Amid Continuing Uncertainty, Africa Oil Week Announces Cancellation of Rescheduled February 2021 Edition as Event Returns to November 2021 Dates
October 29, 2020
Download logoAfrica Oil Week (AOW) (https://Africa-OilWeek.com), part of Hyve Group PLC, announces with regret the cancellation of the February 2021 edition of AOW, due to take place in Cape Town, South Africa. The event will now return next year to its regular date line, 1-5 November 2021. Africa Oil Week’s sister event, Investing in African Mining Indaba (https://www.MiningIndaba.com), has also been cancelled and will return 7-10 February 2022.
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