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Mark Bristow

CEO, BARRICK GOLD
"We plan to double our copper production by the end of the decade. There remains significant upside potential in the gold industry, and the copper operations are strategic and additive to that."

Simon Meadows Smith

MANAGING DIRECTOR, SEMS EXPLORATION
"We believe technology should enhance, not replace, the role of geologists in exploration."

Mark Bristow

PRESIDENT & CEO, BARRICK GOLD
"Our successful exploration programs are feeding high-quality prospects into an already bulging pipeline and we expect to grow our reserves net of depletion again this year."

Larry Phillips

CEO, COMPASS GOLD
Compass Gold explains progress at its Sikasso property in Mali.

Bert Monro

CEO, CORA GOLD
West African junior Cora Gold updates GBR on progress at Sanankoro, Mali.

Nana Sangmuah

CEO, ROSCAN GOLD
"Sandwiched between two of the largest producing assets in West Africa and with our six discoveries made already, we hope to join the league of tier-one mines."

Dolores Biamou

MINING PROJECTS DIRECTOR AFRICA, BOLLORÉ LOGISTICS
Bolloré Logistics explains how it has been able to maintain the supply chain for mines in Africa despite the pandemic and security threats.

Mark Bristow

PRESIDENT AND CEO, BARRICK GOLD
Mark Bristow spoke with GBR about Barrick’s global operations and sustainability philosophy.

Steven Poulton

CEO, ALTUS STRATEGIES
Altus Strategies explains its particular royalty generator model that is primarily focused on Africa.

Stuart Gale

CEO, RESOLUTE MINING
Resolute Mining describes progress at its Syama gold mine in Mali and at the Mako gold mine in Senegal.

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