CAPE TOWN - South Africa will this week host more than 50 state leaders at the 28th World Economic Forum (WEF) to be held Cape Town from the 4th to the 6th of September 2019.
WEF is expected to address many challenges faced by these 50 nations such as elections taking place in more than 20 African countries, whether political and economic progress has been created, how to scale up the transformation of regional architecture related to smart institutions, investment, integration, industry and innovation.
Under the theme, Shaping comprehensive Growth and Shared Futures within the Fourth historic period, the forum will address the African Union’s Agenda 2063 regional strategic priorities below four program tracks:
- Innovation: Readiness for the Fourth technological revolution
- Cooperation: Sustainable Development & Environmental place
- Growth: digitalization & Competitive Industries
- Stability: Leadership & Institutional Governance