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Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Investment in Southern Africa and Tanzania

 

SAIIA and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) hosted a Policy Dialogue, to revisit the investment climate in Southern Africa, with a particular focus on Tanzania.

This follows on previous related work conducted last year in Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Angola and South Africa. The conference brought together all the relevant policy makers and stakeholders to discuss the current status of investment and to make sustainable policy recommendations that will help promote economic development in the region, with specific case studies from Tanzania.

The event focused on regional investment themes and trends, including:

  • Investment in infrastructure in Southern Africa;
  • Investing in energy and private sector participation in this sector;
  • Private sector’s role in developing regional value chains; and
  • Developing policy for sustainable investment.

This conference included presentations from a range of experts from these sectors, followed by respondents.

pdf Download the programme here (411 KB) . See photos from the event here.

View Asmita Parshotam's presentation – pdf Agro-processing value chains in Tanzania (362 KB)  
View Cyril Prinsloo's presentation – pdf Investment in the Energy Sector of Tanzania (494 KB)  
View Azwimpheleli Langalanga's presentation – pdf The Tanzanian Investment Regime
(383 KB)
View Chelsea Markowitz presentation – pdf Overview of trends in infrastructure investment in Tanzania (795 KB)

Event details

Date:         Tuesday, 22 November 2016
Time:        09h00 – 16h30
Enquiries: Charisma Ncube at edip@saiia.org.za
Venue:      Holiday Inn Rosebank, Johannesburg