AerospaceCenturion Aerospace VillageThe Centurion Aerospace Village (CAV) aims to integrate the sub tiers of the local industry into the global supply chains by bringing the Aerospace industry and Defence Industry suppliers in close proximity to one another and close to Tier 1 suppliers. The CAV plans to build Landside and Airside developments catering for tenants who require airstrip services as well as general manufacturing facilities for aerospace parts. These developments are to be implemented in phases. ImplementationLandside Investment

Airside Investment
Buildings, hangars)

Tshwane Agro-processing HubThe Tshwane Economic Development Agency (TEDA) has identified a potential opportunity to establish an agro-processing hub within the confines of the City of Tshwane (CoT). The proposed facility will focus on the processing of agricultural output from the CoT and surrounding areas to produce food and beverage related products. It is anticipated that the envisaged hub will capitalise on the large tracts of available farm land in the City, and the Tshwane Fresh Produce Market, to create a facility that will lead to significant job creation and economic development within CoT. The project will focus on food and beverages categories consisting of production lines, offices, laboratory and training facilities. Business PlanningYear 1 – R4.8m

Year 2 – R7.2m

Year 3 – R8.4m
Automotive manufacturing
Bus Assembly Plant

The Bus Assembly Project entails the establish a local Bus Assembly plant, which could be a potential Bus supplier of “Low-floor City Bus”


Automotive manufacturing
Tshwane Automotive City (TAC)The TAC concept aims to assist the local automotive industry to become globally competitive by increasing locally manufactured parts and components. It also aims to boost Gauteng’s economy by ensuring transformation in the area that will entails housing, retail malls, Hotels etc. This will be achieved by attracting both foreign and local direct investment into a multi-billion-rand infrastructure programme that will transform Rosslyn and Klerksoord into the world’s largest automotive industry.
The TAC concept aims to emulate well-established automotive cities such as Shanghai Automotive City in China, Autostad in Germany and Toyota Automotive City in Japan. The TAC development will include:
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.
Master plan being completed
Bio ManufacturingAdvanced Bio-Manufacturing Industrial ParkThe project entails establishment of an advanced bio-manufacturing facility that will be accessed and utilised by specific SME’s in the Bio-economy sector. The companies located at the Bio-manufacturing park will be supported through:
• Market access opportunities through The Innovation Hub’s International Science Park community and a global network
• Business incubation support and access to subsidised manufacturing facilities Technical support through facilitating collaborations with universities in the Gauteng region
• Access to technical skills through the partnerships that The Innovation Hub has with the various Science Councils, Universities and SME’s in the region
• Access to new innovative technologies through collaborations with companies of the BioPark on the The Innovation Hub campus
Business Process OutsourcingTshwane BPO ParkThe Tshwane BPO Park represents a big opportunity to stimulate socio-economic growth in the Hammanskraal, Region 2 area. The Park is poised to become a centre of excellence for BPO in SA and will offer BPO operators modern and high quality integrated contact centre services, providing a one stop-shop approach to all BPO needs. The park will create 3300 new jobs upon completion of all the three development phases and will also be offering an Incubator and a Training Academy.ImplementationR525m

Real Estate
Rosslyn HubDevelopment of 100 hectare Mixed Use:
• Retail,
• Industrial,
• Commercial,
• Residential

development in the heart of Rosslyn, opposite Nissan, BMW & Iveco and 20 000 new houses
Retail & Ancillary – R1,5bn
Industrial & Logistics – R1bn
Solar/Parking – R200mn
Rental Housing – R100m
Real Estate

Tourism & Hospitality
African GatewayThe African Gateway project is a significant landmark of mixed-use development in the heart of Centurion. The project is strategically located on an 80-hectare land within the planned Government and Tshwane International Convention Centre (TICC) precincts. The project will also house African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN) offices and other related services such as hotelsPhase 1 under implementation
Phase at panning stage
Real Estate

West CapitalWest Capital is the City’s plan to redevelop the western part of the city over the next five to eight years. The anchor development node consists of four parcels of land estimated to be 28 hectares in total and located to the west of the CBD. The project will contribute towards catalysing activity to sustain viable communities. The West Capital Development Project, as a mixed-use development, consists of residential accommodation that will include a student village, retail and commercial components, inner city housing and healthcare facilities.Phase 1 – under implementation

