Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame

Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame

Head of Department, Natural Resources and Environment ENS Africa

Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame is head of ENSafrica’s Natural Resources and Environment department.  She specialises in all aspects of mining law and acts for a wide range of mining companies in all mineral commodity sectors, including the base and precious metals, coal, rare earths, sand and diamonds sectors. 

Ntsiki’s experience covers a broad range of areas, including ESG; mergers and acquisitions; conducting mining and oil and gas due diligence; mining and petroleum titles; and various types of agreements, from project inception to execution. She has experience in disputes in the mining and petroleum sectors, including judicial review of administrative decisions. She also advises in regard to aspects of mineral royalties, environmental aspects of mining law, and stakeholder aspects in the mining sector. 

Ntsiki is an expert in all aspects of local development, including local content regulations, community development, local economic empowerment and black economic empowerment in the mining sector across the African continent, in accordance with The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (MPRDA) and the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry (Mining Charter). 

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Tuesday 10/05/2022

From 14:30 To 16:30

05/10/2022 14:30 05/10/2022 16:30 A New Lens on State Equity Participation: Assessing Africa’s Risks and Rewards in a Changing Global Context

The World Bank and African Legal Support Facility welcome you to the African Mining Legislation Atlas (AMLA) Toolkit Launch. AMLA has developed two knowledge products (“Toolkits”) focused on proposing strategies that enable practical implementation of the Guiding Template’s provisions on (i) state equity participation and (ii) local development and community engagement. These Toolkits will provide publicly accessible information and analysis of various legal approaches to address these two important areas in inclusive mineral development. As part of the launch, AMLA will host a panel discussion to address experiences in and evolving approaches to state equity participation.

 

   

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"A New Lens on State Equity Participation: Assessing Africa’s Risks and Rewards in a Changing Global Context"

Demetrios Papathanasiou Hon. Paul Chanda Kabuswe Mr. Aboubacar Kagbè Touré Nneoma Veronica Nwogu Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame Olivier Pognon Ronald Chari Scot Anderson Sheila Khama
Time and date

Tuesday 10/05/2022

From 14:30 To 16:30

05/10/2022 14:30 05/10/2022 16:30 A New Lens on State Equity Participation: Assessing Africa’s Risks and Rewards in a Changing Global Context

The World Bank and African Legal Support Facility welcome you to the African Mining Legislation Atlas (AMLA) Toolkit Launch. AMLA has developed two knowledge products (“Toolkits”) focused on proposing strategies that enable practical implementation of the Guiding Template’s provisions on (i) state equity participation and (ii) local development and community engagement. These Toolkits will provide publicly accessible information and analysis of various legal approaches to address these two important areas in inclusive mineral development. As part of the launch, AMLA will host a panel discussion to address experiences in and evolving approaches to state equity participation.

 

   

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