Change website language
Online South Africa
Delegates and exhibitors from more than 60 countries met to do business in Johannesburg, South Africa in early March, contributing to a highly successful third staging of Tyrexpo Africa. Show organiser ECI International was particularly pleased that the exhibition successfully withstood the challenges posed to all businesses in the sector by the global recession and emerged with confidence as a result. ECI sales director Rowena Suthers, comments: “The real success of Tyrexpo Africa was the positive attitude of everyone involved. The global recession has affected every business in some way, but the quality of visitors who came to Johannesburg with the intention of meeting new suppliers and doing business was extremely impressive.
The Africa Energy Indaba, adopted by the World Energy Council (WEC) as the African regional event of the WEC, receives global recognition as the foremost event for energy professionals from across the globe and is rapidly gaining momentum as the energy business forum in Africa. Presented by the South African National Energy Association (SANEA) in association with the World Energy Council, the forum has achieved the highest level of endorsement and support and as such is without doubt the leading energy event in Africa.Attend Africa Energy Indaba 2012 and you will benefit from: Networking amongst more than 300 senior level energy sector experts and decision-makers planning and developing the 21st century energy requirements for Africa. Hearing from more than 50 expert speakers presenting the latest and best industry practice. Visiting over 100 leading energy suppliers showcasing the latest technologies, equipment and services. Reviewing policy and regulation, industry progress, and changing market trends.benefit from:
<div>With the past tourism focus having been on the Leisure and Business sectors, the introduction of the Sports and Events Tourism Exchange (SETE) Exhibition and Conference is an integral part of promoting the new “sports” trend within the industry. We see SETE 2011 becoming the inaugural, and thereafter, the annual Sports and Events Tourism gathering to attend in Africa.</div><div></div><div>Sports and Events Tourism Exchange will provide a platform to:</div><div>- Pursue bidding and hosting of major international events</div><div>- Promote South Africa as a training destination for northern hemisphere athletes </div><div> in their winter months</div><div>- Promote South Africa as a destination for social participants in sport, exploiting </div><div> our golf courses, beaches, stadiums and hiking trails.</div><div>- Increase Tourist volumes, spend and length of stay</div><div>- Promote transformation</div><div>- Promote local federations and associations</div><div>- Showcase South Africa’s experience and expertise in hosting and managing large </div><div> international events.</div>
This, the 8th International Comminution Symposium (Comminution '12) is organised by MEI in consultation with Prof Malcolm Powell and Dr. Aubrey Mainza. It is sponsored by Starkey & Associates, Magotteaux, Maelgwyn Mineral Services, JKTech, Chemco Advance Material, Industrial Minerals & The Gold & Minerals Gazette. Themes Comminution '12 has the following themes: Improving environment sustainability while driving down costsDesigning and operating energy efficient circuitsDesigning for the next generation of mines Rheology – wet and dryInfluence on classification and fine milling Compressed bed breakageHow to integrate HPGR’s into circuitsDry grinding and classification ahead of wet recovery processesDriving into finer grinding Fine grindingDesign of stirred mills – higher capacity, coarser feeds, media wear, energy consumptionProgress in modelling and scale-up Draft papers will be published as an unrefereed Proceedings on CD-ROM, and selected papers will be published, after peer-review, in a special Comminution issue of Minerals Engineering journal.
Why Solar World Africa? Find out… What is the commercial potential for solar power in Africa? How will large-scale solar projects change the structure of power generation? How to secure finance and investment for utility scale projects? What incentives and feed-in-tariffs are required to stimulate the market? What solar technology is available? Pre-register to visit now and we will update you with loads of great ideas for better and innovative business.This is the single most important African solar expo for world-class solutions providers. Success oriented vendors attend to: Showcase technology to an informed audience Meet developers and utilities to further your business development Access lucrative utility scale projects Cement your company into the foundation of Africa’s solar future Stay ahead of global competition in the Africa solar market
Ø SAITEX is an export/import showcase that facilitates trade throughout Africa and internationally. Exhibitors are manufacturers and exporters across a range of (essentially) retail sectors whilst visitors are importers, agents, distributers, wholesalers and retailers. SAITEX is the only multi-sectoral event of its kind in Africa. Ø SAITEX is an ideal platform for all business operators from the largest corporations to the smallest SMME’s to network and increase international market share. It also acts as a forum for government and investment agencies to showcase their projects.
Africa Rail is the continent’s leading rail event. It is Africa’s only railway conference and exhibition with attendees from all over Africa. It is supported by government and industry alike.Co-located with the Ports & Harbours Show and exhibition – the Africa Rail exhibition draw 1900+ visitors annually.Who should attend?Rail Operators, Rail Authorities, End Users (Mines, Manufacturers & more), Ports & Intermodal Operators, Logisitcs, Government, Investors & FinanciersAttend to; meet the needs of end-users, finance major projects, develop more efficient operations & source new solutions.
This expo specialises in food & beverages retail trade - it is the only event of its kind that tracks produce from the farm gate to a retail outlet and encompasses all the processes along the way. The expo is so named because of its seven component parts.
The Star Interbuild Africa, together with co-locating shows Plumbdrain Africa, Aircon-Vent Africa, Building Services Africa, Glass Expo and Woodpro Africa, is the largest building services, construction, plumbing, glass, aluminium and woodworking exhibition in Africa hosting the full spectrum of related industries in residential, commercial and industrial development.
The International Congress of Psychology, held every four years under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science, is the flagship event in international psychology. The previous 29th ICP was held in Berlin in July 2008 and attracted some 11,000 abstract submissions and over 10,000 delegates. The 30th International Congress of Psychology is the first to be held in Africa, and is organised by the National Research Foundation of South Africa and the Psychological Society of South Africa, in partnership with key South African universities and national government departments. Organised around the theme <i>Psychology Serving Humanity</i>, the congress will highlight how psychology translates its science and practice into the knowledge, skills and tools that are able to underpin the human condition. Besides Invited Addresses and Symposia by global leaders in their fields, there will be scintillating State of the Science Lectures and Controversial Debates on topics of current interest, and exhibitions by leading publishing houses, technological innovators and international psychology organisations. Special activities will include an exciting Emerging Psychologists' Programme, Advanced Research Training Seminars for psychologists from the developing world, various pre and post congress satellite conferences and a variety of tours (including famous World Heritage sites like Robben Island and Table Mountain) and breathtaking wildlife safaris for delegates and accompanying persons.
Hostex – South Africa’s International Hospitality and Catering Exhibition, the largest and longest running exhibition of its kind in Africa.The South African tourism and hospitality industries are booming – on both domestic and international levels. South Africans are exploring their country more than ever and the international market continues to grow – especially with the promise of 2012 on the horizon. Our hospitality industry knows that it needs to prepare itself so that it can be ready and waiting, and Hostex 2011 aims to enable industry members to do just this.
On the International calendar, Electra Mining Africa is ranked as the second largest mining show in the world and is the biggest trade exhibition in southern Africa. The show is recognised as a gateway into Africa for local and global investors looking for new business opportunities in the mining, construction, industrial and power generation industries.