Sub-Saharan Africa is among the regions with the greatest drinking water spending needs, with the greatest investment needs in rural areas
319 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa are without access to improved reliable drinking water sources
The water exhibition allowed visitors to gain exclusive access to decision makers in the water industry and generate genuine business connections. It showcased the leading solutions to prospective customers and raised awareness of different businesses in the sector.
The conference brought together the brightest and most innovative minds that are shaping the way we manage clean water and meet growing demand. Delegates and VIPs flocked to the conference to learn about the latest developments, innovations and investment opportunities which will help them succeed in the water sector.
The expo and conference allowed our attendees to meet and engage with potential customers. Building relationships is at the very core of what we do. Take control of your time at the show by proactively contacting fellow attendees and arranging meetings in advance with our online platform.
African Water Association ● AkwaIbom Water Company ● Amatola Water ● Anglo American Platinum ● Belabela Local Municipality ● Bloemwater ● Breede Overberg Catchment Management Agency ● CenterFor Export Development ● City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality ● City Of Windhoek ● CSIR ● Delta State Urban Water Board ● Department of Public Works ● Department of Water Affairs ● Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) ● Development Bank of South Africa ● DTI ● ERWAT ● Eskom Holdings SOC Limited ● Eskom Kriel Power Station ● Ethekwini (Durban) Municipality Water & Sanitation Services ● GertSibande DM ● Johannesburg Water ● Lesotho Highlands Water Commission ● Magalies Water ● Mhlathuze Water ● Ministry of Agriculture Water and Forestry ● Ministry Of Energy & Water Affairs of Angola ● Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources of Kenya ● Ministry of Water Resources and Rural Development of Nigeria ● Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing of Ghana ● Modimolle Municipality ● NamWater ● National Department of Public Works ● Polokwane Municipality ● Port Harcourt Water Corporation ● Rand Water ● RCM Canada ● Rivers State Small Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Agency ● Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation ● SAAWU ● SocieteNationale Des Eaux Du Senegal ● Swaziland Water Services ● Swaziland Water Services Corporation ● TCTA ● The City of uMhlathuze Municipality ● The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology ● The Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative ● U.A.S. Dharwad ● Umgeni Water ● University of Fort Hare ● Water Environment Federation ● Water Research Commission ● Water Sector Reform & PPP, Federal Ministry of Water Resources ● Water Services Association of Australia ● WISA
"Its informative and interactive-very educational." Mabasa John Gumbo, Senior Civil and Water Engineer, Johannesburg Water
PAST KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
The conference combines thought provoking keynote presentations, practical case studies, country spotlights, numerous roundtables and workshops delivered by those who are at the forefront of globally disrupting and shaping the future of our industry. Take a look at the agenda at a glance to see what’s being discussed. More importantly, where you can take advantage of speaking slot and showcase your expertise !
Secretary General, Global Water Leaders and Editor of Water Leader magazine, United Kingdom
Robert C. Brears
Author of Urban Water Security, Founder of Mitidaptation and of Mark and Focus, New Zealand
Global Coordinator for the Water, Climate and Development Program at Global Water Partnership, Zambia
Billions of dollars of business have either been initated, influenced or concluded at this show. It is for good reason that The Water Show Africa has been successful for so many years. Join the success- sponsor or exhibit at the show in 2018.