Rosslyn Hub is strategically located opposite Nissan SA, BMW SA and Iveco on the
doorstep of 750 000 people. It will provide a new ‘town centre’ for
Rosslyn, The Orchards, Soshanguve and Ga-Rankuwa. It has strong logistic links
to the N4 highway (to Botswana and Mozambique) and the N1 highway (to
• Sector: Mixed-use development
• Location: Rosslyn, 20 km north-west of the CBD
The project consists of the following elements:
• Regional shopping mall, including an automotive interactive visitor centre and motor court
• Ancillary retail, including motor showrooms, filling stations, value shopping and convenience shopping
• Gated commercial and logistics Business Park
• Truck staging and logistics centre
• Middle-income residential development of 1 200 houses
• High-density rental units of 200 apartments
• Retail and ancillary: US$104-million
• Industrial and logistics: US$70-million
• Solar/parking: US$14-million
• Rental housing: US$7-million
The Tshwane BPO Park represents a major opportunity to stimulate socio-economic
growth in the Hammanskraal area. The park is poised to become a centre of
excellence for BPO in South Africa and will offer operators modern and
high-quality integrated contact centre services, providing a one-stop-shop
approach for all BPO needs.
Off-shoring (international business) will be a priority and the park will seek to develop niche markets that are not catered for by other South African BPO service providers. These will primarily focus on selected value-added, back-office activities.
• Sector: Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) or Global Business Services (GBS)
• Location: Hammanskraal (University of Tshwane Campus) 50 km north of the Tshwane CBD
The following underpins the rationale of the Tshwane BPO Park:
• Tshwane BPO Park: 90 km from OR Tambo International Airport and 50 km from the Pretoria CBD (therefore easily accessible by road and air)
• Sound and stable economic activity with easy access to supporting industries (IT support, retail, transport)
• Large labour pool with a concentration of skilled personnel (UNISA, University of Pretoria, Tshwane University of Technology and other higher learning institutions) – to leverage the establishment of a BPO university
• Cultural and language affinity with UK and USA markets and favourable time zones
• Opportunity for impact sourcing Project value
The project entails the development of the eastern areas of the capital city.
This will result in a dynamic mega node covering the areas of Cullinan,
Bronkhorstspruit and Rayton. The plan is to focus on developing a green belt of
industries, agricultural beneficiation and green settlements.
• Sector: Mixed use development
• Project location: The eastern quadrant of Tshwane (Pretoria),
The following investment opportunities have been identified:
• Agro-processing Hub (Agri-logistical Service Centre)
• Bronkhorstspruit Dam Waterfront Development
• Aquaculture (Integrated Fish Farm)
• Theme Park, Edwardian Style
• Ezemvelo Nature Reserve Educational Ecotourism
• Distribution and Hospitality Services
• Green Industrial Park
Total estimated investment value at $ 250 million.
The project entails 35 ha of light industrial eco-development that is centrally
located in the City of Tshwane. The greenfield site enjoys good visibility,
access to major arterial roads and passenger and goods rail from a central
location within the city. In addition, the site houses an established dam with
•Sector: Light Industrial Eco-estate
•Project location: Central, 5 km north-west of the Tshwane CBD
• Land value, zoned, under serviced: US$5.5-million
• Land value, serviced: US$18-million (initial engineering report estimates)
• Development total build out value: US$83-million (estimate)
Funding requirements & opportunities summary
• Large industrial tenant opportunities
• JV development/Partner opportunities
• Project specific equity investments
• Green/Eco-power and infrastructure partnerships
The Centurion Aerospace Village is a high-tech advanced manufacturing
aero-mechanical and defence cluster aimed at integrating sub-tier suppliers of
the local aerospace industry into the global supply chain.
•Project location: 12 km south of the Tshwane CBD Project rationale
The aerospace and defence industry will benefit from the Centurion Aerospace Village development as it will enhance the international competitiveness of the local industry with regards to local OEM representatives, OEM suppliers of components, parts and tools, as well as service providers who will all benefit from the synergy and economy of balanced applications. Project value Over $ 50 million
The Hazeldean nodal development is envisioned as a mixed-use, self-sufficient,
live, learn, grow, work and play eco-friendly suburban precinct. The development
comprises an area of 900 ha and started in 2006.
