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Globally Recognized Mining Confab For Africa
Date Uploaded: Jan 15, 2015

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair




Globally Recognized Mining Confab For Africa

MONROVIA, January 15 (LINA) - The 2015 Investing in African Mining Indaba Conference takes place from February 9-12 in Cape Town, South Africa, featuring an array of globally-recognized economic visionaries and mining leaders.

At the occasion, some of Africa’s largest deal-makers for about 7,000 delegates are slated to arrive from more than 110 countries.

A dispatch from South Africa distributed by African Press Organization (APO) on behalf of Mining Indaba notes that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair  will deliver the keynote address to be followed by more than 70 speakers.

The Mining Indaba unites investors and dealmakers from around the world with attractive mining opportunities throughout all of Africa.

The conference places emphasis on the countless investment opportunities in the sector from majors to juniors; brown fields to exploration. 


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