Zambia Monitor listed as official media partner for international mining and energy conference, ZIMEC 2023


Zambia’s leading development-focused online newspaper, Zambia Monitor, is yet again listed to officially cover the 2023 Zambia International Mining and Energy Conference in November.

Zambia Monitor is partnering with the United Kingdom (UK) firm, AME Trade Limited, to provide coverage at the conference slated for November 1-2 ,2023 in Zambia’s mining town, Kitwe.

The event will bring together government and players in the mining and energy sectors, as well as members of civil society and the academia. The conference is primed to find solutions to the challenges facing the mining and energy industries as well as showcase innovations.

The conference is expected to be officially opened by President Hakainde Hichilema, with various panel discussions focusing on optimising the mine to market value chain to support the energy transition.

Other themes to guide discussions, according to the draft programme include sustainable development in the region over the next decade and investing in Zambia, mine to market, clean energy and the sustainable development of future minerals among others.

Read more : Zambia Monitor joins other global media to cover 30th Annual Meetings of Afreximbank in Accra

Zambia Monitor has in the recent past successfully attended and covered the 30th Annual Meetings for the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) which took place in Accra, Ghana in June this year.

It was also one of the reputable media platforms officially invited to cover the Ninth session of the African Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (ARFSD-9) in Niamey, Niger.

The forum was jointly organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the government of Niger, in collaboration with the African Union Commission, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and other entities in the United Nations system.

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