Mining Indaba 2021

Rebuilding the mining industry in Botswana

MasisiHis Excellency, Mokgweetsi Masisi, President of Botswana, has acknowledged that 2020 was a very challenging year for the mining sector in Botswana but outlined his government’s intention to rebuild the industry and prioritise expansion into other resources aside from diamonds

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The challenges and potential of 4IR for African mining

4IR screenshotThe Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is critical to reigniting the South African economy in the wake of the pandemic, and ensuring the country hits its targets of creating 11 million jobs and reducing unemployment to 6% by 2030, stated Clive Govender, CEO and founder of CGC Consulting and ADAPT Digital Solutions

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Vivo Energy sponsors the 2021 Virtual African Mining Indaba

ADJI 0592forwebfter a most successful debut year at the Mining Indaba last year, Vivo Energy returned this year with a success story around power generation for mines on the continent

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President Cyril Ramaphosa officially opens Mining Indaba 2021

Screenshotweb 2021 02 02 at 12.33.06South African President Cyril Ramaphosa officially opened the 27th Investing in African Mining Indaba, held virtually for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic

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Mining Indaba: Sierra Leone mining industry open for business says Julius Maada

HE Julius MaadaAs part of Mining Indaba 2021, His Excellency Julius Maada, President of Sierra Leone, provided a keynote address to demonstrate the “boundless” opportunities available in the Sierra Leone mining sector and welcomed investors looking to seize this chance

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