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Presidency embarks on two-day infrastructure programme to Gauteng , 30 Apr to 3 May

1 May 2021

Dr. Ramokgopa and Infrastructure South Africa Team to visit Gauteng Province

The Head of the Infrastructure and Investment Office in the Presidency, Dr. Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will lead a delegation from Infrastructure South Africa on a two-day visit to the Gauteng Province on Friday, 30 April 2021 and 3 May 2021.

The visit is part of a broader initiative to engage more intimately with Provinces on their infrastructure build programmes with the aim of finding clear areas of collaboration and synergies. Part of the two-day visit will entail site visits to catalytic infrastructure projects.

Investment in Infrastructure is part of the overall Economic Recovery Plan of Government to create employment opportunities across various sector and surrounding communities.

Members of the media are invited to attend the project site visits.

Media programme: 03 May 2021
09h00 Delegation arrives at the Provincial Command Centre (2 Vinton Road, Ormonde, Johannesburg)

09h00-09:30 Travel to West Rand Mega Park
09:30-10h00 View Mega Park site, Study Drawings and Engage with the Private Sector Developer
10h00 -10h05 Travel to Bokamoso Ba Rona Site
10h05-10h45 Designated area for Bokomoso Ba Rona agro-processing mega project  and wider  N12 corridor (with key private sector partners)
10h45 – 11h30 Travel To Lanseria Node
11h30 – 12h00 Lanseria Node Tour supported by Master Plan Developers

12h00-12h45 Lunch Break

12h45-13h30 Travel to Tshwane SEZ
13h30 – 14h30 Tour Tshwane SEZ site  
14h30 – 15:15 Travel to OR Tambo industrial Precinct
15h15– 16h00 OR Tambo industrial Precinct (GIDZ)
16h00 – 17h00 Travel to Tambo Springs Site
17h00 – 17h30 View Tambo Springs Site, Study Drawing and engage with the private sector developer
17h30 – 18:15 Travel back to Provincial Command Centre

Media enquiries:
Nombulelo Nyathela
Cell: 060 503 4933

 

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