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Mining Indaba achieves ‘support’ goal, sees increase in investor interest

2nd March 2018 The goal of the 2018 Investing in African Mining Indaba – to support junior, midtier and major miners through investment and finance while enhancing the platform to include more discussion on sustainability – has been met, says event organiser Mining Indaba director of content Harry Chapman. He... 

Bristow, Friedland may go head-to-head in on-stage copper-gold debate

7th November 2017 Dr Mark Bristow of Randgold Resources and Robert Friedland of Ivanhoe Mines may go head-to-head in a live on-stage gold-versus-copper debate at the Investing in African Mining Indaba event at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 5 to 8, Mining Indaba MD Alex Grose disclosed... 

Inaugural Cumbre aims to bolster investment in Latin America

7th July 2017 Generalist and specialist investors are returning to the Latin American mining sector in large numbers, as they see the opportunity for returns re-emerging, Mining Indaba director of content Harry Chapman tells Mining Weekly. Therefore, leveraging the success and channelling the expertise gleaned... 

Mining Indaba offering new junior zone, boosting interface opportunities

4th July 2017 Strong new thrusts are planned for next year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, which is scheduled to take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 5 to 8, once again to support investment in mining companies operating in Africa and to provide an effective platform... 
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Hyprop FD resigns

Laurence Cohen has resigned as JSE-listed Hyprop’s FD, effective August 1, to pursue personal interests. The appointment of a new FD will be announced in due course. 

Two South African women receive major international environmental award

Two South African women have been awarded a prestigious international environmental award for their work in winning a crucial court case against plans by government to proceed with a nuclear build programme. Earthlife Africa-Johannesburg’s (ELA-JHB) Makoma Lekalakala and Liziwe McDaid from the... 
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