MD SERVICES SARL participated in the 30th edition of the Mining Indaba Conference held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town / South Africa from 05 to 08 February 2024, an exceptional meeting point of the African mining value chain inscribed under the eloquent Theme: “Harnessing the Power of Positive Disruption: a bold new future for African mining.”
A strong delegation of MD SERVICES SARL made up of nine members, led by the Managing Director Mr. Mudogo Didi, participated in all the events, conferences, presentations, and evenings organized on the sidelines of this global meeting. The opportunity was used to strengthen relationships with the Company’s current Clients and to present MD Services’ strengths to potential Clients for a future business partnership.
Several investors in the mining sector, heads of mining and related companies, heads of state, ministers, ambassadors, media houses, banks, general managers, chief executive officers, members of the clergy, audit houses, high commissioners, various managers, … have enhanced this global event held once a year, acting as Partner, Participant, Presenter, Host, Sponsor, etc.
The Democratic Republic of Congo was officially represented by its Prime Minister, His Excellency Mr. Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde. Through his brilliant presentation, he insisted on rational African mining, concluding by inviting investors to visit the Democratic Republic of Congo to discover the countless investment opportunities in the mining sector.
The DRC Breakfast organized on February 07, 2024 brought together the main actors of the public and private sectors, an audience of speakers, Congolese officials, and heads of major mining companies also took the floor to expose their various achievements in the country as well as many other Congolese companies. The setting was conducive to showcasing the latest mining developments in the country and the prospects for mining in Congo.
As soon as the Conference was over, the MD Services Delegation, very satisfied, returned to the city of Johannesburg to prepare for their return home.