Tshwane in process of establishing automotive city
Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa says plans are underway to establish an automotive city in Tshwane.
PRETORIA - Tshwane Mayor Kgosientso Ramokgopa says the city is in the process of establishing the Tshwane Automotive City in Rosslyn to become the second biggest industrial space of this nature in Africa.
Ramokgopa made the announcement during his State of the City Address at Freedom Park yesterday, where he discussed the city's achievements over the last five years.
He says the role of the automotive industry in Tshwane is significant and plans are underway to establish the automotive city.
"Purchasing of land parcels to the value of R188 million. This development will take the form of long term partnership and it's aimed at establishing a second automotive city within the African continent."