An expanded Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has helped the world’s largest Africa-focused technology, media and telecoms event become even bigger.
This excellent news demonstrates that there is confidence in the Western Cape’s economy, and that investors at home and abroad continue to view the Cape as an important business partner.
In a fast moving and evolving industry, staying up to date is crucial and standing still is not an option.
Lesedi Nuclear Services is a leading EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) company with extensive experience in the execution of turnkey engineering projects, in both nuclear and conventional environments.
Covering everything from Blockchain and IoT to e-health and rural connectivity, AfricaCom 2017 was a learning experience that united the entire digital ecosystem.
As the world looks to Africa as a solution to global food security concerns, the continents’ agri sector is fast becoming the panacea of the investment world, especially with the recent decline in commodity investment returns.
Video interview with Deputy Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams who delivered a ‘Visions For Africa’ Keynote Address at AfricaCom 2017.
Projected attendance is currently estimated to be over 220 mining companies, including 160 plus junior mines.
Join us in Cape Town this December for Africa’s leading Fintech event, 7 - 8 December 2017 at The Westin, Cape Town.
Taking action now could make 2017 easier and see you benefiting from the changes in 2018 and years after.