Infrastructure is at the core of re-stimulating the South African economy, with South African government committing R595bn over the medium term towards infrastructure investment.
Following the recent budget speech by South African Finance Minister, Enoch Godongwana, the government is prioritising 55 new infrastructure projects with an investment value of R595 billion to boost long term economic growth. More so, spend on road infrastructure will grow from R50.4 billion in 2021/22 to R72.7 billion in 2024/25. This allocation to the South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) will go towards maintaining 22 000km of roads across the country.
Co-located with The Big 5 Construct KZN, Transport Evolution Africa Forum & Expo will give you direct access to the key authorities responsible for driving the region’s transport infrastructure projects. Engage with local and African authorities from across the continent and understand first-hand what their construction requirements are.
Export & Logistics Evolution Africa
Export & Logistics Evolution Africa is developed to recognise, promote and assist with growing export businesses and industries within Africa. This platform provides for local and international importers and exporters an opportunity to engage with both public and private sector organisations and identify inbound and outbound trade opportunities within the African region. Public and private sector organisations importing and exporting goods and services primarily from agriculture, automotive, retail, maritime, oil & gas and clothing/textiles sectors.
This event will also have a unique focus on SMME’s, emerging exporters and women owned businesses within the industry providing an opportunity to be part of this international platform. The event is powered by SAITEX which is the original multi-sector tradeshow which has been running for 27 years in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Transport CEO Forum
An exclusive gathering of African transport CEO’s. A safe space for discussion and problem solving for challenges executives face in their roles in running the ports and rail organisation within high political and economic expectations in a global competitive industry with aging or inefficient infrastructure. By invitation only.
As economic development grows and even starts to thrive on the African continent it becomes essential for infrastructure developments to keep pace. Road infrastructure is key to this economic progress and forms a necessary link to accommodate and expand trade through sea, rail and air channels. The ability of local, national and regional governments, as well as the private sector, to successfully construct and maintain roads has become paramount across the continent.
Roads Evolution provides the road construction industry in Africa with an interactive,
educational and networking platform to explore insights on the latest developments and technologies associated with the design, construction and maintenance of roads on the continent. The sessions will concentrate on new technologies as well as new projects that are the focus in the near future.