Minister Thembi Nkadimeng to Attend Brussels Urban Summit 2023

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Minister Thembi Nkadimeng, the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA), is set to attend the Brussels Urban Summit 2023. The summit is a prestigious event that will bring together political leaders and representatives of cities and metropolitan areas from 61 countries.

A Platform for Collaboration and Knowledge-Sharing

The summit is hosted by the Metropolis General Secretariat and marks the first time in six years that the entire Metropolis community gathers in Brussels. The event provides a unique platform for addressing the pressing challenges faced by major cities and metropolises worldwide.

Localising SDGs in African Cities

Minister Nkadimeng will participate in a panel discussion centered around “Localising SDGs in African Cities.” This crucial conversation will delve into the complexities of migration and diversity, examining the challenges and opportunities they present in the context of African cities.

Promoting Sustainable and Inclusive Future for Cities

The Brussels Urban Summit 2023 aims to develop innovative and sustainable solutions to global urban challenges by fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing among political leaders, representatives of cities and metropolitan areas, and experts from various fields.

A Monumental Occasion

The 14th Metropolis World Congress is expected to be a monumental occasion, with metropolitan governments from around the world converging in Belgium’s bustling capital city. The summit will be held from June 12th to 15th and will focus on the theme “Urban Answers to Global Challenges.”

A Memorable Experience for All Involved

As Minister Nkadimeng gears up to share her insights and experiences in the panel discussion, the world eagerly anticipates the outcomes of the Brussels Urban Summit 2023. The impact of the summit on the future of urban development is eagerly awaited by both experts and the general public alike.

Media Enquiries

For those interested in learning more about the event or remaining informed about its developments, media enquiries can be directed to Tsekiso Machike (078 237 3900) or Legadima Leso (066 479 9904).

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