Join us at the biggest African mining event in North America - our 20th Annual African Mining Breakfast and MineAfrica's 17th Annual Investing in African Mining seminar with Premier Sponsor SGS on Tuesday March 5, 2019 during PDAC in Toronto.
This sell-out event features an opening address by an African Mining Minister and a keynote address by the CEO of a mining company active in Africa. Following breakfast is a networking coffee break and then a series of presentations in four concurrent seminar rooms featuring updates by public and private mining companies on their African projects, country overviews by African mining ministers and delegates and presentations on current trends and doing business in Africa's mining industry by expert advisors.
Our 2019 Premier Sponsor for the tenth consecutive year is SGS.
Herbert Smith Freehills is a corporate sponsor. Global Affairs Canada, Falcon Drilling, Lycopodium, Osino Resources, Hatch and SENET are sponsors for 2019.
The morning features an opening address by The Hon H.E. Ato Melese Alemu, Minister of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Gas, Republic of Ethiopia and a keynote address by a senior mining executive active in Africa.
Immediately following breakfast is a networking coffee break followed by concurrent presentations in four seminar rooms featuring project updates by public and private mining companies, country overviews by African mining ministers and delegations from Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Guinea, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal and Sudan, and presentations on current trends in Africa's mining industry by expert advisors.
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- Hear current project updates by senior executives of public and private mining companies on their African mining projects.
- Gain practical, expert knowledge about operating and doing business in Africa's mining industry by expert advisors.
- Learn firsthand about investment opportunities in African mining projects.
- Meet African mining ministers.
- Make valuable contacts through high-level networking opportunities.
The Chamber is also pleased to be a partner in MineAfrica's 9th Annual Panel Discussion on Africa's Mining Industry on Sunday March 3, 2019. For more information on this event visit www.mineafrica.com or email Wayne Floreani.