Welcome to the 9th annual South Africa Tomorrow
Conference, a showcase of African Institutions and listed
Opening Address Nonkululeko NyembeziChairman of JSE
Message from President RamaphosaPresident of South Africa
In conversation with Reserve Bank GovernorLesetja Kganyago
Building a Stronger Economic Recovery for SAWith Reginald Demana
SA’s Vaccination Programme as a Driver of Economic RecoveryWith Dr Stavros Nicolaou, Dr Ryan Noach, Iain Williamson, Wendy Alberts and Rhulani Nhlaniki
State-owned Enterprise in Focus: TransnetPortia Derby
We analyse the moves organisations are making to get
back to growth post Covid-19 using technological
What Does Robust Structural Reform Look Like for SAWith Busisiwe Mavuso, Ralph Mupit…
Keynote Address by Minister of Public EnterprisesHon. Pravin Gordhan
Stabilising the Retail and Consumer MarketWith Estienne de Klerk, Anthony Thunström, Peter Levett and Kaeleen…
State-owned Enterprise in Focus: EskomWith Reginald Demana,Peter Attard…
Insights on South Africa’s local government electionsPolitical commentator Justice Malala
Closing addressBy Dr Leila Fourie. CEO, Johannesburg
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