An innovative, multi-stakeholder dialogue forum for the infrastructure sector.
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Annual Compendium 2016-2017
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Infrastructure Dialogue: Crowding in Infrastructure Investment 2017/05/18
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Infrastructure Dialogue: Seizing Opportunities 2017/02/09
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Infrastructure Dialogue: Urban Safety
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Infrastructure Dialogue: Looking at Water Services

Annual Compendium 2016-2017

The Infrastructure Dialogues is a high-level platform for stakeholders in the infrastructure sector to discuss and share their views. The value of the Dialogues is enhanced when senior leaders and managers from government, the private sector and civil society continue the conversation once the event itself is over. Each Dialogue is recorded so that interested[…]

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Infrastructure Dialogue: Crowding in Infrastructure Investment 2017/05/18

It is common cause that South Africa’s public sector, on its own, cannot finance the infrastructure needed to fill backlogs in coverage of basic services for citizens as well as fund social and economic infrastructure to underpin growth. While infrastructure continues to be developed, this investment gap is nevertheless evident wherever one looks from roads[…]

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Infrastructure Dialogue: Seizing Opportunities 2017/02/09

The National Development Plan and the New Growth Path both highlight the need for public and private investment in electricity, water, transport and telecommunications infrastructure in order to support economic growth and social development goals. These investments in infrastructure pipelines will remove critical bottlenecks and allow the economy and employment to grow at a more[…]

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Infrastructure Dialogue: Urban Safety

One of the defining characteristics of public spaces in South Africa is that they are, or are perceived to be, unsafe. In the most recent National Victims of Crime Survey, more than a third (nearly 37%) of respondents reported that they are prevented from going to open spaces or parks due to fear of crime.[…]

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Infrastructure Dialogue: Looking at Water Services

  Sustainable water supplies are critical for human development, large industries and small business alike, but addressing South Africa’s water risks requires a partnership approach that is currently in its infancy. For companies, many of their major water risks lie outside of their operational boundaries. For many municipalities, localised challenges and limited financial and human[…]

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