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Cape Town – The annual Investing in Africa Mining Indaba, which is taking place from 6 until 9 February at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, is attracting 32% more mining companies and 71% more investors compared to 2016. 

Alex Grose, Managing Director of Mining Indaba, ascribed the resurgence in interest to an improved perception of mining equities. 

The Mining Indaba, currently the world’s largest mining investment conference and Africa’s largest mining event, provides a gateway for the capitalisation and development of mining interests in Africa. 

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