Tshwane Automotive City
The TAC is a long term 50-year planned strategic infrastructure programme aimed
to stimulate automotive vehicle assembly and component manufacturing in the
Rosslyn region which is situated within the City of Tshwane Metropolitan
Municipality. TAC will service four (4) vehicle assemblers making it the
largest automotive city in the world. This infrastructure project will be
developed through Public and Private partnerships and the strategic goals align
with all spheres of government. The TAC development aims to emulate well
established motor cities such as Shanghai Automotive City in China, ‘The
Autostad’ in Germany and Toyota Automotive City in Japan. TAC development will
1. Logistics Node: An advanced logistics and supply chain network in partnership with Transnet
2. Commercial and Recreation Node: Retail and Shopping malls, banks and restaurants
3. Community and Civic Node: This will include residence, parks and public environment and links.
The Automotive activities in the City of Tshwane region remains one of
the priority sectors within the Gauteng and South Africa’s economy.
Potential investment into TAC is estimated at R50 Billion with the
ability to create 18 000 direct jobs across the value chain.
In the development pipeline of the TAC as part of the Commercial node,
Rosslyn Hub development has been launched with two main phases:
Phase 1: 2018-2021- R 1.6 billion
• 250 high density rental apartments.
• Crèche, primary and high school.
• Convenience shopping centre, value centre and filling station.
• Logistics park and vehicle distribution centre, with access to the new Logistics Hub
• Truck staging area and truck stop.
This is anticipated to generate 1850 direct jobs & a total of 8 500 jobs, including indirect and induced.
Phase 2: 2021-2025- R 1.4billion
• Hospital and clinic.
• Motor showrooms and motor retail.
• Regional shopping centre with a hotel and conference centre and outdoor automotive pavilion.
This is anticipated to generate 1350 direct jobs & a total of 6 500 jobs, including indirect and induced.