Vision 2030 sparks international interest in the NDP from Zimbabwe to Japan

20 June 2017

Birchwood Hotel Johannesburg 21-22 June

Vision 2030 sparks international interest in the NDP from Zimbabwe to Japan

This week’s Vision 2030 Summit catalyses new business opportunities for investment, technical cooperation and participation around South Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP).

International investors are demonstrating their interest in South Africa’s growth and transformation, even in the wake of recent economic developments – including three ratings downgrades. In spite of the nation’s current investment grade, the third annual Vision 2030 Summit is sparking renewed interest from the international arena in support of South Africa’s development through investment, technical cooperation and participation around the National Development Plan (NDP).

“The National Development Plan anchors, reflects and underpins nationwide commitment to ending poverty and inequality through improving the lives of the poor and marginalised in society,” offers Ralf Fletcher, CEO of Top Media, organiser of the Vision 2030 Summit.

Government officials, investors and other international leaders are seizing the opportunity provided by the annual Vision 2030 Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, to be involved in dynamic discussions to achieve delivery targets for South Africa’s 9-point plan as stipulated by the NDP. Not only is the annual progress of the NDP benchmarked at Vision 2030, but a roadmap is also updated for the implementation of the NDP’s most progressive developmental goals, providing new business opportunities for local and international stakeholders alike.

Taking place at Johannesburg’s Birchwood Hotel from 21 to 22 June, the Vision 2030 Summit convenes leading figures from across the globe to drive development from within both the private and public sectors and to unite all stakeholders behind a practical, achievable roadmap for building the South Africa envisaged by the NDP.

African dignitaries in attendance include Prof. Arthur Mutambara, President of the African News Agency and former Deputy Prime Minister of Zimbabwe, while international investors in attendance include the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), amongst others.

Supported by AMSCO, Aerosud Aviation, ADCORP, Basil Read, Huawei, Old Mutual, PMI, MMI Holdings, Sentech, SANBS, Siemens and Tiger Brands, Vision 2030 presents a unique opportunity for ordinary South Africans to join both local and international leaders, from government and the private sector, in driving economic acceleration and transformation. There are still limited seats available for professionals from all vocations who want to participate in new business opportunities arising out of the ongoing implementation of the NDP.

To book your attendance at the Vision 2030 Summit, please book online: or call 086 000 9590.

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