Home » Uncategorized » Join Manufacturing Indaba Gauteng as Provincial Manufacturing Indaba Events are postponed to 2021

Join Manufacturing Indaba Gauteng as Provincial Manufacturing Indaba Events are postponed to 2021

After careful deliberation on the economic impacts of COVID-19 and to safeguard the health of all participants, the Manufacturing Indaba announces the decision to postpone the 2020 Provincial Manufacturing Indaba Conferences and Exhibitions which were due to take place in August (Durban), October (Port Elizabeth) and in early November (Cape Town). The new dates for the Provincial events will be announced soon and will be hosted in 2021.

We understand the gravity of the situation for all manufacturing professionals who utilise the Manufacturing Indaba Provincial flagship events as a platform to grow their business, accelerate their professional development and to make meaningful connections.

To support the continued engagement and having carefully considered health issues and the need for economic activity, the Gauteng edition of the Manufacturing Indaba will proceed on the 9 – 10 December 2020 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg. The Organisers believe this December date is as late as possible in the 2020 calendar year and with economic activity resuming post the extensive lockdown period, manufacturers will be back in business mode in December.

We trust you will continue supporting our position and stay committed to the events. We invite all our Provincial Manufacturers to join us in Gauteng this year and we will back in your Province in 2021! Stay safe and connected!

To enquire about Cape Business News' digital marketing options please contact

Related articles

Securex South Africa 2023 – end-to-end security solutions under one roof

No compromises or shortcuts are acceptable when it comes to properly securing human and material assets. But the journey to choosing the appropriate technology...

Golden run of events sets tone for 2023

Cape Town is nearing the end of a busy peak of events, having hosted a multitude of local and international events in the first...


Saldanha Green Hydrogen wants to pump its excess electricity into the...

By Larry Claasen Phelan Green Energy Group, which is developing a R47-billion green hydrogen project in Saldanha Bay is looking at ways to transfer the...


Cape Business News
Follow us on Social Media