KCM BOARD MEETS CS PETROLEUM AND MINING TO DISCUSS WAY FORWARD FOR INDUSTRY

Last week the Board / Executive Council of KCM met CS John Munyes and gave an extensive
presentation on solutions to the many issues and bottlenecks facing the industry. The Ministry agreed to
form a 6 man team drawn from the KCM Board and the Ministry to meet quarterly with a mandate to
address issues and problems and forge a way forward. President Kenyatta has set a target of 4% of GDP
for the mineral industry and much needs to be done to achieve this. KCM is fully committed to playing
its part in making this a reality.

KCM Members can access more information from the meeting by logging into the members portal.

Kenya Ranked 2nd Worst Mining Destination in the World

In According to the Frasier Institute’s Annual Global Survey of Mining Executives, Kenya has scored very badly as a destination for mining investment. Whilst Canada bagged the top spot as the most attractive country to invest in the mining sector, Kenya limped in as the second worst place in the world. Read more

KENYA MINING FORUM EVENT

4 – 5 December 2017
Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya
Harambee: Establishing a world class mining hub in East Africa

WHAT IS KENYA MINING FORUM?

The second edition of the annual Kenya Mining Forum, hosted by the Ministry of Mining of Mines and in partnership with the Kenya Chamber of Mines will open doors to exclusive networking opportunities for mining

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SPONSORSHIP BROCHURE 2017

15 – 16 November 2017
NAIROBI, KENYA
14 November: Pre-conference
Harambee: Establishing a world class mining hub in East Africa

Kenya Mining Forum is the premier business and investment platform dedicated to the development of Kenya’s mining industry.

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