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Advancing Economic Growth and Collaboration | Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube Commends Natal Portland Cement's Simuma Expansion Project

 |  Tuesday, 02 April 2024 13:41  |  Published in Office of the Premier

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube received a warm reception as she visited Natal Portland Cement's Simuma Expansion project, commencing with a groundbreaking ceremony held at the factory's plant in Port Shepstone on Tuesday, April 4, 2024.

The event marked a significant milestone for both Natal Portland Cement and the region, as the expansion project promises to bolster economic growth and development in KwaZulu-Natal. Senior officials from Natal Portland Cement welcomed Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube, showcasing their commitment to the project's success and the region's prosperity.

The Simuma Expansion project holds immense promise for the local economy, generating employment opportunities and stimulating business activity in the region. Premier Dube-Ncube's presence underscored the government's support for initiatives driving economic advancement and job creation in KwaZulu-Natal.

In her address at the groundbreaking ceremony, Premier Dube-Ncube praised Natal Portland Cement for its vision and dedication to expanding operations. She emphasized the importance of public-private partnerships in driving sustainable development and reiterated the government's commitment to creating an enabling environment for investment and growth.

The expansion project is poised to enhance Natal Portland Cement's production capacity, enabling the company to meet the growing demand for construction materials in the region and beyond. With state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology, the Simuma Expansion project aligns with global standards of efficiency and sustainability, positioning Natal Portland Cement as a leader in the cement industry.

Furthermore, the project reflects Natal Portland Cement's corporate responsibility towards environmental stewardship and community engagement. As the company expands its footprint, it remains committed to minimizing its environmental impact and fostering positive relationships with local communities.

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube delivered the keynote address saying it is going to cement economic relations between China and South Africa, which will go a long way in creating a concrete foundation for economic growth.

She said the marriage of Huaxin and Natal Portland Cement bears testimony to the cordial relationship between China and South Africa.

"When friends were few and times were hard - because of apartheid - China stood with South Africa and fought by her side to conquer apartheid," said Premier Dube-Ncube.

The Premier commended China's quest for conquest of apartheid as indicative of the profound compassion China has for the development of the deprived and downtrodden people of South Africa.

The groundbreaking ceremony was a testament to the collaborative efforts of government and private sector stakeholders in driving economic progress and prosperity in KwaZulu-Natal. Premier Dube-Ncube's presence symbolized the government's unwavering support for initiatives that promote industrial growth and job creation in the province.

As construction commences on the Simuma Expansion project, anticipation grows for the positive impact it will have on the local economy and communities. Natal Portland Cement's commitment to excellence and innovation sets a shining example for other businesses, demonstrating the potential for sustainable development through strategic investment and partnership.

The groundbreaking ceremony for Natal Portland Cement's Simuma Expansion project marked a significant step towards realizing the region's economic potential. With Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube's endorsement and the dedication of all stakeholders involved, the project is poised to drive inclusive growth and prosperity in KwaZulu-Natal for years to come.

The KwaZulu-Natal Executive Council visits eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality to engage with communities through Operation Sukuma Sakhe (OSS)

 |  Wednesday, 27 March 2024 13:11  |  Published in Office of the Premier

The KwaZulu-Natal Executive Council today, 27 March 2024 visited eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality to engage with various communities on issues of service delivery. This was done through Operation Sukuma Sakhe (OSS) Cabinet Day.

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Launches Easter Weekend Road Safety Activation and Visits Water Storage Facilities During Human Rights Commemorative Event in Mkhanyakude District

 |  Thursday, 28 March 2024 12:49  |  Published in Office of the Premier

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Nomusa Dube-Ncube led the Provincial Government Human Rights Commemoration event in Mkhanyakude District Municipality at Makhasa Stadium on Thursday, 28 March. Accompanied by MEC for Transport, Community Safety, and Liaison Sipho Hlomuka and Law Enforcement officers, she launched the Provincial Easter Weekend Road Safety Plan.

طراحی سایت آرشاوب بهینه سازی سایت سفارش سئو سفارش طراحی سایت خرید بک لینک خرید هاست خرید سرور مجازی قیمت طراحی سایت پیش فاکتور