Heidi Sternberg

Heidi Sternberg

Sector Specialist Mining Public Investment Corporation

Heidi has spent the last 18 years involved in the mining industry in one form or another. She is currently a Sector Specialist: Mining, Beneficiation and Energy in the Research and Project Development Division at the Public Investment Corporation.  Prior to this she spent some 8 years as a Mining Equity Analyst at SBG Securities and Nedbank Capital, after having spent 7 years as a mining and exploration consultant.  Heidi began her mining career as an AngloGold bursar, working as an underground production geologist at the West Wits operations.  
 

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Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:10 To 14:20

02/05/2020 14:10 02/05/2020 14:20 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC

CTICC

"Feedback Judging Panel"

Charl Malan George Cheveley Heidi Sternberg Julian Treger

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:25 To 14:35

02/05/2020 14:25 02/05/2020 14:35 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC

CTICC

"Feedback Judging Panel"

Charl Malan George Cheveley Heidi Sternberg Julian Treger

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:40 To 14:50

02/05/2020 14:40 02/05/2020 14:50 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC

CTICC

"Feedback Judging Panel"

Charl Malan George Cheveley Heidi Sternberg Julian Treger

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 15:00 To 15:10

02/05/2020 15:00 02/05/2020 15:10 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC

CTICC

"Feedback Judging Panel"

Charl Malan George Cheveley Heidi Sternberg Julian Treger

Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 12:00 To 12:40

02/04/2020 12:00 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 from Tanzania to the DRC: 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

CTICC

"The Resource Nationalism challenge: How can governments increasingly find compromises that engender growth while allowing business to make significant profits?"

Christopher Sheldon Heidi Sternberg Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita
Time and date

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:10 To 14:20

02/05/2020 14:10 02/05/2020 14:20 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC
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CTICC

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Time and date

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:25 To 14:35

02/05/2020 14:25 02/05/2020 14:35 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC
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CTICC

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Time and date

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 14:40 To 14:50

02/05/2020 14:40 02/05/2020 14:50 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 05/02/2020

From 15:00 To 15:10

02/05/2020 15:00 02/05/2020 15:10 Feedback Judging Panel CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 04/02/2020

From 12:00 To 12:40

02/04/2020 12:00 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 from Tanzania to the DRC: 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
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers