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South Africa’s Country Investment Strategy

Vision

To position South Africa as a key African investment destination of choice

ISA’s vision to place South Africa as the key African investment destination of choice is fueled by the massive potential for growth and development towards advancing the country’s future. As dynamic changes across the globe impact the social, economic and political trajectories of nations, there is growing consensus that private rather than public investment is required to generate long-term prosperity on the African continent. ISA’s vision is realised through the creation of long-term sustainable employment of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Domestic Direct Investment (DDI) as tools that can be used in stimulating much-needed economic growth and development. As such, attracting FDI and DDI constitutes an increasingly important component of national development objectives.

The Corporate Investment Schemes (CIS), aimed at creating a fully integrated and coordinated approach to investment, aligns government priorities and channels investment towards areas with the greatest growth potential supported by aptly co-ordinated incentive schemes and anchored by quality institutions.

Mission

To leverage quality Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Domestic Direct Investment (DDI) to achieve South Africa’s National Development Plan economic transformation goals of driving economic growth, increasing employment, reducing inequality and decreasing poverty; driven by quality institutions and robust economic networks

ISA’s vision to place South Africa as the key African investment destination of choice is fueled by the massive potential for growth and development towards advancing the country’s future. As dynamic changes across the globe impact the social, economic and political trajectories of nations, there is growing consensus that private rather than public investment is required to generate long-term prosperity on the African continent. ISA’s vision is realised through the creation of long-term sustainable employment of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Domestic Direct Investment (DDI) as tools that can be used in stimulating much-needed economic growth and development. As such, attracting FDI and DDI constitutes an increasingly important component of national development objectives.

The Corporate Investment Schemes (CIS), aimed at creating a fully integrated and coordinated approach to investment, aligns government priorities and channels investment towards areas with the greatest growth potential supported by aptly co-ordinated incentive schemes and anchored by quality institutions.