Event Programme

5 February - 6 February

Day 2

Country case studies

4 February

10:00 - 12:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2019 10:00 02/04/2019 12:00 Newmont and Ghana Country Case Study: Diversifying to Create Sustainable Development in Mining Communities CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Country Case Studies

Newmont and Ghana Country Case Study: Diversifying to Create Sustainable Development in Mining Communities

Moderators

4 February

10:00 - 00:00

Newmont and Ghana Country Case Study: Diversifying to Create Sustainable Development in Mining Communities

5 February

08:50 - 10:20

Guinea Country Case Study

Investor Roundtables

Closed investor-focuse sessions with CEOs of major mining companies.

5 February

00:00 - 00:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 00:00 02/05/2019 00:00 Session test CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investor Roundtables

Session

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Moderators

Speakers

Registration

Junior Mining Forum

The place to meet investors and hear from junior miners.

4 February

09:55 - 10:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2019 09:55 02/04/2019 10:00 Opening remarks Junior Mining Forum, day 1 CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Junior Mining Forum

Opening remarks Junior Mining Forum, day 1

Speakers

4 February

10:00 - 11:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2019 10:00 02/04/2019 11:00 Memery Crystal & London Stock Exchange Group: Listing and Raising Capital in London Overview of London markets and recent mining transactions.
• What are the options for raising and accessing capital in London?
• Listing process and engaging with investors.
• Fireside chat with listed and prospective issuers. 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Junior Mining Forum

Memery Crystal & London Stock Exchange Group: Listing and Raising Capital in London

Overview of London markets and recent mining transactions.
• What are the options for raising and accessing capital in London?
• Listing process and engaging with investors.
• Fireside chat with listed and prospective issuers. 

Moderators

Speakers

5 February

09:00 - 09:20

What will the battery of the future look like?

5 February

09:25 - 10:25

Country Focus: Japan - Changing the supply chain in the age of the electric vehicle

5 February

18:55 - 21:00

Opening remarks Junior Mining Forum, Day 2

Main Stage

Industry heavyweights telling you about their vision for the mining industry.

4 February

08:30 - 08:55

Live Music and Official Welcome

4 February

08:55 - 09:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2019 08:55 02/04/2019 09:10 Welcome Address CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main stage

Welcome Address

Speakers

4 February

09:35 - 10:25

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2019 09:35 02/04/2019 10:25 Keynote Interview: Charting a new way forwards for the African mining sector
  • Utilising the vision of Mandela in mining. How can South Africa become a leading example for collaboration between government, mining companies, investors and communities?
  • Identifying other challenges across Africa for collaboration and shared value, what can be done for countries that are struggling with this problem?
  • Understanding that it will never be perfect, but what should the values for African mining sector be?
  • Where do the obstacles still lie and what commitments can be made to overcome them?
  • How can South Africa learn from the rest of the continent?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main stage

Keynote Interview: Charting a new way forwards for the African mining sector

  • Utilising the vision of Mandela in mining. How can South Africa become a leading example for collaboration between government, mining companies, investors and communities?
  • Identifying other challenges across Africa for collaboration and shared value, what can be done for countries that are struggling with this problem?
  • Understanding that it will never be perfect, but what should the values for African mining sector be?
  • Where do the obstacles still lie and what commitments can be made to overcome them?
  • How can South Africa learn from the rest of the continent?

Moderators

Speakers

4 February

10:45 - 11:05

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2019 10:45 02/04/2019 11:05 Thriving in a time of unprecedented disruption and opportunity CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main stage

Thriving in a time of unprecedented disruption and opportunity

Moderators

Speakers

5 February

09:00 - 09:05

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 09:00 02/05/2019 09:05 Opening Remarks CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main stage

Opening Remarks

Speakers

Registration

5 February

09:05 - 09:25

Opening Keynote

5 February

09:25 - 09:45

Advancing Africa’s Economic Growth

Special Information Sessions

5 February

09:00 - 11:00

African Union Commission: Public Private Collaboration and Responsible Investment in Africa’s Mining Sector

Sustainable Development Day

5 February

07:15 - 09:15

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 07:15 02/05/2019 09:15 Opening Canada Session: Climate-Smart Mining: African minerals for the Low-carbon future CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Opening Canada Session: Climate-Smart Mining: African minerals for the Low-carbon future

Moderators

5 February

09:15 - 09:25

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 09:15 02/05/2019 09:25 Welcome Remarks CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Welcome Remarks

5 February

09:25 - 09:35

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 09:25 02/05/2019 09:35 Opening Keynote Address CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Opening Keynote Address

5 February

09:35 - 10:35

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 09:35 02/05/2019 10:35 Interview: Redefining Responsible Mine Leadership - What can the leaders of today and tomorrow learn from the Mining and Faith Reflections Initiative?
  • Mining and Faith Reflections Initiative (MFRI): What are the real outcomes, action points and the next steps forward?
  • Considering a Bigger Picture - Climate change & growing inequality: How is the sector responding and how is mine leadership evolving to address these issues?
  • The relationship between Mining and Communities: What are some of the biggest lessons learned and how should the leaders of today approach this matter to enable collaboration, trust and long-term value creation?
  • Managing Expectations: How to achieve a balance between shareholder and stakeholder needs & expectations and define a financially viable strategy for a socially and environmentally responsible business?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Interview: Redefining Responsible Mine Leadership - What can the leaders of today and tomorrow learn from the Mining and Faith Reflections Initiative?

