Gauteng is as rich in history as it is in minerals and other natural resources and it has evolved to become the economic hub of the African continent. The provincial economy is the one of the leading economies in Africa, accounting for 10 percent of the continent’s gross domestic product (GDP). Although, in area, Gauteng is the smallest province in South Africa, it remains a leader across the board: it hosts the headquarters of South Africa’s top four banks as well as the headquarters of many local and multinational commercial, industrial and mining companies; and three of South Africa’s six metropolitan municipalities are located within the province.
Welcome to Gauteng – Home for Smart Opportunity Development
The provincial economy is open and internationally competitive, and has much to offer to companies and investors alike. The province is home to a first-class stock exchange, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), and there is much scope to initiate or expand mutually beneficial public-private partnerships with large and small businesses, entrepreneurs and developers.