South Africa’s Minister of Transport and Namibia’s Deputy Minister of Works and Transport will be at the African Ports and Rail Evolution Forum to provide insights into the implementation of comprehensive transport policies in South Africa and Africa and gauge the future direction of ports and rail development across the African continent.

High-level speakers and confirmed delegates who will attend the conference include
top-ranking representatives from the following industry stakeholders:
  • African Infrastructure Investment Managers, South Africa
  • Caminho de Ferro de Benguela (CFB) Railway, Angola
  • Development Bank of Southern Africa, South Africa
  • Djibouti Ports and Free Zone Authority (DPFZA), Djibouti
  • eThekwini Municipality, South Africa
  • Ethiopian Railways Corporation(ERC), Ethiopia
  • Export Credit Insurance Corporation of South Africa, South Africa
  • Franki Africa, South Africa
  • Gautrain Management Agency, South Africa
  • Keller Holdings, France
  • Kenya Ports Authority, Kenya
  • Mobility Centre for Africa, South Africa
  • Namport, Namibia
  • Nigerian Port Authority, Nigeria
  • Nigerian Railway Corporation, Nigeria
  • Nigerian Shippers’ Council, Nigeria
  • Port Autonome de Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo
  • Ports Regulator of South Africa, South Africa
  • PwC, South Africa
  • Railway Safety Regulator, South Africa
  • Saab Technologies BV,The Netherlands
  • ShipNEXT, Ukraine
  • TransNamib Holdings Limited, Namibia
  • Transnet Freight Rail, South Africa
  • Transnet Group SOC, South Africa
  • Transnet National Ports Authority, South Africa
  • Transnet Port Terminals, South Africa
View the full conference programme here.
Limited seats available!

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage face to face with African legislators and key stakeholders who are shaping the future of Africa’s transport industry.

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Four reasons not to miss the conference

  1. Meet Chief Executives from dozens of African ports and rail authorities
  2. Unpack the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement and prepare for the world’s largest free trade zone
  3. Increase intra-African connectivity, integration, throughput and efficiency
  4. Propel African transport infrastructure into the 4th industrial revolution