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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 - Studio Mapper: An Underground Mapping Solution - Solomon Gumbie

On Thursday 6th May 2021 Solomon Gumbie  delivered an online talk titled:-
 
'Studio Mapper: An Underground Mapping Solution'
 
Please find a copy of the presentation below.
 
A recording of the talk can be found at this link:-

Passing of Sydney Simango

 
Sydney was a well known and active member of the geological community.
 
 
 
Sydney joined the Geological Survey in 1981 as a graduate from Aston University in Birmingham, UK with a BSc (Honours) Degree in Geology.  Sydney was assigned as counterpart to the British Geological Survey team and sent to map the country between Rushinga and Nyamapanda (Bulletin 92, 1991)where he was responsible for mapping that section of the area north of Sutswe and Chikwizo.  Here he supervised field teams in the stream-bed geochemical sampling of his area,

Talk Online - Alluvial Diamond Deposits across Africa - A Travelogue- Tanya Marshall

On Thursday 15 April Tanya Marshall  delivered an online talk titled:-
 
 'Alluvial Diamond Deposits across Africa -  A Travelogue'
 
Please find a copy of the presentation below.
 
A recording of the talk can be found at this link:-

AGM 2021

The 2021 AGM was held at 1700 hours on 26th February 2021 via Zoom.
 
 The following agenda was dicussed:
 
1. Convening of Meeting
2. Obituaries  and Minute of Silence
3. Apologies
4. Minutes of Previous AGM – 28 th February 2020
          Consideration and approval of the minutes
          Matters arising not covered  elsewhere in the agenda
5. Chairman’s Statement – Ellah Muchemwa
6. Treasurer’s report – Collins Mwatahwa
     a. 2021 Subscription rate
7.

Passing of Godfrey Gundani

We regret to announce that one of our members, Godfrey Gundani, passed away on 16th January 2021.
 
The Geological Society of Zimbabwe offers sincere condolences to his family.
 
Godfrey was a well known and active member of the geological community.

Talk Online - Insights into the deformation and gold mineralisation of the Mwanesi Greenstone Belt, central Zimbabwe Craton - Brian Mapingere

On Friday 15 January Brian Mapingere delivered an online talk titled:-
 
'Insights into the deformation and gold mineralisation of the Mwanesi Greenstone Belt, central Zimbabwe Craton'
Please find a copy of the presentation below.
 
A recording of the talk can be found at the link below
 

Talk Online - Contrasting rare-element mineralization in the Bikita & Mweza pegmatite fields Zimbabwe - Godfrey Chagondah

On Friday 11 December 2020   Godfrey Chagondah delivered an online talk titled:-
 
'Contrasting rare-element mineralization in the Bikita & Mweza pegmatite fields, Zimbabwe'
 
Please find a copy of the presentation below.
 
A recording of the talk can be found at the link below
 

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