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11-12 June 2014, Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, South Africa

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THE RISE OF THE MEGA CITIES

Mega Cities mean Mega Opportunities. And Africa is where it's happening.

By 2050, seven out of 10 people will live in mega cities, with all the benefits and challenges of metro living.  And the most significant urban planning challenges revolve around infrastructure and public works, especially access to clean drinking water, adequate sanitation, reliable electricity, public transportation and healthcare.

As there is no single set of solutions for every megacity – solutions must take local conditions into accounts -- the focus of the conference is on local challenges, insights and opportunities. 

 


 

INVITED CITIES:

Maputo - Mozambique

Cape Town - South Africa

Johannesburg - South Africa

Nairobi – Kenya

Accra - Ghana

Dar es Salaam - Tanzania

Lagos - Nigeria

Lusaka – Zambia


Mega cities prioritise economic competitiveness and jobs!

New “enabling” infrastructure is a priority – future cities cannot be built on old models that do not work. Mega cities must be Smart cities.  Governments must invest in their digital economy and work with public-private partnerships to ensure they are not left behind. Many jobs will be created as Smart cities are developed.

Cities – and Mega cities – are incubators for innovation. The resource efficiency in these urban centres and their satellites could become a competitive factor in attracting domestic and foreign investment. 

Unless cities create wealth and attract investment they will not create the jobs needed for the growing urban population, nor will they attract the financial resources needed to address the huge challenges they face.

This conference will show what they need to do to secure and maintain this growth over the long term. It will show how cities create opportunities that attract investment for their development. 

 


 

 

African Energy:

African Energy Journal tracks the growth of power infrastructure on the African continent by reporting on new project development, as well as the maintenance and refurbishment of existing power plants and facilities. As the growth of Africa’s power supply will largely support or hinder the continents future development, this is an essential business intelligence resource and advertising medium for any company, or person, involved in this sector.

 

 

 

Building Africa:

Building Africa writes about the business of building. Providing operational information on building sites and opportunities, throughout Africa. Extensive travel is done to ensure accurate, up to date and useful business intelligence; that helps role-players in this industry execute their functions more effectively, is provided.

 

 

 

 Civil Engineering Contractor:

Civil Engineering Contractor tracks infrastructural development opportunities and developments in Africa. The mouthpiece of the South African Civil Engineering industry for over 30 years, this magazine has traversed boundaries in providing accurate, factual and independent information for all civil engineers involved in developing this continents infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

 Sustain

Sustain summarises the latest technologies and trends affecting sustainable development with focus on the contribution of business in general, and industry specifically towards achieving sustainable development. Importantly business opportunities emerging from the pursuit of sustainable development are highlighted.

 

 

 

 

Urban Green File:

Coined as ‘the journal for the planning professions’, Urban Green File is the publication of choice for the custodians, planners, designers and managers of the urban environment. With the current push to provide municipal services and infrastructure to South Africa’s urban population; Urban Green File is perfectly positioned to provide real time, useful business intelligence and opportunities to all involved in the planning professions.

 

 


Water Sewage & Effluent:

This magazine provides insight and understanding in the field of water provision, delivery, infrastructure and treatment. It spans the entire African continent and includes sewage and effluent treatment too. It prides itself on independent, objective and critical business intelligence that improves reader’s access to useful and valuable information.

 

 

 

 


 

 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT 

 KARLA FLETCHER: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // +27 (0)86 000 9590