South Africa’s Energy Minister Will Deliver a Keynote Address at the Africa Energy Indaba in Cape Town

  • South Africa’s Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Mr Gwede Mantashe, will on Tuesday, 01 March 2022 at 9am, deliver a keynote address at the 2022 Africa Energy Indaba in Cape Town.
  • Convened under the theme “The Business Meeting of Choice for the African Energy Sector”, the African Energy Indaba will bring together various industry role players, including government, investors, industry experts, and energy users to discuss and pursue lasting solutions to enable adequate energy generation across the African continent. Across the three days, the event will host Energy Leaders from across the world and Africa, sharing their views, challenges and key insights into the future of the African energy sector over the next 25 years.
  • The Africa Energy Indaba conference  takes place as hybrid event next week from 1-3 March 2022 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre while the physical exhibition runs from 1 – 2 March at the same venue. 
  • Do not miss it, register HERE

To obtain a copy of the conference programme click HERE

Participate in 2022’s Leading African Energy event:

Enquire directly: info@energyindaba.co.za /  Learn more: africaenergyindaba.com  or call +27 (11) 4639184

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