•Sector: Mixed-use Development
•Location: Pretoria East, bounding Silverlakes and the N4 Freeway 20 km east of the CBD
The project falls within the 25 km radius from the Pretoria CBD as advocated by the Metropolitan Spatial Development Framework. The rationale is to encourage high-density development in and around the nodes to take advantage of the existing services, infrastructure and job opportunities.
Opportunities within the development include:
• Residential opportunities: 11 000 dwellings (both the old and new phases)
• Developable floor Area: 1.7-million m²
• Environmental Record of Decision (ROD) issued for the entire development
• Approved condition of establishment for most of the phases of the development Project value
• Total investment of land and top structure development estimated at US$3-billion
• Public and private investors are sought for capital and operational investment for residential, commercial, industrial, education and property development.
The vision of Rainbow Junction encapsulates the delivery of a vibrant new
economic node at a premier location of 140 ha at the entrance to the capital
city, to reflect the dynamic lifestyle of the new South Africa, with a mixed-use
property development. This unique address is serviced by road, rail and
•Sector: Mixed-use development
• ocation: 6 km north of the Pretoria CBD
Project rationale The project has been identified as a priority development area focusing on:
• Developing the northern areas of the city where a large number of impoverished communities reside; and
• The need to compact the city and provide housing and employment opportunities closer to the city centre.
A number of opportunities have also been identified, including industrial and logistics developments that are enabled by road and air accessibility, residential infill and related commercial opportunities.
Project value Total capital investment of US$1.1-billion
The project requires partnership between the government and the private sector in providing the required bulk infrastructure to unlock the development.
Wonderboom Airport was established in 1936 as a training facility for World War 2
pilots and has a rich history in South African aviation. The airport currently
has national airport status and is owned and managed by the City of Tshwane
•Sector: Aviation and Aerospace •Project location: 10 km north of the Tshwane CBD
The environment where in Wonderboom Airport is located is such that the activities on the airport can be extended without damaging the nature of the environment and is ideally situated so as to be developed as a further major airport in Gauteng, supplementing the services presently available at OR Tambo International Airport and Lanseria International Airport.
Infrastructure-related investment opportunities
• The possible extension of the main runway to a minimum length of 2.7 km;
• Relocation of control tower;
• Expansion of the main terminal building;
• Development of a parking arcade, offices, conference facilities and shops typically found at an airport terminal;
• The development of aviation-related services on the available 35 ha (i.e. aircraft hangars, MRO facility, aircraft component manufactures, etc.); and
• The possible establishment of a cargo centre.
To be determined by feasibility study (underway).
Public and private investors are sought for capital and operational investment into the Wonderboom Airport.
Tshwane Automotive Special Economic Zone (TASEZ) is a shared vision of national,
provincial and local government represented by the Department of Trade, Industry
and Competition (dtic), Gauteng Department of Economic Development ( GDED) and
the City of Tshwane (CoT and the automotive industry to transform Tshwane into a
leading automotive investment destination.
The industrial business development will not be limited only to automotive related tenants but will also focus on incorporating the entire manufacturing value chain, which is instrumental in uplifting the community. This will include amongst others an incubation Centre; Township multi-hub, retail facilities, innovation and technology centre, component manufacturers, semi-knocked-down (SKD) and completely knocked-down (CKD) operations, warehouse and logistics, conference facilities, recreational use, coffee shops, restaurants, soccer fields, office use and residential buildings.
•Sector: Mixed-use development
•Project location: The Silverton/Waltloo area. The site is ideally located bordering east of Ford’s vehicle manufacturing facilities in Samcor Park, north of Alwyn Road. Alwyn Road intersects with Solomon Mahlangu Road to the east and both Simon Vermooten Road and Waltloo Road to the west.
•Approximately 6.7 Billion