LIM­POPO IN NUM­BERS

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R6.6bn

THE AMOUNT OF FUND­ING AP­PROVED BY THE IDC IN LIM­POPO IN THE 2015/16 FI­NAN­CIAL YEAR

R205m

THE FUND­ING AP­PROVED FOR FE­MALE-EM­POW­ERED BUSI­NESSES IN THE 2015/16 FI­NAN­CIAL YEAR

7.5%

IS THE PER­CENT­AGE OF THE TO­TAL ECO­NOMIC AC­TIV­ITY THAT LIM­POPO AC­COUNTS FOR IN THE COUN­TRY

87.3%

THE PER­CENT­AGE OF HOUSE­HOLDS WHICH HAVE AC­CESS TO ELEC­TRIC­ITY

20%

IS THE AN­NUAL PER­CENT­AGE OF GOODS AND SER­VICES COM­PA­NIES OP­ER­AT­ING IN LIM­POPO HAVE AGREED TO SOURCE FROM LO­CAL BUSI­NESSES

R38.8bn

IS THE VALUE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN EN­ERGY MET­AL­LUR­GI­CAL BASE PROJECT, WHICH WILL BE HOSTED BY THE MUSINA SPE­CIAL ECO­NOMIC ZONE

R923m

IS THE POR­TION OF THE R2.9BN AL­LO­CATED BY THE IDC NA­TION­ALLY IN THE PAST FI­NAN­CIAL YEAR TO BLACK IN­DUS­TRI­AL­ISTS

6 391

IS THE NUM­BER OF JOBS IN THE 2015/16 FI­NAN­CIAL YEAR THAT WERE CRE­ATED AND SAVED (LARGEST AMONG THE PROV­INCES)

67%

IS THE PER­CENT­AGE OF THE TOMA­TOES GROWN IN SOUTH AFRICA THAT ARE GROWN IN LIM­POPO

53

IS THE NUM­BER OF STATE-OWNED NA­TURE CONSERVANCIES WITHIN THE GOLDEN HORSE­SHOE

5.8m

THE POP­U­LA­TION OF LIM­POPO, MAK­ING IT THE FIFTH-LARGEST PROV­INCE IN THE COUN­TRY

R53m

THE FUND­ING AP­PROVED FOR YOUTH-EM­POW­ERED BUSI­NESSES IN THE 2015/16 FI­NAN­CIAL YEAR

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