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The 2014 Mining Indaba

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Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa

Weatherhaven RCS, together with Canvas and Tent and Dynamic African Projects, will be exhibiting at the annual African Mining Indaba. This is the world’s largest mining investment event and Africa’s largest mining event. Gathering mining’s most influential stakeholders and decision-makers vested in African mining, it is organised by the Mining Indaba LLC and is in its 19th year.

Investing in African Mining Indaba along with its African partners has channelled billions of foreign investment dollars into the mining value chain. 2013 was a record breaking year, with over 7800 individuals representing more than 1500 international companies from 100 countries and approximately 45 African and non-African government delegates.

Global professionals including key mining analysts, fund managers, investment specialists and governments will be in attendance. For them, the African Mining Indaba as the preferred venue to obtain the most current economic and mining developments that the world’s leading experts on African mining has to offer.

This Indaba allows the world to connect with African mining.

2013 End of Year Celebrations

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Date: 12 November 2013
Venue: Parkview

This year, the Canvas and Tent Group chose to celebrate our annual client function in style. Much fun was had at the Barnyard in Parkview on Tuesday, 12 November 2013. We had roughly 290 guests in attendance, with many singing along and thoroughly enjoying the evening’s entertainment. It was a great end to a prosperous year.

RCS Exhibits at 2013 IDEF

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Venue: Tüyap Fair Convention and Congress Centre

Weatherhaven RCS formed part of the Canvas and Tent exhibition and the South African pavilion at the eleventh International Defence Industry Fair (IDEF), which saw 794 exhibitors and sector professionals from 52 countries gathering to showcase their products.

The fair was held under the auspices and support of the Ministry of National Defence in response to the Turkish Armed Forces Foundation (TAFF). It played host to 255 national and 539 foreign exhibitors while attracting considerable attention from national and foreign qualified visitors. IDEF hosted 105 delegates and two international institutions. 529 members from 81 countries were in attendance, of which 22 were ministers, four deputy ministers, five deputy chiefs of general staff, six force commanders and eight undersecretaries. The hub of information surrounding the event was astounding. The fair once again proved to be successful, realising the potential for the defence industry to market itself on an international platform.