East & Central Africa Mining Forum
Although this year’s live Africa Mining Forum had to be postponed until November next year, organiser Clarion Events Africa will host the five-day, comprehensive digital line-up next month.
"I am sure that Rwanda is ready to create value addition value within the mining sector."
Africa Mining Forum will progressively establish itself as the platform for emerging mining countries looking at promising juniors projects.
Rwanda is leading the way in regional mining ambitions. This was evident from large number of delegates that attended the first ever East and Mining Forum.
East and Central Africa Mining Forum annual meeting place enables East and Central Africa mining stakeholders to share and present their policies setting in the region. Evolving the mining conference towards a regional exhibition will allow us to create a consistent platform for solid trade partnerships.
Rwanda has the capability to represent the entire east African region. It boasts an operating gold refinery and is building a tin refinery as well.
"Long-term relationships between host governments and foreign investors need to be better regulated," says Peter Leon from Herbert Smith Freehills.
Peter Leon from Herbert Smith Freehills recently adressed delegates at ECAMF in Kigali about the governance of Africa’s mineral resources.