Electra Mining Africa Partners
There are over 5000 resellers and suppliers in the Promotional Products and Corporate Clothing Industry. Previously they have never been able to unite to make a substantial improvement to the industry. Suppliers will now be aware of problems experienced by Resellers and suggested solutions for growth & success in the Industry can be shared.
BBF Safety Group (BBF) is an integrated workplace safety solutions provider that helps customers create safe working environments. We offer a full portfolio of head-to-toe personal protective equipment (PPE) and workplace safety advisory services that range from auditing to consulting and training. Our company employs more than 1 600 people who operate from five ISO:9001 accredited manufacturing facilities throughout South Africa. Our mission is simple: To keep people safe at work by providing a comprehensive range of branded PPE products, coupled with specialised workplace safety advisory services
Pinnacle Welding & Safety
South African National Convention Bureau
Established in 1978, SYSPRO is an industry-built Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution designed to simplify business complexity for manufacturers and distributors worldwide. SYSPRO provides an end-to-end business solution for optimized cost control, streamlined business processes, improved productivity, and real-time data analysis for comprehensive reporting and decision-making. What sets SYSPRO apart is an unwavering, sustained focus on the manufacturing and distribution sectors. Combined with a practical approach to technology and a passionate commitment to simplifying business processes, SYSPRO dedicates itself to the success of its partners and customers alike. SYSPRO is highly scalable and can be deployed either in the cloud, on-premise, or accessed via any mobile device.
As The Global Specialist in Energy Management™, Schneider Electric provides integrated solutions to make energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive, and green. We have 140,000+ employees in more than 100 countries worldwide, and they are helping individuals and organizations achieve new levels of efficiency by doing more with less. We are also committed to making access to clean, reliable, and affordable energy – and the opportunities that come with it – available to the people around the globe who need it most.
The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM)
The South African Mineral Processing Equipment Cluster
South African Capital Equipment Council (SACEEC)
The SACEEC represents the capital equipment and project sector both for new projects and the aftermarket. It is also the endorsed representative body for the consulting engineers and their associated bodies, merchant bankers – with reference to their involvement in financing capital projects, capital equipment suppliers and suppliers of services to the capital project sector. The SACEEC is an indispensable part of the globalisation of the South African Industry. It provides a facilitating role in assisting the capital equipment sector companies to grow their business through exporting.
Mining Equipment Manufacturers of South Africa (MEMSA)
Lifting Equipment Engineering Association of South Africa
SAIMechE - The South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering
SAIMechE is the senior body representing the discipline of mechanical engineering in South Africa. It covers all fields of application as diverse as automobile, energy generation, process engineering, heavy manufacture, design, management, research, mining and education. SAIMechE is over a century old, and originated as the South African Association of Engineers and Architects, established in 1892. SAIMechE is a voluntary association of Mechanical Engineers, Technologists and Technicians that have access to various grades of membership and the associated benefits.
Women in Mining South Africa (WiMSA)
South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
South African Fluid Power Association (SAFPA)
The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) is a national employer federation representing the Metals and Engineering (M&E) industry. SEIFSA has, for the past 79 years, provided supported its members by lobbying for policies that have improved the business environment in which its members operate.
SEIFSA has a dual purpose: to operate at national level as the recognised voice of the M&E industry and at individual member company level by providing a comprehensive range of services and products to its members.
Creamer Media’s Mining Weekly
Creamer Media’s Engineering News
Interact Media Defined
Mining Review Africa
Global Mining Review
The mining industry’s premier source of technical and analytical information, Global Mining Review provides first-rate coverage – including regional and commodity reports, as well as the latest technical articles – and receives global distribution at key events. Contact us today to hear about our editorial and advertising opportunities.
