Honourable President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the 80 investment pledges received at the SA Investment Conference on 24 March 2022 amounted to R332 billion. With R1.14 trillion in investments to date, this translates to 95% of the initial investment mobilisation drive target of R1.2 trillion that was set out to be achieved within a five-year period. Energy Sector
SANDTON CONVENTION CENTRE, JOHANNESBURG 24 MARCH 2022   Programme Director, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the 4th South Africa Investment Conference.   We meet at a moment when our country, like many others, is facing huge challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.   Yet it is also a moment of great
  Pretoria, 23 March 2022. President Cyril Ramaphosa will open the fourth South African Investment Conference (SAIC) on Thursday at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. In 2018 the president committed to raising R1.2 trillion in five years to boost economic growth and stimulate employment.   Since that year three investment conferences
  Pretoria, 22 March 2022. The fourth South African Investment Conference (SAIC), to be held on the 24th of March at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, aims to build on the successes of the first three such conferences. As the country has evolved because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the conference will have a hybrid
‘Now isn’t the time for pessimism’ By Jeff Radebe   Despite the geo-political tension in Eastern Europe, the global economy appears to be on a firm path to recovery after a period of turmoil caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. While some of the hardest hit economies including ours remain vulnerable, emerging green shoots in our
  Pretoria, 14 March 2022.   South Africa’s strategic position within the continental free trade area (AfCTA)adds immense value to investors who want to benefit from improved access to large markets.   This will be highlighted at the 4th South African Investment Conference (SAIC) on 24 March. Among other objectives, SAIC brings together private and
Pretoria, 14 March 2022.   Underlining the success of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s investment drive and highlighting the significance of the Africa Free Continental Trade Area (AfCTA) to the Africa’s economic growth prospects will be the background against which presidential economic envoy, Jeff Radebe, will address a business breakfast on the 16th March 2022.   The
  Pretoria, 14 March 2022. South Africa’s strategic position within the continental free trade area (AfCTA)adds immense value to investors who want to benefit from improved access to large markets.   This will be highlighted at the 4th South African Investment Conference (SAIC) on 24 March. Among other objectives, SAIC brings together private and public
  Investment target within reach; global players committed to South Africa   Pretoria, 3 March 2022. Minister of Trade, Industries and Competition, Mr Ebrahim Patel, announced that the fourth South African investment conference will be held in Johannesburg on 24th March. It is expected it will take the country close to achieving the investment target
MEDIA ADVISORY   THE FOURTH SOUTH AFRICAN INVESTMENT CONFERENCE PRESS BRIEFING   Preparations for the fourth South African Investment Conference (SAIC) scheduled for Johannesburg on 24 March 2022 have commenced. Accordingly, the Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition, Mr. Ebrahim Patel invites members of the media to a briefing at GCIS in Pretoria. The briefing