Event Programme

3 February - 6 February

Monday 3rd Feb

Main Stage

3 February

08:49 - 08:51

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 08:49 02/03/2020 08:51 Welcome & Official Opening: Mining Indaba 2020 CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Welcome & Official Opening: Mining Indaba 2020

Speakers

Liezel van der Westhuizen
Global MC & Keynote Speaker
Mpho Makwana
Chair of the Advisory Board , Mining Indaba

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3 February

08:55 - 09:15

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 08:55 02/03/2020 09:15 Welcome to Mining Indaba from the DMRE CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Welcome to Mining Indaba from the DMRE

Speakers

Hon. Gwede Mantashe
Minister of Mineral Resources & Energy , Republic of South Africa

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3 February

09:15 - 09:45

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 09:15 02/03/2020 09:45 Presidential Address - Sierra Leone CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Presidential Address - Sierra Leone

Speakers

His Excellency Julius Maada Bio
President , Sierra Leone

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3 February

10:15 - 10:45

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 10:15 02/03/2020 10:45 Prime Ministerial Address - Democratic Republic of Congo CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Prime Ministerial Address - Democratic Republic of Congo

Speakers

Hon. Prof. Sylvestre Ilunga Ilunkamba
Prime Minister , Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo

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3 February

10:45 - 10:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 10:45 02/03/2020 10:50 Opening Remarks CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Opening Remarks

Speakers

Mpho Makwana
Chair of the Advisory Board , Mining Indaba

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3 February

10:50 - 11:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 10:50 02/03/2020 11:30 The Brand of Mining: Connecting the Future of Mining With Next-Generation Values
  • Sustainability of operations
  • Decarbonisation of the supply chain
  • Industry response to climate change
  • Realigning mining’s image problem with its role in global electrification
  • Mining materials as the cornerstone of the energy transition
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

The Brand of Mining: Connecting the Future of Mining With Next-Generation Values

  • Sustainability of operations
  • Decarbonisation of the supply chain
  • Industry response to climate change
  • Realigning mining’s image problem with its role in global electrification
  • Mining materials as the cornerstone of the energy transition

Speakers

Mark Cutifani
Chief Executive , Anglo American

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3 February

11:30 - 11:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 11:30 02/03/2020 11:50 Company Insights Updates from Rio Tinto CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insights

Updates from Rio Tinto

Speakers

Bold Bataar
CEO, Energy and Minerals , Rio Tinto

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3 February

11:50 - 12:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 11:50 02/03/2020 12:10 Company Insights Updates from South32 CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insights

Updates from South32

Speakers

Mike Fraser
COO , South 32

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3 February

12:10 - 12:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 12:10 02/03/2020 12:30 Company Insights Updates from Newmont Africa CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insights

Updates from Newmont Africa

Speakers

Francois Hardy
Senior Vice President - Africa Region , Newmont

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3 February

12:30 - 12:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 12:30 02/03/2020 12:50 Company Insight and Q&A Updates from Vedanta Resources CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight and Q&A

Updates from Vedanta Resources

Speakers

Deshnee Naidoo
CEO , Vedanta Zinc International
Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan
CEO , Vedanta Resources

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3 February

12:50 - 13:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 12:50 02/03/2020 13:10 Company Insight and Q&A Updates from AngloGold Ashanti CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight and Q&A

Updates from AngloGold Ashanti

Speakers

Kelvin Dushinsky
CEO , AngloGold Ashanti

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3 February

13:10 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

 

3 February

14:00 - 14:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:00 02/03/2020 14:20 Insight From the Minerals Council of SA CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Insight From the Minerals Council of SA

Speakers

Mxolisi Mgojo
CEO, Exxaro Resources; President of the Minerals Council of SA

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3 February

14:20 - 15:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:20 02/03/2020 15:00 Examining the DRC: The rise of copper & cobalt and where next for the mining code and mining under the new administration?
  • Examining the government’s policy and their current view of the mining sector
  • How does the mining sector see this policy developing further?
  • Where can bridges be built in policy and long-term operational growth?
  • The role of cobalt end-users in supply chain transparency
  • Do African battery metals producers have to be concerned about the United States new Minerals Security Act to begin reducing the United States’ dependence on foreign minerals?
  • Positioning DRC in a positive investment light
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Examining the DRC: The rise of copper & cobalt and where next for the mining code and mining under the new administration?

