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Looking for Infrastructure projects in Africa? Looking for investment? Infrastructure Investment World Africa is the conference to attend.

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  • Limited offer! Save up to R3328 per delegate ticket until 20 August 2010 Prices, packages and booking form on back page 8 - 10 November 2010 Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa Hear from Amr El Barbary Managing Director Citadel Capital, Egypt Big. Neside Tas Anvaripour Chief Investment Officer: Private Sector Operations Department African Development Bank, Investment and development opportunities for operators, Tunisia developers, government, investors and financiers Identify lucrative infrastructure investment opportunities Discover pipelines for infrastructure in Africa pages 4 - 5>> Oliver Tunde Andrews Identify new sources of funding and finance Director and Explore funding and finance options from institutions such as the World Bank, AFDB, Chief Coverage Officer IFC, Citadel Capital, Standard Bank, AFC, OMGSA and many others pages 4 - 5>> Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria Regulatory updates from leading government ministries and key industry players Hear from: Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development Uganda, Zambia National Road Fund Agency, Department of Public Works South Africa and others pages 4 - 5>> James Baanabe Isingoma Acting Commissioner 2 workshops, 1 day Speaker line up – more details page 3 for Energy Post-conference workshops: 10 Nov 2010 Full conference programme pages 4 - 5 Ministry of Energy & Mineral Infrastructure projects – identifying, Workshops page 6 Development, Uganda quantifying and managing project risks All booking offers & options back page OR Successful Public Private Partnerships – Book before 20 August and save up structuring and financing PPP’s to R3 328 Samson Muradzikwa Chief Economist www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza Development Bank of Southern Africa, South Africa Produced by: More highlights Page 3 >> Full programme Page 4 - 5 >> BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903
  • book early and save Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 3-day Gold pass Africa’s rapid economic growth is Save R3 328 if you book fueling investment in its infrastructure. before 20 August Multi-National Corporations the world over have 2010 identified Africa as their “core market.” See back page This is to be expected in view of the accelerated economical growth and trade boom being experienced by Africa. African governments are also creating an environment conducive to investment. But what does this mean on the ground? There are “We have huge opportunities for forward-looking individuals and infrastructure organisations. This is only the tip of the iceberg, there is an abundance of bankable projects. Infrastructure progress in the Investment World Africa 2010 is your gateway to Africa’s country and most lucrative infrastructure investment opportunities. Delegates get ‘the scoop’ from industry insiders there is alot Africa is showing progressive growth in infrastructure developments and there is a clear need for you to get You will also learn how to access finance and funding. You of scope for involved. You cannot miss these great opportunities in will also discover future strategies and long term plans for cooperation.” this sector. infrastructure development Hon. M S Merafhe Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 From 8 – 10 November 2010 you can discover the Vice-President This conference will set the stage for the most successful most lucrative infrastructure investment opportunities Botswana infrastructure investment programs in Africa for years and engage and network with industry leaders with our to come. You will also get access to the deal makers in interactive panels and edge of seat attention-grabbing (Big News Network) Africa’s infrastructure investment space. presentations. Join us to gain ground-breaking conclusions through Your failure to attend means you don’t get to reap the strategic partnerships. And ignite your insight into high returns this sector has to offer. Looking forward to “The African investment opportunities on the continent. seeing you. Development What can you expect from attending? Bank and the You will learn attract investment – find ways of partnering with the private sector. You will learn how to manage International geo-political risk. You will discover how to ensure returns Finance on this asset class. You will also be able to identify new Samkelwa Madlabane investment infrastructure opportunities. Conference Manager Corporation Terrapinn Limited have stepped up to the plate (in terms of investing Banks and Infrastructure Investors and Development in African Financiers Agencies Authorities and Operators infrastructure) … and we are hoping to do much more.” Simon Jackson Syndication and Private Co-Financing Officer Government and Who’s Equity Firms African Development Bank, Tunisia Regulators attending? (Emerging Markets) Risk and Insurance Infrastructure Firms Rating Funds Agencies 2 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903
