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The Beijing Axis at Infrastructure Africa
Wednesday, 06 September 2017 02:45


The Beijing Axis team at Infrastructure Africa (L-R): Barbie Co, Director: Sales Activation; Kobus van der Wath, Founder and Group Managing Director; Haiwei Huang, Managing Director: Axis Capital Advisors; and Elvis Qu, Senior Associate.


Johannesburg, 21-22 August 2017 - The Beijing Axis attended the 6th Infrastructure Africa Business Forum on 21-22 August 2017 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. Organized by Siyenza Management, the 2-day forum brought together businesses to explore new trading opportunities, establish new business networks, develop and form partnerships and plan a way forward to address some of the continent’s requirements.


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South African Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies addressing the delegates.


Infrastructure Africa presented stakeholders with an opportunity to unpack the enormous growth potential in addressing Africa’s infrastructure needs. Africa, with a population exceeding 1 billion people is well placed as an emerging market, keen for investment and growth.


Zambian Minister of Finance Felix Mutati addressing the delegates.


South African Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies and Zambian Minister of Finance Felix Mutati kicked off the two-day business forum, which also includes panel discussions on Transboundary Infrastructure Projects, Mobilising Financial Resources & Revenue Sustainability, and Transformational Technology & Innovation in Africa.


Panel discussion on ‘China Inc in African Infrastructure: Implications and opportunity for the continent and its infrastructure players’.


The Beijing Axis attended the business forum, with Founder and Group Managing Director, Kobus van der Wath, moderating the panel discussion on ‘China Inc in African Infrastructure: Implications and opportunity for the continent and its infrastructure players’. The well-attended panel discussion drew in the lion’s share of delegates on the morning of Day 2 of the conference, as questions surrounding China’s role, opportunities and challenges in infrastructure development in Africa was passionately and articulately deliberated by panel members and the audience. The panel members consisted of: Jose Miranda, Regional Director, Rest of Africa of Aurecon; Andy Luo, General Manager, South Africa of China Harbour Engineering Co (CHEC); and, Mohammed Adam, Deputy Head: Corporate and Institutional Banking of China Construction Bank.


The panel consisted of (L-R): Kobus van der Wath, Founder and Group Managing Director of The Beijing Axis (moderator), Jose Miranda, Regional Director, Rest of Africa of Aurecon; Andy Luo, General Manager, South Africa of China Harbour Engineering Co (CHEC); and, Mohammed Adam, Deputy Head: Corporate and Institutional Banking of China Construction Bank.


Other speakers and panelists in the conference included: Dr John Tambi, NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency; Kumesh Naidoo, Development Bank of South Africa; Mike Vincent, Deloitte; and, Moeletsi Mbeki: MGM Capital Investments, among others.


Panel discussion on ‘China Inc in African Infrastructure: Implications and opportunity for the continent and its infrastructure players’.


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