  • Examining the government’s policy and their current view of the mining sector
  • How does the mining sector see this policy developing further?
  • Where can bridges be built in policy and long-term operational growth?
  • The role of cobalt end-users in supply chain transparency
  • Do African battery metals producers have to be concerned about the United States new Minerals Security Act to begin reducing the United States’ dependence on foreign minerals?
  • Positioning DRC in a positive investment light

Moderators

Anthony Carroll
VP , Manchester Trade Ltd
Hon. Willy Kitobo Samsoni
Minister of Mines , Democratic Republic of the Congo

Speakers

Cyrille Mutombo
DRC Country MD , Barrick Gold
Kirsten Lori Hund
Sr. Mining Specialist with the Energy and Extractives Global Practice , World Bank
Kwasi Ampofo
Metals Analyst , BloombergNEF
Louis Watum
MD DRC Operations , Ivanhoe Mines Ltd

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3 February

15:00 - 16:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 15:00 02/03/2020 16:00 Increasing Battery Metals Production to Boost Africa's Stake in The Vital Global Battery Market In May 2019, Sarah Maryssael, Tesla’s global supply manager for battery metals, told a closed-door Washington gathering of miners, regulators and lawmakers that the automaker sees a shortage of key EV minerals coming in the near future, including copper.
  • DRC: Kamoa-Kakula project - 1.2 million MT in 2018 – Ivanhoe Mines & Zijin Mining Group + CITIC Metal Africa Investments
  • Zambia: 870,000 MT in 2018 - Barrick Gold’s Lumwana, First Quantum Minerals’ Kansanshi, Mopani Copper Mines (majority owned by Glencore) and Konkola Copper Mines, (subsidiary of Vedanta Resources) – 4 mines represent 80% of the country’s yearly copper production
  • World Bank – smart mining
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Increasing Battery Metals Production to Boost Africa's Stake in The Vital Global Battery Market

In May 2019, Sarah Maryssael, Tesla’s global supply manager for battery metals, told a closed-door Washington gathering of miners, regulators and lawmakers that the automaker sees a shortage of key EV minerals coming in the near future, including copper.

  • DRC: Kamoa-Kakula project - 1.2 million MT in 2018 – Ivanhoe Mines & Zijin Mining Group + CITIC Metal Africa Investments
  • Zambia: 870,000 MT in 2018 - Barrick Gold’s Lumwana, First Quantum Minerals’ Kansanshi, Mopani Copper Mines (majority owned by Glencore) and Konkola Copper Mines, (subsidiary of Vedanta Resources) – 4 mines represent 80% of the country’s yearly copper production
  • World Bank – smart mining

Moderators

Steven Fox
CEO , Veracity Worldwide

Speakers

Fortune Mojapelo
CEO , Bushveld Minerals
George Gilchrist
VP, Resources , Ivanhoe Mines
John Startin
Senior MD - Global Metals, Materials and Mining , Evercore
Riccardo Puliti
Global Director - Energy and Extractive Industries , World Bank
Willem Jacobs
COO, Africa & Middle East , Barrick Gold

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3 February

16:00 - 16:40

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 16:00 02/03/2020 16:40 Winning Back the Millennial Generation: How Should Mining Companies Position Themselves to Attract Millennial Investors?
  • What do millennial investors want and how much money will they have to invest in the next 10 years?
  • Examining the importance of purpose and sustainable companies
  • How can the mining sector position itself to the be seen as a key part of the green energy revolution, thereby attracting millennial investors?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Winning Back the Millennial Generation: How Should Mining Companies Position Themselves to Attract Millennial Investors?

  • What do millennial investors want and how much money will they have to invest in the next 10 years?
  • Examining the importance of purpose and sustainable companies
  • How can the mining sector position itself to the be seen as a key part of the green energy revolution, thereby attracting millennial investors?

Moderators

Charles Vivian
Director , Tavistock

Speakers

George Cheveley
Portfolio Manager , Investec Asset Management
Ian McLelland
MD , Edison Group
Mpumi Zikalala
MD - Managed Operations , De Beers Group
Stuart Gale
CFO , Resolute Mining
Tom Butler
CEO , International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM)

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3 February

16:40 - 17:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 16:40 02/03/2020 17:20 Driving West Africa’s Growth Story: How Can the Region Continue to Grow its Gold Production While Being Attractive For Other Commodities?
  • How can West Africa position itself to attract more investment into commodities aside from gold?
  • At the same time, how can West Africa continue to improve its investment environment to grow gold production?
  • Assessing investor interest: Where is attractive for those looking to invest capital?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Driving West Africa’s Growth Story: How Can the Region Continue to Grow its Gold Production While Being Attractive For Other Commodities?

