Critical Minerals Africa presents its final program for a packed three-day event on 17-19 October, highlighting the importance of strengthening global metals supply chains, and taking place alongside African Energy Week in Cape Town.
From digitally-powered to green mining supply chains, the global minerals economy is undergoing rapid transformation, to be explored at the upcoming Critical Minerals Africa 2023 summit in Cape Town this month.
A strategic presentation at the Critical Minerals Africa 2023 summit will explore responsible sourcing and co-development through renewed partnerships between Europe and Africa in the raw materials sector.
Critical Minerals Africa 2023 – taking place in Cape Town on 17 – 19 October – will explore what it takes to fund and develop Africa’s critical minerals projects in the current geopolitical and energy transition climate.
Multi-million-dollar agreements with Australia and the US in the mining and processing of its critical minerals makes Tanzania one of the most influential voices at the Critical Minerals Africa 2023 summit.
Malawi’s Minister of Mining, Hon. Monica Chang’anamuno, will speak on the country’s untapped mineral resources, evolving regulatory framework and community engagement efforts at the upcoming Critical Minerals Africa 2023 summit.
Rising demand for lithium-ion batteries, significant Chinese investment and the launch of several greenfield projects have reignited Zimbabwe’s mining industry, which will be on display at the upcoming Critical Minerals Africa 2023 summit.
Critical Minerals Africa will host in-focus spotlight sessions on innovation and technology.
SOUTH SUDAN – AFRICA’S FRONTIER MINING MARKET – CONFIRMS PARTICIPATION AT CRITICAL MINERALS AFRICA 2023
South Sudan’s Minister of Mining, Hon. Martin Abucha, will speak at the upcoming Critical Minerals Africa (CMA) 2023 summit in Cape Town, addressing the country’s plans to
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY TO SPEAK AT CRITICAL MINERALS AFRICA 2023, AFFIRMING MINERALS ENGAGEMENT IN AFRICA
Josh Volz, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Eurasia at the U.S. Department of Energy, will speak at the Critical Minerals Africa 2023 summit (October 17-19; Cape Town), cementing U.S. interest in Africa’s critical mineral reserves and value chains.
Rapid advancements in technology have resulted in the development of sustainable innovations in mining practices, changing how the sector operates.
The inaugural summit will welcome global delegations to Cape Town on October 17-18, as interest in Africa’s critical minerals resources heightens.