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Manufacturing
Park Rynie lndustrial Development.
Clothing and textiles.
Furniture manufacturing and incubation.
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Craft commercialisation.
Timber processing.
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Tourism
Investigate a Special Economic Zone (EPZ),
specifically a Tourism Development Zone (TDZ).
Development of adventure tourism cluster at Oribi Gorge.
Development of a conference/convention centre.
Hotels and beachfront leisure facilities.
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Development of tourist packages for
domestic markets.
African and Asian cuisine outlets.
Horse Shoe Farm Agri-tourism.
Nature/game reserve.
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Mining
Small-scale quarrying.
Formalisation of sand-winning.
Small-scale building material mining.
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Green Economy
Bio fuels production (such as the Hans Merensky project).
Biomass production.
Green buildings, materials and construction products.
Hydropower.
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Solar energy.
Waste and wastewater management.
Water and water technologies.
Wind energy.
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Agriculture
Agri-processing linked to Dube Tradeport.
Timber beneficiation.
Transition from subsistence to commercial farming
(incl Mariculture).
Expansion of macadamia, sugarcane, timber, bananas,
and vegetable production.
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Compartmentalised cold storages.
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Food processing industry opportunities (incl.
fruits and vegetable processing and
canning industry).
Greenhouse farming of cut flowers.
Seed production and processing.
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Infrastructure Development
Port Shepstone and Scottburgh beachfront re-development.
Ugu Sports Leisure Centre.
Small craft harbour.
Margate Airport upgrade.
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Upgrade beach facilities and tidal pools.
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Margate Olympic swimming pool.
Development of a Technology Hub.

Enterprise Investment Programme

Following the July 2008 launch of the Enterprise Investment Programme (EIP) by the Minister of Trade and Industry, prospective applicants can now access the Programme Guidelines and Application Forms for the Tourism and Manufacturing sectors.

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies (MP), has approved the revised guidelines pertaining to the Enterprise Investment Programme (EIP) and its sub-programmes, the Manufacturing Investment Programme (MIP) and Tourism Support Programme (TSP). The revised guidelines will become effective and be implemented as of 5 October 2009.

This is to allow the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) sufficient time to make the necessary adaptations to its online application system. Hence, all applications submitted to and received by the dti before 5 October 2009, should comply with the original guidelines published in the Government Gazette, Vol. 517, No. 31226, dated 4 July 2008.

Manufacturing Investment Programme (MIP)

The objective of the MIP is to stimulate investment within the manufacturing industry. Qualifying investment costs would comprise machinery, equipment, land and buildings, and commercial vehicles.

Tourism Support Programme (TSP)

The objective of the TSP is to stimulate employment, broaden and expand the geographic spread of the services on offer for tourism investment.

Qualifying Marginalised Areas Advancing Spatial Economic Activity (MIP and TSP Incentives)

The Manufacturing and Tourism incentive programmes (MIP and TSP) currently stimulate industrial and tourism investment throughout the nine provinces of South Africa.

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