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President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed to attend Mining Indaba's 25th Anniversary

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa is confirmed to attend African event.

President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed to attend Mining Indaba's 25th Anniversary President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed to attend Mining Indaba's 25th Anniversary President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed to attend Mining Indaba's 25th Anniversary President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed to attend Mining Indaba's 25th Anniversary President Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed to attend Mining Indaba's 25th Anniversary

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South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa is confirmed to attend Investing in African Mining Indaba, the landmark event for the mining industry taking place every year in Cape Town. President Ramaphosa will be joined by the President of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo and is set to bring his investment and reform agenda to the largest mining investment gathering occurring next week.

President Ramaphosa, who became the leader of South Africa in February last year, is famous for being an anti-apartheid activist, trade union leader and successful businessman. Since coming to power, he has made a radical overhaul of South Africa's economy a priority for his leadership, with a focus on growth, youth employment, land reform and tackling social inequality. To achieve this, he announced last year a drive to secure $100 billion of foreign investment for South Africa and has conducted several successful trade missions.

As one of the driving forces behind South Africa's historic economic development, the mining sector will inevitably play a large part in President Ramaphosa's future plans. He is expected to address mining industry stakeholders from across the world at the Cape Town International Convention Centre and take part in Mining Indaba's 25th anniversary, a special event which will celebrate twenty-five years of progress in African mining.

Following a dynamic rebrand in 2018 that took Mining Indaba back to its roots of being a deal-focused investment conference, the 2019 event is set to make an even bigger splash with two heads of state and thirty-five ministers confirmed to speak already, with more expected. Themes include resource nationalism, innovations in technology, battery metals, diversity in mining and sustainable development.

Harry Chapman, Director of Content, commented on the exciting news saying: "As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Mining Indaba, we are very honoured to be joined by President Cyril Ramaphosa. We see ourselves as having an important role to play in the market and in helping drive investment into African mining, but also to champion sustainability and economic development. This ties into continental wide themes, particularly in South Africa with President Ramaphosa's investment drive so we couldn't be more excited to be welcoming him to Mining Indaba next week. This will be a fantastic opportunity for delegates to hear about the President's plans for driving growth and investment in the mining sector in South Africa."

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About Investing in African Mining Indaba: Investing in African Mining Indaba is the largest mining investment event in Africa. With a proven track record of bringing together Ministers, senior Government representatives, Mining Companies, Mid and Junior Miners, Investors, professional services as well as mining equipment and service providers, Mining Indaba is the place to meet everybody who's anybody in the African and global mining industry. It is the must-attend event that drives the mining industry forward, provides attendees with an unmatched access to the entire value chain and the most influential players in African mining for four days of high quality content, deal-making and networking opportunities.

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Investing in African Mining Indaba is returning to Cape Town from 4-7 February 2019 to celebrate its 25th anniversary and biggest event yet…

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Investing in African Mining Indaba is returning to Cape Town from 4-7 February 2019 to celebrate its 25th anniversary and biggest event yet…

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