  • www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza book early and save A-list of industry experts 8 REASONS Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 “We have been overwhelmed will bring together a panel of experts discussing by the appetite 8 reasons why you can’t miss out on opportunities in the infrastructure investment the Infrastructure Investment World space. of investors Africa 2010. for Africa’s Learn of potential partnerships for the Mphanda Nkuwa project. infrastructure Get funding for your projects Decision makers looking to fund infrastructure Alastair Campbell opportunities.” Director: Head of Power, Project projects will be attending and looking for Finance I Standard Bank – Hubert Danso potential projects. Corporate and Investment Bank, Head: NEPAD South Africa Infrastructure Learn about energy generation investment opportunities Realise opportunities for investment Investment in Africa’s own clean technology Africa’s hottest area: examine energy generation industry. Facility investment opportunities. Dr Zuko Kubukeli South Africa Executive Director I Inspired Secure key partnerships in Africa Evolution Asset Management, (Africa Investor) South Africa Position yourself to attract international opportunities and obtain valuable insight Discover the value behind PPP’s into finance mechanisms that are driving the “Most of the investment arena. Serah Njoroge Program Officer and Deputy investment Explore opportunities in telecoms Team Leader – Private Public Infrastructure Advisory Facility (in Africa) is Find out how you can capitalise on the ‘under- I World Bank, Kenya actually on served telecoms’ markets. infrastructure, Identify infrastructure investment opportunities in the Eastern Cape of so we’ll have Hear from the players that are driving development South Africa. to look at Listen to key leaders in sectors such as energy, Pemmy Majodina innovative MEC, Department of Public Works transport, telecoms and water. I Province of the Eastern Cape, infrastructure South Africa solutions.” Focused knowledge sharing Gather strategic information from up-and- Discover how infrastructure bonds Tom Albanese are growing Kenya’s economy. CEO coming projects. Mohammad Haris Rio Tinto, Australia Head: Corporate Banking, Private public partnerships Structured Finance and Product Business Day Learn how you can capilatise on PPP’s as an Development I Gulf African Bank, increasingly popular and feasible option for Kenya infrastructure transactions. Discover who should invest in the ZTK Interconnector. Network, network, network This is the networking hub for all industry Clive Ferreira Managing Director I Fieldstone players- come and build relationships. Africa Ltd, South Africa We have 39 Discover how the government plans speakers from on partnering with the private sector. Zanele Makhubu 12 countries Director: Enterprise Risk including the The Terrapinn difference Management I Gauteng Department of Local Government UK, Nigeria, Terrapinn events create exciting places to... & Housing, South Africa Uganda, interact and grow knowledge Tunisia, meet and make contacts Your event contact is become inspired and re-energised. Tanzania, Brian Shabangu use your brain +27 (0)11 463 6001 Zambia, enquiry.za@terrapinn.com Kenya and others online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903 BOOK NOW! 3
  • book early and save Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 Day One Monday, 8th of November 2010 07:30 Registration and refreshments 12:15 Case study: Mphanda Nkuwa transmission line – getting partners on board 08:30 Chairperson’s opening remarks Working with China’s Export-Import Bank – the experience Paul Runge, Managing Director Getting Brazilian and South African governments as partners Africa Project Access, South Africa Who else should be looking to get involved? Alastair Campbell, Director: Head of Power, Project Finance Big picture Standard Bank – Corporate and Investment Bank, South Africa 12:45 Networking lunch 08:45 Opening keynote: Project finance role in infrastructure investment opportunities 13:45 ZTK Interconnector – who should be looking to invest in this Financial modelling for infrastructure projects project? Making projects attractive What are the favoured funding / investment