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V&A Waterfront reports business boom times


08 September 2019 – 00:05 By BOBBY JORDAN

Business activity at Cape Town’s Victoria and Alfred Waterfront makes up close to 2% of the Western Cape’s economy and contributes R31.5bn to GDP, according to an economic impact study released by the Waterfront this week.

Plans to develop a service industry for superyachts, continued growth of the cruise-liner terminal and hopes the visa regime will become simpler are expected to further boost growth at the iconic development…





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