Harith’s CEO Tshepo Mahloele and Business Day editor Tim Cohen discussed some topics which included the future of infrastructure in Africa, how it will develop and where will investments come from, at the Harith Business Day African Infrastructure Dialogue 2017 held in Cape Town on Friday, October 27, 2017.
Harith is the leading pan-African fund manager for infrastructure development across the continent, with offices in Johannesburg and Côte d’Ivoire. The event culminated in Harith’s 10-year anniversary dinner. At this unmissable panel discussion, some of the brightest business minds have exchanged their insights and expertise on aspects critical to the development of African infrastructure. Among them was former South African president Kgalema Motlanthe.
Other public and private sector leaders that spoke at the event were:
* Ben Leo, CEO, Fraym.io
* Funke Opeke, CEO, Main One Cable Company, Nigeria
* Daniel Matjila, CEO, Public Investment Corporation
* Paul Eardley-Taylor, head: oil & gas Southern Africa, Standard Bank
* Patrick Dlamini, CEO, Development Bank of Southern Africa
* Mike Peo, head: infrastructure, energy, telecommunications, Nedbank CIB
* Peter Maila, investment director: Africa team, CDC Group
* Sharoda Rapeti, director and Smart Cities Africa leader, Deloitte
* Mamadou Kwidjim Toure, founder and CEO, Ubuntu Group
* Tshokolo Petrus Nchocho, CEO, Land Bank
* Helen Tarnoy, MD, Aldwych International
This was a great opportunity to meet industry experts and network with delegates and speakers from across the continent.