AfricaCom 2018 provides countless opportunities to meet business-ready start-ups and to explore the breakthrough innovations in Africa’s tech ecosystem.
The Port of Durban, operated by Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA), has scooped the prestigious title of Africa’s Leading Cruise Port 2018.
In a first for conferencing at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, the centre hosted “Miss Pepper”, a humanoid robot capable of detecting human emotions during the BIOMIN World Nutrition Forum 2018.
The fourth-largest provincial economy of South Africa has much to offer local and international investors.
Adoption of digitalisation and energy transition in Africa has been slow, but can leapfrog development across sectors.
The fly ash will be supplied by Eskom-owned power stations located in Mpumalanga.
This Special Economic Zone is ideally situated in relation to the SADC and offers attractive incentives for businesses in especially the renewable energy and aviation industries.
Mining Indaba recently interviewed Nichole McCulloch, MD of Women in Mining UK about her ideas on gender diversity in the industry. This is all part of our pledge to feature more female speakers on the agenda in 2019.
A sky bridge is being constructed to connect CTICC 1 and CTICC 2 and will allow for the seamless movement of delegates between the two buildings.
Ideally located for companies who wish to harness business opportunities in the manufacturing and trade of light, high-value and time-sensitive products.