structures? Innovations in financing infrastructure projects Potential commercial agreements Further opportunities Linking with SAPP and EAPP – what are the realised Neside Tas Anvaripour, Chief Investment Officer: Private Sector investments benefits Operations Department, African Development Bank, Tunisia Clive Ferreira, Managing Director Fieldstone Africa Ltd, South Africa 09:15 Keynote address: Current government priorities for infrastructure investment 14:15 Power panel: Strategic energy growth expansion plan – where What currency should the off take agreement be in? is the growth going to come from? Designing long term infrastructure goals and moving up the Strategic overview of Africa’s power infrastructure space financing line Securing investment for expansion programs What can government do to get the deals flowing? Long-term capacity – how is Africa driving new projects? Scaling up support for infrastructure projects in Africa Where will the expansion come from? Oliver Tunde Andrews, Director and Chief Coverage Officer Investment in renewable energy – which regions to look out for? Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria Thomas Donnelly, Head of Renewables Macquarie Capital, South Africa 09:45 China’s contribution to infrastructure developments in Africa James Baanabe Isingoma, Acting Commissioner for Energy Drivers of China’s increasing inroads into Africa’s infrastructure Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development, Uganda sector Who are the key players and what sub-sectors are focused on Peter Roberts, Senior Infrastructure/Environment Adviser Key country / project case studies Department for International Development, United Kingdom What are the spillovers from this engagement for Africa’s private Mekuria lmm, Head of Strategic Management & Programming sector expansion and diversification Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation, Ethiopia Hannah Edinger, Senior Manager & Head of Research Frontier Advisory (Pty) Ltd, South Africa 15:00 networking and afternoon refreshments 10:15 Morning refreshments and networking Sector opportunities: transport Funding 15:30 Zambia and Tanzania border, Dar-es-Salaam Green Corridor- 10:45 Infrastructure financing – which sector to finance? could this be a reality Looking at interest yields and returns Who should be looking to invest in this project? Streamlining public sector support for infrastructure development PPP’s and concessions – where are we looking for partners? Creating incentives for large scale private sector funded finance How to leverage on freight corridor opportunities Infrastructure finance as a volatility hedge – how effective is it? Tapping into new trade markets What do developers need to prove to financiers? Eng. Raphael Mabenga, Director / CEO Tom Plaistowe, Senior Executive: Infrastructure, Development Zambia National Road Fund Agency Assets, Environmental Assets, Old Mutual Investment Group 16:00 Case study: Eastern Cape transport infrastructure investment South Africa opportunities 11:15 Keynote address: Private equity – seeing the opportunity in Pemmy Majodina, MEC, Department of Public Works infrastructure investment Province of the Eastern Cape, South Africa Where are the growth pockets and sustainable returns? 16:30 Transport panel: Investment opportunities to look out for Exiting infrastructure investments Identifying existing transport investment opportunities Private equity funds and clean technology – what is the outlook? Where will the next big concessions come from? Increasing the quantity of infrastructure-oriented funds Where can the next corridor developments expected? Amr El Barbary, Managing Director, Citadel Capital, Egypt Where to expect regional integration? Tium Tekie Gebray, General Manager Sector opportunities: energy Djibouti Ethiopia Railways (CDE) Peter Copley, Transport Specialist 11:45 Opportunities for investment in Africa’s own clean technology Development Bank of Southern Africa industry Arvind Khare, CEO, Campanhia Dos Caminhos De Ferro Da Investment in Africa’s clean technology: where to invest? Beira SARL (CCFB), Mozambique Who has the capacity to roll out clean-technology infrastructure? Akashambatwa Mbikusita-Lewanika, Managing Director What clean technology projects are in the pipeline? TAZARA, Tanzania Dr Zuko Kubukeli, Executive Director Inspired Evolution Asset Management, South Africa 17:15 Chairperson’s closing remarks and end of day one 4 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903
