Council for Geoscience

Orion Minerals and Council for Geoscience confirm collaboration

Orion and the CGS will cooperate on matters of national priorities, research, geoscientific advice and development.

Karoo deep drilling: Geo-environmental baseline research project

The CGS is developing a geo-environmental baseline model which will influence requirements for shale gas exploration.

Mining Elites in Africa 2021: Council for Geoscience

Pollution of the environment by has left a legacy of negative environmental impacts, often with a widespread and serious effect.

Step-change needed to expedite exploration in South Africa

Exploration is expected to become a key focus for South Africa as the DMRE looks to release a six-point exploration strategy.
energy

Council for Geoscience: Championing a lower carbon energy economy

The coal mining industry is one of the significant creators of employment in the mining industry and a substantial revenue earner.
orion minerals

Buoyant take on Northern Cape’s mining potential

As prospects for South Africa’s minerals sector start to brighten, there has been considerable mention of the Northern Cape’s potential.
sustainability renewable energy

Council for Geoscience supports renewable energy technologies

Countries including South Africa have committed to efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change.
COVID-19

Mantashe calls for more exploration at Mining Indaba

The latest data released by Statistics SA show that mining production decreased by 3.1 percent year-on-year in November 2019.
geoscience

Access to information key to sustainable geoscientific contributions

The CGS recognises the importance of information in addressing the challenges facing the mining industry as it embraces the 4IR.
The discovery of gases released from deep beneath the earth’s crust could help to explain Southern Africa’s unusual landscape, a study suggests.

Rare gas find solves puzzle of Southern Africa’s soaring landscape

The discovery of gases released from deep beneath the earth’s crust could help to explain Southern Africa’s unusual landscape, a study suggests.

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