Since 1994, Investing in African Mining Indaba has been the #1 place for deal sourcing and corporate matchmaking for the African mining industry. It has and continues to serve as the most comprehensive gathering for investment, finance, innovation, and transformation to support end-to-end value creation.
In 2024 we aim to elevate the Mining Indaba experience through our theme: 'Embracing the power of positive disruption: A bold new future for African mining' - which will encourage and support the needed change and disruption the African mining industry needs to move forward. Because the industry being in the early onset of disruption, with advancements in technology, health & safety, environment and exploration to name a few, we believe it is time to put the real issues on the agenda – outlining the true investment inhibitors and how these ultimately feed into new opportunities.
Join us from 5-8 February 2024 and experience Mining Indaba as we initiate the conversations on embracing change and leading positive disruption that would revolutionise the present, and the future of the industry.
Embracing the current vision of the African mining industry to encourage change and positive disruption, #MI24 will bring together industry experts, future leaders and visionaries paving the path for the future of Africa's mining industry.
Be a part of #MI24 and build your pipeline for 2024 and beyond. Get in front of the most prominent C-suite executives, investors, and decision-makers with bespoke opportunities and leverage the platform presented by the world's largest African mining investment event.
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“First of all, I want to thank the organisers of Mining Indaba because, in this particular forum, we have been able to create new networks, we have been able to learn new technologies, we have also been able to learn quite a number of issues relating to legislation and framework and, more importantly, how to deal with the value chain in mineral processing so that as investments in mining happen, we also have benefits shared across the value chain within the stakeholders."
Hon. Salim Mvurya, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Mining, Republic of Kenya