Investing In African Mining Indaba


Attracting the right skill set to the mining sector as the industry recovers continues to be difficult. As the industry moves forward with mechanisation, automation and digitisation becoming prevalent, the required skills and experiences of graduates entering the sector, are changing.

In order to support this, Investing in African Mining Indaba will be hosting their 3rd annual Young Leaders Career Development Programme in partnership with Brunswick and other key companies. 

The progamme will provide many opportunities for keynote speakers, University representatives and graduates to interact with HR representatives, recruiters and industry leaders. More details will be released in the coming weeks, so check back regularly to ensure you don't miss out.

2017 Keynote Speakers included:

H.E. Mosebenzi Joseph Zwane

Minister of Mineral Resources
Republic of South Africa

Featured Speakers:

  • Tebello Chabana, Senior Executive: Public Affairs and Transformation, Chamber of Mines South Africa
  • Sandra Du Toit, Head: Mining & Metals, Africa Corporate Finance, Standard Bank
  • Patrick Leyden, Director, Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Norman Mbazima, Deputy Chairman, Anglo American South Africa
  • Mpho Mothoa, Managing Director, Richards Bay Minerals and Head of South Africa, Rio Tinto
  • Patience Mpofu, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Africa Region, South32

Proudly supported by:

Brunswick advisory firm

Brunswick is an advisory firm specializing in critical issues and corporate relations: a global partnership with 23 offices in 14 countries.
Founded in 1987, Brunswick has grown organically, operating as a single profit center – allowing us to respond seamlessly to our clients’ needs, wherever they are in the world.