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Power, Water, Utilities

Power, Water, Utilities

Introducing this year’s keynote speakers at African Utility Week

Keynote speakers will look at the future of work and capacity building, the impact of climate change and designing a future in sync with nature.

Lesedi Nuclear Services celebrates new Gauteng offices at Africa Energy Indaba

The offices are to facilitate Lesedi’s diversification and enable the company to better service clients in the mining and minerals industry.

The Eastern Cape is tackling water shortages through new dams and improved controls

A water supply and hydro-power project is underway on the Umzimvubu River, but many challenges in the water sector provide opportunities for solution providers in the region.

Innovation and blockchain tech high on the agenda at the 10th Africa Energy Indaba

The World Energy Council will be holding a high-level Energy Leaders’ Dialogue as part of the Indaba in Johannesburg between 19 and 21 February.

African Utility Week 2018

Build partnerships at the leading power, energy and water expo in Africa. Register today for African Utility Week, 15 - 17 May 2018 at the CTICC, Cape Town, South Africa.

Only 3 weeks to go – don’t miss the upcoming events at Africa Energy...

The Africa Energy Indaba is highly relevant to companies actively involved in all areas relating to showcasing solutions for the benefit of Africa.

City of Tshwane going smart

Tshwane and the Danish city of Aarhus have established a partnership to get the most out of data and information technology.

Spintelligent events African Utility Week, Agritech Expo Zambia and Property Buyer Show winners again...

African Utility Week wins two awards including Best Overall Exhibition.

Key future trends and the way forward for women in the Africa Energy sector

The 2018 Women In Energy Conference, a dynamic interactive side event of the African Energy Indaba (AEI) will take place on the 19th February 2018 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Investment opportunities in Botswana’s infrastructure development projects

The Government of Botswana is committed to infrastructure development in key sectors of the economy and offer opportunities for investment across the spectrum.

Featured Investment Opportunities

Opportunities in the Botswana cargo, freight and logistics industry

Botswana has committed significant investment to develop new and revitalise existing transport corridors making use of road, rail, airports, dry ports and one-stop border posts.

University development: establishing East-U

Strategic partnership opportunity to develop the proposed Ekurhuleni Applied Sciences and Technology University (East-U), which is being conceptualized as a new-generation university.

Catalytic and strategic investment projects in the City of Tshwane

Tshwane lies in the northern quadrant of Gauteng and is centrally positioned on two major arteries of the Southern African region. Herewith 15 projects in this prime business region.

Featured Business Opportunity

Infrastructure priorities in Bergrivier Municipality

Infrastructure development especially around the local harbours will create future opportunities for commercial and retail businesses.

Partnering for a bright future in the City of Ekurhuleni

The City of Ekurhuleni invites all stakeholders to join hands in taking the City to new heights.

Wesgro launches plan to boost Cape economy in 2018/19

Wesgro set out how it plans to maximise opportunities for the Cape in line with its key mandates of tourism, trade, investment and film promotion.