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Miners, government and labor leaders are expected to gather at the event and the recently-announced mining charter is sure to be a hot topic of debate.
South Africa’s Chamber of Mines, whose CEO Roger Baxter is among the listed speakers, has vowed to fight the charter in court.
The event is organized by Resources 4 Africa and CEO Paula Munsie said since its inception, the Joburg Indaba had succeeded in interrogating a wide range of critical issues affecting all stakeholders.
“Working as we do in close consultation and partnership with influential figures in the mining industry and investment community, the Joburg Indaba will continue to answer the call by industry – to deliver a conference with a difference,” she said.
The event will be held the Inanda Club in Johannesburg.