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Thought leaders, influential CEOs, investors, and government will be contributing to frank, open conversations about all matters relating to the mining industry.at the 5th Joburg Indaba taking place on 4-5 October 2017 at the Inanda Club, Johannesburg.

Once again chaired by Bernard Swanepoel, the central thread of conversation at this year’s event is how all stakeholders can regain the trust of investors in South African mining.  Local and international headline speakers are set to share and debate the visions of a modernised sector, and how to maximise value out of mines for stakeholders and the country.

The sharing of opposing insights and blunt debates are a distinct flavour of this event and will get off to a hot start when delegates discuss just how South Africa can pave the way forward as a modernised mining industry, and do so in a more inclusive and completely transformed industry.

A team of international investment experts including Jim Rutherford, Non-Executive Board Member, Anglo American and Frank Beaudry, Equity Investment Analyst, Capital Group, London are tasked with tackling the all-important question of how the mining sector will regain the trust of investors.

“More than 500 top mining stakeholders will openly share their views on how South African mining entities can achieve not only their own, but a broader purpose, by using the rights skills to grow the local mining sector”, states CEO Joburg Indaba, Paula Munsie.

Global and local brands have continued to pledge their support for this increasingly popular event. Lead Sponsor: PwC and Co-Lead Sponsor J.P. Morgan are joined by others including Deloitte, Standard Bank; DRA, ENSafrica, KPMG, The MSA Group, RMB, Anglo American; Harmony Gold; Sibanye Gold, South32, African Rainbow Minerals, Canyon Coal, Implats, and Vedanta Resources.

Don’t miss the change to experience this unique event and an exhilarating glimpse into the future world of mining. Visit www.joburgindaba.com to register today.