African heads of state and government, global business, government and academic leaders have converged on Cape Town this week to focus on driving Africa's economic growth, boosting intra-African trade, strategic infrastructure and agricultural-led development, as part of the 23rd World Economic Forum on Africa Meeting.
This has become a critical period for Southern African CSO’s to be actively involved in the post 2015 consultation process, debates and engagements at country and regional levels. African civil society has an obligation to ensure that the debates and processes for the post-2015 framework are democratic and inclusive. The grassroots voice needs to be reflected in shaping the agenda; and thus requires active participation and ownership of African CSOs.
The 2012 Botswana Sustainable Development and Cottage Industries New York Exhibitions was launched on April 28, 2012 under the auspices of His Excellency Ambassador Charles T. Ntwaagae at the Permanent Mission of Botswana to the United Nations at the New York Location.
Innovation to implementation: New knowledge frontiers
Finance and sustainability in Africa
The opportunity in African economies
Investors can provide a valuable service, whether it is investment banking, capital markets, commercial banking, or asset management - in Africa's Sustainable Development Investment and can simultaneously create sustainable value for African societies. Investors and Corporations can improve the environment, reduce poverty, advance African economies, improve corporate governance, and develop African Social Entrepreneurs.