  • www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza book early and save Day Two Tuesday, 9th of November 2010 08:30 Chairperson’s opening remarks Paul Runge, Managing Director Sector opportunities: telecoms Africa Project Access, South Africa 13:45 Telecoms – the star of infrastructure investment Financing projects Fundraising and accessing capital Cost control during project implementation Was PPP a feasible option? The pros and cons 08:45 Case study: Optimising government infrastructure bonds Nodal economic approach Aspects of the capacity expansion programmes Mike Peo, Head: Infrastructure, Energy and Telecommunications Return on investment and investment duration on bonds Nedbank Capital, South Africa Infrastructure security and risk as an asset class Sukuk Islamic bonds – a success story 14:15 Telecoms panel: Under-served telecoms’ markets – Sharing profits and reinvesting for future projects opportunities for infrastructure investment Mohammad Haris, Head: Corporate Banking, Structured Finance Who should be leveraging on these opportunities? and Product Development, Gulf African Bank, Kenya Regions of growth opportunities – where are they? How to increase capital returns 09:15 Panel session: Reviewing sector catalysts Prospects for strategic partnerships What’s development without sufficient power and electricity? Sean Bennett, Head of Investment Banking: Global Banking Finance is available – but what else is required? HSBC Africa, South Africa Regional integration and trade as infrastructure catalyst Patricia Majero, Operations Manager Clare Akamanzi, CEO – Business Operations & Services Netone Limited, Zimbabwe Rwanda Development Board, Rwanda Sadiq Malik, Director, Broadband Communication Technologies James Baanabe Isingoma, Acting Commissioner for Energy Private Limited, South Africa Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development, Uganda Peter Roberts, Senior Infrastructure/Environment Adviser 15:00 Afternoon refreshments and networking Department for International Development, United Kingdom Hubert Danso, Head: NEPAD Infrastructure Investment Facility 15:30 Things that keep you awake at night South Africa You have voted for these topics! Your chosen speakers will now offer you real-time, spontaneous solutions and 10:00 Keynote address: Infrastructure investment forecasts & trends commentary on the issues that keep you awake at night. Bring The sustainability of an infrastructure investment driven your questions to this discussion. economy Investment, finance and funding trends The development and growth of subsectors – where are the Risk mitigation and regulation opportunities? Global infrastructure forecasts and trends – influences on Africa 16:00 Panel session: Government partnering with the private sector Samson Muradzikwa, Chief Economist Government working with the private sector to make Development Bank of Southern Africa, South Africa infrastructure investment feasible and profitable 10:30 Morning refreshments and networking Risk management for increased public and private participation Intra-African expansion – appointing a regulatory pan-African 11:00 Panel session: Attracting capital for infrastructure investment body What are potential investors looking at? The tendering process: Implementing a clear strategy for liquidity risk management 4 Infrastructure tender project implementation barometer Getting financiers involved in the process billboards – can they lead to more transparency? What can be expected from capital markets going forward? 4 Implementing standard proprietary agreements Ram Mahidhara, Principal Investment Officer – Infrastructure Tawanda Nyandoro, Finance & Economic Planner International Finance Corporation, South Africa Rand Water, South Africa Robert Futter, Director, Cresco Project Finance, South Africa Zanele Makhubu, Director: Enterprise Risk Management Ziyaad Sarang, Director: Power and Infrastructure Gauteng Department of Local Government & Housing, Standard Bank, South Africa South Africa 11:45 Understanding the real value behind PPPs Melis Teka, Former Head of Energy & Regulation Ministry of Energy & Mines, Ethiopia Successful case studies PPPs as governments’ service delivery vehicles 16:45 Geo-political risk: changing perceptions vs. reality Long-term efficacy – motivation for developing national New approaches to working with the government as a partner infrastructure Dealing with perceived risk and non-payment risk Getting all partners to contribute and work Third parties risk carriers and payment security Serah Njoroge, Program Officer and Deputy Team Leader – New markets with improved political risk profiles Private Public Infrastructure Advisory Facility, World Bank, Kenya Clarissa van Heerden, Head of Risk Management 12:15 Networking lunch Department of Public Works – Eastern Cape, South Africa 13:15 Structuring and financing of infrastructure projects 17:15 Chairperson’s closing remarks and end of conference How to structure a borrowing exercise Evaluation of funding proposals Different forms of security Encouraging innovation and flexibility in a liquidity crisis Book before 20 August to save 20% Ntsikelelo Gosani, Senior Manager: Project Finance and Treasury Fax the registration form to +27 (0)11 463 6903 TCTA, South Africa online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903 BOOK NOW! 5
