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Infrastructure as a Driver to Economic Recovery and Growth - Hosted in Partnership With Sanral

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The Government’s Economic Reconstruction and Recovery Plan identified infrastructure development as critical in regenerating the economy.

Road infrastructure investment has a proven track record of consistently driving inclusive growth, regional economic integration, SMME development, and job creation, and empowering communities, driving mobility, and impacting the lives of every single South African citizen.

The discussion will focus on how this can aid South Africa’s post-COVID recovery. We will explore how the government, the public, and private sectors can successfully collaborate through the Sustainable Infrastructure Development System to develop innovative, sustainable infrastructure projects to provide the catalyst for economic recovery and supply the vital arteries to transport South Africa along a sustainable and inclusive economic growth path.

Join this panel discussion hosted by GIBS Faculty, Professor Adrian Saville.

Panelists confirmed:

  • Thabiso Malahleha - Head of Strategy, SANRAL
  • Vivek Mittal - CEO, Africa Infrastructure Development Association (AfiDA)
  • Miriam Altman - Commissioner, National Planning Commission; Economist; Strategist; and Change Catalyst.
  • Cyprian Marowa - Head of Coverage Infrastructure Finance, Transport, Logistics, and Water Sectors; Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited.

Date: 30 September 2021

Time: 12:00 PM

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