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The London Indaba

Opening Keynote: Understanding perceptions: what will it take to truly change hearts and minds towards mining?
The London Indaba
26 June 2024, 08:15 – 08:45 GMT
The InterContinental Park Lane, London

ICMM CEO Rohitesh Dhawan will be giving the opening keynote on ‘Understanding perceptions: what will it take to truly change hearts and minds towards mining?

The 2nd edition of the London Indaba on “investing in resources and mining in Africa” is taking place on 25th & 26th June 2024 at The InterContinental Park Lane London. Brought to you by Resources for Africa, the organisers of the Joburg Indaba, the 2024 London Indaba will focus on Africa’s critical role in the minerals and metals of the future.

The inaugural London Indaba was held in June 2023 to high acclaim and was extremely well received by nearly 400 attendees who hailed from different African countries and international mining communities. Key stakeholders from government, mining houses, financial and investment institutions, business organisations and advisory experts took part in high level and lively discussions that were robust, engaging and constructive.

The London Indaba takes a pan African focus on the critical role African countries must play in providing many of the minerals and metals the world needs for the future, including but not limited to PGMs, gold, copper, cobalt, nickel, lithium, graphite, rare earths, vanadium, manganese, amongst others, and will explore the opportunities for African countries to meet global demand and satisfy what investors are looking for when investing in African resource and mining companies.

Resources 4 Africa offers engaging and intimate industry gatherings that promote conversation and networking. At the London Indaba we take our trademark frank approach to tackling the important issues, leading critical conversations with the industry that get to the heart of matters.

Join Rohitesh in his keynote session exploring why past efforts to improve the image of mining have failed, what insights into human nature and the mining industry's realities are needed, and which new approaches might be more effective in changing public perceptions.