A Sasol petroleum plant in Sasolburg in the Vaal Triangle. Picture: LUCKY NXUMALO/SOWETAN
A Sasol petroleum plant in Sasolburg in the Vaal Triangle. Picture: LUCKY NXUMALO/SOWETAN

Nampak CEO and chairman of the Manufacturing Circle Andre de Ruyter discusses moves to revitalise manufacturing in Gauteng by making the Vaal Triangle a Special Economic Zone.

De Ruyter says the region is at risk of becoming a rust belt. 

"...If you rejuvenate the Vaal Triangle, which is on the doorstep of the biggest market in sub-Saharan Africa, Gauteng, it makes for good economics I think," says de Ruyter.

Watch the full interview with Business Day TV  below.

News Leader airs daily on Business Day TV channel 412

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