort Corporation, a business entity of the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government, is charged with the responsibility to develop the province’s biggest infrastructural project. Considered one of South Africa’s top 10 investment opportunities, this officially declared Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) is geared to promote foreign and local investment.

The precinct is strategically located 30km north of the important coastal city of Durban, in KwaZulu-Natal, on South Africa’s eastern seaboard. This 2 840 hectare development is home to the state-of-the-art King Shaka International Airport and is ideally positioned 30 minutes from Africa’s busiest cargo port, Durban Harbour, and 90 minutes from Richards Bay Harbour.  Dube TradePort takes advantage of its prime location as the only facility in Africa combining an international airport, dedicated cargo terminal, warehousing, offices, retail, hotels and agriculture.

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30

Jul

2015

Dube TradePort provides a valuable platform for private sector investment

Dube TradePort is in the process of building a solid foundation for its new office and retail development within the Dube City property precinct, which has already attracted some R 320 million in private investment. The construction of a 9 000 square meter double basement parking structure has begun. This is part of Dube TradePort’s strategy to attract private investment into the precinct by putting in place critical supporting infrastructure.

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23

Jul

2015

Dube TradePort Corporation celebrates it’s ABET Class of 2014

Dube TradePort Corporation is based on the premise that basic education is important to the country’s current and future prosperity, development and growth, which is why we have introduced the ABET programme to our staff. The success of our ABET Class of 2014 shows fertility in the harvest of seeds we have sown.

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