We are excited to be partnered with The African Real Estate & Infrastructure Summit taking place on the 25 – 26 October 2017 at The Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.

Rapid urbanisation is at the top of Africa’s urban agenda. With the population expected to double by 2050, the demand for infrastructure, housing, transport and fundamental facilities is expected to increase.
This exclusive conference focussing on urban development, mobility, technology, finance and investment and housing on the African continent will see high-level delegates discuss the various challenges and opportunities within the real estate and infrastructure sectors.

Key questions that need answering are how can African cities develop to become more sustainable, resilient and inclusive centres of economic growth? And how can we foster a better understanding between public and private sectors to create more functional cities?
Download conference programme HERE

Limited seats available – Book yours HERE


Contact us to secure your delegate pass or enquire about sponsorship or exhibition options.

Stephan Herman T: +27 700 3598 | E:
Meagan Casia T: +27 21 001 3810| E:

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