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Heijmans and the Directorate-General for Public Works and Water Management reached financial close for the widening and maintenance of the A12 Veenendaal - Ede - Grijsoord on 25 September. The DBFM (Design Build Finance Maintain) contract comprises the widening of the A12 between Ede and Grijsoord from 2 x 2 to 2 x 3 lanes and the maintenance of the stretch Veenendaal - Ede - Grijsoord for a period of 16 years after making available.

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Accounting firm Mazars and Dutch management consulting firm Berenschot will open a joint venture (JV) office in South Africa next week. The new office – called 'Mazars Berenschot South Africa’ – will deliver management consulting services to public and private organisations in the region. 

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 The department of Trade and Industry will be taking part in various exhibitions at the mining Indaba, Cape Town, from 2 - 5 February 2015. The DTI invites manufacturers and registered exporters to take part in this International trade show.

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From Monday 07 till Friday 11 July 2014, on behalf of RVO and Netherlands Embassy in Pretoria SANEC will facilitate the transport & logistics component of the upcoming Economic Mission to South Africa with the Dutch Minister Ploumen . 

Companies in the field of Infrastructure, Transport, Logistics, Water, Energy, Urban Development are invited to join this mission.

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The Gauteng Investment Centre (GIC) was officially launched in Johannesburg yesterday with the intention to make it easier for investors to do business in the province. The centre, which will be based in Sandton was launched by Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane together with the MEC of Economic Development, Mxolisi Xayiya.

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The Private Sector Investment Programme (PSI) encourages companies to invest in a long-term relationship with their local partner in o.a. Southern African countries. The last PSI call ever is now open and will close 10 March 2014.
PSI stimulates innovative pilot investments, with the ultimate goal of strengthening the local economy of the recipient country. At the picture you see a training of local farmers in SA (a social project within the scope of PSI). 
If you are planning a joint investment with a Southern African company, continue reading!

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Johannesburg, 4 December – The Southern African Netherlands Chamber of Commerce (SANEC) and the Limpopo Economic Development Agency (LEDA) have signed an agreement in which SANEC is appointed to represent the agency in both South Africa and the Netherlands. The new agreement addresses a variety of activities that promote Limpopo, provide access to the Netherlands, and attract Dutch investors to the Limpopo province.

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Last week the Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry from Namibia, Honerable Tjekero Tweya, visited the SANEC office in The Hague. The Namibian Ministry of Trade and Industry is committed to stimulating economic growth and employment and to establish Namibia as a gateway location in the Southern African Region.

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Our monthly digital newsletter informs you about what is happening, current events, trade missions, cultural developments and business related news. It keeps you up-to-date and is our channel to invite you to register for various relevant events in both the Netherlands, Southern Africa and possibly even between continents using video facilities.

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SANEC is pleased to announce that the production of the 18th annual publication of our Business Directory is about to begin. For almost two decades, the Business Directory has become an invaluable tool in enabling the members of our network to not only succeed in the international market, but to shine as well. The theme of this years edition will be Crossing Borders!

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Do you want to be part of the First African Maritime Indaba from the 24th till the 25th of October? You can still register by following this link! With a wide range of maritime and trade experts and industry leaders attending, you could be part of Africa's first such event focussed on maritime trade. 

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