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Summer Symposium 2017

The Summer Symposium was held on 1st December 2017 at the Geological Department at the University of Zimbabwe.  The event was well supported with some 60 members in attendance.
The program was as follows and abstracts can be uploaded from the list below:
Maideyi Meck -  Geological Society Chair:- Welcome & Official Opening
Farai Mutondoro:- Transparency in the Mining Sector: Addressing corruption risks and vulnerabilities in the awarding of mining claims in Zimbabwe
Branko Corner:- Southern Africa under cover – an integrated geophysical and geological interpretation
Tony Martin:- Durchbewegung textures, subterranean sedimentation and the link to mineralisation in the Lufilian Copperbelt
Mark Tsomondo:- Transtensional tectonics for the 2575Ma Great Dyke and diachronous Chilimanzi suite plutonism: the end of Macgregor's  vertical tectonics
Peter Hildebrand:- The Xade Complex and its place in the Umkondo igneous event
Tim Broderick:- From Archosaurs to Dinosaurs - the 2017 Expeditions
Roger Tyler:- Arcadia Lithium Project
Ellah Muchemwa:- Mining in the Sand Dunes of Richards Bay, South Africa
Jonathan  Nyagumbo:- Gold Processing at Cam and Motor Mine
Nevison Chikandiwa:- Challenges Facing Chrome Small Scale Miners
Brent Barber:- Renewal of Conventional Hydrocarbon Exploration in the Cabora Bassa Basin in Zimbabwe
Tenyears Gumede:- Airborne Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry versus Ground Gravity in the search for mineral deposits
Princess Mahari:- Update on Zimbabwe's new Mining Cadastre System
Anthony Mamuse:- MSU Faculty of Mining & Mineral Processing Engineering
Tony Martin:- Summary