South Africa
Joburg Indaba

Joburg Indaba 2014  

KPMG is proud to be associated with the Joburg Indaba 2014.  As a gold sponsor, the firm aims to connect with mining executives and facilitate dialogue about the key issues that face the industry today.

 

Registrations are now open

Come and join in the lively debates at the 2014 Joburg Indaba which promises to raise the bar set in 2013, when more than 300 mining executives gathered in Johannesburg for an honest, frank (and sometimes blunt) conversation about the South African mining industry that made headlines in all the main media.


Local and international speakers, fund managers, investors, analysts and captains of industry gathered in October 2014 at the Inanda Club in Johannesburg to drive the way forward for the South African industry while at the same time sharing insights into global commodity market prospects and investment opportunities elsewhere in Africa.

 

Who were the speakers?
 
Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive of Anglo American joins an esteemed  group of mining and investor heavyweights, was the keynote speaker at the 2014 Joburg Indaba in October.  Cutifani with more than 38 years in the mining industry has working experience in 25 operating environments and with 20 commodities and is widely recognised as an industry innovator. “Mark’s broad industry, technical and commercial knowledge is a prime example of the calibre of speakers joining the critical conversations at this year’s event” states Bernard Swanepoel, Chairman at the 2014 Joburg Indaba.


The Joburg Indaba also attracted the most important names in global mining and mining investment. AngloGold Ashanti, the world’s largest emerging market gold producer, contributed to a range of important conversations concerning South Africa’s mining industry at this year’s Joburg Indaba. CEO, Srinivasan Venkatakrishnan, better known as Venkat, as well as Robert Friedland.  Valli Moosa, Ben Magara, Mike Teke, Graham Briggs, Peter Steenkamp, Michael Spicer, Colin Coleman, Mike Schmidt, Carel Smit and many other key role-players in the local and global resources sector were present. 

 

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