The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) is a state owned entity formed in 1999 mandated to develop and operate the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) which is located adjacent the modern deep water port facility, Port of Ngqura-developed and owned by Transnet National Ports Authority. The CDC a... read morettracts investors from all over the world and in different business sectors through investment promotion as well as Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). COEGA INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE The Coega Industrial Development Zone (Coega IDZ), located close to the bustling Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality, is South Africa’s foremost investment hotspot for industries with a global perspective. Developed and managed by the Coega Development Corporation (CDC), this pioneering multi-billion Rand project aims to drive local and foreign direct investments in export-oriented industries - positioning South Africa as the hub for Southern African trade. The Coega IDZ, while offering global competitiveness through world-class infrastructure, tax incentives, rebates and a duty-free zone, is purpose-built for manufacturing including beneficiation of export goods, investment and local socio-economic growth - skills development and job creation. The Coega IDZ and the deepwater Port of Ngqura will remain catalysts for investment and local development.