Amidst the ongoing Investing in African Mining Indaba Conference in Cape Town, South Africa, Samuel A. Jinapor, the Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, actively engaged in bilateral discussions with investors.
The focus was on exploring potential investment avenues within Ghana's mining sector, highlighting the nation's commitment to responsible mining practices on the international stage.
Following his participation in the 2024 Intergovernmental Summit's panel discussion, Mr Jinapor extended his outreach through media interactions. These included a studio interview with INDABA TV and a radio discussion with Radio France Internationale (RFI). These engagements serve as pivotal platforms to underscore Ghana's dedication to responsible and sustainable mining practices globally.
Mr Jinapor's involvement mirrors Ghana's resolve to promote responsible mining, foster sustainable growth, and forge international alliances for a prosperous mining future in Africa.
Within the backdrop of the Mining Indaba, these discussions transpire against the theme of 'Embracing the power of positive disruption: A bold new future for African mining' in 2024. This theme actively encourages and supports the necessary changes and disruptions crucial for the advancement of the African mining industry.