AMN was established to develop and build relationships across Africa’s mining community,
and give the world a preview of what is happening in mining in Africa.
The next event is Thursday April 14, 2016 at The Wanderers Club, 21 North Street, Illovo, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Cost of three course dinner, networking and presentation is: R550
Due to the guest speaker being called away on urgent business, the next event will now be held on April 14 in Johannesburg, South Africa
or phone +27 (0)82 926-3882
Report on Roger Baxter’s address at November African Mining Network event (click here)
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Darlington Ubek Director of marketing and sales
To you and the team that put together the event, I want to say thank you for the platform. You are building and painting a big mosaic that is becoming a brand with the power to create positive change. Keep walking!
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This week’s African Mining Network news
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