Ministerial Symposium

Creating stronger public-private cooperation at the highest level

Strictly a private event

The highly prestigious invite-only annual engagement helps create stronger public-private cooperation and encourages the highest level of development planning. Gathering the most prominent mining CEOs and African mining Ministers for open and free-flowing discussions under the Chatham House rule.

It is a unique opportunity for Chief Executives to sit down with host Ministers and openly discuss ongoing challenges and pressing concerns, including; evolving towards a low-carbon economy & responsible extraction, enhancing industry's environmental, social & governance profiles and address the challenges of the future through the prism of innovation whilst building trust between companies and governments to help ministers form effective and business-enabling mining policies.
It is the only event in Africa that engages industry leaders of this magnitude for open and free-flowing discussions.

Download the report: Insights from Mining Leaders

Stay ahead of the curve with exclusive insights from leaders in African mining. This summary reported, complied by Andrew Lane, Energy, Resources & Industrials Leader at Deloitte Africa, pulls back the curtain on this gathering and reveals what the industry's top minds are currently prioritising.

The confidential nature of the Symposium allowed for a level of honesty that is impossible to achieve in a public platform. Can you afford not to find out what leaders including Deshnee Naidoo (CEO, Vedanta Zinc), Louis Watum (MD: DRC, Ivanhoe Mines) and Roger Baxter (CEO, Minerals Council of South Africa) really think?