Mining Indaba’s 24th edition, which took place 5-8 February 2018 in Cape Town, saw a fresh revamp of branding and direction, resulting in a 15% increase in attendance, most notably with a 47% increase in mining executives.
Honouring individuals who have shown exceptional leadership in the South African Mining Industry since democracy.
Corridors of development and Special Economic Zones are creating conducive conditions for investors in Limpopo Province.
Mpumalanga Province has much to offer local and international investors in the mining, agriculture, forestry, manufacturing and tourism sectors.
Whether it involves transporting workers to and from work, catering or maintenance, there is a great deal of work to be done that goes beyond the core business of diamond mining.
Botswana is currently the largest exporter of soda ash to the SADC and the beneficiation thereof offers various attractive investment opportunities.
The fly ash will be supplied by Eskom-owned power stations located in Mpumalanga.
The Department of Trade and Industry (dti) is optimistic that South Africa’s Special Economic Zones (SEZs) will attract foreign direct investment (FDI).
Over the past 18 years the Coega SEZ has attracted 42 operational investors worth a combined investment value of R7-billion, and created 100 000 jobs.
Projects in key sectors of the Botswana economy offers opportunities for investment across the spectrum.