The Ghana Chamber of Mines participated actively in the 2020 edition of the Mining Indaba Conference held at Cape Town in South Africa from 3rd – 6th February, 2020. The Sector Minister, Hon. Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh, led the country’s delegation to the conference with a team from the Minerals Commission. This year’s event was on the theme: “Optimizing growth and investment in the digitized mining economy”.
The CEO of the Chamber, Mr Sulemanu Koney, who led a team to of players from the industry, took part in discussions on mining and sustainable development, investing in mining, workshop on Manganese and Chrome and a workshop organized by Rand Refinery.
Similar to last year’s, most firms from Ghana that took part in the programme exhibited in the Ghana Pavilion – which was a specialized one-stop contact for mining businesses in Ghana. The firms and organizations that exhibited at the Ghana Pavilion aside the Ghana Chamber of Mines were: Newmont Ghana, Minerals Commission, Rocksure International, Kinross (Chirano Gold Mines), AngloGold Ashanti Ghana, Zen Petroleum, Nexans Kablemetal Limited, and BCM.
In view of the positive feedback, the concept of Ghana Pavilion will be replicated at next year’s Indaba Conference.