  • How can West Africa position itself to attract more investment into commodities aside from gold?
  • At the same time, how can West Africa continue to improve its investment environment to grow gold production?
  • Assessing investor interest: Where is attractive for those looking to invest capital?

Speakers

Jeff Quartermaine
Managing Director & CEO , Perseus Mining
Laurent Charbonnier
Global Head of Metals & Mining , HSBC
Mark Bristow
President & CEO , Barrick
Samuel Priddy
Director , PW Mining & Minna Resources
Sebastien de Montessus
President & CEO , Endeavour Mining
Tawanda Madondo
Senior Coverage Banker, Natural Resources , Absa CIB

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3 February

17:20 - 18:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 17:20 02/03/2020 18:00 Tackling the youth challenge: How can the mining sector be an engine for development across Africa?
  • Bridging the gap: How can the mining sector support training and jobs so it’s perceived in a positive light by young people?
  • Tackling mining’s inherent PR problem via youth engagement
  • Case studies of youth engagement policies: What has worked, what hasn’t and why?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Tackling the youth challenge: How can the mining sector be an engine for development across Africa?

  • Bridging the gap: How can the mining sector support training and jobs so it’s perceived in a positive light by young people?
  • Tackling mining’s inherent PR problem via youth engagement
  • Case studies of youth engagement policies: What has worked, what hasn’t and why?

Moderators

Dr. Simon Handelsman
International Minerals Development Engineer & Advisor; Adjunct Professor , University of British Columbia, Canada

Speakers

Deshnee Naidoo
CEO , Vedanta Zinc International
Dr. Patricia Makhesha
Chairperson , Ivanplats
Jerry Agyeman-Boateng
Executive Director & Head, Global Subsidiaries , Standard Chartered Bank
Olebogeng Sentsho
CEO , Simba Mgodi Mining Incubation Fund (Pty) Ltd
Simone Niven
Group Corporate Relations Executive , Rio Tinto

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3 February

18:00 - 22:00

Close of Day One - Indaba Social Events & Networking

4 February

08:50 - 08:55

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 08:50 02/04/2020 08:55 Day Two Welcome and Opening Remarks
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Day Two Welcome and Opening Remarks


 

Speakers

Liezel van der Westhuizen
Global MC & Keynote Speaker
Noluthando Primrose Gosa
Member of the Advisory Board , Mining Indaba

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4 February

08:55 - 09:05

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 08:55 02/04/2020 09:05 Ministerial Welcome A warm welcome to Cape Town and South Africa from the Hon. Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, Minister of Tourism, Republic of South Africa CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Ministerial Welcome

A warm welcome to Cape Town and South Africa from the Hon. Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, Minister of Tourism, Republic of South Africa

Speakers

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4 February

09:05 - 09:25

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 09:05 02/04/2020 09:25 Opening Company Insight Company updates and focus on 4IR from John Welborn, CEO & Mohamed Cisse, Manager Technical Services and Automation, Resolute Mining CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Opening Company Insight

Company updates and focus on 4IR from John Welborn, CEO & Mohamed Cisse, Manager Technical Services and Automation, Resolute Mining

Speakers

John Welborn
MD & CEO , Resolute Mining
Mohammed Cisse
Manager – Technical Services & Automation , Resolute Mining

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4 February

09:25 - 09:45

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 09:25 02/04/2020 09:45 Company Insight and Q&A CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight and Q&A

Speakers

Mark Bristow
President & CEO , Barrick

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4 February

09:45 - 10:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 09:45 02/04/2020 10:30 Developing Africa's Mining Sector
  • What is next for Africa’s mining sector: How will sector heavyweights shape it in years to come?
  • What does this mean for investors, other mining companies and government?
  • What should major companies 2 core strategies be? And how can they focus on this together?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Developing Africa's Mining Sector

  • What is next for Africa’s mining sector: How will sector heavyweights shape it in years to come?
  • What does this mean for investors, other mining companies and government?
  • What should major companies 2 core strategies be? And how can they focus on this together?

