South African Mining Investment Forum Webinar


South Africa’s official marketing and reputation management agency, Brand South Africa, has been commissioned to build the country’s national brand reputation, with the aim of improving its global competitiveness. It aims to strengthen the pride and patriotism of South Africans, in order to contribute to social cohesion and nation building.

Therefore, Brand South Africa is hosting a webinar titled South African Mining Investment Forum on Wednesday, March 30 at 2:00 p.m. to highlight South Africa’s potential as a mining investment destination and to identify areas where progress needs to be made. be made to promote increased mining investment.

During the webinar, thought leaders from the private and public sectors will come together to discuss investment opportunities in the South African mining industry.

Well-known radio talk show host Bruce Whitfield will moderate the discussion with panel members including Thabiso Sekano from the Industrial Development Corporation and Vuslat Bayoglu from Menar.

South Africa’s mining sector remains crucial to the country’s long-term growth, to promoting employment, technological progress, tax revenues and foreign exchange earnings.

The webinar takes place ahead of the Invest in Africa Mining Indaba which is due to take place in May 2022 and during which Brand South Africa, in collaboration with the Department of Minerals and Energy, Department of Trade, Industry and competition and other stakeholders, will continue to elevate the South African mining sector as a key economic contributor and catalyst for the positive and competitive brand positioning of the South African nation as an attractive destination for investment.

The theme of this year’s Africa Mining Indaba is the evolution of African mining: investing in energy transition, ESG and savings.

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