Open Discussions with Mining Ministers
The Intergovernmental Summit is an open platform for African Ministers and senior government decision-makers from across the globe to debate on the most challenging issues affecting the mining sector and improve bilateral trade and economic relationships between Africa and the rest of the world.
Natural Resource Ministers from the top mining investment jurisdictions in Africa toke to the stage to highlight the key developments in each country transforming it into the business-friendly investment destination on the continent.
A series of interactive ministerial discussions highlighted the collaboration between African countries and the mining-intensive economies of the world.
Key discussion topics include:
- The energy crisis and the just transition: How are countries and jurisdictions balancing these priorities in the COP27 content?
- Transparency, framework development and the cross-border collaboration
- Spotlight discussion and onstage Q&A
- Battery metals: Nickel, cobalt, and lithium
- Future enabling metals and minerals
- Ministerial addresses
Africa Energy & Resources Leader
Commissioner for Economic Development, Trade, Tourism, Industry, and Minerals
Africa Union Commission (AUC)
Vice Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources for Mining Affairs
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Minister of Mineral Resources and Petroleum
Republic of Angola
Deputy Minister, Mineral Resources and Energy
Republic of South Africa
Minister of Minerals & Energy
Republic of Botswana
Minister of Mines and Minerals Development
Republic of Zambia
Minister of State, Mines & Steel Development
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Minister of Mines and Energy
Republic of Namibia
Head of Metals & Mining
Partner & Former Chief Commissioner
Webber Wentzel & International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa