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Very useful particularly the diverse range of people from Ministries through service suppliers, insurance, banks and obviously fellow mining companies. Simon Purkiss, CEO - Consolidated Nickel Mines Plc. 
Hugely met my expectations in every way, I thought it was incredibly well organised and incredibly well produced. Chris Cleverly, Chairman - African Potash Plc.
Charity Golf Tournament - Friday 13th October 2017

You can enjoy a unique golf experience at the only 18 Hole Championship Golf Course in Botswana, situated at the same venue as the Africa Mining Summit. Tournament players and hackers alike can look forward to an exciting day of golf, enjoying breathtaking views and wildlife, refreshments and socializing.
Golf package includes:
  • Welcome station with refreshments and half-way meal.
  • Africa Mining Summit Commemorative Golf Caps.
  • Shared golf buggies.
  • Contests and prize giveaways.
  • Exceptional locker room facilities. 
Pricing and options
  • Option 1: Individual Golf Package Fee: $150 per Person.
  • Option 2: Four Ball Group Package Fee: $400 GBP per Group.
The Charity selected to be the beneficiary for the Golf Day is the MPULE KWELAGOBE CHILDREN’S CENTRE a place of safety that provides short-term residential care, support and protection to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC’s) where the traditional caring structures have failed

The centre is run by the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development through the Department of Social Protection (Division of Child Protection Services). 

The facility was opened in the year 2000 and was initially run by the Roman Catholic Church in partnership with the Ministry of Local Government-Department of Social Services, the current Department of Social Protection. The Church handed the Centre to the Government in 2005 and it became a fully managed Government institution .

The facility was meant to provide temporary shelter for children in difficulties while a long-term arrangement for care is being made such as family reconstruction, fostering or adoption. As a Government owned centre it has become a model of care for OVC’s in need of protection.

The residential facility was donated by Debswana Jwaneng Mine as part of its Social Responsibility to the Community. The centre which accommodates children from birth to 18 years old was named after Miss Mpule Kwelagobe who won Miss Universe in 1999.

Currently there are 10 houses that have accommodated 35 children. Their urgent need is to replace all the curtains in the houses, therefore, any support that may help to address this issue will be much appreciated.