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This year in the third annual Investment Conference, South Africa will be provided a platform to showcase growth, and investment prospects in an economy with vast potential and abundant resources. Investors will be afforded the unique opportunity to not just hear from, but engage with – government representatives on the progress toward political and economic renewal, strengthening the credibility of public institutions and unlocking the latent potential and innovative spirit of South Africa’s economy.

This conference will present domestic and international businesses with a portfolio of investment projects in several sectors. The Investment Conference is also a platform for information exchanges between government, local and international businesses on the country’s most exciting investment opportunities.

With a host of unique comparative advantages, the most diversified African economy, and unique features as an investment destination and trade partner, South Africa is open for business.


The South African Investment Conference builds on the success of the past two annual events and is a continuation of government’s approach to engaging with the domestic and international business community.
Rather than being a talk shop, the conference serves as a platform for:

  • Announcing bold reforms to improve the ease of doing business
  • Highlighting future growth opportunities in South Africa
  • Showcasing bankable projects that companies can consider for investment
  • Confidentiality discussing companies’ investment plans through 1-on-1 meetings
  • Delegates will also be able to meet representatives from InvestSA – the entity responsible for providing investor information, facilitation and post-establishment aftercare services.


    South Africa is one of the most sophisticated and promising emerging markets, offering a unique combination of highly developed first world economic infrastructure with a vibrant emerging market economy.

    South Africa has one of the largest economies on the African continent, accounting for approximately 16% of the continent’s GDP.

    Growing middle class, affluent consumer base, excellent returns on investment.

    Favourable cost of living, diversified culture, cuisine and sports destination all year round and a renowned hospitality sector.

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