The African Development Bank says it strongly supports South Africa’s drive to become a more energy secure economy.

ADB President, Akinwumi Adesina says the Bank has always been one of the country’s biggest supporters in its strategy to become more reliant on green-energy fuel sources.

Addressing delegates at the 4th annual Investment Conference this week, Adesina said billions of Rand in investment funding will be allocated to South Africa.

He says the funding would help South Africa succeed in working toward net-zero emissions.

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The African Development Bank (ADB) this week committed US$2.8 billion to South Africa at the 4th Investment Conference.

The pledge was made by the Bank’s President Akinwumi Adesina.

Adesina says the funds will be allocated toward public and private sector investments.

Adesina says the funds will be prioritised, over the next 5 years, towards the country’s most important economic sectors.

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