Mining Indaba 2022 makes a R200 000 donation to Cotlands Children’s Charity

Investing in African Mining Indaba ( organisers Hyve donated R200 000 to Cotlands Children’s charity. The donations are made at the end of every Indaba through the handover of a cheque to the charity. This year both Hyve and Cotlands representatives were able to do the handover in person.

Cotlands is a non-profit organization existing to ensure that all children have equal opportunities. Quality foundation stage education is the key to successful school readiness. Cotlands provides care, support and development opportunities to vulnerable young children and their families.

Their work with children in vulnerable communities is crucial in addressing a series of problems that currently dominate headlines in our country. By supporting Cotlands, you will enable it to shift mindsets that have prevented generations of South Africans from moving beyond survival into the realm of achievement.

Cotlands helps shape tomorrow’s heroes by giving them a fighting chance at a better life.

Hyve is pleased to be part of that journey.


Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Investing in African Mining Indaba.

Hyve Group plc
Dr. Alex Mswaka

R&A Strategic Communications
Sherilee Lakmides
+27 11 880 3924

Tanisha Heiberg
+27 11 880 3924


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Investing in African Mining Indaba is the largest mining investment event in Africa. With a proven track record of bringing together Ministers, senior Government representatives, Mining Companies, Mid and Junior Miners, Investors, professional services as well as mining equipment and service providers, Mining Indaba is the place to meet everybody who’s anybody in the African and global mining industry. It is the must-attend event that drives the mining industry forward, provides attendees with an unmatched access to the entire value chain and the most influential players in African mining for four days of high-quality content, deal-making and networking opportunities.

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