BACKGROUND
Globally the mining industry is in a crisis with declining productivity and many mining operations are no
longer sustainable at the current commodity prices. The mining organisation as we know it will have to
change and become agile to adapt to uncertainty relating to commodity prices, more difficult ore bodies,
skills shortages and growing expectations from all stakeholders. New technologies, mining methods,
organisational design philosophies, scenario planning, big data and the digital revolution are all opportunities
for the mining industry to reinvent itself.
ABOUT THE EVENT
The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy brings you two days of high impact Forums with
top industry Keynote speakers talking about the concept of Mining for the Future. Panel discussions, case
studies and networking opportunities will bring the future of mining to you now. Join the Forums to interact
and network with industry thought leaders and experts who will discuss topical issues and solutions that
work now. Register to attend one or all three forums at a cost of R450.00 per forum.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• New Technology Managerselectra mining
• IM Managers
• CEO
• COO
• R&D Managers
• Resource Managers
• Mine Managers
• Safety Managers
• Engineering Manager
• HR Managers
• MTS Managers
• Solution Architects
• Mining Consultants

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BACKGROUND Globally the mining industry is in a crisis with declining productivity and many mining operations are no longer sustainable at the current commodity prices. The mining organisation as we know it will have to change and become agile to adapt to uncertainty relating to commodity prices, more difficult ore bodies, skills shortages...