African Agri Investment Indaba 2017

Online since 24.08.2017 • Filed under Conference/Event
African Agri Investment Indaba 2017

The 2017 programme brochure is now available!

The food and agribusiness sector is projected to grow from US$330 bn today to US$1 trn by 2030. African enterprises and investors need to convert this opportunity and unlock this potential for Africa to compete on the global market.

The African Agri Investment Indaba 2017, to be held on 20 - 22 November 2017 at the CTICC in Cape Town, is an important event and plays a critical role in bringing key government officials, investors and senior stakeholders across the agriculture value chain together to discuss current trends influencing investors’ confidence in African agriculture.

Over 40 private and public experts from 15 countries have confirmed to speak, including:

  • MEC Alan Winde,Western Cape Minister of Economic Opportunities, Western Cape Government, South Africa
  • Hon. Minister George Kazadi Kabongo, Minister Ministry of Agriculture, DRC
  • Hon. Willy Bett, Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries Kenya
  • Nhlanhla Nene, Resident Advisor, Thebe Investment Corporation, South Africa
  • Atsuko Toda,Director: Agricultural Finance and Rural Development, African Development Bank, Cote d’Ivoire
  • Stuart Bradley,Co-Founder and Joint Managing Partner Phatisa South Africa
  • Hon. Sebastian C. Kopulande, Member of Parliament and Chief Executive Officer, Zambian International Trade& Investment Centre, Zambia
  • Christian Dunbar, Deputy City Treasurer, City of Philadelphia, USA
  • Dr. John Purchase, Chief Executive Officer, Agricultural Business Chamber (Agbiz), South Africa
  • Jean Craven, Chief Investment Officer, Barak Fund Manager, Mauritius
  • Omri van Zyl, Chief Executive Officer, Agri SA, South Africa

Click here to view the programme.

We look forward to seeing you in November.

P.s. A limited number of sponsorship and exhibition packages are available. Contact Kevin Kyle at to discuss a bespoke package.


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