Inclusive Growth on the Agenda at World Economic Forum on Africa

The World Economic Forum on Africa is an opportunity for leaders to engage on the state of global, African and South African economies, says South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. The summit takes place in Cape Town from Wednesday September 4 and runs until Friday September 6, with the theme of 'shaping inclusive growth and shared futures in the fourth industrial revolution'. The gathering is expected to see 1100 leaders from government, business and civil society, including ten heads of state or government, converge over the three days.

President Cyril Ramaphosa arrives at 2019 World Economic Forum on Africa breakfast in Cape Town on September 4, 2019. The breakfast was hosted by Brand South Africa.


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