Johannesburg to host fifth annual RICS Summit Africa

March 4th, 2019, Published in Articles: EE Publishers, Articles: PositionIT, Featured: PositionIT

TC Chetty, RICS Country Manager for South Africa.

TC Chetty, RICS Country Manager for South Africa.

The fifth annual Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Summit Africa 2019 is set take place at Sun International’s Maslow Hotel Conference Centre in Sandton, Johannesburg on 29 and 30 May 2019.

The theme of this year’s summit focuses on how collaborative partnerships and impactful investment is shaping the future of Sub-Saharan Africa. Key topics for discussion will include an in-depth look into inward investment, geopolitics and cross-border collaboration, as well as an examination of current and future investment trends in cities, renewable energy and transport infrastructure.

The agenda will also address established and emerging models of funding, strategic facilities management, a macroeconomic forecast and technological advancements.

Noteworthy speakers include Lynette Ntuli (Innate Investment Solutions), Rob Jackson (RICS), Dr Martyn Davies (Deloitte), Ipeleng Mkhari (Motseng Investment Holdings and president of Sapoa), Yaw Yeboah (Infracon Consulting) and Andrew Mason (Workplacefundi).

The summit brings together business and thought leaders, policy makers and other key influencers to network and discuss key issues and opportunities around urban development, infrastructure and real estate.

RICS is a London-based global professional body that promotes and enforces the highest qualifications and standards in the areas of land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. As a public benefit organisation, the organisation operates in all the world’s major financial hubs in delivering international standards and policy influence.

Contact TC Chetty, RICS South Africa, tcchetty@rics.org

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