What’s hot and happening in West Africa

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African Mining Forum, hosted in Rwanda in 2019, is evolving to ensure it continues to provide its audience with the information and knowledge sharing opportunities necessary to build greater business opportunities in Africa as we continue to operate within a COVID-19 world.
Join us, together with Mining Review Africa for the second episode in a series of expert-led Webinars to help guide your African mining investment decisions.
On the back of our first series which focused on the East African region, Series 2 will dive into emerging markets in West Africa that offer significant opportunities. The region is recognized as “new gold frontier” and an emerging gold investment hotspot in Africa.
And our timing is great! West Africa has the biggest gold growth rate in the world, DESPITE the current pandemic. At present, 74% of all exploration projects are focusing on gold.
African Mining Forum will dive into the current and future potential in Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana, where key investors and mining operators will share their experiences and expectations of the markets in those territories.
Join us for a live digital session where we will unpack this topic in greater detail.

Key discussion points will include:

  • What makes these regions attractive investment spots
  • ​Understanding the untapped gold potential in these regions
  • Impact of the gold price trends on mining operations and investments in West Africa
  • ​Insight on legislation updates in Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana – what you need to know to make an investment decision right now
  • ​Unpacking key challenges that still exist to operate in those territories​
  • Key projects in these regions – successes and knowledge sharing from miners already investing in Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana

Highlighted Speakers

Join us for Series 3 and 4 as we unpack the hottest mining destinations in Southern Africa and Central Africa over the next three months