Tht AMRE’s aims are to consider, originate and promote the general advancement of all matters pertaining to the work of certificated mechanical and electrical engineers on the mines, to encourage their continuing professional development, to uphold their status and to protect the interests of its members.Continue reading →
The Association of Mine Managers provides a platform for mining industry professionals to discuss, evaluate and debate mining and minerals policy, technical innovations, safety and health challenges and advancements in mining in South Africa.Continue reading →
The Association of Mine Financial and Administrative Managers (AMFAM) consists of 350 members at gold, platinum and other metalliferous mining operations. It was established in 1920 as the Association of Mine Secretaries.
The main objectives of the association have always been to originate and promote the general advancement of financial discipline in the mining industry, and to protect the interests of its members.
The Association’s objectives are achieved in diverse ways, including conferences and seminars, where information is shared by relevant presentations. Every year, each district produces written projects that are reproduced in books, distributed in the industry as well as to universities and libraries around the world. These books are a permanent record of the association’s achievements and progress.
AMIHRP recognises the dynamic environment facing all Human Resource Practitioners and acknowledges the meaningful role played by all South Africans in the transformation of the South African mining industry.Continue reading →
The Association aims to improve the Safety impact in South Africa through information sharing, creating structured qualification frameworks and adopting industry best practices for consistent improvement of safety performance throughout industry. AMSPSA aims to educate its members on safety matters by considering and discussing everything affecting the professional interests of its members.Continue reading →
The Young Professionals Council of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM-YPC) is constituted to develop and promote initiatives and industry awareness of the members of the Institute who are 35 years and younger and to provide an alternative perspective to Council (SAIMM) to consider in its decision-making.Continue reading →
We’re a professional association of administrative and financial managers within the coal mining industry founded in 1986. Our mission is to provide a conducive, interactive forum where issues of a financial, administrative, commercial and managerial nature pertinent to the mining industry are discussed.Continue reading →
MD360⁰ is a Not for Profit Company (NPC Reg. 2012/134421/08) and a registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO Ref. 930051944) with Section 18A status with the South African Revenue Service. MD360⁰ participates in and leads research on topics as diverse the social and economic footprint of a major mining company to a diagnostic study of artisanal and small-scale mining. Our methodology for community consultation is being more widely recognised for its respectful approach and insightful outcomes. There is an overwhelming need for access to information and the consistent call for a common evidence-base that all parties can trust, has in recent years led us to interrogate how the advancements in computing technologies could play a role. This has led to the development of the Socio-Economic Technology Initiative (SETI), which is primarily focused on combining qualitative and quantitative data to develop a common evidence base accessible to all stakeholders.Continue reading →
ASPASA is the voice of the surface mining industries. Membership ensures that your voice is heard at local, regional and national levels. No individual business should allow itself to be left out.Continue reading →
All qualified Professional Surveyors, Technologist Surveyors, Technician Surveyors and GISc Practitioners have to be registered with the South African Geomatics Council (SAGC).
Professional, Technologist and Technician Surveyors in training can also register with SAGC.