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Who is South Africa sending to Davos?

18 January 2016Members of the South African government, business and industry leaders will be
heading to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, taking place between
20 and 23 January, under the theme: "Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution".The WEF annual
meeting gathers leaders from business, governments, international organisations, academia and civil
society to discuss the global economy. Delegates also seek ways to improve global governance
through public-private co-operation by working in close collaboration with key international
organisations and providing input into major multilateral processes.Other topics that will be
discussed this year will include sustainable and inclusive economic growth in the face of slowing
growth rates, increasing market volatility and looming global risks, and geo-security.Watch this to
find out more about WEF:[embedded content]South Africa will be represented by: GovernmentJacob
Zuma, president Jeff Radebe, minister in The Presidency Nomvula Mokonyane, minister of water
and sanitation Rob Davies, minister of trade and industry Aaron Motsoaledi, minister of health
Pravin Gordhan, minister of finance Tina Joemat-Pettersson, minister of energy Ebrahim Patel,
minister of economic developmentState-run groupsKingsley Makhubela, chief executive, Brand
South Africa Lesetja Kganyago, governor, South African Reserve Bank Siyabonga Gama, acting
chief executive, Transnet Shulami Qalinge, general manager, Transnet Linda Masabo, chair,
Transnet Sipho Maseko, chief executive, Telkom Jabu Mabuza, chair, Telkom Mandla Gantsho,
chair, Sasol David Constable, chief executive, Sasol Daniel Matjila, chief executive, Public
Investment CorporationFinance and investmentNicky Newton-King, chief executive, JSE Stephen
Koseff, chief executive, Investec Ben Kruger, joint chief executive, Standard Bank Vassi Naidoo,
chair, Nedbank Mike Brown, chief executive, Nedbank Ralph Mupita, chief executive for South
Africa and emerging markets, Old Mutual Thabo Dloti, chief executive, Liberty Holdings Geoffrey
Qhena, chief executive, Industrial Development Corporation Busi Mabuza, chair, Industrial
Development Corporation Johan Burger, chief executive, FirstRand Patrick Dlamini, chief executive,
Development Bank of Southern Africa Jabulani Moleketi, chair, Development Bank of Southern
Africa Stephen Coller, chief executive of corporate and investment banking, Barclays Africa Maria
Ramos, chief executive, Barclays AfricaBusiness leadersThero Setiloane, chief executive, Business
Leadership SA Tonye Cole, chief executive, Sahara Group Iqbal Surv, chairman, Sekunjalo
Holdings Anant Singh, chief executive, Videovision Entertainment Peter Staude, chief executive,
Tongaat Hulett Ishmael Sunga, South African Confederation of Agricultural Unions Koos Bekker,
chair, Naspers David Tudor, group general counsel, Naspers Nicolaas Kruger, chief executive, MMI
Holdings Sipho Pityana, chair, AngloGold Ashanti Patrice Motsepe, chair, African Rainbow
Minerals Jongisa Magagula, head of investor relations, African Rainbow Minerals Andies Wilkens,
director, African Rainbow Minerals Brian Dames, chief executive, African Rainbow Energy and
PowerMediaKarima Brown, general executive editor, Independent Media Ellis Mnyandu, editor,
Business Report Bronwyn Nielsen, editor-in-chief, CNBC Africa Alec Hogg, editor,
Biznews.comOtherMax Price, vice-chancellor, University of Cape Town Hanli Prinsloo, chief
executive, I Am Water Foundation Precious Moloi-Motsepe, executive chair, Motsepe
Foundation Anton du Plessis, executive director, Institute for Security StudiesSource: Businesstech
and South African Government News Agency