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Investing in African Mining Indaba 2024

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Event name Investing in African Mining Indaba
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Event location CTICC | CAPE TOWN
Event country SOUTH AFRICA
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Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street,
Cape Town, 8001
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In 2024, we aim to enhance Mining Indaba with our theme: ‘Embracing the power of positive disruption: A bold new future for African mining’. Join us on 5-8 Feb 2024 as we initiate conversations on embracing change & leading positive disruption that would revolutionise the industry’s present & future
Main description Since its inception in 1994, Mining Indaba has grown from a small conference to one of the most highly anticipated events in the industry, welcoming mining professionals from all over the world. The event is solely dedicated to the successful capitalisation and development of mining interests in Africa, with a unique and widening perspective of the African mining industry. From connecting mining companies with leading investors to provide a platform for important industry discussions, supporting the long-term economic and sustainable growth across the continent.

Mining Indaba continues to support education, career development, sustainable development, and other important causes in Africa. Each year, Mining Indaba makes a significant impact on the regional and wider economy of South Africa. In 2023, Mining Indaba increased GDP in South Africa by R248 million(with 80% coming from international sources), generated 323 full-time annual job equivalents in the country and increased national taxes by R30 million.
In 2024, Mining Indaba will celebrate its 30th anniversary to honour how far the industry has come and discover what the future holds for Africa’s mining industry.



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