The Water Show Africa 2020 – Get Your Free Ticket
The Water Show Africa welcomes water boards, utilities, municipalities, and large water users annually. These service providers, their partners and large end users come to the show looking for these advanced solutions. They want to improve delivery of water infrastructure, drive service efficiency and reliability, as well as keep up to date with the trends shaping today’s water future
Africa’s leading water event is just around the corner on 31 March – 1 April 2020 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg! Get your free ticket here.
The Water Show Africa welcomes water boards, utilities, municipalities, and large water users annually. These service providers, their partners and large end users come to the show looking for these advanced solutions. They want to improve delivery of water infrastructure, drive service efficiency and reliability, as well as keep up to date with the trends shaping today’s water future.
Just a few of our exciting highlights for this year’s expo:
The Water Show Africa seminars are free-to-attend, offeringvisitors an unparalleled peer-to-peer learning opportunity.They bring together expert speakers from across water sectorto provide insight, showcase innovation, share best practice anddiscuss ideas on trends in the sector. With 2 full days of learning, there’s so much content to cover, so bring your colleagues!
Water in Mining Track
The water and mining space is highly competitive with several unique challenges and opportunities that can drivethe sectors forward. The key is to generate actionable and practical solutions that are responsible and sustainable.This implies leadership, innovation and a deep understanding of technology and engineering. But above all it impliesthe ability to build solid partnerships, overcome challenges and work towards a united, skilled and flourishingindustry. The Water Show Africa brings you the Water in Mining seminar, which runs on the 31st of March 2020.Register for free>
Water in Agri Track
Water use in agriculture is at the core of any discussion of water and food security. Agriculture
accounts for 70% of all water withdrawals globally. Irrigated land is more than twice as
productive as rain-fed cropland, yet the efficiency of water use in agriculture still looms large.
To help address the challenges and opportunities in water in agriculture. The Water Show
Africa brings you the Water in Agriculture seminar, which runs on the 1st of April 2020.
Register for free and get access to the event networking app where you can view, search, network and schedule meetings with attendees. You can also see all our sponsors, exhibitors, start-ups, agendas, floor plan, as well as make use of the built-in messaging system. This is your personal event guide.Register for free>
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Source, compare and shop for the latest products on the market!
We have 100+ sponsors, exhibitors and start-ups who will be showcasing the latest tools, techniques and innovations shaping the water sector.See full list of sponsors & exhibitors>
The largest gathering of African Water Boards, Utilities, Government, Large End Users and Industry Professionals will be attending. Here’s a sneak peek:
- Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment, Morocco ● Department of Water Affairs, South Africa ● Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Nigeria ● Rand Water, South Africa ● Ekurhuleni Municipality, South Africa ● Western Cape Government, South Africa ● Department Of Environmental Affairs, South Africa ● Luapula Water and Sewerage Company Limited, Zambia ● Umgeni Water, South Africa ● eThekwini Municipality Water & Sanitation Unit, South Africa ● International Water Management Institute, Angola ● Lepelle Northern Water, South Africa ● Mhlathuze Water, South Africa ● Lagos Water Corporation, Nigeria ● Swaziland Water ● Johannesburg Water, South Africa ● Department of Public Works, South Africa ● City of Tshwane, South Africa ● Department Of Trade And Industry, South Africa ● Ghana Water Company Limited ● Madibeng Local Municipality, South Africa ● Magalies Water, South Africa ● National Water and Sewerage Corp, Uganda ● Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS), South Africa
With more than 2000+ attendees, 100+ exhibitors and start-ups and 2 full days of free seminars, launches and demos, you can’t possibly cover it all alone! Bring along your colleagues, clients and associates to the event!Get your FREE pass now>