  • book early and save Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 Post-Conference Workshops Wednesday, 10th of November 2010 Get the most Workshop I OR Workshop II from your conference Infrastructure projects – identifying, Successful Public Private Partnerships – quantifying and managing project risks structuring and financing PPP’s Objective Objective This workshop focuses on identifying, quantifying and In order to access the world of PPP structuring and managing project risks using transport investment – financing PPP’s it is critical to master the various A fun, high-speed mainly road and rail projects – as its main case study. It components of a PPP transaction – this workshop session for making considers key risks and risk mitigation strategies from will provide participants with simplified PPP concept new contacts and the perspectives of both the public and the private explanation together with relevant international case exchanging details. sectors. studies. 08:30 Registration and refreshments 08:30 Registration and refreshments 09:00 Introduction and summary of the workshop 09:00 What is a Public Private Partnership? Arrange meetings Selection strategies of a project structure and 09:15 Project finance: Overview online before you setting the stage: the African PPP market How do roads compare with other asset arrive. Access event classes? 10:00 Project documentation resources, such as Public sector comparators for transport PPP agreement / concession agreement white papers and projects Drawing contracts presentations, after Investment and investor considerations for transport projects 10:30 Morning refreshments and networking you’ve left. Session summary 11:00 The banker perspective 10:30 Morning refreshments and networking Project bankability and different forms of debt Lending criteria and project cash flows 11:00 Construction risk Mandate, term sheet, debt and equity More than listening, Different types of construction risk structures and syndication of debt interact with our Global construction risk research findings Construction risk revisited (new research) 11:30 The sponsor and shareholder perspective panelists Popular construction risk mitigants Forms of support and equity considerations Session summary 12:00 The borrower / concessionaire perspective 12:30 Networking lunch Creating a winning consortium Selection of bankers and financial advisors This is your chance to 13:30 Demand risk Introduction 12:30 Networking lunch shape the conference agenda. You select the Overview of demand modelling 13:30 The legal and regulatory environment Demand risk research findings topic and presenters. An overview of a country’s framework Requirements from demand studies So bring along your Session summary Obstacles and opportunities ideas and get ready 14:00 PPP project life cycle to make a name for 15:00 Afternoon refreshments and networking Feasibility study and treasury approval by yourself. 15:30 Alternative payment mechanisms for road government and rail projects Contract negotiation and PPP contract Tolls monitoring Shadow tolls Potential refinancing of a project: the financial Availability / performance-based payment motivation for refinancing? mechanisms 14:30 Case studies We lessen this Other approaches brochure’s impact on 15:30 Afternoon refreshments and networking Credit rating considerations the environment by Session summary 16:00 Managing risks in PPP’s and infrastructure using environmentally projects friendly paper. 16:30 End of workshop 16:30 Essential risk evaluation techniques 17:00 End of workshop Your workshop leader Dr Robert Bain 3-day Gold pass Infrastructure Investment Analyst I RBConsult, United Kingdom Your workshop leader Save R3 328 Dr Bain runs his own firm, RBconsult, Delia Reardon if you book providing advice on credit and technical PPP and Project Finance Specialist issues relating to transport investment I Inkuma Project Finance Consulting before 20 to development and commercial banks, Delia was the Technical Partner to the August 2010 pension funds and infrastructure funds. He SADC Banking from June 2007-September is the author of ‘Toll Road Traffic & Revenue 2008 and is a trainer in Project Finance and See back page Forecasts: An Interpreter’s Guide.’ PPPs in all sectors of the SADC region. 6 BOOK NOW! online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903
