The Copper Development Association Africa (CDAA) has represented the local copper industry in southern Africa since 1962 and now promotes copper usage throughout Africa. The CDAA’s head office is based in Johannesburg and, on behalf of its members, the organisation is committed to advancing and expanding the use of copper and copper alloys throughout Africa. The CDAA, through continuous projects and trials, facilitates the adoption of downstream products, and the uses and benefits of copper across a plethora of industries.Continue reading →
ASPASA is a non-profit association established for the following objectives:
To study, research and implement solutions to any operations, logistics and other matters affecting the Industry, including but not limited to, those in the scientific, technical, documentary, skills, environmental, legal, health and safety, and institutional domains;
To act as a forum for its Members to ensure ethical and legal compliance but to ensure discussions are not in breach of Competition Legislation.
to influence the legal framework for the Industry and its application in the fields of mining licenses, rehabilitation, health and safety and product quality, skills development, technical, quality and
To generally represent the interests of the participants in the Industry .