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20th BUILDEXPO KENYA 2017 Building & Construction 20 - 22 April
AFRIWOOD KENYA 2017 Woodworking Machinery 20 - 22 April
LIGHTEXPO KENYA 2017 Lighting 20 - 22 April
MINEXPO KENYA 2017 Minexpo 20 - 22 April
20th AUTOEXPO KENYA 2017 Automotives & Spare Parts 11 - 13 April
06th POWER & ENERGY AFRICA 2017 Power & Energy 11 - 13 April
06th OIL & GAS AFRICA 2017 Oil & Gas 11 - 13 April
20th KITE 2017 Multi-Sector 02 - 04 June
20th MEDEXPO AFRICA 2017 Medical & Health Care 02 - 04 June
19th INDUSMACH AFRICA 2017 Industrial Products & Machinery 02 - 04 June
20th PPPEXPO AFRICA 2017 Plastics, Printing & Packaging 02 - 04 June
20th FOODAGRO AFRICA 2017 Food,Agriculture & Hospitality 02 - 04 June
SOLAR AFRICA 2017 Solar 11 - 13 April
20th BUILDEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Building & Construction 10 - 12 August
20th AUTOEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Automotives & Spare Parts 16 - 18 August
03rd POWER & ENERGY TANZANIA 2017 Power & Energy 16 - 18 August
03rd OIL & GAS TANZANIA 2017 Oil & Gas 16 - 18 August
20th EAITE 2017 - TANZANIA Multisector 22 - 24 August
20th FOODAGRO 2017 - TANZANIA Food, Hospitality & Agriculture 22 - 24 August
MEDEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Medical & Healthcare 22 - 24 August
PPPEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Plastics, Printing & Packaging 22 - 24 August
BUILDEXPO ETHIOPIA 2017 Building & Construction 12 - 14 May
BUILDEXPO RWANDA 2017 Building & Construction 12 - 14 July
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