CEMI, Lepharo partner to drive tech innovation

The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) and Lepharo Incubation Programme NPC recently announced they have solidified a strategic alliance, signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) January 30 in South Africa to foster collaboration in promoting and supporting mining technologies and innovations.

Chamirai Charles Nyabeze, vice president for Business Development at CEMI, and Zenzo Nkomo, CEO of Lepharo Incubation Programme NPC, formally executed the MoU during a signing ceremony.

This historic partnership signifies a significant step towards enhancing technology transfer between Canada and South Africa in the mining sector. By leveraging each other’s expertise and resources, CEMI and Lepharo Incubation Programme NPC aim to create a beneficial environment for innovation and growth.

“This partnership opens doors for groundbreaking advancements in mining technology,” said Nyabeze. “Together, we can drive meaningful change and address the industry’s evolving needs.”

Nkomo added, “The synergies between our organizations create opportunities for impactful innovation. Through this collaboration, we are poised to revolutionize the mining landscape for emerging miners, mine host communities and mining technology innovators.”

CEMI is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the global mining industry through innovation. Lepharo Incubation Programme NPC is a leading innovation hub focused on nurturing startups and promoting entrepreneurship in South Africa.

Source: cemi.ca

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