South Africa’s Minister of Electricity will be a keynote speaker at Enlit Africa

  • Join Kgosientsho “Sputla” Ramokgopa as he takes the keynote stage along with other industry leader’s at our Keynote Opening Address on 16 May at Enlit Africa.
  • This unmissable 3-day event is happening in Cape Town at the Cape Town Convention Centre, 16-18 May 2023.

Did you know? Kgosientsho Ramokgopa was the Mayor of Tshwane from 2010 to 2016 and was also a Member of the Executive Council in the Gauteng provincial government in 2019 and worked in the Presidency of South Africa  as the Head of Infrastructure from 2019 to 2023…and now this diverse South African politician is the Minister in the Presidency, responsible for Electricity.

Enlit Africa provides you with direct exposure to a diverse range of industry professionals, and new ideas and insights to power your business forward. It’s the power of conversation all in a single place.

Register as a free visitor to attend the event in Cape Town, and stand a chance to win a Complimentary Silver Delegate Pass!

What does a Silver Delegate Pass include?

  • Exclusive access to the latest industry innovation and project news
  • Invitations to unparalleled networking opportunities with your energy peers
  • Access to our CPD-accredited technical workshops
  • Business Matchmaking service
  • Lunch is included for all 3 days at the CTICC
  • Access to the Business Lounge

To stand a chance to win this incredible prize, register as a free visitor to attend Enlit Africa HERE

Competition closes at 5pm on Friday 28th April 2023. Ts and Cs apply. 

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

 

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