  • Mining and Faith Reflections Initiative (MFRI): What are the real outcomes, action points and the next steps forward?
  • Considering a Bigger Picture - Climate change & growing inequality: How is the sector responding and how is mine leadership evolving to address these issues?
  • The relationship between Mining and Communities: What are some of the biggest lessons learned and how should the leaders of today approach this matter to enable collaboration, trust and long-term value creation?
  • Managing Expectations: How to achieve a balance between shareholder and stakeholder needs & expectations and define a financially viable strategy for a socially and environmentally responsible business?

Moderators

5 February

10:35 - 11:25

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 10:35 02/05/2019 11:25 Panel: Rethinking Mine Closure & Rehabilitation
  • Developing an inclusive closure stagey: What are the key social and environmental aspects of mine closure and how to balance those with the technical and financial requirements?
  • Does and Don’ts in planning and best practices: What are the strategies that have not worked as well in the past and how can we learn from the experience of others?
  • The roles and expectations of governments and local communities: What has led to the redesign of closure conditions and what is the role of local community groups in ensuring good environmental outcomes?
  • Regulations & Disclosure: What are the gaps in existing regulatory frameworks and what are the recommendations for companies?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Additional Networking

Panel: Rethinking Mine Closure & Rehabilitation

  • Developing an inclusive closure stagey: What are the key social and environmental aspects of mine closure and how to balance those with the technical and financial requirements?
  • Does and Don’ts in planning and best practices: What are the strategies that have not worked as well in the past and how can we learn from the experience of others?
  • The roles and expectations of governments and local communities: What has led to the redesign of closure conditions and what is the role of local community groups in ensuring good environmental outcomes?
  • Regulations & Disclosure: What are the gaps in existing regulatory frameworks and what are the recommendations for companies?

Moderators

Speakers

5 February

11:25 - 11:45

Networking Coffee Break

5 February

11:45 - 13:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 11:45 02/05/2019 13:00 Spotlight Presentations: Exploring the Best Innovative Solutions & Initiatives for Sustainable Mining A series of short presentations exploring some of the best innovative solutions for responsible and sustainable mining:
  • Newmont Goldcorp: Where Innovation connects to Sustainability
  • Mandela Mining Precinct: Supporting local innovation and addressing Health & Safety
  • CERA: The new-generation approach to the certification of raw materials
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Additional Networking

Spotlight Presentations: Exploring the Best Innovative Solutions & Initiatives for Sustainable Mining

A series of short presentations exploring some of the best innovative solutions for responsible and sustainable mining:

  • Newmont Goldcorp: Where Innovation connects to Sustainability
  • Mandela Mining Precinct: Supporting local innovation and addressing Health & Safety
  • CERA: The new-generation approach to the certification of raw materials

5 February

13:00 - 14:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 13:00 02/05/2019 14:00 Networking Lunch CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Networking Lunch

5 February

14:00 - 14:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 14:00 02/05/2019 14:30 Community Keynote & Case Study: Building Community Voices in the Mining Sector & the Key Outtakes from the Alternative Mining Indaba CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Community Keynote & Case Study: Building Community Voices in the Mining Sector & the Key Outtakes from the Alternative Mining Indaba

5 February

14:30 - 15:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 14:30 02/05/2019 15:30 Panel: Harmonising Extraction and Environment to change industry’s social image and ecological footprint
  • A Call-To-Action: Reviewing statistical indicators and realising the real environmental footprint to trigger the change in industry’s mentality and approach to the environment
  • How, When and Why should financial institutions support sustainable mining and why is it critical to ensure that environmental considerations form part of an early decision-making process?
  • Performance Expectations: What should the industry commit to in terms of raising socio-environmental performance standards, and what are the tools and initiatives for improving such performance and limiting risks?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Panel: Harmonising Extraction and Environment to change industry’s social image and ecological footprint

  • A Call-To-Action: Reviewing statistical indicators and realising the real environmental footprint to trigger the change in industry’s mentality and approach to the environment
  • How, When and Why should financial institutions support sustainable mining and why is it critical to ensure that environmental considerations form part of an early decision-making process?
  • Performance Expectations: What should the industry commit to in terms of raising socio-environmental performance standards, and what are the tools and initiatives for improving such performance and limiting risks?

