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MSDF 2015 REVIEW FINAL DRAFT rev 2
MSDF 2015 REVIEW FINAL DRAFT rev 2
3.18 MB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure -Urban nodes- map
MSDF Annexure -Urban nodes- map
584 KB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure -Old and New Urban edge- map
MSDF Annexure -Old and New Urban edge- map
1.94 MB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure -Industrial nodes- map
MSDF Annexure -Industrial nodes- map
219 KB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure - Hubs and integration zones- map
MSDF Annexure - Hubs and integration zones- map
559 KB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure - Draft April 2015- map
MSDF Annexure - Draft April 2015- map
1.21 MB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure - Critical Biodiversity Areas - map
MSDF Annexure - Critical Biodiversity Areas - map
1.66 MB 30 Apr 2015
MSDF Annexure - Activity and emerging corridors - map
MSDF Annexure - Activity and emerging corridors - map
232 KB 30 Apr 2015
NMB HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOMENT STRATEGY AND PLAN.pdf
The Nelson Mandela Metro Municipality, through its Trade & Investment Economic Development, Tourism & Agriculture directorate commissioned the Coega Development Corporation (CDC) to undertake a study that would result in the drafting of the NMB’s human resource development strategy and plan. The objective of the HR Development Strategy is to foster the process of building the region’s intellectual capacity and understand the skills base of the region; influence and improve international confidence and investor perceptions of the NMB economy; improve productivity; reduce unemployment and increase the number of SMMEs.
6.01 MB 16 May 2008 17 Nov 2015
Tourism Master Plan
Strategic Framework for tourism development and marketing in Nelson Mandela Bay.
2.48 MB 12 Jun 2007 8 Dec 2008
Incentives Policy
The incentive policy represents NMBMM’s intent with respect to the management of incentives as additional tool for attracting and keeping lucrative investments for the Metropole.
84 KB 7 Jun 2007
SMME Strategy
The role played by small businesses is being increasingly recognized all-over the world. The perceived potential of small businesses to create employment has caused governments in many countries to pay the small business sector more attention. Although, almost everywhere, results have not matched expectations, available evidence indicates that the sector contributes meaningfully to economic growth, social development, and employment provision.
134 KB 7 Jun 2007 17 Nov 2015