Invest in South Africa
South Africa boasts a diversity of investment opportunities spread across thirteen major sectors in the nine provinces. As a potential investor, we highlight a variety of recent investments, testimonials, news articles, press releases, and a myriad of information resources in the form of publications that have been tailored for you.
Explore opportunities in key investment sectors
South Africa has analysed the investment demand side indicators and have prioritised key sectors featuring benefits in the form of supply chain, attractive policy environments, preferential market access and more.
How to invest in South Africa?
South Africa is focused on the Ease of Doing Business. With this in mind, we have taken an investor perspective to outline the key steps of the investment journey. As InvestSA, we have also indicated, on the investment journey, where we have the necessary expertise to contribute and support your investment opportunity.
THE 2022 SA INVESTMENT CONFERENCE
Cost Effective Locally Produced Ventilators
Game-Changing SA Energy Plans Afoot
We are pleased to have you attend the first ever Investment Roundtable for the SACU region, comprising of Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Namibia and South Africa, being held under the theme, “Positioning SACU as an industrial, investment, manufacturing and innovation hub for the African continent and beyond”.
26-28 August 2022 at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
26 - 28 September 2022 at CTICC, Cape Town
18 - 20 October 2022
28 - 30 October 2022 at V & A Waterfront, Cape Town
8 - 10 February 2023 at CTICC, Cape Town
InvestSA has developed publications for all their sectors that gives investors insights, essential studies and analysis into the country, markets, and opportunities. The value propositions are outlined in detail for each sector that outlines the investment potential and high growth opportunities. It has also developed the Value Proposition for South Africa as well.
Invest In Provinces
South Africa is made up of nine provinces offering a diversity of investor opportunities whether you are a potential investor or an establishment one. Some of the provinces (four) are coastal, offering ports and harbours for imports and exports but have an extensive air, road and rail infrastructure. Gauteng is the smallest province by geographical size but has the highest economic activity.
Special Economic Zones
Special Economic Zones
Special Economic Zones (SEZ’s) are geographically designated areas set aside for specific targeted economic activities. These industrial hubs are supported through special incentives and trade laws that differ from the rest of the country.