More ministers and universities confirmed for Cape Town Innovation Summit
Issued by: AfricanBrains | 1 Aug 2012 11:14
AfricanBrains is pleased to announce that even more African Ministers of Education, ICT, Communications and Science & Technology have confirmed their attendance at the Innovation Africa Summit taking place in Cape Town this 5-7 October. The Summit continues the overall aspiration of AfricanBrains to fulfil the need and opportunity for greater public private partnership in education, science and research in sub-Saharan Africa.
To date the confirmed Ministers are:
Botswana Minister of Education & Skills Development, Hon. Pelonomi Venson-Moiti
Burundi Minister of Higher Education & Scientific Research, Hon. Dr Julien Nimubona
Ethiopian Minister of Education, HE Ato Demeke Mekkonen
Kenya Minister of Education, Hon. Mitulu Kilonzo
Malawi Minister of Education, Science & Technology, Hon. Eunice Kazembe
Nigeria Minister of State for Education, Hon. Barr Ezenwo Nyesom Wike
South Africa Minister of Communications, Hon. Dina Pule
South Africa Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Hon. Mduduzi Manana
South Africa Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Hon. Hlengiwe Mkhize
Swaziland Minister of ICT, Hon. Winne Magagula
Swaziland Minister of Education & Training, Hon. Wilson Ntshangase
Tanzania Minister of Education & Vocational Training, Hon. Dr Shukuru Kawambwa
Tanzania Deputy Minister of Communications, Science & Technology, Hon. January Makamba
Zambia Minister of Education, Hon. John Phiri
Zimbabwe Minister of Education, Hon. David Coltart
These Ministry representatives will host their own round tables and be available for pre-scheduled one-to-one meetings during the two afternoons of the summit.
In addition to reporting on confirmed ministerial participation, AfricanBrains is pleased to announce that along with one of the summit's co-hosts, The University of the Western Cape, a total of nine South African Universities have also confirmed their attendance. Various representative of each of these establishments, including Principals, Vice-Principals and Heads of Department will also host their own round tables and be available for the afternoon pre-scheduled one-to-one meetings.
To date the confirmed Universities are:
Durban University of Technology
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
University of Cape Town
University of Pretoria
University of South Africa
University of the Free State
University of the Western Cape (summit co-hosts)
Vaal University of Technology
Several Further Education and Training Colleges (FET's) are also attending. Additional Ministries, Universities and FET Colleges are expected to confirm in the coming weeks.
Do you represent a company or organisation in sub-Saharan Africa specialising in products or services in the education, ICT, science, technology and research sectors? Don't miss this unique opportunity to attend the summit either as a delegate or a corporate sponsor. Please register your interest by visiting www.africanbrains.net/ia/register.
Enquiries can be made to AfricanBrains directly at .
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