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Industry Awards Day
03 August 2012

The organising committee and all delegates in attendance at the MineSAFE 2012 Industry Awards Day held on 03 August 2012 at the Emperors Palace, Hotel Casino Convention Resort in Johannesburg would like to congratulate the following award winners on their achievement.

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Prof. N van der Merwe (SAIMM President),
Hon. Min. S Shabangu (Minister of Mineral Resources), Ms J Matsobane (Women in Mining Award Winner)
  

 JTRyan Award
Mr R Opperman (JT Ryan Award Winner Lonmin Platinum 4B/1B Shaft), Mr D Msiza (Chief Inspector of Mines, DMR),Mr G Du Plessis (Solidarity)

JT Ryan Award
2012 - Lonmin Platinum 4B/1B Shaft

Woman In Mining Trophy
Jeane Matsobane        - For positively contributing to "WIM" in the Southern African
                                      Mining Industry 2012

Southern Africa – MineSAFE 2012
Presented to the Honourable Minister Susan Shabangu of the Department of Mineral Resources

Significant Achievement Awards
2012 - Anglo Welsh (Moneyline) Rietvlei
2012 - Anglo Welsh (Barmin Moneyline) Schaapkopje
2012 - Xstrata Coal SA Tweefontein Surface South
2012 - Anglo American Thermal Coal Zibulo Opencast

Gold Category
Best in Safety Class – 2012 - Harmony Gold, Target
2nd in Safety Class – 2012 - Harmony Gold, Kalgold
3rd in Safety Class – 2012 - Harmony Gold, Kusasalethu
4th in Safety Class – 2012 - Harmony Gold, Doornkop
5th in Safety Class – 2012 - AngloGold Ashanti, Tau Tona Mine
6th in Safety Class – 2012 - Harmony Gold, Evander
7th in Safety Class – 2012 - Harmony Gold, Bambanani

Platinum Category
Best in Safety Class –2012 - Impala Platinum, E&F Shaft
2nd in Safety Class – 2012 - Aquarius, K6
3rd in Safety Class – 2012 - Lonmin, West Platinum - Rowland Shaft
4th in Safety Class – 2012 - Lonmin,East Platinum - E3/JV Shaft
5th in Safety Class – 2012 - Lonmin,Karee Mine - K3 Shaft
6th in Safety Class – 2012 - Impala Platinum, 12 Mech. Shaft
7th in Safety Class – 2012 - Anglo Platinum, Union North Mine

Diamond Category
Best in Safety Class – 2012 - De Beers, Voorspoed Mine
2nd in Safety Class – 2012 - De Beers, Kimberley Mines
3rd in Safety Class – 2012 - De Beers, Venitia Mine

Base Metals Category
Best in Safety Class – 2012 - Samancor, Samancor WCM
2nd in Safety Class – 2012 - Xstrata Alloys, Horizon Mine
3rd in Safety Class – 2012 - Xstrata Alloys, Helena Mine
4th in Safety Class – 2012 - Ferrochrome Co, Ferrochrome Mine
5th in Safety Class – 2012 - Lanxess, Rustenburg Chrome Mine
6th in Safety Class – 2012 - Xstrata Alloys, Eastern Chrome Mines
7th in Safety Class – 2012 - Ferrochrome Co, Ferrochrome Mine

Coal Mines Category
Best in Safety Class – 2012 - The Eastside Coal Company (Pty) Ltd
2nd in Safety Class – 2012 - Continental Coal, Ferreira Opencast
3rd in Safety Class – 2012 - Xstrata Coal SA,Tweefontein U/G SWC
4th in Safety Class – 2012 - Xstrata Coal SA, Impunzi Opencast
5th in Safety Class – 2012 - Msobo, Spitzkop - DMR Code 602
6th in Safety Class – 2012 - Continental, Vlakvarkfontein Opencast
7th in Safety Class – 2012 - Sasol, Engineering Support Services

Opencast Category
Best in Safety Class – 2012 - Tharisa Minerals
2nd in Safety Class – 2012 - Lonmin, Middelkraal Mine – Opencast
3rd in Safety Class – 2012 - Kumba Iron Ore, Kolomela Mine

Contractors Category
Best in Class – 2012 - Murray and Roberts,Khutala
2nd in Class – 2012 - Murray and Roberts, Booysendal
3rd in Class – 2012 - Newrak Mining
4th in Class – 2012 - Shaft Sinkers (Pty) Ltd

For more information on the MineSAFE conference please contact:
R van der Berg
Email: raymond@saimm.co.za

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