President Jacob Zuma will lead the South African delegation to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Africa to be held from the 3 to the 5 May 2017 in Durban.
The focus of this year's forum is achieving inclusive growth.
Stephen Grootes spoke to Standard Bank's Victor Williams about what's likely to come out during the meetings.
Williams says he expects the sessions to help define what inclusion means for Africa, and how to involve youth in Africa's economic development.
Potentially looking at ways to link youth with digital transformation that is ongoing in the Africa, to have them and their energies to help grow the continent.— Victor Williams, Standard Bank
Williams also says he interested in a session that will look at how Nigerian and South African economies are doing two Africa's biggest economies.
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