Phase 2 – at planning stage
Phase 1 ( R6bn)
Real Estate
Industrial Park
Tshwane Freight Logistics HubThe projects involves the establishment one of the largest Freight Container and Automotive logistic/distribution hub, which will be located north of Tshwane at the junction of N4 and N1 at Pyramid rail facilities and will serve all major industrial sectors. It involves the development of major industrial infrastructure and will serve as a critical link for Rosslyn Industrial and Automotive Zone, link to SADC countries and South African ports.FeasibilityLand & core infrastructure – R1.5bn
Real EstateSymbio CityThe Symbio City concept entails the conversion of ten hectares of land, which surrounds and includes the manmade Centurion Lake into the vibrant mixed-use Symbio City that will link the Centurion Gautrain station with the existing Centurion Mall.PlanningR3bn
Real Estate
Tourism & Hospitality
East CapitalDevelopment of mixed use real estate, tourism attractions and facilities as well as a green industrial park, renewable energy and aquaculture projects.Planning

Integrated Public Transport NetworkThe Tshwane Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network (IRPTN) provides the City with an operational plan pertaining to the future status of the rapid transit component of the integrated public transport network. The rapid transit component of public transport comprises of Quality Bus Services, Bus Rapid Transit, Light Rail Transit, Rapid Rail (Gautrain) and Metro Rail services. The operational plan provides priorities (phasing), routes, modes, stations, operational parameters, guidelines (plans), land-use planning, and estimated costs for the future implementation of rapid public transport in the City.
Integrated Aquaculture ProjectA fish farming aquaculture project that is based on a central aquaculture farm (can be located in the vicinity of the agri hub) and a system of peripheral outlying growers/farmers
The central farm will provide fingerlings, feed and training to the outlying farmer and it will produce and supply feed, train the farmers and market the final fish products. The outlying farmers will concentrate on the “fattening” of the fish receiving the fingerlings, feed and training from the central farm.
Bronkhortspruit Dam Waterfront DevelopmentA Waterfront at Bronkhorstspruit Dam with restaurants, shops, a hotel and conference centre. Providing a relaxing environment for weekend goers, and attracting the business tourism sector from the O.R. Tambo node and also from tour operating routes.ConceptualR60m- R70m
Theme Park Edwardian StyleThe proposed theme park aims to create a similar environment in Cullinan to that of Gold Reef City, in the south of Johannesburg. The recommended theme is an Edwardian Fairground, which links to the history of Cullinan and its diamond mine in a fun and entertaining manner. The theme park needs to link to the tourism activities and attractions in Cullinan surrounding the mine, Oak Avenue, the train station and the historical town.ConceptualR400m-R450m
Ezemvelo Nature Reserve Educational Eco-Tourism ModelIt is proposed that Ezemvelo develop a unique educational eco-tourism model, as a ‘Knowledge Nature Reserve’, that offers state of the art green and environmental education while protecting a bio-diversity biome. The project requires the development and implementation of environmental and awareness programmes for schools, giving younger youth knowledge and experience in nature awareness short courses at Ezemvelo.Conceptual R10m-R20m
Cullinan Tourist Central Activity Node & Visitor Information CentreThe Tourist Central Activity Node and Visitor Centre in Cullinan provides a safe haven for tour bus groups; by providing bus parking facilities, access to tourism information and reservation facilities, the opportunity to refresh with the provision of ablution facilities and refreshment stalls. The Tourist Central Activity Node and Visitor Centre thus offers a central meeting and orientation zone for tour groups, also creating a more organised and unique environment in the historic town by removing the obstruction and inconvenience of tour busses occupying scenic space and tourist flow zones in Cullinan.ConceptualR10m-R20m
Green Industrial ParkThe Green Industrial Park will look to provide quality commercial property for a range of key green sectors, such as agriculture, recycling and green technology production. In addition, the park will cater for the development of local SMME and BEE businesses.
Business located within the Industrial Park, would have to adhere to the green building standards, and ongoing environmental regulations, (i.e. carbon emissions requirements and water management).
Plastic Waste Sorting and BeneficiationThe project will invest in, mentor and development selective BEE owned SMME companies, which operate within the plastic recycling industry.ConceptualR50m- R70m
Green HouseThe Green House intervention, aims to utilize left over heat energy from the Bio2watt bio-gas plant, in order to power a green house, specializing in high value added agricultural products.ConceptualR60m-R70m
Energy EfficiencyThe project will create an eco-friendly energy usage profile for the COT, by implementing energy efficient lighting programmes.
The energy efficiency programmes will include the retrofitting of municipal buildings and street lights, with energy efficient lights.
As a key part of the project, construction of new COT municipal buildings, will include the installation of energy efficient lighting and energy management systems
Green Energy FundCreating an eco-friendly energy usage profile for the COT, by implementing energy efficient lighting programmes.
The energy efficiency programmes will include the retrofitting of municipal buildings and street lights, with energy efficient lights.