East & Central Africa Mining Forum

About East & Central Africa Mining Forum 2019

We are delighted to inform you of the upcoming edition of the East & Central Africa Mining Forum to be held in Kigali, Rwanda from 28-29 October 2019.

Ivanhoe discusses opportunities in Rwanda

Ivanhoe recognizes that exploration and mine development is a long-term process and has a proven track record of developing mineral resources.

Mining pioneers to meet at East & Central Africa Mining Forum...

Regional success stories in the mining sector and financial incentives for exploration and investment part of discussions in Rwanda this month.

Graphite project in Tanzania is the find of a lifetime

Walkabout Resources has a long history of exploration and resource development in Africa, and the phrase "Aussies know how” explains the company perfectly.

ECAMF welcomes ministers from Tanzania, South Sudan and DRC

The programme features a ministerial panel, mining pioneers who will share their experiences in the field, and current success stories will be highlighted.

Technological solutions to save water and energy

Flowserve offers more than 100 distinct pump models and a wide range of valve and mechanical seal products.

Analysis: at the start of any mining venture

Spectrometer Technologies serves the mining industry in Sub Saharan Africa with high quality analytical THERMO NITON X-ray Spectrometers.
AVZ Minerals

“Next upsurge in commodity cycle 6-12 months away”

We are 6 to 12 months away from the advent of the next upsurge in the commodity cycle says Dr Tony Harwood, CEO of Montero Mining.

“The potential of the Li-ion battery recycling industry is enormous”

Rwanda and the region are important sources of many of the technology metals that are essential building blocks of the energy and mobility revolution.

Investing in a smelter in Rwanda

The smelter is equipped with an electric arc furnace which can currently process ca. 300 tonnes of cassiterite concentrate.

Untapped mining opportunities in Rwanda

"We believe mining opportunities in Rwanda and the region are not yet fully tapped and there is still room for developing more business opportunities."

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