Hard talking on African mining

From ONE Wed Feb 13 2013, 16:04:09

The annual African Mining Indaba is the world's largest gathering of mining professionals. This year it brought 7500 investors, corporates, government officials, advocates and academics to Cape Town's International Convention Centre for four days of discussion about the state of Africa's mining sector. Photo caption: Attendees at the African Mining Indaba. Photo credit: World Gold Council. While [...]

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