The Government of South Africa's Department of Mineral Resources.
The Chamber of Mines of South Africa is a prominent industry employers' organisation which exists to serve its members and promote their interests in the South African mining industry.
Started in 1894, the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy is a professional institute with local and international links aimed at assisting members source news and views about technological developments in the mining, metallurgical and related sectors as well as embracing a professional code of ethics.
The Institute of Mine Surveyors was established in 1923. The primary objectives are to advance the science and practice of mine surveying and allied disciplines, to promote and protect the character and interests of the profession of mine surveying and to foster professional etiquette.
The Council for Geoscience is actively engaged in various activities within and outside the borders of South Africa, including geological mapping, metallogenic mapping, coastal erosion studies, marine geology, geotechnical mapping and economic geology.
South African National Union of Mineworkers.
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