Moderators

Riccardo Puliti
Global Director - Energy and Extractive Industries , World Bank

Speakers

Bold Bataar
CEO, Energy and Minerals , Rio Tinto
Caroline Donally
MD , Denham Capital
Mark Bristow
President & CEO , Barrick
Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan
CEO , Vedanta Resources

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4 February

10:30 - 10:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 10:30 02/04/2020 10:50 Company Insight CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight

Speakers

Clive Johnson
President & CEO , B2Gold

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4 February

10:50 - 11:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 10:50 02/04/2020 11:10 Company Insight and Q&A CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight and Q&A

Speakers

Sebastien de Montessus
President & CEO , Endeavour Mining

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4 February

11:10 - 11:55

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 11:10 02/04/2020 11:55 'ESG and Climate Change, Are We Getting Lost in the Headlines and Losing Track of the Business Fundamentals?

ESG and climate change, are we getting lost in the headlines and losing track of the underlying need?

  • How is climate change impacting the industry?
  • Where we source our metals from for a greener society
  • How we can ensure that ESG standards are met?

 

CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

'ESG and Climate Change, Are We Getting Lost in the Headlines and Losing Track of the Business Fundamentals?

ESG and climate change, are we getting lost in the headlines and losing track of the underlying need?

  • How is climate change impacting the industry?
  • Where we source our metals from for a greener society
  • How we can ensure that ESG standards are met?

 

Moderators

Elizabeth Johnson
Head of Events , Women In Mining

Speakers

Froydis Cameron
Group Head of International & Government Relations , Anglo American
Pamela Fierst-Walsh
Senior Advisor for Conflict Minerals & U.S. Lead for the Kimberley Process , U.S. Department of State
Simone Niven
Group Corporate Relations Executive , Rio Tinto
Tanya Chikanza
Financial Director , Bushveld Minerals

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4 February

11:55 - 12:40

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 11:55 02/04/2020 12:40 The Resource Nationalism Challenge: How Can Governments Increasingly Find Compromises That Engender Growth While Allowing Business to Make Significant Profits
  • Examples of success: Why have these worked and how can they be replicated?
  • Examining existing developmental challenges across Africa: What’s next?
  • Case study: update on Sierra Leone’s latest policies
  • Building a culture of trust: How can this be established in the long term? How can policy certainty become engrained to attract long-term investment even as governments change?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

The Resource Nationalism Challenge: How Can Governments Increasingly Find Compromises That Engender Growth While Allowing Business to Make Significant Profits

  • Examples of success: Why have these worked and how can they be replicated?
  • Examining existing developmental challenges across Africa: What’s next?
  • Case study: update on Sierra Leone’s latest policies
  • Building a culture of trust: How can this be established in the long term? How can policy certainty become engrained to attract long-term investment even as governments change?

Moderators

Dr. Saleem Ali
Blue & Gold Distinguished Professor of Energy and the Environment , University of Delaware, USA

Speakers

Christopher Sheldon
Practice Manager, Energy & Extractives , World Bank
Daniel Litvin
Founder & MD , Critical Resource
Darias Jonker
Director, Africa , Eurasia Group
Hon. Francis Gatare
CEO , Rwanda Mining Petroleum & Gas Board
Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan
CEO , Vedanta Resources

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4 February

12:40 - 13:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 12:40 02/04/2020 13:00 Company Insight and Q&A CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight and Q&A

Speakers

Neal Froneman
CEO , Sibanye-Stillwater

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4 February

13:00 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

4 February

14:00 - 15:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 14:00 02/04/2020 15:00 Uncovering Current Global Risks and The Potential Price Drivers Of Gold Uncovering current global risks and the potential price drivers of gold
 
What are the potential impacts of
  • Trade tensions between the US and its trading partners
  • Weakening economies and lower global growth
  • Rising geopolitical tensions
  • Structural changes in gold demand
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Uncovering Current Global Risks and The Potential Price Drivers Of Gold

Uncovering current global risks and the potential price drivers of gold
 
What are the potential impacts of

  • Trade tensions between the US and its trading partners
  • Weakening economies and lower global growth
  • Rising geopolitical tensions
  • Structural changes in gold demand

Moderators

John Reade
Chief Market Strategist & Head of Research , World Gold Council

Speakers

John Welborn
MD & CEO , Resolute Mining
Mark Bristow
President & CEO , Barrick
Michael Barton
Portfolio Manager , Orion Resource Partners
Tom Attenborough
Head of International Primary Markets , London Stock Exchange Group

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4 February

15:00 - 15:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 15:00 02/04/2020 15:20 Corporate Presentation: Gerald Group An update on impact investing from Gerald Group CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Corporate Presentation: Gerald Group

