Johannesburg, March 2020

H.E. President Félix Tshisikedi, cabinet ministers and governors of the 25 provinces of DRC will present projects and investment opportunities across the Congolese economy.

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The InvestDRC forum is the premier platform for networking and high-level discussions on the opportunities available in the DRC and how to overcome investor challenges.

This is the official investment event for 2020 produced in partnership and with the endorsement of the Presidency of the DRC.

InvestDRC will bring together an elite class of ministers and senior level government officials and top executives of private sector companies and place them directly in front of the investors who are ready to embrace the opportunities on offer across DRC’s economy.

The InvestDRC forum is held in Johannesburg, and will unite intra-African and Congolese investors in their mission to unlock new potential in minerals, food security, and economic growth across diverse sectors through infrastructure.

Join the President, Ministers, Governors, national companies and private sector investors of DRC for a one-day investment summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, in March 2020. Contact us today to find out how you can participate.

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Delegate passes are available only to VIPs and sponsors by invitation. Sponsorship opportunities are open to all: contact Anita Kruger by email at to learn more.


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