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The 4th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum The 4th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum will be hosted in Johannesburg, South Africa from the 1 - 2 September 2015 and will be host to many Project Owners / Developers from Africa who are looking for investors, financiers, partners, service providers and product suppliers to develop Infrastructure Projects across Africa and some specific to certain countries and cities. The focus areas for infrastructure development to be featured at the event include: - Addressing Africa’s infrastructure project preparation challenges - Country focus sessions on Kenya and Tanzania - Transport in Africa (air, road, rail and ports) - ICT & telecommunications - Africa’s critical energy infrastructure (energy projects – power, oil and gas) - Accelerating regional integration and access to markets - Eastern & Central Africa Transport Corridor The event will be hosting Project Owners and Developers and through a formal Business Matchmaking Programme you can meet them and conclude business. We invite you to register to attend the annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum in partnership with the NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency. Cost: ZAR7,500.00 excl VAT of 14% per delegate Contact person: Liz Hart I liz@infrastructure-africa.com I T: +27 11 463-9184 / +27 83 227 5156 To register visit: www.infrastructure-africa.com
We are interested in good and real business opportunities across AFRICA.
On the 15th & 16th October 2013 the third Clean Technology business and investment matchmaking conference for the African continent is to be held at the Killarney Country Club, Johannesburg
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Conference - Retail Banking Africa 10th - 12th July 2012. Please note that Fleming Gulf once again has organised a key conference on retail banking in South Africa. For more information please see http://www.fleminggulf.com/cms/uploads/conference/downloads/DBFC97_M.pdf The conference is at the Hyatt Regency in Johannesburg. To sign up or to get further information please call + 971 4609 1570 or email mohor.mukherjee@fleminggulf.com
What Social, Economic and Environmental issues present themselves when a new tourism project is developed in Sierra Leone?
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What business sectors are you preferably looking at and do you have certain countries in sight? Where are you based? - Ojvind Krabbe
interned for an alternative energy NGO in Ghana that made use of waste products for energy production
Are you investing, or in need of investment? - MyFlowerTrader
Adjunct Advisor to TESI_2013 (Tanzania Environmental Initiative in 2013) blog http:// TESI-2013.safecycle.net and http://twitter.com/tesi_2013
Currently developing several Waste to Energy plants in Ghana
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