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Summer Symposium 2014

The Summer Symposium was held on 28th November 2014 at the Geological Department at the University of Zimbabwe.

Deputy Minister of Mines and Mining Development, the Hon. Fred Moyo MP offically openned the symposium.

The program was as follows and abstracts can be uploaded from the list below:-

Welcome & Atlas Project Demonstration Andrew du Toit,  Society Chairman 
Official Openning Deputy Minister of Mines and Mining Development, the Hon. Fred Moyo MP
Overview of Zimbabwe’s Mineral Resource Potential -  Tip of the Iceberg? Forbes Mugumbate
Policy Development and its effects on mineral resource rich countries: from potential to actualization Ben Mapane (Keynote Speaker)
Hydrocarbon Potential in Zimbabwe Brent Barber
A snapshot of PGE resources of the Great Dyke Collins Mwatawa
Comparison between Sulphide ores and Oxide ores on the Wedza Complex of the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe Freddy Chikwiri 
The Waterberg Platinum Discovery Gordon Chunnett
Determination Of Optimal Combination Of Recovery Rate (Rom) And Level (Cut-Off Grade) Based On The Polygon Method Of Reserve Estimation Lyman Mlambo
Merits of multi-spacing Gradient Induced Polarisation (GIP) and its applications Tenyears Gumede
Exploitation of gangue minerals and their contribution towards a country’s economic development Kennedy Magomo
The History of Mica Mining in Zimbabwe Tim Broderick
The Geomorphology of southwest  Uganda Andy Pahwaringira
SRK's perspective on new mining business for the past 5 Years Arimon Ngilazi
A Discussion On Quality Assurance-Quality Control (QAQC) In Mineral Exploration Jones Bishi
Summary Ben Mapane