The revamped Bayworld will be an edutainment facility, and include a museum, digital dome, hologram circus, interactive aquarium, sea-life sanctuary and recreational water park.
The project belongs to the Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture Directorate and is project managed by the MBDA.
The creation of the Bayworld Sanctuary and Park is currently under construction and making progress since contractors moved in earlier this year.
The board of the Mandela Bay Development Agency announces the conclusion of the recruitment process for the post, which became available in June 2022.
Mandela Bay Development Agency CEO Anele Qaba engaged with key sectors in his quest to build partnerships and collaborations.
The MBDA is marking its 20th anniversary with a programme of events showcasing its impact in regenerating urban spaces across the metro.
The first outcome of the co-operative agreement is a shared calendar of Heritage Month activities for September, culminating in a Heritage and Tourism Indaba on 29 September.
The economic impacts of investments in the lower Baakens precinct also include a R163 million rise in total household income.
The Heritage and Tourism Indaba, on 25 October, is being convened by the Mandela Bay Development Agency.
The event aimed to get role-players working together on a concrete action plan to protect and preserve heritage assets and restore Nelson Mandela Bay as a prime tourism destination.