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南非总统宣布美好的造船和邮轮产业发展
南非总统宣布美好的造船和邮轮产业发展
@GovernmentZA在星期五在Ventersdorp的全国青年日纪念活动中推送了Jacob Zuma总统的这张照片。 图片:@GovernmentZA在Twitter上

@GovernmentZA在星期五在Ventersdorp的全国青年日纪念活动中推送了Jacob Zuma总统的这张照片。图片:@GovernmentZA在Twitter上

他表示,产业园将设有海洋技术开发中心,为失业青年提供培训。

夸祖鲁 - 纳塔尔省在海洋经济中的努力将在德班港湾的Bayhead建立一个数百万兰特的造船产业园。

祖马在德班的阿尔伯特·鲁丘里国际会议中心发表演讲时宣布,该项目每年可生产多达150艘船,大部分是出口的。

公园将成为现有海运工业综合体的一部分。

他说:「我们的战略计划长期以来,造船业一直被公认为刺激新投资,出口及创造就业机会。」他补充说,园区将会是“世界级的”,用于生产和修理休闲,商业船只。

他说:“这将是南部非洲唯一最大的造船设施,并将适应新兴和黑人拥有的造船公司和主要供应商。”

祖马说,公园还将设有一个海洋技术开发中心,为失业青年提供培训。

祖马的地址是向Phakisa行动的利益相关者提供的一份报告,该计划是2014年发起的一项旨在快速跟踪国家发展计划以推动增长和创造就业机会的计划。

祖马在他的妻子Thobeka Madiba-Zuma陪同下进入了会议中心的强烈掌声。包括Naledi Pandor,Edna Molewa,Joe Masangwanyi,Mmamoloko Kubayi,Mosebenzi Zwane等部长出席了会议。

祖马说,通过Phakisa行动的海洋经济部门创造了6500多个工作岗位。

“到目前为止,我们已经释放了总额达246亿兰特的投资,政府贡献达15亿兰特。”

他表示,基础设施建设是海洋经济总投资的最大贡献者,而这主要来自港口,主要是船舶制造业,水产养殖业和石油天然气行业的科学调查。

他说:“从我们自己的分析来看,海洋行业总共贡献了约4.4%的南非[国内生产总值]国内生产总值。

“当我访问德班港时,我印象深刻的是,我们正在南非造船厂建造专门的超级拖船。这是一个价值十四亿十亿的项目。这是南非在当地建造专门船只的能力和能力的示范。九艘拖船中有七艘已经建成了这个项目的一部分,已经创造了大约五百个工作岗位。

“南非海军力图建造他们的复杂和专业的水文测量船,以调查海底,投资约为十四亿十亿。

祖马列出了伊丽莎白港港口的进一步发展,例如翻新滑道和收购“对渔业产生重大影响”的船用起重机。

他在开普敦说,六千六百万Burgan燃料储存设施已经开始运作,以增加西开普省的燃料供应和能源需求,而“邮轮码头特许经营基金,设计,建造和经营已被授予V&A开普敦港海滨公司“将增加该港口的邮轮码头对接。

他说,石油和天然气近海供应基地泊位已在萨尔丹达竣工,而石油和天然气行业已经签发了14项勘探权,6项生产权和2项技术合作许可证。

祖马还表示,除了这些大型项目和事态发展外,沿南非海岸线的小港口发展也有可能带来经济机遇。

他说,在全国各地的海事相关行业都有广泛的培训计划,包括在夸祖鲁 - 纳塔尔省的18所学校进行海事学习。

“我们已经走了相当远的地方,解放了我们的海洋,为我们的人民找到经济价值和工作。祖马说,我们真的很感谢各界的贡献。


He said the park would have a marine skills development centre to provide training for unemployed youth.


KwaZulu-Natal’s drive to make waves in the ocean economy will see the establishment of a multi-million rand boat-building park at Durban Port’s Bayhead, President Jacob Zuma said on Friday.


Speaking at the Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban, Zuma announced that the R250 million project had the capacity to produce up to 150 boats annually, mostly be for export.


The park would be part of the existing maritime vessel industrial complex.


“The boat-building sector has long been recognised in our strategic plans as a major opportunity to stimulate new investment, exports and job creation,” he said, adding that the park would be “world class” and used to produce and repair leisure and commercial vessels.


“It will be the single largest boat-building facility in southern Africa and will accommodate emerging and black-owned boatbuilding companies and key suppliers,” he said.


The park would also have a marine skills development centre to provide training for unemployed youth, Zuma said.


Zuma’s address was a report back to stakeholders on Operation Phakisa, a programme launched in 2014 that seeks to fast track the National Development Plan in order to boost growth and create employment.


Zuma entered the conference centre to strong applause, accompanied by his wife Thobeka Madiba-Zuma. He was greeted by a phalanx of ministers, including Naledi Pandor, Edna Molewa, Joe Masangwanyi, Mmamoloko Kubayi, Mosebenzi Zwane and others.


Zuma said that over 6500 jobs had been created through the ocean’s economy segment of Operation Phakisa.


“Thus far we have unlocked investments totalling R24.6 billion, with a government contribution of R15 billion.”


He said that infrastructure development had been the largest contributor to the total investment in the ocean’s economy, and this came from ports, manufacturing mainly in boat building, aquaculture and scientific surveys in the oil and gas sector.


“From our own analysis, the total ocean sectors contribute approximately 4.4 percent to South Africa’s [gross domestic product] GDP, with the largest contribution coming from the value chains,” he said.


“When I visited the Port of Durban, I was impressed that we are building specialised super tugboats at Southern African Shipyards. This is a R1.4-billion project. This is a demonstration of South Africa’s capacity and capability to build specialised vessels locally. Seven of the nine tugboats have already been built as part of this project and around five hundred jobs had been created.


“The South African Navy seeks to build their complex and specialised hydrographic survey vessel to map the sea floor, an investment of approximately R1.4-billion.”


Zuma listed further developments in the Port of Port Elizabeth such as the refurbishment of the slipway and the acquisition of the boat hoist “which made a significant impact in the fishing industry”.


He said in Cape Town the R660-million Burgan Fuel Storage Facility has begun operations “to augment the fuel supply and energy demand in the Western Cape” while the “Cruise Terminal concession to fund, design, build and operate has been awarded to the V&A Waterfront Company in the Port of Cape Town” would increase cruise-liners docking in that port.


He said the oil and gas offshore supply base berth had been completed in Saldanha while 14 exploration rights, six production rights and two technical cooperation permits have been issued in the oil and gas sector.


Zuma also said that besides these mega-projects and developments, the development of small harbours along the South African coastline had potential to unlock economic opportunities.


He said there were extensive training programmes in maritime related industries taking place across the country, including maritime studies at 18 schools in KwaZulu-Natal.


“We have gone quite a distance indeed in unlocking our oceans to find economic value and jobs for our people. We truly appreciate the contribution of all sectors,” said Zuma.


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