Moderators

5 February

15:30 - 16:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 15:30 02/05/2019 16:30 Panel: Achieving a ‘Zero Harm’ approach - Changing the fundamentals to put People and Health & Safety first
  • Introduction: ILO Safety and Health in Mining Convention No. 176 – Defining roles and responsibilities and examining outcomes achieved to date
  • Discussing the alarming rate of incidents in the global mining context and the need to fundamentally change our approach to mine leadership and put people first
  • Redefining mine site culture: What should be done to ensure maximum compliance, enhance disclosure and improve transparency around H&S reporting?
  • Health and Safety beyond the mine: How do we evaluate impacts on livelihoods and extend ‘Zero Harm’ approach to Artisanal Miners and communities?
  • Forecasting & Risk Prevention in the context of the 4th Industrial Revolution: How can technologies help us to identify critical controls of the fatal risks and accidents?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Panel: Achieving a ‘Zero Harm’ approach - Changing the fundamentals to put People and Health & Safety first

  • Introduction: ILO Safety and Health in Mining Convention No. 176 – Defining roles and responsibilities and examining outcomes achieved to date
  • Discussing the alarming rate of incidents in the global mining context and the need to fundamentally change our approach to mine leadership and put people first
  • Redefining mine site culture: What should be done to ensure maximum compliance, enhance disclosure and improve transparency around H&S reporting?
  • Health and Safety beyond the mine: How do we evaluate impacts on livelihoods and extend ‘Zero Harm’ approach to Artisanal Miners and communities?
  • Forecasting & Risk Prevention in the context of the 4th Industrial Revolution: How can technologies help us to identify critical controls of the fatal risks and accidents?

Moderators

5 February

16:35 - 16:40

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 16:35 02/05/2019 16:40 Closing Remarks CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Sustainable Development Day

Closing Remarks

Young Leaders Programme

Developing the next generation of talent for Africa's mining sector

5 February

00:00 - 00:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2019 00:00 02/05/2019 00:00 Session Session description CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Young Leaders Programme

Session

Session description

Moderators

Speakers

Registration

Day 3

Additional Networking

6 February

14:15 - 15:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 14:15 02/06/2019 15:00 Panel: Public-Private Alliances for Responsible Sourcing of African Metals & Minerals
  • Sourcing in conflict-affected and high-risk areas: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks?
  • Defining the role of Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on the Conflict Minerals front?
  • Building transparency along the supply chain to reduce financial risks and limit the number of social conflicts: What do producers, end users and national regulators need to have in place to achieve that?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Panel: Public-Private Alliances for Responsible Sourcing of African Metals & Minerals

  • Sourcing in conflict-affected and high-risk areas: OECD Framework and other practical tools for companies to better understand and mitigate supply chain risks?
  • Defining the role of Financial Institutions: Strategic client due diligence and other measures that need to be undertaken to enhance responsible supply chains
  • What is the scope for international cooperation on the Conflict Minerals front?
  • Building transparency along the supply chain to reduce financial risks and limit the number of social conflicts: What do producers, end users and national regulators need to have in place to achieve that?

Moderators

6 February

16:20 - 17:05

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 16:20 02/06/2019 17:05 Panel: Canada-Africa: Improving public sector capacity and governance by means of cooperation
  • Addressing the need for stronger institutions: Closing capacity gaps and strengthening institutional partnerships
  • Trust and Inclusion: Increasing backward linkages from Mining Investment to promote development and build trust among local communities
  • Discussing visible outcomes achieved to date: Establishing transparent and consistent mining licensing system that considers the need to address environmental, social and gender dimensions
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Additional Networking

Panel: Canada-Africa: Improving public sector capacity and governance by means of cooperation

  • Addressing the need for stronger institutions: Closing capacity gaps and strengthening institutional partnerships
  • Trust and Inclusion: Increasing backward linkages from Mining Investment to promote development and build trust among local communities
  • Discussing visible outcomes achieved to date: Establishing transparent and consistent mining licensing system that considers the need to address environmental, social and gender dimensions

Moderators

Intergovernmental summit

Ministers from Africa and across the globe charting the future of the sector.

