MTE Jwaneng Expo 2018

MTE 25Year logo finals   
Venue: Jwaneng Rugby Club  
Date: 20 April 2018  
12:00 to 16:30  

Jwaneng mine 
Debswana head office 
Local industry in Gaborone


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spacer Per stand - Excl. VAT
   1 show    R11 900
  2 shows    R18 200
  3 shows    R23 100


Immediate mine needs include, but are not limited to:

  • Drones    
  • Safety     
  • Fire and tragedy     
  • Noise   
  • Explosives
  • Heavy moving equipment
  • Dust suppression

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Decision makers engaging with suppliers.

Botswana is Africa’s crown jewel – no pun intended. The southern African country is the third-biggest diamond-producing country in the world, second only to Russia and Canada. Debswana, a company owned jointly by the Botswanan government and De Beers, controls most of the diamonds in Botswana including two most prolific mines, Orapa and Jwaneng. With the completion of the Cut-8 in September 2012, Jwaneng became the largest open pit diamond mine in the world.

Most of Botswana’s diamond production is of gem quality, which resulted in the country’s position as the world’s leading producer of diamonds by value, reinforcing the need for MTE’s presence. Copper, gold, nickel and soda ash production have also held traditionally significant (though smaller) roles in the national economy.
MTE is honoured to host another show in a country so renowned for its wealth in minerals. We hope you find the show to be a truly memorable and enriching experience.

Exhibitors should include companies that supply equipment or products to the coal mines or power stations or that supply equipment or products that can be used in the coal mining or power generating process. Palapye is a coal mining and power station area, if you’re involved in that business, then this is the expo for you!


This is our 5th exhibition in the area.The last show was in 2017


- We had 286 registered visitors and
24 exhibitors booked at the last exhibition.


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