Mining Review Journal Zambia
SADC Mining Construction News
The SADC Mining & Construction Magazine is your premium industry news platform, reaching a number of online subscribers from the resources sector and associated industries. SADC Mining & Construction Magazine is printed quarterly (4-issues per year) with a print run of 18,000 copies per issue, published by Ordient Tradings. SADC Mining & Construction Magazine is distributed to all the major mining houses and construction engineers, executives, managers and prospectors of mining, exploration companies, contractors, suppliers and government institutions who regularly import mining and construction equipment’s from around the world. This means that advertising with us offers your company unparalleled access to the key decision makers of Southern African’s mining and construction industry – including stakeholders, contractors, owners and affiliates.
Capital Equipment News
Capital Equipment News provides insight into the value that capital equipment can offer and gives its readers the information they require to make informed buying decisions in five key sectors, i.e. Mining, Construction, Agriculture, Transport and Logistics. It is a valuable resource for those looking to gain a better understanding of where they can maximise the effectiveness of their equipment, and how.
Distributed throughout South Africa and Africa, it provides those in the industry with a complete overview of their areas of operation.
Available in print and online, with further news distributed via its website and eNewsletter every Thursday.
Electricity+Control is written for electrical and plant engineers. The magazine publishes technical articles that provide solutions to many engineering challenges that exist inmeasurement, automation, control, and energy management. It is a platform for sharing knowledge, experience and information, with a focus on ‘energy and information’. E+C focuses on new technologies in the field of IIoT and topics that include diverse energy sectors in Africa, smart technologies, artificial intelligence, and the new world of energy. It places equal focus on projects and solutions, covering everything from renewables to traditional energy systems.
Available in print and online, with further news distributed via its website and eNewsletter every Wednesday.
Modern Quarrying, a quarterly publication focusing on promoting the science and practice of quarrying and processing in Southern Africa, keeps readers abreast of practices in safety, environment, recycling, conveying, maintenance, sand processing, road transport, drill and blast, and load and haul. Its editorial stance is to deliver objective and incisive information based on interviews with the people and companies that make up this vital sector of the economy. With Modern Mining, it forms a powerful publishing duo covering the SADC mining industry.
Available in print and online, with further news distributed via its website and eNewsletter every second Thursday.
Modern Mining, one of South Africa’s leading monthly mining magazines, focuses on mining throughout Africa – with special emphasis on Southern Africa. Projects are covered at every stage – from ‘greenfields’ exploration to mine commissioning and operation. Each issue includes a news section covering mining developments and a products section allowingreaders to stay abreast of latest technologies relevant to the industry. Special features hone in on various areas of the industry with coverage being given to specific technologies and ‘hot’ issues.
Available in print and online, with further news distributed via its regularly updated website and its eNewsletter every Wednesday.
Construction World is targeted at civil engineering and building industries and addressesneeds of relevant professional organisations, government, private industry, and suppliers. Itprovides insight into the activities of South African companies in local and international markets by focusing on news, contracts and projects, innovations in civil engineering, products, services, and equipment trends. It also looks at infrastructure projects in Africa and at African roads and bridges, cement technology, construction equipment, and steel construction.
It has the highest circulation in its sub-category.
Available in print and online, with news distributed via its daily updated website and eNewsletters every Tuesday and Friday.
MechChem Africa, integrated, technical, smart and connected, sets out to support African industry in all issues informative and interesting to professionals across the full spectrum of engineering, chemical and mechanical trades. It adopts an integrated approach to technology solutions, with its content enriched by seeking out and unpacking technical areas of mechanical and chemical interest.
Industry focused, MechChem Africa promotes responsible engineering and highlights opportunities for African companies to become more internationally competitive. It has a publishing service approach to digital content, through which it offers multiple digital platforms for the dissemination of rich and original content.
It is available in print and online, with further news distributed via its website and eNewsletter every month.
Sparks Electrical News
Sparks Electrical News is for everyone involved in the installation and maintenance of electrical supplies and equipment. A monthly publication aimed at the hands-on sector of the electrical industry, it provides essential and instructive information covering activities across industries.
