Africa’s infrastructure gaps that are found in key infrastructure sectors such as Transportation, Energy, Water, Financial, Construction, ICT and Telecommunication, present themselves as an investment opportunity that need to be capitalise efficiently and effectively. Therefore, it is critical for African countries to make the necessary progress in addressing and closing those infrastructure gaps in order to enable economic growth and to drive productivity for the African continent, while offering investors attractive returns.
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MEC (Member of the Executive Committee)
Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure
Technical Advisor in charge of infrastructures -Cabinet of the Head of the State -Special Advisor in charge of Investment
Office of the President
DRC – DR Congo
Executive Manager: Portfolio Management Office
The Gautrain Management Agency (GMA)
Professor of Engineering & Technology Management
University of Pretoria
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