An update on impact investing from Gerald Group

Speakers

Frederic Lotti
SVP, Global Head of Investments , Gerald Group

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4 February

15:20 - 15:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 15:20 02/04/2020 15:50 Cleaner Mining, Cleaner Planet: Platinum Group Metals and The Opportunity Of The Energy Transition Cleaner mining, cleaner planet: Platinum Group Metals and the opportunity of the Energy Transition
 
  • New growth market opportunities in the expanding hydrogen fuel cell sector
  • H2 / fuel cell technology downstream market applications (from mobility, industrial, heat and power)
 

 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Cleaner Mining, Cleaner Planet: Platinum Group Metals and The Opportunity Of The Energy Transition

Cleaner mining, cleaner planet: Platinum Group Metals and the opportunity of the Energy Transition
 

  • New growth market opportunities in the expanding hydrogen fuel cell sector
  • H2 / fuel cell technology downstream market applications (from mobility, industrial, heat and power)
 

 

Speakers

Chris Griffith
CEO , Anglo American Platinum
Neil Hume
Natural Resources Editor , Financial Times

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4 February

15:50 - 16:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 15:50 02/04/2020 16:10 Ministerial Insights Updates on Saudi mining projects from H.E. Khalid bin Saleh Al-Mudaifer, Vice Minister for Mining, Ministry of Industry & Mineral Resources, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Ministerial Insights

Updates on Saudi mining projects from H.E. Khalid bin Saleh Al-Mudaifer, Vice Minister for Mining, Ministry of Industry & Mineral Resources, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Speakers

H.E. Khalid Saleh Al-Mudaifer
Vice Minister of Industry & Mineral Resources , The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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4 February

16:10 - 16:40

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 16:10 02/04/2020 16:40 Fireside Chat with Chairperson of the ANC Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources This session will discuss the way the PC on Minerals & Energy is positioned on driving sustainable socio-economic development of the country through the mining and energy sectors.
Proposed themes:
Achieving President Ramaphosa’s 10 Value Principles for Miners
African Continental Free Trade Agreement: What are the implications for the Energy and Mining sectors?
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Fireside Chat with Chairperson of the ANC Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources

This session will discuss the way the PC on Minerals & Energy is positioned on driving sustainable socio-economic development of the country through the mining and energy sectors.
Proposed themes:
Achieving President Ramaphosa’s 10 Value Principles for Miners
African Continental Free Trade Agreement: What are the implications for the Energy and Mining sectors?
 

Moderators

Roger Baxter
CEO , Minerals Council South Africa

Speakers

Sahlulele Luzipo
Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources & Energy , Parliament of the Republic of South Africa

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4 February

16:40 - 17:40

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/04/2020 16:40 02/04/2020 17:40 Preparing For the Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Can African Mining Position Itself for Growth and Avoid the Shocks of Potential Automation?
  • How should labour and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector doesn’t fall behind, while looking after employees?
  • The big debate: Should the country import highly skilled workers for this if each one of them creates another four jobs?
  • The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 is a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy. 
  • The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society. 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Preparing For the Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Can African Mining Position Itself for Growth and Avoid the Shocks of Potential Automation?

  • How should labour and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector doesn’t fall behind, while looking after employees?
  • The big debate: Should the country import highly skilled workers for this if each one of them creates another four jobs?
  • The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 is a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy. 
  • The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society. 

Moderators

Sabine Dall’Omo
CEO , Siemens South Africa

Speakers

Deshnee Naidoo
CEO , Vedanta Zinc International
Dr. Nombasa Tsengwa
Executive Head: Coal Operations , Exxaro Resources
Froydis Cameron
Group Head of International & Government Relations , Anglo American
George Gilchrist
VP, Resources , Ivanhoe Mines
John Welborn
MD & CEO , Resolute Mining
Tshokolo Nchocho
CEO , Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)

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4 February

17:40 - 00:00

Close of Day Two - Indaba Social Events & Networking

5 February

09:10 - 09:25

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 09:10 02/05/2020 09:25 Opening Remarks CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Opening Remarks

Speakers

Frans Baleni
Member of the Advisory Board, Mining Indaba & Former General Secretary , National Union of Mineworkers
Liezel van der Westhuizen
Global MC & Keynote Speaker