  • www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza book early and save Becoming a sponsor “A well organised How much does access to pipelines of bankable Consultancy/advisories firms conference … projects mean to your business? If you’re Rating agencies serious about your business and need to access Risk & Insurance firms The best the most lucrative projects you need to sponsor Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010. With one cost-effective investment in sponsorship you opportunity to will: network” Within Africa’s markets lies great potential for growth- Meet new customers and gain more leads that is being realised in infrastructure developments. But Gerald du Randt Build your brand with decision makers Lennings Rail what does this mean for your business and how do you ensure you have access to new projects? The answer is Access project pipelines Services Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010. Target your message to your precise audience Fast track your way to increased market share (Africa Rail 2009) Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 is the perfect opportunity to catapult your capital and solution We’ll work with you to find the ideal opportunity offerings. We have gathered the leaders and pioneers and then support your team to help you achieve the across a large range of sectors as they explore different best results. “Great funding and finance options. show, all the Attendees will be looking for capital and solutions important from: Sponsor people are Capital Call Melissa Douman Infrastructure funds +27 (0)11 516 4951 here. I look Private equity firms Legal/tax Email melissa.douman@terrapinn.co.za forward to next year” John Cilia Sales Manager Ansaldo STS (Africa Rail 2009) Sponsors and delegates enjoying plenty of networking opportunities Something to say? Media partners Talk to us The venue about speaker opportunities Call Melissa Douman +27 (0)11 516 4951 Sandton Convention Centre South Africa’s largest and most prestigious multi- purpose exhibition and convention centre. The Official Book before 20 August to save 20% Sandton Convention Centre is strategically situated Travel Fax the registration form to +27 (0)11 463 6903 in Maude Street, Sandton CBD. Tel +27 11 779 0000 www.saconvention.co.za Partner Voted best travel company to work for Something interesting to say? in SA! Do you have an interesting perspective on the asset allocation sector in Africa? We would like to take If so, I’d like to speak to you. I’m currently recruiting speakers and sponsors care of all your travel for Africa Investment Summit 2011. needs. Contact us and Call me, Melissa Douman, on +27 (0)11 516 4951 or email me on you are guaranteed melissa.douman@terrapinn.co.za superior service and the best rates. www.terrapinn.com/2011/aisza michelle.govender@ 14 – 17 March 2011 Sandton Convention Centre flightcentre.co.za Johannesburg +27 (0)11 778 1363 online www.terrapinn.com/2010/iiza | email enquiry.za@terrapinn.com | phone +27 (0)11 463 6001 | fax +27 (0)11 463 6903 BOOK NOW! 7
  • book early and save Infrastructure Investment World Africa 2010 8 - 10 November 2010 Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa How to book your ticket Please fax back to Melissa Jogannah on +27 (0)11 463 6903 or contact her on +27 (0)11 516 4060 or email melissa.jogannah@terrapinn.co.za or Online simply register online at https://secure.terrapinn.com/V5/rCalc.aspx?E= https://secure.terrapinn.com/V5/rCalc.aspx?E=288 4&DS=1919&SalesRep=Jogannah 2884&DS=1919&SalesRep=Jogannah You can use our online calculator to tailor your ticket and buy multiple tickets.The calculator automatically selects the most favourable discount for you. If you book and pay online you also get a Register now further discount on each ticket. Package Before 20 Aug 10 Before 1 Oct 10 Before 22 Oct 10 After 22 Oct 10 How many Calculate your ticket 2 day conference 8-9 Nov R13 135 R14 595 R15 325 R16 055 c Offline + 1 day workshop 10 Nov + VAT + VAT + VAT + VAT c Workshop I OR = R14 973.33 = R16 638.30 = R17 470.22 = R18 302.13 You can use our online calculator to tailor your c Workshop II (Save R3 328) (Save R1 663) (Save R831) ticket and then print a pdf of your order and fax to +27 (0)11 463 6903 or complete this form and fax 2 day conference only 8-9 November 2010 R10 165 + VAT R11 295 + VAT R11 860 + VAT R12 425 + VAT c to +27 (0)11 463 6903 or call +27 (0)11 463 6001 and we’ll take your booking over the phone = R11 587.53 = R12 876.30 = R13 520.12 = R14 163.93 (Save R2 576) (Save R1 287) (Save R643) Group bookings All tickets include refreshments, lunch and full conference documentation. The fee does not Total include hotel accommodation. Please photocopy for group bookings. Why not send your team and save more. 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