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Are you wanting to target the decision-makers, thought-leaders and key opinion-formers in the mining environment? Include the SAIMM in your marketing plan if you want to get noticed, grow your market share and assure your existing client base that they are dealing with the right service provider.

The Journal is the official publication of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) which is the professional body dealing with the interests of managers, consulting engineers, technical and research personnel involved in mining and metallurgy. Published since 1894 and the leading mineral-industry publication in SA, the Journal covers the full spectrum of mining activities and is the source of vital, “must-read” information for decision-makers in mining groups, and in mineral-processing and metallurgical organisations in South Africa and abroad.

  • The SAIMM Journal is sent out on a monthly basis to all SAIMM members. 

  • ABC verified circulation. 

  • Distinctly differentiated from other available commercial mining publications.

  • A total of about 5 000 members that they send the magazine out to, including the Digi mag

  • It  is a professional publication – published by the South African Institute of Mining & Metallurgy

  • It has a shelf life – longer than 3 months as the articles do not date 

  • Ad rates that are the best in the business

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SAIMM WEBSITE

  • Official website for the Institute of Mining and Metallurgy

  • Average of over 22 453 pageviews per month 

  • Showcases industry news, upcoming events and matters of interest for all members

YPC Handbook

  • Fantastic opportunity to position your company as the “employer of choice” within the mining and metallurgical industries.

  • distributed at the Young Professionals Council Conference each year and is also circulated to all SAIMM students (both in print and digitally).

YIMM E-Magazine (Youth in Mining and Metallurgy)

  • The YIMM E-MAG was started with the vision to give the insight of students’ perceptions and views of the state of the industry, and how they see themselves fitting into the industry.

  • Contents of the Handbook cover various career development aspects such as:

    • Job search skills

    • Career paths in mining

    • Professional Bodies

    • Mining and Metallurgy best practice graduate development programme guidelines