Ensuring a just energy transition in South Africa

We have pleasure in advising the details and biographies of the presenters at the first Nedbank and EE Publishers seminar on: Ensuring a just energy transition in South Africa, namely:

Prof Mark Swilling, chairman of DBSA
Zwelinzima Vavi, general secretary of SAFTU
Dr Roediger Lotz, deputy ambassador of Germany to South Africa, Lesotho and Eswatini
Mike Levington, BUSA energy representative on Nedlac

Please see their full Bio’s below.

Please share this invitation with your relevant executives, staff, members, colleagues, associates, friends and all interested persons, particularly in the environment, sustainability, energy and electricity space.

All are most welcome, but registration is essential for seating and catering purposes.

I look forward to seeing you at the seminar.

Kind regards

Chris Yelland
Managing director
EE Publishers




Presenters at #EnergyTransition4.0

A morning seminar on:

Ensuring a just energy transition in South Africa


Co-hosted by:


The 1st in a series of important infrastructure seminars from Nedbank & EE Publishers

A dialogue to unlock the economic and human potential of South Africa 

DATE: Tuesday 7 May 2019

TIMES: 09h00 to 13h00, with a networking finger lunch thereafter

VENUE : Nedbank Main Auditorium, 135 Rivonia Rd, Sandton

PARKING: Ample parking is available

COST: R150 pp (inc VAT) payable at the door (cash or credit card)

Tuesday 7 May 2019

Ensuring a just energy transition for SA


The need for a just energy transition in South Africa to ensure environmental sustainability and reduce the carbon intensity of South Africa – issues of job creation, education, training, reskilling and geo-location of clean energy resources for maximum impact and least cost.


View full details and bios of the presenters here: Prof Mark Swilling, Zwelinzima Vavi, Dr Roediger Lotz and Mike Levington 


Click here to book your seat at the seminar


Click here to book sponsorship opportunities at the seminar



Nedbank and EE Publishers are hosting a series of morning seminars on important infrastructure issues facing the energy and ICT sectors in South Africa.


The purpose of the seminars is to initiate meaningful, constructive dialogue on energy and ICT infrastructure initiatives needed to unlock the economic and human potential of South Africa.


The seminars will cover political, economic, environmental, policy, legal, regulatory, planning, investment, business, labour and social issues. Attendees will be addressed by a number of key sectoral leaders, followed by open discussion and dialogue with the audience on the challenges arising.

Programme for each seminar


08h00 – 09h00: Registration, tea, coffee

09h00 – 09h15: Welcome & introduction

09h15 – 10h30: Sector leaders present

10h30 – 11h00: Tea, coffee, snacks

11h00 – 12h30: Audience interaction

12h30 – 12h50: Summing up

12h50 – 13h00: Conclusion and thanks

13h00 – 14h00: Light lunch, networking

Sponsorship opportunities


For R6000 + VAT per seminar, your company may have:


– 2 x 1 m trestle table for hand-outs

– Two pull-up banners at your table

– Two slides in the rolling slideshow

– Your logo on the event webpage

– Public thanks & acknowledgement

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