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The conference brings together decision makers from Europe and Africa to discuss latest developments affecting Africa’s investment landscape.
The other speakers include the Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini, Chris Hart, the chief economist for Investment Solutions and Vassi Naidoo, the vice chairman of Deloitte and Dr Iqbal Surve, the chairman of Sekunjalo Investments.
Topics to be discussed include Investment opportunities in solar power; South Africa as a gateway to Africa and the African diaspora as a source of investment capital for Africa.
In a statement, the organisers of the conference said ,“ Africa, particularly the sub region, is now achieving economic levels of activity that can no longer be dismissed as insignificant in global terms.”
The statement added that African markets which were recently thought to be too small were now reaching respectable levels in global terms and it is now imperative to look at the region with respect.
In a recent editorial, The Economist, the respected London based business and finance magazine declared, ”The world’s centre for economic activity is shifting towards emerging markets.”