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Input into the development of a Geotechnical Database needed – Ministry of Mines invites interested stakeholders

Input into the development of a Geotechnical Database needed – Ministry of Mines invites interested stakeholders

The Ministry of Mines and Energy through its department of Geological Survey (GSN) is developing a web based Geotechnical database that seeks to preserve historical geotechnical data, facilitate analysis of existing geotechnical data, and increase efficiency in infrastructure concept design.

Ministry of Mines and Energy spokeperson, Andreas Simon in a statement invited interested institutions and individuals to a virtual consultation meeting/ engagement where the concept of this database will be presented, together with the aims and objectives of the database.

“The GSN wishes to source input from stakeholders to ensure that the proposed system is responsive to the needs of the local industry,” he added.

According to Simon all stakeholders are invited to join the virtual presentation using the following Zoom Meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/9486071047

The meeting date is scheduled for Thursday, 08 October 2020 at 09h30.

Meanwhile, Simon said stakeholders who are unable to join the webinar are encouraged to submit their input in writing to the following emails: [email protected] or [email protected] before close of business on 09 October.


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