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5 February

09:25 - 10:45

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 09:25 02/05/2020 10:45 CEO Keynote & Interview China’s Significant CITIC Metal Investment and the Kamoa-Kakula Project - “unquestionably the best copper development project in the world,”

Keynote followed by interview on Chinese investment in African mining and impact on local economies with:



 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

CEO Keynote & Interview

China’s Significant CITIC Metal Investment and the Kamoa-Kakula Project - “unquestionably the best copper development project in the world,”

Keynote followed by interview on Chinese investment in African mining and impact on local economies with:



 

Speakers

Dr. Patricia Makhesha
Chairperson , Ivanplats
Robert Friedland
Executive Co-Chairman and Founder , Ivanhoe Mines

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5 February

10:45 - 11:15

Networking Break

5 February

11:15 - 12:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 11:15 02/05/2020 12:00 WGC Deep Dive: Responsible Gold Mining Principles (RGMPs) & Sustainability The Responsible Gold Mining Principles (RGMPs) are a new framework that set out clear expectations for consumers, investors and the downstream gold supply chain as to what constitutes responsible gold mining.
 
  • Development of the Responsible Gold Mining Principles – a single, coherent framework for the sector
  • Implementation and assurance - obtain external assurance from a third party, independent assurance provider.
  • What do the RGMPs mean for the industry, for sustainable practice, and for ESG investing?
Interview led by: World Bank
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

WGC Deep Dive: Responsible Gold Mining Principles (RGMPs) & Sustainability

The Responsible Gold Mining Principles (RGMPs) are a new framework that set out clear expectations for consumers, investors and the downstream gold supply chain as to what constitutes responsible gold mining.
 

  • Development of the Responsible Gold Mining Principles – a single, coherent framework for the sector
  • Implementation and assurance - obtain external assurance from a third party, independent assurance provider.
  • What do the RGMPs mean for the industry, for sustainable practice, and for ESG investing?
Interview led by: World Bank
 

Moderators

Henry Hall
Director , Critical Resource

Speakers

George Cheveley
Portfolio Manager , Investec Asset Management
Hilaire Diarra
Sustainability Manager for the Africa & Middle East Region , Barrick
Miranda Werstiuk
VP Corporate Advisory Services , Optimize Group
Pascal Bernasconi
Executive VP for Public Affairs, CSR and Security , Endeavour Mining
Terry Heymann
CFO , World Gold Council

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5 February

12:00 - 13:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 12:00 02/05/2020 13:00 Bringing Artisanal Mining Into the Open – What Grounds for Inclusion? Over 10 million individuals mine artisanally or at a small-scale across Africa. In the Central African Republic, artisanal miners contribute approx. $115 million to the economy each year, and in Uganda small-scale miners generate 20x more to GDP than those employed in farming, fishing & forestry.
However, it still remains an unregulated and risky part of Africa’s mining sector with recent fatalities highlighted in the global media and a major cause for concern with large mining operators and investors.
  • Are we experiencing a tidal shift in the status of ASM as an acceptable provenance for responsible minerals and as a legitimate member of the minerals sector?
  • How can ASM be engaged in the pursuit of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and in the fulfilment of the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights?
  • How are donors, investors, mining companies and governments making progress in lowering the risk of engagement with and support to the ASM sector?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Bringing Artisanal Mining Into the Open – What Grounds for Inclusion?

Over 10 million individuals mine artisanally or at a small-scale across Africa. In the Central African Republic, artisanal miners contribute approx. $115 million to the economy each year, and in Uganda small-scale miners generate 20x more to GDP than those employed in farming, fishing & forestry.
However, it still remains an unregulated and risky part of Africa’s mining sector with recent fatalities highlighted in the global media and a major cause for concern with large mining operators and investors.

  • Are we experiencing a tidal shift in the status of ASM as an acceptable provenance for responsible minerals and as a legitimate member of the minerals sector?
  • How can ASM be engaged in the pursuit of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and in the fulfilment of the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights?
  • How are donors, investors, mining companies and governments making progress in lowering the risk of engagement with and support to the ASM sector?

Moderators

Estelle Levin-Nally
Founder & CEO , Levin Sources

Speakers

Dr. Saleem Ali
Blue & Gold Distinguished Professor of Energy and the Environment , University of Delaware, USA
Feriel Zerouki
SVP International Relations & Ethical Initiatives , DeBeers Group
Pamela Fierst-Walsh
Senior Advisor for Conflict Minerals & U.S. Lead for the Kimberley Process , U.S. Department of State

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5 February

13:00 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

5 February

14:00 - 14:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 14:00 02/05/2020 14:50 Panel: Climate Change & Sustainability Focus Climate change and its impacts represent a physical risk to mining operations and installations, and a broader societal risk to the communities and workforce on which mining projects rely.
 
