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Tuesday 16 February


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AMN was established to develop and build relationships across Africa’s mining community,
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The next event is Tuesday February 16, 2016 at The Wanderers Club, 21 North Street, Illovo,  Johannesburg, South Africa.

Cost of three course dinner, networking and presentation is: R550


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Report on Roger Baxter’s address at November African Mining Network event (click here)

African Mining Network 2016 dates:

Tuesday, 16 February

Thursday, 14 April

Thursday, 23 June

Thursday, 18 August

Thursday, 27 October

Thursday, 1 December

Past Events

View our past events and download the guest speaker presentation.
To view all past events, go to our Presentations page. Our two latest presentations are listed below.

01 Dec, 2015

The Future of the South African Mining Industry

By Roger Baxter, CEO, Chamber of Mines of South Africa  

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What the Attendees say:


It was really worth it to attend the event. Mr Briggs was outstanding. The environment was so very accepting and what a dinner.

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Comments by Yolanda Torrisi

24 Nov, 2015

Malawi improves exploration geological data to attract investment

Malawi is somewhat different to other African countries in that it does not rely on its mineral exports. It only has one operating mine – a $185 million uranium project in the north of the country. The country has recently made new mineral discoveries following a $30 million geophysical survey sponsored by the World Bank […]

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18 Nov, 2015

DRC gold production continues to rise

A proposed revision of the mining code in the Democratic Republic of Congo did little to dampen the spirit of gold production in the country. Gold production rose sharply in the second quarter and copper production also picked up. Production was 8123kg of gold, which was up 79 per cent from 4528kg over the same […]

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11 Nov, 2015

Ethiopia working to raise profile of mining

The Ethiopian government is making a concerted effort to showcase the country’s mineral potential. KEFI Minerals is one of the country’s standout performers. KEFI has projects in Saudi Arabia and Ethiopia and is at final bidding stage for contracts for construction of the Tulu Kapi processing plant and operation of the mine. Tulu Kapi Gold […]

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This week’s African Mining Network news

24 Nov, 2015

ZIMBABWE: Sable signs MoU for coal-fired power plant

Sable Mining, the AIM-listed exploration and development company, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a view to developing a 600 MW coal-fired power plant at the company’s 19,236 ha Lubu coal project in Zimbabwe, with CITIC Construction Co, a subsidiary of CITIC Group, a Chinese-based construction and services provider. Under the terms […]

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24 Nov, 2015

NAMIBIA: Next Graphite relaunches graphite mine

Next Graphite is a development-stage resource company focused on advancing its Aukam graphite project in Namibia. The past producing graphite mine is estimated to contain up to 4 million tonnes of high-grade, large flake graphite. The Aukam project hosts a high-grade vein-type deposit with medium to large flake distribution. Vein-type graphite mining is associated with […]

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24 Nov, 2015

ZIMBABWE: Pickstone-Peerless mine starts producing

Vast Resources the AIM-listed resource development and production company, has started production at its 584 hectare Pickstone-Peerless Gold Mine in Zimbabwe with its first gold smelt producing 8.5kg of gold bullion. This will be delivered to the Fidelity refinery in Harare. Pickstone-Peerless has a current JORC Resource of 62 million tonnes grading 1.8 grams/tonne, containing […]

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