President Zuma To Attend Terminal Operators' Conference

4 December 2017

President Jacob Zuma will on Tuesday, 5 December 2017, address the Terminal Operators' Conference Africa (TOC) at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban.The two day conference will bring together experts and investors involved in logistics, liner shipping, ports, terminals, inland transport and equipment manufacturers to discuss improving trade flows across the African continent.The TOC augurs well for the country's economic growth prospects, using KwaZulu-Natal's two world-class deep water ports of Durban and Richards Bay to bolster its oceans


Infrastructure investment and structural reform will shape Africa’s future – and technology will play a key role

15 November 2017

Inaugural TOC Africa conference to explore the role of the public and private sectors in boosting Africa’s trade competitiveness and debate the role and demands of technology-led innovation in logistics and transport

South Africa dignitaries unveiled for TOC Africa Conference

9 November 2017

The province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) is the Host Sponsor of TOC Africa. Sihle Zikalala, MPL MEC for Economic Development Tourism & Environmental Affairs, KZN who is headlining the event states: “We have no doubt that our hosting of TOC Africa will help to bring physical expression to the ‘Africa Rising’ narrative by enabling Africa’s ports and port cities to contribute to Africa’s growth and development agenda.”

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Welcome to Durban

8 November 2017

On behalf of the province of KwaZulu-Natal, I have great pleasure in officially endorsing the inaugural Terminal Operations Conference (TOC) Africa and welcoming all its attendees to the City of Durban.

 

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