The Chamber of Mines is a South African mining-industry employer organisation. Its members include famous South African mining houses such as Anglo American De Beers, Gold Fields and Harmony. In its current form, it was founded in 1968 as a South African wide organization. Prior to that year, it has its early origins as the Transvaal Chamber of Mines in 1887, then evolved over many years reforming as the Witwatersrand Chamber of Mines in 1889, the Chamber of Mines of the South African Republic from 1897, Transvaal Chamber of Mines from 1902 and lastly from 1953 until 1967 as the Transvaal and Orange Free State Chamber of Mines.

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  • The Chamber of Mines is a South African mining-industry employer organisation. Its members include famous South African mining houses such as Anglo American De Beers, Gold Fields and Harmony. In its current form, it was founded in 1968 as a South African wide organization. Prior to that year, it has its early origins as the Transvaal Chamber of Mines in 1887, then evolved over many years reforming as the Witwatersrand Chamber of Mines in 1889, the Chamber of Mines of the South African Republic from 1897, Transvaal Chamber of Mines from 1902 and lastly from 1953 until 1967 as the Transvaal and Orange Free State Chamber of Mines. (en)
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  • 1968-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 69 corporate members (en)
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  • A mining industry employers’ organisation that supports and promotes the South African mining industry, serving and promoting their interests by providing strategic support and advisory input.
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  • Johannesburg, South Africa
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  • Roger Baxter
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  • Transvaal and Orange Free State Chamber of Mines
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  • The Chamber of Mines is a South African mining-industry employer organisation. Its members include famous South African mining houses such as Anglo American De Beers, Gold Fields and Harmony. In its current form, it was founded in 1968 as a South African wide organization. Prior to that year, it has its early origins as the Transvaal Chamber of Mines in 1887, then evolved over many years reforming as the Witwatersrand Chamber of Mines in 1889, the Chamber of Mines of the South African Republic from 1897, Transvaal Chamber of Mines from 1902 and lastly from 1953 until 1967 as the Transvaal and Orange Free State Chamber of Mines. (en)
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  • South African Chamber of Mines (en)
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  • Chamber of Mines of South Africa (en)
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