Mining Indaba invests resources to enable more access to Africa’s most attractive mining opportunities


As the convener of the largest gathering of mining executives in Africa, Mining Indaba has invested a significant amount of resources to ensure that investors and deal-makers can easily access and maximise on the connections and opportunities at the 2016 Investing in African Mining Indaba on 8-11 February in Cape Town. Upgrades to the 2016 event include extended conference and exhibition hours, an enhanced investor programme, remodelling of the conference agenda, and more specialised networking opportunities to an already robust deal-making platform.

Amongst the many interesting suggestions received from the 2015 delegates, the Mining Indaba placed significant investment where the delegates could leverage maximum opportunity.

”We're committed to delivering the best possible experience for all our delegates,” said Mining Indaba Managing Director Jonathan Moore. “We are confident that our investment of time and resources will enable our delegates and sponsors to augment their ability to make the necessary connections and access the critical information to guide their deal-making process.”

In 2015, Mining Indaba began a multi-phased transformation that included the launch of a high-touch investor programme and the first steps to recalibrating the conference agenda to incorporate a more holistic perspective on investing in Africa and its mining sector. The remodelled agenda incorporates multivariate views from global investors, an inside perspective on the macro-investment climate in Africa, and a new approach to the corporate mining presentations. These agenda enhancements combined with the extended conference and exhibitor hours, will provide a more comprehensive educational and networking experience for the delegates.  

Mining Indaba just recently released its 2016 conference brochure. As the continent’s largest mining event, it will once again host the largest contingency of mining corporates, official African and non/African government delegations, and the most internationally diversified assortment of investors and deal-makers with a common interest in African mining. To learn more about Mining Indaba and early registration savings opportunities visit or send an enquiry to

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