By registering or participating in the Mining Indaba® you are agreeing to the following registration terms and conditions in addition to the General Terms and Conditions and the Event Terms and Conditions
1.1 Admittance. Your registration entitles you to admittance to the Event for which you have registered. This excludes workshop admittance which will be sold as optional costs to your main registration fee. Delegate Badges for Investing in African Mining Indaba 2017 are mandatory for access to all areas of the venue. Mining Indaba is a closed event and therefore the organiser reserves the right to refuse entry. Attendees must wear their badge at all times. Falsified badges and/or sharing or swapping badges is a violation of the terms and conditions (see section 2.3)
1.2 Use of Likeness. By attending the Event you acknowledge and agree to grant Mining Indaba the right at the Event to record, film, photograph, or capture your likeness in any media now available or hereafter developed and to distribute, broadcast, use, or otherwise globally to disseminate, in perpetuity, such media without any further approval from you or any payment to you. Investing in African Mining Indaba is held in a public space, therefore we do not prohibit participants, exhibitors, sponsors, news organisations and other companies from taking photographs or video or audio recording some conference activities. Mining Indaba reserves the right to use images/videos taken at the conference with your photograph and/or likeness in future marketing materials which might include social media channels, websites, and print material.
1.3 Event Content. You acknowledge and agree that Mining Indaba, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to change any and all aspects of the Event, including but not limited to, the Event name, themes, content, programme, speakers, performers, hosts, moderators, venue, and time.
1.4 Age Requirements. No one under the age of 16, including children in strollers accompanying their parents, will be admitted.
1.5 Identification. Only approved sponsors with a pre-arranged list of delegates and scheduled appointment time can pick up credentials for his/her delegates (for sponsor delegates only). For individual delegates, the attendee named on the badge must pick up his/her materials. You will be asked to provide proof of identity (example: photo identification and/or a business card, etc.) when you arrive to retrieve your badge at the event.
1.6 Visa Requirements. It is the sole responsibility of the attendee to take care of any government visa requirements. Attendees who require an entry visa should allow sufficient time for the application procedure. Attendees should contact the nearest embassy or consulate to determine the appropriate timing of their visa applications. Mining Indaba will not contact embassies and consulates on behalf of visa applicants or provide any other assistance relating to visa issues. Failure to obtain a visa in advance of an Event does not constitute a valid basis for obtaining a refund.
2.1 Limitations on Use. By registering for a Mining Indaba badge you agree not to sell, trade, or share your code or badge. Substitutions may be made at any time, at no additional cost.
2.2 Disruptive Conduct You acknowledge and agree that Mining Indaba reserves the right to remove you from the Event if Mining Indaba, in its sole discretion, determines that your presence or behaviour creates a disruption or hinders the Event or the enjoyment of the Event by other attendees. All badges are the property of Mining Indaba and must be returned upon request.
2.3 Badge Misuse. Attendees wearing falsified badges and/or sharing or swapping badges will be immediately ejected from the Event. Violations of this policy may result in cancellation of the registration without refund. New badges will be required to be purchased at the current on-site delegate rate.
2.4 Suitcasing. “Suitcasing”; refers to the practice of attending a trade show but “working the aisles” from a suitcase or briefcase, soliciting business from other attendees and exhibitors. For the good of the show and the exhibitors supporting the show, the only legitimate place to conduct business during show hours is within a contracted exhibit space on the show floor. Exhibiting companies are encouraged to protect their investment and report any violations. Attendees observed soliciting business in the aisles or other public spaces, or in another company’s booth, will be ejected from the Event.
2.5 Mining Indaba is held in a public space, therefore we do not prohibit participants, exhibitors, sponsors, news organisations and other companies from photographing or video or audio recording some Conference activities. Mining Indaba reserves the right to use images/videos taken at the Conference with your photograph and/or likeness in future marketing materials which might include social media channels, websites, and print material.
2.6 Unethical/Non-Compliant Marketing. Mining Indaba reserves the right to deny admission to anyone who engages in or is reputed to engage in unethical or non-compliant marketing practices.
3.1 Payment. The payment of the applicable registration for the Event is due upon registration. If such payment is insufficient or declined for any reason Mining Indaba may refuse to admit you to the Event and shall have no liability in that regard.
3.2 Taxes. All fees are subject to a South African Value Added Tax (VAT) which will be charged to you in addition to the registration fees.
3.3 Fee Schedule. Fee schedule rates are valid when a registration is completed and paid in full before the tier expiration date. If completed registration fees are not paid in full before the next tier begins, a fee increase to the next tier will apply and you will be invoiced for this fee increase.
3.4 Eligibilty for mining & exploration company rates. Attendees from mining & exploration companies must select their correct company and category in accordance with the instructions on the registration page. Eligible mining & exploration companies and company classifications are clearly displayed on the website and registration page. If the incorrect company or attendee category is selected Mining Indaba reserves the right to re-classify the registration to the correct mining & exploration company category. Upon re-classification an invoice/credit note will be issued for the difference in value between the price of the old and new category. All invoices must be fully paid to gain admission to the event.
3.5 Discounted registrations. Discounted registration fees must be paid in full by the time of the next scheduled fee increase (as per the Fee Schedule) otherwise the discounted rate will be increased to the next full prevailing rate or will be cancelled. There will be no entitlement to register again with a discount, This decision is at the discretion of Mining Indaba.
4.1 Lost Badge. Please be advised that if your badge is lost, misplaced, stolen or left in the hotel room a replacement badge will not be issued without the purchase of a new badge at the current on-site delegate rate. This policy is intended to protect the integrity of the conference by insuring that all delegates are treated equally, minimising the degree of on-site fraud and maximising on-site security.
4.2 Substitution. Substitutions may be made at any time, at no additional cost. To substitute your registration it is necessary to submit a written request to the postal or email address below. Investor Delegates cannot be substituted as all potential investor delegates must be approved through the accreditation process.
For any registration enquiries please contact:
International Telephone: +44 (0) 207 779 8890
Local SA Telephone: 010 140 1919
8 Bouverie Street
London EC4Y 8AX