BVI company participating in new project for junior mining companies

The organiser of the Investing in African Mining Indaba, the world’s largest mining investment conference, dedicated to the capitalisation and development of mining interests in Africa, announced that the JSS Empowerment Mining Fund has signed on as a sponsor for the new Junior Miners Pavilion, including Investment Battlefield Competition. This is a newly launched US$75 million fund offering funding for junior opencast mining companies.

The Investment Battlefield Competition will give junior mining companies the opportunity to present their projects to a panel of expert investors, competing for a number of prizes that will support the development of new projects.

The JSS Empowerment Mining Fund joins the Chamber of Mines of SA and the DMR in supporting the Junior Mining Pavilion and the Investment Battlefield Competition. Among the first participants there are Bannerman Resources (Australia), Consolidated Nickel Mines (UK), Energizer Resources (Canada), IPC Coal (South Africa) and Premier African Minerals (British Virgin Islands).

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