Securing South African Legacies with Congresses

Business and professional events are key to economic and social transformation. South Africa’s Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, confirmed as much at Meetings Africa 2019, held recently in Sandton, Johannesburg.

Securing the 2013 World Congress in Paediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery in Cape Town (pictured) opened the floodgates to subsequent inbound medical events, including pan-African meetings, and left tangible legacies in improved patient care.

Read and watch all about it on our partner The Iceberg’s platform.

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