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South Africa

South Africa


GE has been operating in South Africa since 1898. Today, GE celebrates 120 years in the African market, with South Africa being the first overseas office outside the USA which opened in Johannesburg in that year and currently employs ~+/-600 people in businesses spanning across key sectors including power, aviation and healthcare.

GE South Africa is involved in the construction and management of the Medupi and Kusile Power stations and donated and fully kitted the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital with healthcare equipment.

We are a responsible corporate citizen with a strong commitment to contributing to South Africa’s sustainable development especially in skills and small medium enterprise development. Our commitment to Localisation focuses on expanding local supplier’s capabilities through skills development services. Post program, the overall goal is to incorporate these suppliers into the GE supply chain.



GE Aviation is a world leading provider of jet engines, components and integrated systems to airframers and operators of commercial and military aircraft, including comprehensive, global services and support for the powerplants and integrated systems we manufacture. GE and its JV engines power fleets of all major African airlines.

We are committed to providing customers with cost-effective approaches to service, developing innovative technologies and creating advancements that increase the lifecycle and fuel efficiency of engines while minimizing disruptions - ultimately keeping customers’ fleets flying and generating revenue. Backed by our global support network, our TrueChoice™ services suite includes overhaul, on-wing support, new/used parts, repair, technology upgrades, digital services, engine leasing and diagnostics.

Volunteering and CSI

Early Career Graduate Internship Programme (ECGIP) initiated a School shoe drive

For more than a century, volunteering has been a vibrant part of GE's culture, as both an individual employee activity and an organizational effort. The South African members of the Early Career Graduate Internship Programme (ECGIP) initiated a School shoe drive CSI project aimed at bridging the socio-economic challenges faced by the disadvantaged learners of Bonwelong Primary School in Tembisa by collecting over 100 school shoes in Q1.

More than 1,000 learners at Thushanang Primary School in Mpumalanga to benefit from GE school infrastructure upgrades

GE Steam Power committed R20 million towards the removal of asbestos classrooms and infrastructure upgrades to benefit over 1000 learners. The initiative, which forms part of GE’s school infrastructure upgrade project, also helps the school meet the norms and standards of the School Infrastructure Regulations. In addition to the removal of the harmful material from the building, GE also identified the need to improve the school’s facilities. This will include new ablutions, equipment for the kitchen as well as improve the outdoor recreational spaces, provide an outdoor assembly area, tuck shop and a vegetable garden.

Contact Us

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GE South Africa

130 Gazelle Avenue, Corporate ParK South

+27 11 653 8800


GE Healthcare

GE Africa Innovation Centre

60 Glenhove Road, Rosebank

+27 11 072 5000


GE Power

Building 8, 21 Woodlands Drive

Woodmead, Johannesburg

South Africa, 2191

+27 11 518 8100