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#MiningIndaba: Zwane upbeat over spin-offs for SA

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Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane. (Photo: Mining Indaba)
Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane. (Photo: Mining Indaba)

Cape Town – The 2017 Mining Indaba yielded a number of positive spin-offs for South Africa, said Mines Minister Mosebenzi Zwane.

Speaking to Fin24 on the last day of the Mining Indaba, Zwane said he was pleased with the attendance from mining companies, investors and delegates from other countries.

“We’ve also managed to sign a number of memoranda of understanding from Monday up to now. Countries like Japan, China, Angola, Nigeria have already come forward and said: ‘We want to work with you, South Africa. Let’s move this sector forward.’

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