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DOAJThe SAIMM has adopted the Open Journal System (OJS) with the objective of optimizing the management of the paper reviewing process for the Journal.

Paper submissions will no longer be accepted via the SAIMM Journal submission form on the SAIMM website. Only papers that are currently in the system will follow the existing reviewing process.

You can now submit manuscripts and peer reviews online. The OJS assists you with every step of the reviewing process. Authors can also check the status of their papers online and referees will receive automated reminders for their reviews.

We request that you register as an Author and/or Referee on the system.  To access the OJS website please follow the link: http://saimmjournal.co.za/

Any query or comment on your experiences with OJS should be communicated to the Journal Co ordinator, Kelly Matthee at Kelly@saimm.co.za and 0118341273

Thank you for your cooperation

David Tudor

SAIMM Editorial Consultant

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