Sparks is newsy, in touch, and educational, and it channels business and buying information.It is targeted directly at electricians and technicians in parastatals, government departments, and private electrical contracting businesses. It is also aimed at lighting specialists, contractors, electricians, suppliers, manufacturers and electrical wholesalers.
Available in print and online, with further news distributed via its website and eNewsletter every Tuesday.
Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN)
Founded in 2004, Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN) is a publishing company based in Cape Town, producing print and electronic business-to-business publications.
GAN publishes a series of annual and quarterly print and digital journals profiling each of South Africa’s nine provinces as business and investment destinations, together with a national title, South African Business – an annual business and investment guide to the country, Opportunity magazine – a niche business-to-business publication that explores various investment opportunities within Southern Africa’s economic sectors, and African Business – an annual guide to business and investment in Africa.
Specialises in magazine publishing, corporate branding, digital advertising, graphic design, print and sponsorships. Media Xpose are publishers of various print publications, which include the following titles: To Build, SA Building Review, Baby’s and Beyond™, SA Business Integrator, SA Profile, Rove SA, Future SA and Essential Flavours. And offer customised designs for print of product catalogues, coffee table magazines, brochures, pamphlets, business cards, corporate invitations, creative design and more.
Engineering Africa Magazine research and report on the latest manufacturing techniques, product development, management strategies, and information technologies.
SA Mining is an alternate monthly business-to-business magazine under the helm of the Arena Holding’s magazine division. For over 125 years, SA Mining has been examining and delivering in-depth project and topical news focused on South Africa’s and Africa’s mining industry, particularly southern Africa. With an established presence in print media, SA Mining Online now aims to provide our readers locally and internationally with access to our magazine content anytime and anywhere.
The magazine continues to deliver the news impacting industry by providing coverage of projects, contracts, commodities, legislation, the environment and technologies, as well as analysts and economists’ views and legal perspectives on critical issues pertinent to the industry. The magazine is distributed within South Africa and the Southern African Development Community, while readership extends to an international audience. As the oldest mining magazine in the country, the current team at SA Mining continue to modernise the feel, look and content according to the appetite and opinions of our readers.
The voice of the lifting industry.
The official magazine for LEEASA (Lifting Equipment Engineering Association of SA) lifting Africa is the only magazine in Africa dealing with lifting equipment exclusively. Lifting Africa is dedicated to provide the reader with a platform to discuss and resolve problems and issues relevant to the African lifting industry. Lifting Africa assists the reader with compliance to all legal and statutory requirements in the lifting industry. The aim of the magazine is to improve safety in the lifting industry.
Pipes, Pumps and Valves Africa
The magazine is endorsed by SAPSDA, SAVAMA, SAPMA and VAMCOSA. Pipes, Pumps & Valves Africa is the only magazine in Africa that deals with pipes, pumps & valves exclusively. Pipes Pumps & Valves Africa” is dedicated to providing the reader with a platform to discuss and resolve problems and issues relevant to the African pumps and valves industry. The aim of the magazine is to improve safety in the industry.
Safety First Association
The Safety First Association was founded in 1932 by Sir Ernest Oppenheimer when he saw the unacceptable rate of injuries and deaths on the mines. Its aim to educate workers and management on safe work practices was achieved through the publication of the magazine National Safety (now called African OS&H).
South African Protective Equipment Marketing Association (SAPEMA)
SA Business Integrator
World Coal is the leading industry magazine covering all the latest developments and trends from the global coal chain. Distributed globally, the magazine receives bonus distribution at key events throughout the year. Contact our team to hear about our editorial and advertising opportunities.
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International Mining (IM) is a global publication covering mining and minerals processing technology, methods, equipment and services. Read principally by the mining industry itself, it helps extractive operations, both surface and underground, keep abreast of the latest innovations and solutions to help them lower costs, increase performance and availability, enhance safety and of course maximise production. This includes everything from better maintenance and site audits, through to autonomy and digitalisation. From juniors through to the largest mining groups with multiple locations, mine managers know they can rely on IM to keep them in the know. Paul Moore, Editorial Director
Instrumentation and Control
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