Development and Maintenance of Critical Infrastructure in Africa (Critical Infrastruct)

Venue: Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg South Africa

Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Sep 30, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 01, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jul 15, 2008
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The European Investment Bank is to lend South Africa R8.5 billion for infrastructure and productive sector development between now and 2013 The Good News 22 January 2007

The African continent has received a cash injection for infrastructure development in preparation for the 2010 Soccer World Cup and beyond. Water & sanitation, Energy & minerals, technology, healthcare system and the transport industry are some of Africa's critical infrastructure that needs to be developed and maintained.

African Government officials and the community are working together to ensure that these resources are protected and maintained by investing large sums of money.

If these are some of the concerns that your organisation is facing, you can not afford to miss IQPC's Development and Maintenance of Critical Infrastructure in Africa conference. You will be provided with insightful information on the latest development pertaining to Africa's Critical Infrastructure.


Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg South Africa
South Africa

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Who will I meet and who is speaking? Nelisiwe Magubane, Deputy Director General: Electricity and Nuclear Energy, Department of Minerals and Energy Heidi Kruger, Head: Corporate Communications and PCNS, Board of Healthcare Funders Keith Anderson, President, ITA (Information Technology Association of SA). Yvonne Mhango, Economist:Rest of Africa Research Desk Group Economics, Standard Bank Kris Budnik, Director: Deloitte Security & Privacy, Deloitte Kerry Slatter, Process Water Specialist, Kalao Solutions Ugo Okafor, Architect: Africa, Asia and Europe Specialist