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Sustainable Development Day


Sustainability Mining: The Next Wave of Transformation

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In line with the theme – “Championing Africa’s Sustainable Economic Development”, the Sustainable Development Day is back delivering a full day of interactive content dedicated to the resolution of the socio-environmental challenges of the mining sector.

It brings together the key members of the civil society, NGOs, government ministers, academic, financiers, mining companies and the leading innovators in the field of Responsible & Sustainable Mining.

The multi-stakeholder platform enables dialogue and builds a strong, mutually-beneficials relationship between the mining industry’s decision-makers and their key stakeholders. Join us on Tuesday the 5th of February 2019, to drive the next wave of Sustainability-driven transformation.

What will be discussed?

  • Collective strategies and best practices for managing the wide-ranging impacts in environment and communities
  • Sustainability-driven innovation
  • Responsible sourcing of minerals
  • Diversity and inclusion in the mining sector
  • The role of communities in shaping the future of Africa’s mining
  • Mine-community partnerships and the power of mining for local economic development
  • Eco-conscious mining
  • Mine closure and the growing challenge of mining legacies

Who's it for?

Mining executives, NGO's, Government Officials and members of the community wanting to make a positive impact and ensure that shared value is created from Africa’s mineral wealth.


Who's speaking?

The interactive day is made up a series of exclusive panel discussions. Some of the headline names include:

  • • H.E. Dr Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma

    H.E. Dr Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma

    Minister in the Presidency: Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation
    South Africa

  • Aidan Davy

    Aidan Davy

    Chief Operating Officer
    International Council on Mining & Metals

  • Mongezi Veti

    Executive Head of Sustainability

  • Casper Edmonds

    Head of Unit, Extractives, Energy and Manufacturing
    International Labour Organization