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Zimbabwe Infrastructure Investment summit

23 April 2018 Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre, (ZITF2018) Bulawayo

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Driving sustainable infrastructure investment through multi-stakeholder integration.

Summit overview

The Zimbabwe Urban Infrastructure Investment Summit 2018 is a gathering of high-level multi-sectoral stakeholders in the infrastructure, investment and economic development spheres with the aim to drive infrastructure investment in the country. The Summit will map out strategies to guide the regeneration of key infrastructure subsectors as a means of restoring Zimbabwe as the economic hub of Southern Africa..

Infrastructure Upgrade cost

The total cost is put at about $14.2 billion at 2009 constant prices, including $4.6 billion of private investment in upgrade of existing infrastructure and new capacity.

Power development

The power program would require about $4.3 billion, including $2.1 billion of private investment in new generation capacity.

Transport sector upliftment

The transport sector would require a total of $5.6 billion, including about $970 million of private investment in railway and civil aviation concessions.

COMMUNICATIONS SECTOR

The communications sector would require about $116 million, primarily for the creation of a national fibre optic backbone network.
The Telling Role of Infrastructure

financing of infrastructure cannot be the sole prerogative of the public sector.

The role of infrastructure is crucial because it underpins development. It lays the base and unlocks economic prospects and promotes growth. National and Local Governments need to ensure infrastructure provision as a prerequisite, not only for economic development, but also for the delivery of basic services such as water and health, among others.

MEET SOME OF THE SPEAKERS

The List Keeps Growing

HON. TERENCE MUKUPE

Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Planning

JOSHUA MAPONGA III

CEO Farmers of Thought Institute

LINDELANI MATSHIDZE

School of Construction Economics and Management University of the Witwatersrand

JAMES KABUGA

Regional Director,
Harare Regional Office
Trade & Development Bank (TDB)

BUSISA MOYO

Chief Executive Officer
United Refineries Ltd

PETER NDORO

Chairman Zimbabwe Urban Infrastructure Investment Summit

KHOLISANI MOYO

Economic Development Officer, City of Bulawayo

DAVISON KANOKANGA DC

Senior Legal Practitioner,
Kanonga & Partners

LEBOGANG CHAKA

Strategic Advisor,
Afro Visionary Legacy

TATENDA CHIMUSORO

Consultant: Consulting Strategy
and Operations,
Deloitte Advisory Services

TAONA KOKERA

Taona Kokera, Associate Director: Project Finance – Gauteng, Mazars

NATHANIEL MUNETSI

Head of Structured Finance,
Gauteng Infrastructure Financing
Agency

CUTHBERT NCUBE

Regional Vice President
Africa Region, UNTWO

CHRISTOPHER MUGAGA

Chief Executive Officer,
Zimbabwe National
Chamber of Commerce

OSWELL BINHA

Chief Executive – Orac Systems,
Chair – Africa Roundtable

RUTH NCUBE

Chairperson
Zimbabwe International Trade Fair
(Managing Director, First Mutual Life)

ENG. DR. GLORIA MAGOMBO

Chief Executive Officer, Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA)

OBAKENG KUNUPI

Director,
Beyond the Thought

KENIAS MAFUKIDZE

Managing Director,
Alpha Media Holdings

ENG. BEN RAFEMOYO

Chief Executive Officer
Engineering Council of Zimbabwe

LEVISON MTEKEDE

 Secretary General, Urban Councils Association of Zimbabwe (UCAZ)

BONGANI MABIZELA

Executive Director
Bigen Group

2018 summit partners

For partnership opportunities kindly contact info@mncapitalgroup.com

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SUPPORTING PARTNERS

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FORUM OBJECTIVES:

  • Encourage infrastructure, real estate and property investments in Zimbabwe
  • Grow the infrastructure project bond market
  • Identify new strategies and technologies for challenges & opportunities facing the sector
  • Decide what kind of policies and partnerships need to be introduced and adopted to incentivise increased investment in Zimbabwean Infrastructure?
  • Learn global best practices & partnership strategies and policy updates
  • Creation of an intelligence hub among policymakers, business leaders and services providers to forge new partnerships & gain competitive advantage
  • Advance Public- Private Partnerships in infrastructure delivery
  • New opportunities for funding & governance models to drive transformational infrastructure projects.

ATTEND AND MEET:

  • Developmental policymaking
  • Institutional Investors
  • Asset & Risk Management
  • City/Town planning
  • Engineering & Construction
  • Embassies & Trade Consulates
  • Energy, Water & Sanitation
  • ICT Developers & Service Providers
  • Real Estate & Property Development
  • Logistics, Project & supply chain management
  • Insurance & Underwriters
  • PPP Advisory
  • Multilateral Organisations
  • Investment & Retail Banks.