Report: Africa’s border security challenges and requirements
Countries in Africa are embarking on a major spend to enhance border security capabilities and combat the increasing threats against illegal migration, wildlife security and cross-border smuggling of illicit substances. South Africa, for example, is spending over 20 billion rand as part of the Border Management Authority Bill.
To give you a better understanding of what African countries are focusing on to combat border security threats, we’ve put together a report which highlights:
- An overview of the border security challenges in Africa
- Threats faced by some of the major countries in the continent
- Steps and actions taken by authorities and forces to combat these threats
- Some of the major spending by country to solve their border security challenges
Interested in finding out more?
Directly meet with senior decision-makers responsible for border security in Africa at the Africa Border Management &Security Conference taking place from 28-30 November in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Network with the likes of Department of Defence, South Africa, along with senior representatives responsible for border security from armed forces, police, airports, border guards and ports from South Africa, Namibia, Kenya and Nigeria and more, who will be discussing how they can work together to create an integrated border management system as well as review solutions to their challenges.
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED:
Reserve your seat as a delegate: Register online now and save up to US$300 off the standard price. Make sure you reserve your seat online today to book at the lowest available rate. This offer is valid only until next Thursday, 28 September. (Please have your credit card ready)
Sponsor or exhibit: If you have solutions or services that can help our attendees with their border security requirements, then contact us today at
If Africa is a target market for you, then you will not want to miss this chance to cultivate mutually-beneficial relationships with the region’s border security decision makers.
I look forward to welcoming you to Johannesburg.
Conference Director - IQPC Middle East
Tel: +971 4 364 2975