Adaptation within the mining sector is needed to address the impacts of climate change that are happening now, to increase resilience to future impacts, and to enable sustainable socio-economic development.
 
What is the current status of - and how are mining companies responding to – growing risks including:
 
  • Extreme weather patterns causing flood and storm damage to infrastructure
  • Transport disruption affecting supply chain reliability
  • GHGs from Scope 2 & 3 emissions and reduction strategies
  • Increased competition for climate-sensitive resources such as water and energy
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Panel: Climate Change & Sustainability Focus

Climate change and its impacts represent a physical risk to mining operations and installations, and a broader societal risk to the communities and workforce on which mining projects rely.
 
Adaptation within the mining sector is needed to address the impacts of climate change that are happening now, to increase resilience to future impacts, and to enable sustainable socio-economic development.
 
What is the current status of - and how are mining companies responding to – growing risks including:
 

  • Extreme weather patterns causing flood and storm damage to infrastructure
  • Transport disruption affecting supply chain reliability
  • GHGs from Scope 2 & 3 emissions and reduction strategies
  • Increased competition for climate-sensitive resources such as water and energy

Moderators

Neil Hume
Natural Resources Editor , Financial Times

Speakers

Bady Balde
Africa Director , EITI International Secretariat
Froydis Cameron
Group Head of International & Government Relations , Anglo American
Shirley Webber
Managing Principal, Coverage Head Natural Resources and Energy , Absa Group
Simone Niven
Group Corporate Relations Executive , Rio Tinto

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5 February

14:50 - 15:30

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 14:50 02/05/2020 15:30 Deepening the Role of Academic Research to Tackle the Mining Industry's Key Challenges of Today
  • Can mining-related research more directly support the mining industry arrive at pragmatic solutions to the challenges of today, including automation, water security and access to cleaner energy?
  • What are the opportunities to strengthen coordination and collaboration across academic institutions around the world?
  • Can academia provide a pathway to increase the learnings from other industries in support of a more sustainable mining industry?
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Deepening the Role of Academic Research to Tackle the Mining Industry's Key Challenges of Today

  • Can mining-related research more directly support the mining industry arrive at pragmatic solutions to the challenges of today, including automation, water security and access to cleaner energy?
  • What are the opportunities to strengthen coordination and collaboration across academic institutions around the world?
  • Can academia provide a pathway to increase the learnings from other industries in support of a more sustainable mining industry?

Moderators

Wendy Tyrrell
Executive Director , Development Partner Institute (DPI)

Speakers

Nozipho January-Bardill
Non-Executive Director , AngloGold Ashanti
Prof. Neville Plint
Director of the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) , University of Queensland, Australia
Professor Sue Harrison
Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research & Internationalisation , University of Cape Town

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5 February

15:30 - 16:00

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 15:30 02/05/2020 16:00 Economy Panel: Mining in South Africa & the YES Initiative President Cyril Ramaphosa has given a mandate to the Youth Employment Service (YES) initiative which was launched in 2018 in an effort to create 1 million new 12-month job opportunities for young people.
 
Through YES, businesses will create a 12 month paid position for a youth between the ages of 18 and 35 with a minimum stipend of R3 500.
Total of over 250 companies in South Africa have joined YES
What can businesses and leaders do to support strategies like YES to tackle the critical youth unemployment issue in South Africa?
 
CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Economy Panel: Mining in South Africa & the YES Initiative

President Cyril Ramaphosa has given a mandate to the Youth Employment Service (YES) initiative which was launched in 2018 in an effort to create 1 million new 12-month job opportunities for young people.
 
Through YES, businesses will create a 12 month paid position for a youth between the ages of 18 and 35 with a minimum stipend of R3 500.
Total of over 250 companies in South Africa have joined YES
What can businesses and leaders do to support strategies like YES to tackle the critical youth unemployment issue in South Africa?
 

