African state of play: how Aussie diplomats see it

ONE of the reasons Africa Down Under has become one of the “must-do” events for Australian resource companies working in Africa is that it has become a magnet for hard-to-get-to people – such as ministers of mines, writes Barry Avery in his African Angle column.

African state of play: how Aussie diplomats see it African state of play: how Aussie diplomats see it African state of play: how Aussie diplomats see it African state of play: how Aussie diplomats see it African state of play: how Aussie diplomats see it

L-R: Joanna Adamson, Adam McCarthy, Jon Richardson, John Feakes, Mark Sawyers and Suzanne McCourt

While the Diggers and Dealers Forum in Kalgoorlie likes to pretend that it is a politician-free conference, Africa Down Under makes no such claim; the more of pollies that pitch up, the better.

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