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    Following the hugely successful virtual conference at the beginning of February, Investing in African Mining Indaba delivered the second part of its 2021 online-only experience on March 30-31. The Virtual Investment Programme aimed to provide an exclusive digital space for deal making in lieu of the various meeting rooms and...

    Setting aside the disappointment felt by the international mining community in terms of not being able to converge in Cape Town for the 27th annual Investing in African Mining Indaba, its head of content Tom Quinn promised to deliver a virtual event with the same high-level content and thought-provoking...

    There may have been some wishful thinkers within the global mining community hoping that the 27th annual Investing in African Mining Indaba would go ahead as normal in sunny Cape Town this year, particularly after the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic was suppressed in South...

    There aren’t many better places in the world to visit than Cape Town in early February, and there is no mining investment conference in the world larger than the Investing in African Mining Indaba. These are the two key reasons why the Indaba is so...

    On the eve of its landmark 25th anniversary, the Investing in African in African Mining Indaba promised an event that would be bigger and better than ever before in 2019. This seemed like a tall order considering the Indaba is already the world’s largest mining investment...