AMN was established to develop and build relationships across Africa’s mining community,
and give the world a preview of what is happening in mining in Africa.
The next event is Thursday November 26, 2015 at The Wanderers Club, 21 North Street, Illovo, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Cost of three course dinner, networking and Roger Baxter presentation is: R550
DRINKS SESSION SPONSOR
CEO, Chamber of Mines of South Africa
PRESENTATION: The future of the South African mining industry
Mr Roger Baxter is the Chief Executive Officer at the Chamber of Mines of South Africa. He was appointed CEO in May this year.
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Rowan and I really appreciated the function last night. A bit of nostalgia for me as the last time I was inside the Rand Club was in 1981! As first time visitors we were keen to circulate, talk shop and hand over business cards. This was achieved in the bar with great value. We could see many people were keen to meet new people but time was limited. Looking forward to the one next month. Well done and keep it going.Read More Testimonials
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