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As festive decorations adorn malls, shops, street corners and even our homes, we realise that 2019 will soon belong to the past.

It has been an exciting, memorable and historic year for South Africans. In May 2019 we went to the polls to exercise our democratic right of drawing our crosses and soon thereafter welcomed the Sixth Administration in office. October and November saw Mzansi glued to the edge of their seats before the Springboks and their inspirational captain Siya Kolisi rekindled our national pride by bringing home the Webb Ellis Cup as 2019 Rugby World Cup Champions. Congratulations Boks!

At the North West Development Corporation, the year also produced a list of highlights as we passionately continued our relentless journey of realising economic development and investment growth for the North West Province.

I wish all of NWDC group’s valued stakeholders – our clients, tenants, partners, board members and staff – a blessed and restful festive season. Be safe on the roads, at your holiday destinations and at home and spare a thought and a good deed for the desolate and less-fortunate during this time.

May you embrace the blessing and privilege of loved ones, family and friends as we celebrate Christmas and ring in a new year and a brand new decade with limitless possibilities.

Tshepo Phetla
Chief Executive Officer, NWDC

 


The NWDC’s Rustenburg branch has business premises to rent that is ideal for office space or consulting rooms.

The building comprises of 328 square metres and has visitors parking in front and seven staff parking at the back with a layout of a reception area, offices, board room, kitchen and ablution facilities. It is located near the central business district in 34A Marais street.

The rental rate is R117.oo per square metre, totalling to R38 376 per month for the rent, ex Vat. Rental amount excludes municipal services.

Occupation is available from February 2020

For inquiries contact NWDC Tenant Coordinator, Itumeleng Langeni on 014 594 2570 or itumelengl@nwdc.co.za


Calling all registered exporters  – Do you manufacture, grow, produce or export:

  • Pure Sunflower Oil, A-grade; or
  • Coconuts

A call for export of sunflower oil to Senegal is included in the latest trade lead received internationally, and released by the dti.

Registered exporters who are able to supply the products listed above are encouraged to contact the NWDC’s trade office for assistance with their application.

Contact 014 594 2570  and ask to speak to Poloko, Rego or Lovemore

To access the detailed Trade Lead Bulletin documentclick here.

 

Exporters are kindly requested to respond to trade inquiries if they meet the criteria specified below:

1. South African manufacturer registered as an exporter with Customs (South African Revenue Services).

2. Export ready South African Exporter.

3. Have the capacity, resources and funds to supply the market where the lead originated from.

4. Manufacturing / exporting the exact product requested by the importer.

5. Capacity to supply the quantity requested.

If your company meets the above-mentioned criteria and is interested in supplying the product/service, please complete the Reply Form and return it to the dti and NWDC as per the email addresses supplied on the reply form.


Exporters from the North West Province with products or services applicable to the Mining Sector are invited to apply with the NWDC to participate in the 2020 edition of the Investing in African Mining Indaba.

NWDC will be applying for a dti-funded SSAS* pavilion to exhibit at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, which takes place from 3-6 February 2020 in Cape Town. The Investing in African Mining Indaba is the world’s largest mining investment event.

For the year 2020, more exhibition space is being made available within the Investment Pavilion to allow for even more junior miners and investors to participate. The main stage will once again host CEOs, ministers and maybe even presidents. Industry experts from across the value chain will tackle topics including the industry’s role in addressing climate change and decarbonisation and sustainability measures for investment in the next decade.

NWDC will be applying to the dti for SSAS funding to exhibit at this event, which will cover the following costs for North West Province companies:

  • Return flights
  • The exhibition stand
  • Accommodation
  • Costs related to the freight of the products to the trade show

Please note that NWDC’s deadline to submit all exporter documentation to the dti, is Monday 28 October 2019.

Therefore, please apply with NWDC’s Trade and Investment office as soon as possible. Contact Poloko Maphula on polokom@nwdc.co.za or contact her on 014 594 2570.

There is a limit to the number of participates for this exhibition due to project fund allocation.

For more on the indaba, visit miningindaba.com

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* SSAS – Sector Specific Assistance Scheme, by the dti.
This is an export-focused incentive that encourages industrial sectors prioritised by the dti to pursue export markets.


The NWDC (SOC) Ltd is an organisation which promotes industrialisation of the economy, attracting investments, promoting exports and overcoming the legacy of economic imbalances.

The NWDC has the following employment opportunity:

 

 

 

INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME

POSITION(S):     3 x FINANCE / ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIPS

CONTRACT:       12 MONTHS

LOCATION (S):   HEAD OFFICE, MAHIKENG

STIPEND:            R6000.00 per month

 

To be considered applicants must have the following minimum requirements:

  • Bachelor of Technology Degree (BTech) or Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Degree in Finance/Accounting. A Post Graduate qualification will be an added advantage.
  • A valid driver’s license.

Internship applicants must be younger than 35 years. Internship applicants must not have previously served as an intern in the Public Service or Private Sector.

The NWDC is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment especially in respect of race, gender and disability.

Interested qualified persons are requested to forward:

  • Curriculum vitae;
  • Relevant certified academic qualifications;
  • Endorsed academic record,
  • Identity document (ID copy), (not older than 3 months).

Submit the complete set of above-mentioned documents to:

NWDC (SOC) Ltd, P O Box 3011, Mmabatho, 2735. Applications are to be addressed for attention Ms Mmathapelo Tamako or email to recruitment@nwdc.co.za or hand-deliver to NWDC Head Office, 22 James Watt Crescent, Industrial Sites, Mahikeng.

Enquiries may be directed to Ms Mmathapelo Tamako (Snr. HR Practitioner) on 018 381 3663.

Closing date: 22 October 2019.

No late applications will be considered.

Preference will be given to North West Province residents.

No late applications will be considered.

NB: NWDC reserves the right not to appoint.




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