Thu, 11 Feb 2016 09:31 - Updated Thu, 11 Feb 2016 09:31
South Africa: Penultimate day of Mining Indaba event reserved for AfBD
Cape Town - Last Wednesday, the third day of the International Mining Conference, also dubbed Mining Indaba, happening in South Africa from 8 to 11 February, was reserved for the intervention of the African Development Bank (AfBD), focussing on issues like natural resources, infrastructures, investments and technical assistance.
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South Africa: International Mining Conference, 8-11 February, 2016
Photo: preparado Zita Gonçalves
In this edition of Mining Indaba Angola, represented in the event by the public National Diamonds Company (Endiama-EP), will not deliver an official communication. However, the country has been making contacts with a view to attracting investors for the mining sector, reason why it is participating in this event which is being attended by over one hundred countries, financiers and executives.
This year’s meeting is aimed at finding mechanisms that can help to overcome the difficulties in the world’s mining sector, seeking innovation, new technologies, better work and living conditions for workers, as well as ways to put an end to corruption.
Mining Indaba, which ends this Thursday, is an opportunity for countries to discuss and analyse their respective situation in the domain of minerals and find ways to mitigate the impact of the international crisis.
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Cape Town - The Annual Mining Conference (Mining Indaba) that gathers investors, government officials, executives and industrials in the mining sector, opened Monday in Cape Town, South Africa.
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Luanda - The subsector of diamonds in Angola this year expects to reach the production of 8.9 million carats against 8.8 carats produced in 2015, according to a document from the Ministry of Geology and Mining.