Trade Invest Africa, a division of the Department of Trade and Industry, is calling for applicants to participate on an Outward Trade and Investment Mission to Uganda which is scheduled to take place from 20 to 23 May 2019. Their objective of this mission is to increase intra-Africa bilateral trade and investment between South Africa and Uganda. This trade and investment mission is a platform for South African companies which would like to export value added products and services as well as invest in Uganda.
The closing date for receipt of application forms is 12 April 2019. All applications are to be hand delivered or couriered. No e-mailed applications will be considered.
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The MBDA is an active and highly effective Special Purpose Development Company operating within the jurisdiction of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropole aimed at project management and urban regeneration. It is managing redevelopment of a range of landmarks including Bayworld, Happy Valley and the Old Boet Erasmus Stadium.
In terms of the MOU, the MBDA has resolved to prioritise the use of advanced materials including composites in selected products falling within its mandated area and to attempt to collaborate with the composites cluster.
The MBCC, formed with the support of the Department of Trade and Industry, has as its object to support the mobilisation and advancement of the South African Composites Manufacturing! Ecosystem by linking people, enhancing skills and enterprise development, technology implementation, setting standards and the syndication of application.
The parties have resolved to enter into this Memorandum of Understanding with the purpose of adding value to the MBCC’s membership base and to assist the MBDA with its objectives by development of the composites industry through establishing a composites ecosystem in which research and development, skills development and industrialisation efforts are co-ordinated to activate and strengthen value chains that make use of non-corrosive and lightweight composites technology, but covering all non-metallic polymetric technologies including composites, plastics, elastomers, specialty coating and the like.