Moderators

Veronica Nyhan Jones
Global Head: Advisory Services for Infrastructure & Natural Resources , IFC

Speakers

Tashmia Ismail Saville
CEO , YES Initiative

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5 February

16:00 - 16:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/05/2020 16:00 02/05/2020 16:20 Company Insight and Q&A CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Main Stage

Company Insight and Q&A

Speakers

Mxolisi Mgojo
CEO, Exxaro Resources; President of the Minerals Council of SA

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5 February

17:30 - 22:00

Close of Day Three - Indaba Social Events & Networking

Investment Battlefield

3 February

14:00 - 14:05

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:00 02/03/2020 14:05 Opening Remarks Investment Battlefield CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Opening Remarks Investment Battlefield

Moderators

3 February

14:05 - 14:10

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:05 02/03/2020 14:10 Battery & Energy Minerals - Kalahari Key Kalahari Key Mineral Exploration (Pty) Ltd has three exploration licences for base and precious metals in southern Botswana, covering the central and eastern Jwaneng-Makopong Shear/Feeder Zone of the Bushveld-related Molopo Farms Complex, targeting nickel-PGM-bearing massive sulphide deposits similar to the Voisey’s Bay nickel deposit. Exploration to date has involved a complete review of existing geological, geophysical and geochemical data followed by an airborne high-resolution TDEM survey along the feeder zone. The data were interpreted to identify seventeen conductive targets which were further surveyed using highly sensitive SQUID (Super Conducting Quantum Interference Device) sensors and ultra-powerful HPTX transmitter. From this, drill sites were positioned on eight high priority targets. Botswana is a mining-friendly country. The licences are 50km SSW of Jwaneng and in close proximity to the major Trans-Kalahari Highway. The exploration team comprises geologists and geophysicists having a collective experience of over 100 years in Botswana. CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Battery & Energy Minerals - Kalahari Key

Kalahari Key Mineral Exploration (Pty) Ltd has three exploration licences for base and precious metals in southern Botswana, covering the central and eastern Jwaneng-Makopong Shear/Feeder Zone of the Bushveld-related Molopo Farms Complex, targeting nickel-PGM-bearing massive sulphide deposits similar to the Voisey’s Bay nickel deposit. Exploration to date has involved a complete review of existing geological, geophysical and geochemical data followed by an airborne high-resolution TDEM survey along the feeder zone. The data were interpreted to identify seventeen conductive targets which were further surveyed using highly sensitive SQUID (Super Conducting Quantum Interference Device) sensors and ultra-powerful HPTX transmitter. From this, drill sites were positioned on eight high priority targets. Botswana is a mining-friendly country. The licences are 50km SSW of Jwaneng and in close proximity to the major Trans-Kalahari Highway. The exploration team comprises geologists and geophysicists having a collective experience of over 100 years in Botswana.

Moderators

David Ovvadia
Chairman , Kalahari Key

3 February

14:10 - 14:20

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:10 02/03/2020 14:20 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Feedback Judging Panel

Speakers

Erez Ichilov
Managing Director , Traxys Projects
James Rattenbury
Senior Associate , Resource Capital Funds
Jonathan Cordero
Head of Corporate Development , Eurasian Resources Group
Vera Ivanova
Director , AMED Fund

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3 February

14:20 - 14:25

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:20 02/03/2020 14:25 Battery & Energy Minerals - ARC Minerals Arc Minerals is an AIM-listed exploration and mine development company focused on its copper projects in Zambia. CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Battery & Energy Minerals - ARC Minerals

Arc Minerals is an AIM-listed exploration and mine development company focused on its copper projects in Zambia.

Speakers

Remy Welschinger
Finance Director , ARC Minerals

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3 February

14:25 - 14:35

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:25 02/03/2020 14:35 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Feedback Judging Panel

Speakers

Erez Ichilov
Managing Director , Traxys Projects
James Rattenbury
Senior Associate , Resource Capital Funds
Jonathan Cordero
Head of Corporate Development , Eurasian Resources Group
Vera Ivanova
Director , AMED Fund

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3 February

14:35 - 14:40

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:35 02/03/2020 14:40 Battery & Energy Minerals - IronRidge Resources CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Battery & Energy Minerals - IronRidge Resources

Speakers

Len Kolff
COO , Ironridge Resources

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3 February

14:40 - 14:50

CTICC


Add to calendar 02/03/2020 14:40 02/03/2020 14:50 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC Africa/Johannesburg

Investment Battlefield

Feedback Judging Panel

Speakers

Erez Ichilov
Managing Director , Traxys Projects
James Rattenbury
Senior Associate , Resource Capital Funds
Jonathan Cordero
Head of Corporate Development , Eurasian Resources Group