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MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE.

Yes, the Cape region is considered one of the most attractive tourist hot spots in the world thanks to its blue flag beaches, fields of Fynbos and melting pot of cultures, but there's more to it. 

We’re a gateway to the rest of the continent, with Africa's market expected to grow from 1.1 billion to 2.4 billion by 2050. Our region has also welcomed 299 direct investments, attracting over US$7.6 billion worth of FDI in just under 9 years.

From our agricultural innovations and world-class infrastructure to our growing and resilient economy, Cape Town and the Western Cape boast a long list of opportunities in a variety of sectors. But, if you need more proof we have many more reasons why you should be investing in South Africa.

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Investor fact book

Our region boasts a long list of opportunities in a variety of sectors. Get all the facts, figures and findings you need to invest in Cape Town and the Western Cape.

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Invest Cape Town Booklet

Download a comprehensive showcase of high growth sectors for investment in Cape Town, enabling more enlightened business decisions.

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Central Karoo District 2018

This destination sector fact sheet provides key trade and investment related statistics for the Central Karoo. Specifically, it shows the Central Karoo’s area, employment, trade, investment and tourism trends. In addition it shows the district’s trade relations with the rest of the world.

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Success stories

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access to africa
More than the southernmost tip of Africa

Western Cape exports into Africa valued at US$3.2 billion in 2017.

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agri
More than a famous wine route

Tech is boosting our US$4 billion agricultural export economy.

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economy
More than a 7th Wonder of Nature

Africa’s 8th largest economy & over 500,000 new jobs since 2010.

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