The Plan

The financial requirements for this vision are too enormous to be singularly guaranteed by the South African financial institutions. There will be a need to canvas this vision the world throughout. It will have to be massively marketed, irrespective of how it will be immediately rejected in certain quarters. The international community will have to be robustly pursued to come to the party. Success in mobilizing international financial support will mount necessary pressure to the domestic financial market, as well.

Beyond this there are numerous economic sectors that will be hugely impacted upon by this African Grand Plan. It is our wish for Africans in the Diaspora who are leaders in various economic sectors to become involved in this massive economic development vision. Some of the sectors that we need to canvas for partnership with include:

Sectors and Industries

  • The construction sector
  • Electrical and electronic sector
  • Automobile sector
  • Retail sector
  • General manufacturing sector
  • Agriculture and food production
  • Information, Communication and Telecommunication sector
  • Energy sector
  • Mining sector
  • Financial Services sector
  • Real Estate sector
  • Media sector
  • Arts, culture and heritage sectors
  • Travel and Tourism sector
  • Research and Development (Academics and other intellectuals) sector
  • Monitoring and Evaluation sector
  • Marketing, Advertising and Communications sector.

Professional Services

  • Accountants
  • Financial Planning
  • IT consultancy
  • Legal
  • Actuarial
  • Architectural
  • Valuation
  • Civil, structural and electrical
  • engineering
  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Land Surveyors
  • Town planning
  • Legal
  • Economic advisory
  • Water and sanitation consultants
  • Transport infrastructure (rail, road, airports, seaports) consultants
  • Energy infrastructure consultants
  • Business development consultants
  • Environmental consultants

In all these sectors and more we require partners to work with, especially Africans in the Diaspora who are successful professionals and business people involved in these sectors.