Chamber of Mines to unearth new identity
Business Day – The 128-year-old Chamber of Mines intends to come up with a new identity and name over the next few months.
Chamber looks forward to years when platinum Mandela coin gains pre-eminence
Mining Weekly – The Chamber of Mines of South Africa is looking forward to the years when a platinum Mandela coin gains pre-eminence globally, emulating South Africa’s great success with gold coinage.
Mxolisi Mgojo Chamber of Mines president, flanked by Steve Phiri
Moneyweb – A new formidable leadership that will sing from the same hymn sheet.
Zambezi Protocol providing strategic direction to identity-changing Chamber of Mines
Engineering News – The 128-year-old Chamber of Mines of South Africa provided an important indicator of its intended new direction when it revealed that the Zambezi Protocol would be its guiding light as it embarked on its identity and name-change programme.
New Chamber of Mines President has his work cut out
Moneyweb – Mxolisi Mgojo’s schedule is about to become a little more hectic. The CEO of Exxaro was elected President of the Chamber of Mines at the organisation’s annual general meeting held on Wednesday.
Mxolisi Mgojo elected as president of the Chamber of Mines
Mining Review – At the 127th AGM of the Chamber of Mines members elected the new office bearers for the 2017/2018 period including new president Mxolisi Mgojo.
Chamber heads for new beginning
Mining Weekly – The Chamber of Mines of South Africa is rethinking its identity and name and has elected Mxolisi Mgojo its new president. Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer joins senior deputy editor Tracy Hancock in studio to discuss this news.
Chamber of Mines concerned by deaths of illegal miners
THE CITIZEN – The Chamber of Mines said on Friday it was deeply concerned that 31 people have died in what appears to have been an underground methane explosion at Eland Shaft mine in Welkom, a closed mine in the Free State.
CoM worried about Welkom mine deaths
MINING WEEKLY – The Chamber of Mines (CoM) on Friday said it is deeply concerned that 31 people have died in what appears to have been an underground methane explosion at the closed Eland mine shaft, in the Free State.
Death of 31 illegal miners a painful reminder of the dangers involved
SA BREAKING NEWS – South Africa’s Chamber of Mines said it was deeply concerned, after 31 people were killed in an underground methane explosion at a closed mine in the Free State.