MIAMI, FL – APRIL 13: Tate Martell #18 of the Miami Hurricanes warms up before the annual Spring Game at Nathaniel Traz-Powell Stadium on April 13, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)The new season is finally just around the corner and college football fans couldn’t be more excited to see their teams in action.Florida and Miami (FL) get the part started in just three weeks on August 24.After moths of offseason activity, there are plenty of new faces around the country. Former Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell took his talents to the state of Florida for a fresh start.He seems to have found love in the process. The new University of Miami quarterback appears to have a new love interest. Earlier this summer he was spotted in a photo with model Kiki Passo.Passo is a swimsuit and Instagram model and has massive following on the social media platform.She has over 850,000 followers on Instagram.The 22-year-old model was born in Brazil before moving to the United States.Her Instagram feed consistently sees her donning swimsuits.After former Georgia quarterback Justin Fields made his move to Ohio State, Martell decided to take his talents away from the Buckeyes.Now he’s fighting for the starting job for the Hurricanes.
“Global corporate, political and macro-economic thought-leaders from Australia and Africa, North America and the UK will headline the 20th annual Investing in Africa Mining Indaba™, February 3 to 6 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre,” says Managing Director Jonathan Moore. International Mining will be attending. “This reflects accelerated mining interest around the African continent and underlines the essence of the Mining Indaba – this is where the world really connects with African mining.” They will focus attention on critical mining issues, offering macro-economic and policy insights. Launching the series of keynotes strategically positioned throughout the conference is Phil Newman, CEO of CRU Strategies. With a background in mining engineering, he will discuss the changing face of world mineral supply on the preliminary day of Mining Indaba 2014.Setting the scene with her official welcome address is SA Minister of Mineral Resources Susan Shabangu, a member of the African National Congress National Working Committee since December 2007.Following her is Eleni Gabre-Madhin, recently named one of the 100 Most Influential Africans. As founder of the acclaimed Ethiopia Commodity Exchange, she successfully managed to achieve trading of $1.2 billion in three years. Gabre-Madhin’s eleni LLC now delivers turnkey commodity exchanges in frontier markets, already attracting equity investments from Morgan Stanley and the International Finance Corp.Focusing on win-win mining scenarios for investors, mining companies and governments and bringing a wealth of practical parliamentary experience to the podium is the Hon Colin Barnett. He served as Western Australia’s Premier, Minister for State Development and Minister of Science.Mining and sustainable development will be discussed by Professor Paul Collier, director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies at Oxford University and adviser to the International Monetary Fund’s Strategy and Policy Department.Makhtar Diop’s keynote address will be informed by World Bank experience, currently as Vice-President for the Africa Region and previously in Brazil in particular and South America and the Caribbean in general.Keynote panels will allow stimulating discussion on themes such as the current status and future outlook for African mining and the impact of Asian growth on African mining. Participating in both topics will be Frank Holmes, advisor on sustainable development to the William J. Clinton Foundation and to the International Crisis Group. CEO and Chief Investment Officer of US Global Investors, he manages award winning mutual funds and hedge funds in natural resources, emerging markets and infrastructure sectors.Engaging with him is David Hale of David Hale Associates, the Chicago-based economist renowned for his global market research and insights. As well as writing for many publications, he is also currently co-authoring a book on the Chinese economy.Mining Indaba’s robust discussions and access to key industry game-changers are expected to attract some 8,000 delegates. About half are likely to be from Africa, joined by counterparts from Europe, Australia, the Americas and Asia.For more program details: www.miningindaba.com