The African economy has undergone fundamental changes over the last decade. Growth in investor interest is driven by strong economic growth, rising foreign exchange reserves, quality and cost competitiveness and encouraging Government policy-making. The strong level of economic growth achieved in Africa in recent years has led to an expansion of industry, commerce and per capita income. This in turn has fuelled demand for infrastructure services including energy, transportation, ICT, water supply, growing agriculture and urban infrastructure.
Partnerships in Africa will pave the way for development and this annual conference will bring together Africa’s most senior business leaders, policy makers, regulators and media to advance debate and champion delivery of Africa’s critical infrastructure requirements, while providing expert advise on the current state of infrastructure and the anticipated impact of future development.
The Infrastructure Africa event, comprises of a two-day high-level conference, Ministerial Infrastructure and Development Roundtable discussion and the official Gauteng Infrastructure projects workshop.