The inaugural annual City Development convention affords an all-round viable turnkey platform for city development, economic growth and job creation.

We will address development issues and challenges, strategic solutions, investment strategies and pertinent case studies in city planning, infrastructure development and city management.

Subsequent to success of previous City Development projects in Johannesburg , this highly anticipated event is an excellent platform to network, exchange ideas, seek
business opportunities and to tap into the experience of key industry leaders

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Joburg is a vibrant, diverse, cosmopolitan city: a melting pot of nationalities, races, religions and cultures.

It offers a unique blend of first-world sophistication and emerging market vitality. The City is renowned for its hospitality - possibly because many residents weren't born here but have been attracted by the lively job market and upbeat lifestyle.

Foreign investment continues to grow, Joburg is becoming home to large concentrations of foreign residents, with a population of 3,9-million, is the capital of SA's most prosperous province, Gauteng is the country's largest metropolitan economy.

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The event will span over 3 days in which
we will in details the following topics withlocal and international speakers.

  • Transport Development
  • Ports, Roads and Rail
  • Trade and Investment Opportunities
  • Bilateral trade opportunities
  • Communication Infrastructure
  • Social Infrastructure
  • Land Development
  • Solid W aste, Water and Electricity Management
  • Energy Infrastructure
  • Property Development
  • City Asset Management Infrastructure

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Fast Facts about Joburg

  • Ideal base to reach 14 Southern African Development Communit y
    (SADC) countries comprising over 250 million people.
  • Joburg's OR Tambo International Airport is the biggest and busiest
    freight and passenger hub in Africa.
  • Over 20 major international airlines fly to OR T ambo International Airport.
  • Joburg has 3 airports with links to Africa (OR T ambo International,
    Lanseria International and Grand Central Airport).
  • Road and rail links to all the main cities and ports in the sub-continent, including Maputo, Durban, Richard' s Bay, Port Elizabeth and Cape T own.
  • The largest inland port in Africa and the largest container depot in SA, the City Deep T ransport Logistics Hub, are found in Joburg.
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City Development Convention Johannesburg 2013