This year’s edition of the Mining On Top: Africa Summit (MOTA) brought together over 100 registered participants from 25 countries, including participants from: Angola, Cameroon, Guinea, Ghana, Madagascar, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa and Zambia.
As mentioned in the opening remarks, MOTA aims to promote Africa as an attractive destination for investment, while at the same advocating for technology sharing and good business practices in the sector. This year’s theme was ‘’Building shared value through mining investment’’ and this was reflected in the presentations that took place during the two days of Conference.

Our thanks to the Hon. Christopher Yaluma, the Hon. Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, Mr. Alkhaly Yamoussa Bangoura and the Hon. Abdul Ignosi Koroma, for their participation at the Ministerial Round Table. We’d also like to thank Siemens, German Mining Network, VDMA, AHK and TABA for supporting this initiative. Finally, we would like to thank all speakers and delegates for ensuring the success of the event.

We hope you will be able to join us at MOTA 2018.


Mining On Top: Building Shared Value

The 4th Mining on Top- Africa Summit (MOTA) will be held in Frankfurt, Germany on the 6-7 July 2017 . The two- day conference is expected to attract over 200 participants from over 20 countries.

MOTA is the most definitive African mining conference for Europe, uniting Ministers from Africa’s most established and emerging mining economies with global mining executives, investors and service providers to meet, share ideas, connect and encourage greater partnerships & stakeholder engagement.

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Mining On Top: Africa Summit
Focussing on a new era of sustainability and investing in Africa’s mining industry

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