Wed, Aug 3, 2022 at 9:00 AM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
An informed, intimate panel discussion among sub-Saharan explorers with different commodities in different jurisdictions. Join this conversation centred on the unique contrasts between the jurisdictions, their communities, the political situation and the impact of mining in Africa.
Moderated and hosted by a representative of The Canada-Africa Chamber of Business.
Anyone with the event link can attend
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Dial-in Number: +1 (312) 248-9348
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Toye AbioyeHead of Business Development & Partnerships with the Canada Africa Chamber of BusinessToye Abioye coordinates the business development activities of the Chamber - bringing in new members and sponsors - as well as leading on the organization's growing number of partnerships. He assists with the development, management and evaluation of cross-sector partnerships amongst Chamber members, including partnership with the McGill MasterCard Foundation (MCF); implementing programs on opportunities to facilitate the transition of MCF Scholars and Alumni into the workforce for impact across Africa.
Pierre LéveilléPresident, CEO & Director of Deep-South ResourcesMr. Léveillé has over 30 years of experience in the International financial sector and 20 years of experience in the mining exploration industry. Mr. Léveillé has started is career as an Investment Advisor and an Investment Banker with a large Canadian Securities brokerage firm. From the mid 1990’s to today, he has been Executive and Director of several exploration companies active in Africa. He has financed and managed exploration projects in Namibia since 1996 including the acquisition and operation of a diamond mine. He has realized over US$ 100 million in transactions and financing for Namibian, Ghanian, Chilean and Canadian mining exploration projects.
Andrew DinningManaging Director & CEO of Sarama ResourcesAndrew is a founder and the Managing Director and CEO of Sarama Resources Ltd. Andrew is committed to development in Africa and is a board member of The Australia-Africa Minerals & Energy Group (AAMEG), a peak body representing Australian companies engaged in the development of Africa’s resource industry.
Andrew has over 30 years experience in the international mining arena having worked in the Democratic Republic of Congo, West Africa, UK, Russia and Australia. He has extensive mine management, operations and capital markets experience and has spent most of his career in the gold sector. Andrew was a director and President of DRC based Moto Goldmines Ltd from 2005 to 2009. He oversaw development of the company’s Moto Gold Project (Kibali Gold) from 2 million to +22 million ounces of gold, taking the project from exploration to pre-development prior to the $600 million takeover by Randgold Resources and AngloGold Ashanti in October 2009.
Mr Dinning has a MBA, a First Class Mine Managers Certificate (Western Australia and South Australia) and a Bachelor of Engineering (Mining) degree.
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