ECSA Registered

Voluntary Association

Number #1

Networking Opportunity

Thought Leader

In Coal Mining Industry

  • 5th Floor, Minerals Council South Africa, 5 Hollard Street, Johannesburg, 2001
  • +27 11 568 2050

ECSA Registered

Voluntary Association

Number #1

Networking Opportunity

Thought Leader

In Coal Mining Industry

The South African
Colliery Managers’ Association

The Association Leader in the Coal Mining Industry

The South African
Colliery Managers’ Association

The Association Leader in the Coal Mining Industry

Become part of the movement that is
transforming the South African Coal Mining Industry

Join us today

About

The South African Colliery Managers’ Association.
Since 1979 the Association has valued its members involvement and has demonstrated inspirational leadership throughout the coal mining industry. SACMA is an organisation of Colliery Mining Managers, representing 8 Mining Houses and some smaller operators with 43 Mine operations in 4 provinces.
The accountabilities of the organization are to Ensure knowledge transfer of Coal Industry practices between current and future members, Provide structure for networking between members and affiliates with major stakeholders. SACMA wants to ensure sharing of best practices to add value to the member and business while providing the vehicle that is the mechanism for social interaction between members.
SACMA is also recognized through the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a Voluntary Association which provides some influence in terms of the accreditation of learning materials and institutions, as well as strengthening the Association’s role with regard to registration matters.
Ordinary Members
178
Associate Members
146
Candidate Members
56
Honorary Life Members
13
Retired Members
27

COAL for Hope

Get involved today.  Now is the time to give.

SACMA Hope 3 new

The South African Colliery Managers’ Association needs your help.  Help us reach our goal of R250 000. Achieving this goal will allow us to buy carpentry, sewing and bricklaying equipment for Langalethu Drop-in Centre in Emalahleni, a woman run NPO (Reg 224-469 NPO) which caters to single mothers and the elderly. Your donation will also pay for skills development for these equipment and enterprise development for sustainable impact.

Your donation will allow us to achieve our goal to allow us to buy carpentry, sewing and bricklaying equipment for Langalethu Drop-in Centre in Emalahleni, a woman run NPO (Reg 224-469 NPO) which caters to single mothers and the elderly. Your donation will also pay for skills development for these equipment and enterprise development for sustainable impact.

To donate kind use the following bank account details:

Account name: SACMA
Bank: FNB – Main Street
Branch code: 251705
Account number: 50512650653
Proof of payment: elaineg@mpas.org.za
Reference: CoalforHope

To find out more about the initiative or how you can participate beyond your donation. Please contact the SACMA Secretary, Elaine Govender at (+27) 11 568 2052 or elaineg@mpas.org.za

Mission

To empower members through effective interaction and to promote professionalism

Empowerment

Grow, develop, having power, opportunity, strengthen, pride, capacity, integrity & trust, loyalty as member, acknowledged, involved, participate, recognize, passionate

Membership

SACMA, Existing and potential, affiliate associations, member’s companies

Effective Interaction

All relevant stakeholders, direction, communication, transferring of knowledge and best practices, fellowship, relevant to members, networking, fun, structured, planning, spirit.

Professionalism

Honesty, integrity, ethical, code of conduct, industry recognition, internationally recognized, corporate governance, qualifications, pride and image, loyalty, beneficial to all

Testimonials

Accountabilities

1. Ensure knowledge transfer of Coal Industry practices between current and future members
2. Provide structure for networking between members and affiliates with major stakeholders
3. Influence the direction that the coal industry takes i.t.o.
  • Safety, Health, Environment and Social
  • Tertiary Education
  • Training and Development
  • Suppliers and Service providers
  • Research
  • Legislation and Regulation
  • Other Associations
4. Advance professionalism of the Mining Engineering fraternity in Coal Mining Industry
5. Ensure sharing of best practices to add value to the member and business
6. Provide the vehicle that is the mechanism for social interaction between members (Camaraderie)
7. Ensure the role and importance of SACMA within the coal industry with all stakeholders

Strategic Thrusts

  • As members, we abide by The SACMA Code of Ethics
  • Success is achieved through win-win partnering
  • We recognize the importance of competitiveness, and the benefits of collective learning
  • We value member involvement
  • Demonstrate inspirational leadership
  • Enjoy SACMA fellowship
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