Sabine Dall'Omo

Sabine Dall'Omo

CEO Siemens

Regarded as one of Africa’s most influential women in engineering, Sabine Dall’Omo has consistently put her best foot forward and broken boundaries in this male-dominated field.

She currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and board member for Siemens in South Africa, following a successful career at the company for over thirty years. She works tirelessly to push the continent forward in terms of science and technology by ensuring that innovative ideas are harnessed into tangible solutions for society. Earlier this year Sabine was appointed as the Deputy Chairperson of the NEPAD Business Foundation and as an honorary member to serve on the Board of Trustees for the Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.; in addition to these roles Sabine has also been appointed onto the Presidential Advisory Council on Investment (PACI). She was elected to the North-West University Faculty of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board and most recently she was re-elected as Board Member of the German-African Business Association (Afrika-Verein Deutschen Wirtschaft)


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Tuesday 10/05/2022

From 16:55 To 17:50

05/10/2022 16:55 05/10/2022 17:50 Keynote Panel: 4IR

The 4IR is here. ESG-focused operations are here. And what’s more – the global pandemic is accelerating it.  

How can African mining position itself for tech growth given its’ significant young population, and how does mining attract the brightest talent in a competitive market? 

  • How should government and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector doesn’t fall behind in attracting next-generation tech talent? 

  • What role does tech have to play in the Just Transition for coal-based economies like South Africa? 

  • The big debate: what is the impact on workforce and technology from the global pandemic, and does this present opportunities for growth? 

  • How has new ESG-based mandates and frameworks aligned with tech application and what are the opportunities for tech to enable ESG-centred mining? 

    The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 is a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy. The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society.  

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"Keynote Panel: 4IR"

Dr. Motodi Maserumule Johan Meyer Keith Scott Marc Roussel Sabine Dall'Omo Sven Renner
Time and date

Tuesday 10/05/2022

From 16:55 To 17:50

05/10/2022 16:55 05/10/2022 17:50 Keynote Panel: 4IR

The 4IR is here. ESG-focused operations are here. And what’s more – the global pandemic is accelerating it.  

How can African mining position itself for tech growth given its’ significant young population, and how does mining attract the brightest talent in a competitive market? 

  • How should government and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector doesn’t fall behind in attracting next-generation tech talent? 

  • What role does tech have to play in the Just Transition for coal-based economies like South Africa? 

  • The big debate: what is the impact on workforce and technology from the global pandemic, and does this present opportunities for growth? 

  • How has new ESG-based mandates and frameworks aligned with tech application and what are the opportunities for tech to enable ESG-centred mining? 

    The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 is a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy. The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society.  

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