Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA)
|PO Box 1042, Johannesburg, 2000
|124 Main Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 2001
|010 001 8650
The Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GGDA) was established by the Gauteng Provincial Government through its Department of Economic Development (GDED). Its objective is to spearhead and coordinate economic development efforts for the province, targeting local and international business stakeholders.
The GGDA’s purpose is to grow the economy by positioning Gauteng as a Global Competitive City Region (GCR). It aims to demonstrate thought leadership in implementing key programmes and provide support for the development of key sectors.
The GGDA’s decree is to serve as the implementation arm of the GDED and assist the department in leading, facilitating and managing sustainable job creation and inclusive economic growth and development in the GCR.
The GGDA recognises the importance of investment as a driver of job creation, skills development and firm creation for economic growth and development both within the province and throughout South Africa.
One of its key deliverables is ensuring that investors receive all the support and information that they require in order to maximise the gains from their investments.
- Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC)
- Automotive Supplier Park (ASP)
- Constitution Hill Development Company (ConHill)
- Gauteng IDZ Development Company (GIDZ)
- The Innovation Hub (TIH)