6 February

09:00 - 09:05

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 09:00 02/06/2019 09:05 Official Welcome CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Official Welcome

6 February

09:05 - 09:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 09:05 02/06/2019 09:20 Opening Address CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Opening Address

6 February

09:20 - 10:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 09:20 02/06/2019 10:00 Keynote Address & Interview: The unification of Energy & Minerals Governance in South Africa: Driving a ‘just transition’ and mapping out the future
  • What does the integration mean for operators and investors in the Energy & Mining sector?
  • What are the biggest common challenges to be resolved across the two sectors and is there a mapped-out strategy for the coming year?
  • Planning a “just transition”: How is the inevitable shift away from coal is going to affect the South African economy, workers and communities?
  • The African Continental Free Trade Agreement: What are the implications for the Energy & Mining related trade activities?
  • How is the Mining Charter reflecting the need for integration and what are the long-terms goals?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Keynote Address & Interview: The unification of Energy & Minerals Governance in South Africa: Driving a ‘just transition’ and mapping out the future

  • What does the integration mean for operators and investors in the Energy & Mining sector?
  • What are the biggest common challenges to be resolved across the two sectors and is there a mapped-out strategy for the coming year?
  • Planning a “just transition”: How is the inevitable shift away from coal is going to affect the South African economy, workers and communities?
  • The African Continental Free Trade Agreement: What are the implications for the Energy & Mining related trade activities?
  • How is the Mining Charter reflecting the need for integration and what are the long-terms goals?

Moderators

6 February

10:00 - 10:45

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 10:00 02/06/2019 10:45 Spotlight Discussion: Navigating Mineral Taxation & Resource Nationalism across Africa: Resolving challenges and Rebalancing Public-Private relationships
  • Designing effective mining tax systems: What are the guidelines and best practices effective in the African context and how to balance the generation of public benefits and provision of investment incentives?
  • Resolving challenges: Controversy, lack of transparency, institutional capacity and accurate economic data, how should governments cooperate to resolve these issues?
  • Evaluating resource nationalism trends across African jurisdictions: What to expect and how should international investors and companies prepare to mitigate risks?
  • What explains the ups and downs of Resource Nationalism in Africa, and what are the lessons to be learned beyond African boarders?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Spotlight Discussion: Navigating Mineral Taxation & Resource Nationalism across Africa: Resolving challenges and Rebalancing Public-Private relationships

  • Designing effective mining tax systems: What are the guidelines and best practices effective in the African context and how to balance the generation of public benefits and provision of investment incentives?
  • Resolving challenges: Controversy, lack of transparency, institutional capacity and accurate economic data, how should governments cooperate to resolve these issues?
  • Evaluating resource nationalism trends across African jurisdictions: What to expect and how should international investors and companies prepare to mitigate risks?
  • What explains the ups and downs of Resource Nationalism in Africa, and what are the lessons to be learned beyond African boarders?

Moderators

6 February

10:45 - 12:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 10:45 02/06/2019 12:10 Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 1. Southern Africa Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 1. Southern Africa

Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 

Moderators

Speakers

6 February

12:10 - 13:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 12:10 02/06/2019 13:00 Panel: Strategic management of ESG risks: The one and only route towards the long-term success in Africa
  • How could strategic consideration of ESG performance parameters improve sustainability of the mining portfolios without compromising return goals, and even enhance risk-adjusted returns in the long term?
  • What are the key ESG parameters assessed by investors and the main drivers of improved ESG performance among mining companies?
  • What can be done to enhance the accuracy and availability of the ESG data and promote transparency and disclosure among mining companies?
  • What are the key obstacles to the successful implementation of ESG policies and how could businesses cooperate with governments to enhance ESG performance?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Panel: Strategic management of ESG risks: The one and only route towards the long-term success in Africa

  • How could strategic consideration of ESG performance parameters improve sustainability of the mining portfolios without compromising return goals, and even enhance risk-adjusted returns in the long term?
  • What are the key ESG parameters assessed by investors and the main drivers of improved ESG performance among mining companies?
  • What can be done to enhance the accuracy and availability of the ESG data and promote transparency and disclosure among mining companies?
  • What are the key obstacles to the successful implementation of ESG policies and how could businesses cooperate with governments to enhance ESG performance?

Moderators

6 February

13:00 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

6 February

14:00 - 14:15

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 14:00 02/06/2019 14:15 Ministerial Address: Saudi Arabia CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Ministerial Address: Saudi Arabia

6 February

15:00 - 15:15

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 15:00 02/06/2019 15:15 Ministerial Address: India CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Ministerial Address: India

Moderators

6 February

15:15 - 16:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 15:15 02/06/2019 16:20 Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 2. West Africa Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 2. West Africa

Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 

Moderators

6 February

17:05 - 17:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 17:05 02/06/2019 17:50 Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 3. Central, North and East Africa Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Intergovernmental Summit

Ministerial Presentations and Q&A Block 3. Central, North and East Africa

Presentations: The latest legislative updates, emerging opportunities and ongoing development
Q&A: Regional challenges and prospects for collaboration between the countries
 

Moderators

Mining 2050

The future of mining - how should you innovate and where should you invest?

6 February

00:00 - 00:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/06/2019 00:00 02/06/2019 00:00 Session test CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Mining 2050

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