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The Gauteng Province is hosting the second infrastructure investment conference. This province wide initiative focuses on promoting infrastructure investment and development within the Gauteng City Region. 

If you have a vested interest in infrastructure development, you need to attend this conference. From property development to financing, across the infrastructure supply chain – as an executive with an infrastructure responsibility, you cannot afford to miss this conference.

Join the Gauteng Provincial government as we elaborate on the infrastructure plans, projects development, infrastructure best practice as well as infrastructure development across Africa.

 

6 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

  1.     360 Degree view of all the infrastructure projects currently in the Gauteng City Region (GCR)
  2.     Business match-making sessions
  3.  HOT OFF THE PRESS! Announcements on upcoming new projects
  4.   Identify infrastructure investment and networking opportunities
  5.   Opportunities for Intra-Africa trade and their impact on infrastructure
  6.   Understanding the Gauteng Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan Framework

 

RSVP no later than 30 June 2017 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Premier Mr David Makhura

 

We will roll out the R42 billion infrastructure budget over the next three years, we need more sustainable and more transformative so that they can contribute to industrialisation and local manufacturing initiatives. Our infrastructure investment must support the priority economic sectors and help to redress spatial imbalances in the five corridors to spread the benefits of re-industrialisation, employment and empowerment equitably across Gauteng” 

Premier David Makhura, 2017 State of the Province address.

JHB Ciry Sunset Pano

The development of infrastructure is essential for the creation of a healthy, happy and thriving economic climate in communities. Future endorsements, successes and the enhancement of sustainable development rely on an efficient infrastructure programme within any given country. Particularly in developing countries such as South Africa, the planning, design and construction of sustainable infrastructure is of vital importance – how else are we to connect and grow as a nation? “(The Role of Infrastructure in a Sustainable Society, Green Business Journal 9 (2013))"

 

The Role of Infrastructure in a Sustainable Society, Green Business Journal 9 (2013)


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