We are delighted to extend a limited number of Complimentary Tickets (subject to availability ) to the Zimbabwe Mining Investment conference on the 27th - 28th February 2018 in Harare , Zimbabwe, early booking is required as the event will be sold out.
Zimbabwe has turned a new leaf, announced new investor friendly mining policies and is Open for Business. It is set on rapidly growing its economy with mining investors being key players. The Zimbabwe Mining Investments Conference 2018 will discuss as well as showcase the vast investment opportunities in Zimbabwe’s growing mining sector. The New Government is committed to supporting and protecting investors, ALL FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN ZIMBABWE IS 100% SAFE. Zimbabwe is endeavouring to be amongst the most attractive and safest investment destinations with clear & predictable investments policies and incentives. Foreign Investors can now own up to 100% in all mining projects with the exception of platinum and diamonds.
Meet over 300 high-level decision making delegate attending the Zimbabwe Mining Investment Conference 2018. Build relationships with the most important local, regional and international senior executives involved in Zimbabwe’s mining sector. We are bringing together mining companies, Government stakeholders and a broad range of investors including sovereign wealth funds, Institutional investors, fund managers, corporate investors, offtakers, mining consultants, private equity managers, debt equity financiers, asset managers, investment banks, frontier funds, impact investors, family offices, DFIs, MFIs, and the media – make sure you join us to connect with these key stakeholders. Zimbabwe is on a path to becoming one of the leading mining investment destinations in Africa. See you at the Zimbabwe Mining Investments Conference 2018, Meikles Hotel, Harare, Zimbabwe on the 27th - 28th February, 2018.
Zimbabwe offers a truly a once in a lifetime opportunity. The country’s 800 mines have capacity to earn US$18 billion per annum but were only turning out about US$2 billion annually since 2009. This represents about a tenth of the sector’s full potential and translates to an incredible opportunity for investors, and the Government is fully committed to creating an enabling environment for investors.
Hon.Winston Chitando the new Mines and Mining Development Minister and an industry veteran says the Government's vision is centred on making Zimbabwe a destination for mining investments and timeous implementation of policies to grow the sector., to increase capacity utilisation, capital for miners and exploration. The Government is committed to policy consistency and clarity in order to build and maintain confidence which will enable Zimbabwe to attract the much-needed mining investments in the sector. The New Government has already demonstrated by repealing the indigenisation legislation in all areas of mining except for diamonds and platinum.
2018 DELEGATES INCLUDE EXECUTIVES FROM: Investec, Liberation Mining, European Investment Bank, MMG Capital, Old Mutual, Grant Thornton, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Anglo American, Jindal, SRK, Metallon Corporation, Tembo Capital, African Chrome Fields, Stanbic Bank, ZCCM, JP Morgan Asset Management, Zimplats, NKC Africa, Rio Tinto, Premier African Minerals, Resource Capital Funds, Bikita Minerals, Korea Investment Corporation, Renaissance Capital, JSE, LCT Resources, Glencore, Mayer Brown,, London Stock Exchange, CIC, Vedanta, IDC, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, CNBC Africa TV, CGTN TV and many more.
Zimbabwe is on the path to being one of the leading mining investment destinations in the world and has great potential to attract USD$12 Billion over the next 5 years. See you at the Zimbabwe Mining Investment Conference 2018 on the 27th - 28th February in Harare.
The event has limited availability and early booking is required.
Limited Number of Complimentary Tickets subject to availability , please send Full Company Name, Name, Title /Position,EMail and Mobile Number.
International Delegates - Standard Tickets $1500-00 Conference day Tickets $1900-00
Zimbabwe Delegates - Standart Tickets $750 Conference day Tickets $ 990
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ABOUT ZIMBABWE MINING
Zimbabwe has vast mineral wealth over 60 minerals including platinum, chrome, gold, lithium, coal, tin, copper, limestone, Coal Bed Methane, natural gas, granite and more. Zimbabwe has the 2nd largest Platinum and chrome deposits in the world, is the 5th largest producer of lithium in the world. Zimbabwe has 765 billion cubic metres of measured coal-bed methane resources and 30 billion tonnes of coal and 21 known deposits. Mining companies operating include Zimbabwe include Zimplats, Mimosa Platinum, African Chrome Fields, Caledonia Mining Corporation, Vast Resources Plc, Metallon Corporation, Anglo American, African Chrome Fields, Makomo Resources, Prospect Resources, Premier African Minerals, Hwange Colliery, ZIMASCO, ZMDC and many others. Zimbabwe is poised to produce 28 tonnes of gold this year with production spurred by small scale miners. It is the 5th largest lithium producer and production is poised to increase further with expansions plans by Bikita Lithium and with Prospect Resources presently seeking to raise USD $50 Million to go into production. PAM is in the process of defining its lithium resource. Zimbabwe is aiming to produce and export 500 000 tonnes of chrome and has the second largest chrome reserves in the world. Metallon Corporation plans to increase gold output to 500 000 oz in the next 5 years. There are many emerging producers as well as exciting exploration, brownfield and operating projects starved of capital that represent an outstanding opportunity for investors to move in now to reap the rewards in the future.
Mineral export receipts of $2,5 billion are projected for 2018, up from $2,3 billion in 2017.The mining industry contributes around 13% of gross domestic product and 68% of Zimbabwe’s total export receipts