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Visit by UK Secretary of State..

UK International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, visited Cape Town yesterday. He engaged with key government and business partners on our shared South African and UK goals of accelerating trade and investment between South Africa and the UK....more

Stellenbosch ranks third in Af..

Today Wesgro CEO Tim Harris, Mayor of Stellenbosch Gesie van Deventer and Minister of Economic Opportunities Alan Winde hosted an engagement with stakeholders and press from across the Cape Winelands region to discuss opportunities for investment in ...more

[Press Release] Wesgro Halal t..

Wesgro’s International Trade Unit has assisted Western Cape Halal companies enter the Senegalese market and secure a number of lucrative trade declarations for future business in Senegal....more

Five ways Cape Town and the We..

Today Wesgro hosted an engagement with various stakeholders to set out the steps Cape Town and the Western Cape are taking to maintain investor confidence in South Africa and the region, following the recent credit ratings downgrades....more

Wesgro secures over R650 milli..

Wesgro is proud to announce that it has managed to secure R691 million in investment for the Western Cape during this financial year’s first quarter despite recent economic challenges....more

Wesgro schedules London invest..

Following today’s historic election result in the UK, Wesgro has scheduled an investor-focused event in London later this month. The event will be part of a mission, led by Western Cape Premier Helen Zille, to help shore up the investment case for So...more

The Cape will do all it can to..

Wesgro notes Stats SA’s announcement that South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate has contracted for the second consecutive quarter, resulting in a technical recession....more

Wesgro working to keep trade a..

Wesgro notes the downgrade of South Africa's credit rating to sub-investment grade or 'junk status by the ratings agency Standard & Poor's (S&P), and the fact that they cited political and policy instability as their key motivation....more