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The Geological Society Newsletter is published three times a year and is available either by e-mail or by postage to all paid up members of the Society. Please feel free to request back copies (for a fee) or send comments to our Newsletter Editor. Contributions to the newsletter on any topic related to geology are always welcome

Talk Online - Origin of sulfide mineralization of the Main Sulfide Zone, Shurugwi Subchamber of the Great Dyke: summary of recent studies - Jeff Chaumba

On Friday 16 October 2020, Jeff Chaumba delivered an online talk titled -
 
'Origin of sulfide mineralization of the Main Sulfide Zone, Shurugwi Subchamber of the Great Dyke: summary of recent studies'
 
The presentation is attached below:

Talk Online - A Reassessment of the Geodynamic Evolution of the Zimabwe Craton - Hielke Jelsma

On Friday 9 October 2020, Hielke Jelsma delivered an online talk titled -
 
'A Reassessment of the Geodynamic Evolution of the Zimabwe Craton'
 
The presentation is attached below:
 
A recording of the talk can be found at the link below:
 
 

Talk Online - Alluvial Gold - Exploration and Investment Policies - an interplay, Zimbabwe - FB Mupaya

On Friday 14 August 2020, Bornwell Mupaya delivered an online talk titled -
 
'Alluvial Gold -  Exploration and Investment Policies -  an interplay,  Zimbabwe'
 
The presentation is attached below:
 
A recording of the talk can be found at the link below:-
 

Talk Online - Mineral Exploration using modern Airborne EM systems and ground follow-up with state of the art SQUID sensor Case Study: Jacomynspan Ni-Cu deposit, South Africa - M. Ushendibaba

On Friday 24th July 2020 Mhaka Ushendibaba,  Consultant Geophysicist with Geoppace delivered an online talk titled -

'Mineral Exploration using modern Airborne EM systems and ground follow-up with state of the art SQUID sensor Case Study: Jacomynspan Ni-Cu deposit, South Africa'

A recording of the talk can be found at the link below:-

Talks - Online with the GSSA

With the link below you can view the GSSA program of talks and register to participate.
 
 
Each talk has a registration link included, and GSZ members can register with these. The need for registration is twofold; the GSSA Zoom license is limited to 100 people and they need to manage that, and to ensure security

Passing of Maarten de Wit

We regret to announce that one of our Honorary Members, Maarten de Wit, passed away on Wednesday, April 15.
 
In 2000,  Maarten delivered  Macgregor Memorial Lecture to the Geological Society of Zimbabwe titled    "Old rocks act lies: that's why it is so difficult to reconstruct what Earth looked like long ago” 
 
Professor Maarten de Wit  was one of Africa’s most distinguished earth scientists whose research interests spanned geodynamics, tectonics and stratigraphy, early earth processes and the evolution of the Gondwana supercontinent. 

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