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Electra Mining Africa 2020 Connect partners

Creamer Media

Creamer Media aims to provide current, credible and comprehensive news coverage to readers with accurate and timely information about economic developments, including in-depth reporting on industrial and mining project developments and on the policies and personalities shaping the real economy. Creamer Media has a track record of investing in new publishing technologies to ensure that we embrace high-quality and reader friendly print and online news platforms.

Our flagship print title, Engineering News and Mining Weekly, has earned wide respect for consistently providing businesses with information which opens doors to new business opportunities, allows companies to showcase their products, services and branding, and keeps all private- and public-sector participants in the economy at the cuttingedge of the constant evolution of the South African and global business environment. Each week, 10 244 copies are circulated and read by 61 530 readers.

Our online platforms, consisting of Engineering News Online and MiningWeekly.com, are accessed by over 64 719 online readers each week, while our free daily emailnewsletter is emailed to over 184 000 daily subscribers.

Interact Media Defined (Pty) Ltd

Connecting people to their industries through multimedia

When measurement matters…
Talk to us because we measure up in every way that matters. We have the updated ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulation) figures, Google Analytics and other measurements to prove it. Not that we need facts and figures to verify that we’re talking to the right people …

Expand your reach
Our strong partnership with a variety of industry associations speaks for itself. So does the fact that thousands of people across sub-Saharan Africa are reached by our online and digital media. If reaching an African audience is part of your company’s strategy, we definitely have the medium to get you there. Whether building services, mining, construction, energy, civil engineering or water, we understand the industry because we are part of the industry; these are our people. We speak their language: online; digital; exhibitions; conferences. So let us help you connect to the professionals, the innovators and the decision-makers with the power to make YOUR business grow. Because in our world, quality trumps quantity. www.interactmedia.co.za

African Mining provides in-depth intelligence about mineral exploration and mining developments throughout Africa. It reports on the continent’s renaissance in mining and market opportunities associated with it. The magazine is read by geologists, mining consultants and engineers, mine suppliers, and senior management and technical specialists at mines, as well as decision- and policy-makers within exploration companies, mining groups, government departments and financial institutions. Published as a monthly magazine, African Mining is also available as a value-adding Digital Combo including a fortnightly e-mail bulletin (reaching over 2 400 readers), an audience of over 40 000 on our digital footprint (which includes Google Analytics, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter). African Mining also has a monthly digital edition. www.africanmining.co.za

A section in African Mining incorporates Mining Mirror, one of the oldest mining publications around, as well as Plant Equipment & Hire, and the African Energy Journal. Plant, Equipment & Hire looks specifically at the mining and quarrying sectors, and the equipment used in these sectors, while the African Energy Journal includes renewable energy generation used on mine sites.

SA Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC)

The SACEEC represents the capital equipment and project sector both for new projects and for 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. SACEEC is an indispensable part of the globalisation of The South African Industry. 

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.

Saiosh

Saiosh is recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as the Professional Body to register Occupational Health and Safety Professionals in South Africa in terms of the NQF Act, Act 67 of 2008. With more than 16000 Members Saiosh is the leading source of information and networking opportunities within the Occupational Health and Safety profession.

SAIMC

The SAIMC is driving the recognition of Automation as a separate engineering discipline together with the Automation Federation to get our youth equipped to make use of the technologies and designs of the fourth industrial revolution. In 2019 alone the SAIMC has spent 21% of its membership fees in developing the youth via the FIRST Tech Challenge and the MyFuture 4.0 exhibition.

SAPEMA

SAPEMA believes that through its members and the providing of PPE, its goal is to protect people industry. The aim is to ensure that people are able to be equipped with the correct & safe equipment when performing their respective duties. Furthermore, to ensure that as far as possible the working environment can be made safe. Our Members provide a quality of product that conforms to acceptable and relevant Safety Standards. Product that will offer the user the appropriate protection for the right application and peace of mind. Our Members are committed to comply with the Standards that regulate the safety industry and provide products that comply to National or Internationally accepted Standards for safety products. 

WIMSA

WiMSA creates an empowering network to inspire, support and develop the progression of women working in the South African mining industry.