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The London Indaba 2024 - investing in resources and mining in Africa

1st February 2024

     

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We are pleased to announce the 2nd edition of the London Indaba on “investing in resources and mining in Africa” taking place on 25th & 26th June 2024 at The InterContinental Park Lane London. Brought to you by Resources for Africa, the organisers of the Joburg Indaba and chaired by Bernard Swanepoel, the 2024 London Indaba provides an engaging platform for critical conversations between international stakeholders and African mining countries and companies. 

Mining is at its core a multi-stakeholder partnership and this year’s London Indaba will address what the current landscape of stakeholders looks like for African miners - should they look East or West, or is the South “on its own”? Is Africa’s future mining? And is mining’s future Africa? 

The inaugural London Indaba was held in June 2023 to high acclaim and was extremely well received by nearly 400 attendees who hailed from different African countries and international mining communities. Key stakeholders from government, mining houses, financial and investment institutions, business organisations and advisory experts took part in high level and lively discussions that were robust, engaging and constructive on the future of mining and Africa’s critical role in the minerals and metals of the future. 

This year’s Indaba will focus on: 
How international governments are partnering with African governments and the mining industry in pursuit of critical minerals and metals. 
What African mining jurisdictions are doing and still need to do to make mining more attractive on the continent. 
The impact of geopolitics, conflicts and shifting alliances on the global supply and demand of critical minerals and metals. 
The critical role African countries must play in providing many of the minerals and metals the world needs for the future including but not limited to PGMs, gold, copper, cobalt, nickel, lithium, graphite, rare earths, vanadium, manganese, amongst others. 
The role and value of technology and geological data in unlocking Africa’s potential and attracting investment. 
The continuing relevance of gold – why is the price so high and is Africa adequately explored for gold? 
Is copper defying gravity or is/was it all just hype? 
Is there a role for PGMs beyond catalytic converters?
Can mining play a role to make Africa/African countries an exporter of surplus skills rather than the loser of scarce critical skills? 
What does net positive mining by 2040 really mean? 
And much more... 

Early confirmed speakers include: 
Neal Froneman, CEO, Sibanye-Stillwater 
Shaoyang Shen, Deputy President, Zijin Mining 
Craig Miller, CEO, Anglo American Platinum 
Rohitesh Dhawan, President and Chief Executive Officer, ICMM 
Martin Horgan, CEO, Centamin 
Mark Cutifani, Chairman, Vale Base Metals 
Peter Leon, Partner & Africa Chair, Herbert Smith Freehills 
Fiona Perrott-Humphrey, Senior Advisor, Mining Team, Global Advisory, Rothschild & Co. London 
John Reade, Market Strategist, Europe & Asia, World Gold Council 
Benedikt Sobotka, Group CEO, Eurasian Resources Group; Co-Chair, Global Battery Alliance


Resources 4 Africa offers engaging and intimate industry gatherings that promote conversation and networking. At the London Indaba we take our trademark frank approach to tackling the important issues, leading critical conversations with the industry that get to the heart of matters. 

The programme will be announced soon. In the meantime, you can view the 2023 agenda here and the list of speakers here

To register, please click here

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