TEDA recently hosted the European Automotive webinar as part of our effort to keep Tshwane in the radar of potential investors in an era of covid-19. The online event presented the city’s investment opportunities to
potential investors in the European automotive sector. See link below to the recorded webinar.
Following an update from the Minister of Tourism on the COVID-19 alert level 3 risk-adjusted strategy tourism sector response measures and directions, the Tshwane Economic Development Agency (TEDA) has held its first
webinar on 2 June 2020 with Tshwane tourism industry stakeholders to start mapping a way forward as the sector gradually opens.
The Audit General once again gave TEDA a clean bill of health for the 2018/19 financial year. This clean audit opinion is a third in a row for TEDA without any repeat findings. The entity received clean audits for 2016/17
and 2017/18 financial years. The CEO of TEDA, Mr Solly Mogaladi intimated that the positive audit opinion highlights the culture of excellence that permeates the organisation and commitment of the Board, management
and staff to good corporate governance.
It’s all systems go for the inaugural Tshwane Trade and Investment Summit (TTIS 2019), this according to City of Tshwane Mayor, Cllr Stevens Mokgalapa when he addressed media and business leaders at the CSIR this afternoon.
The Tshwane Trade and Investment Summit 2019 (TTIS 2019), which will be held on 17 and 18 September 2019 at the CSIR Convention Centre in Pretoria, is a meeting of minds from policymakers, business and experts,
to promote the City of Tshwane as a preferred destination for the inflow of domestic and foreign investments. It is an effort to meet the bold R10 billion investment target that the City set itself to achieve by
the end of this term and is aligned to the National Development Plan and build-up to the upcoming Presidential Investment Conference on 7-8 November 2019.
Ten Tshwane based SMMEs will showcase their wares and business acumen at this years’ Tshwane Trade and Investment Summit (TTIS 2019). This bold move to incorporate small business to the Summit is inspired by the sentiment
that SMMEs can be the backbone of any economy and the main driver of economic growth, given the right economic policies.
TOver 350 local and international key decision makers, renowned experts, developers and captains of industry converged today at the CSIR Convention Centre in Pretoria for the 2019 Tshwane Trade and Investment Summit.
Powered by the City of Tshwane and the Tshwane Economic Development Agency (TEDA), the Summit aims to promote the City of Tshwane as a preferred destination for the inflow of domestic and foreign investments.
It will look at how business, government and labour can partner for development to create an investor friendly city, that delivers economic growth and job creation for the benefit of the residents of the City of
The NAACAM Show welcomes all stakeholders in the automotive value chain, including non-NAACAM members. It is endorsed by the local vehicle manufacturers, through the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers
of South Africa (NAAMSA), Automotive Supply Chain Competitiveness Initiative (ASCCI), Department of Trade and Industry (dti), National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) and the Durban Automotive Cluster
Today in Pretoria, Nils Flaatten - the non-executive Chairperson of the Tshwane Economic Development Agency (TEDA), which is a municipal entity of the City of Tshwane, announced that the economic development agency
had secured committed investment projects to the value R3.6 billion for the 2017/18 financial year. In addition, the entity again achieved a clean audit from the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA).
The Executive Mayor of Tshwane, Cllr Kgosientso Ramokgopa used the media and partners’ breakfast of the Tshwane International Trade and Infrastructure Investment Conference (TITIIC) to call for partnership between
business and the City of Tshwane. The mayor highlighted that this cooperation is important in that the state alone cannot resolve challenges faced by society. He said it was important for the state to deliver on
basic services and infrastructure which was an enabler for growth.