AfricaMaVal- Mining Indaba 2024
AfricaMaVal at Mining Indaba 2024: Join Us for Geosciences and Critical Minerals Advancements!

AfricaMaVal is delighted to announce its presence at Mining Indaba 2024, taking place in Cape Town from February 5-8. Since 1994, Mining Indaba has been the cornerstone for deal sourcing and corporate matchmaking within the African mining industry. This year, we are thrilled to participate under the theme ‘Embracing the power of positive disruption: A bold new future for African mining.’, which promises interesting discussions.

🚀 Join us at Booth T36 & T38 as part of Team Europe with PanAfGeo project to explore the latest innovations in Geosciences and Critical Minerals.

🎙️ Panel Discussion: Don’t miss our insightful panel discussion on Monday 5 february at 3 pm, featuring speakers:

AfricaMaVal invites you to be part of the dialogue, embrace positive disruption, and lead the way in revolutionizing the present and future of the African mining industry alongside our PanAfGeo partners. We look forward to meeting you at Mining Indaba 2024!


AfricaMaVal Workshop at the Mining Indaba on ‘Mobilizing public funds to promote investments into Africa’s strategic metal value chains’ February 08, 09:00 – 12:45 

Want to find out how public funds and political/strategic support from the EU, the US and Africa can promote investments into strategic metals value-chain projects in Africa?

Join the AfricaMaVal workshop February 08, from 09:00 to 12:45 at Watershed, 17 Dock Rd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002, which brings together the insights and voices of the European Commmission, the US State Department, the African Development Bank, the World Bank, EIT RawMaterials, KfW, AFD-Proparco, LGI Sustainable Innovation, the European Investment Bank and mining sector professionals to discuss how the joint efforts of political promotion and the guarantees of public funds could improve and strengthen investments into critical and strategic mineral/metal projects in Africa.

This workshop offers the opportunity to understand how major powers support investments into this field, and what role public funds could take, for instance through de-risking projects.

On the other hand, the event also allows for a dedicated view from the ground? How do beneficiaries view the support, what could be improved, and how can collaboration be optimized?

Why join?

  • Inputs of policy makers, public funds representatives and the mining industry as to how combine efforts to promote investments into strategic mineral/metal projects in Africa
  • Opportunity to interact with EU, US, AfDB and World Bank representatives, as well as with leading public funds and the mining industry
  • Opportunity to understand the complex interaction between politics, public funds and commercial credit

The event is a live workshop. Access is free of charge, but registration is required.

More info and agenda:

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