MPhil candidate Nontobeko Gule on Restoring land productivity
Nontobeko shares that "A sustainable mining industry is one that is accountable to host communities and practices economic, social, environmental stewardship"
Thursday Forum (07-09-2017)
Join us at this week's forum where will be exploring the experiences of women underground mine workers. Asanda Benya will be sharing what working in the mines means for women, how they negotiate the mines, mine culture and home.
Green Mining Myth Buster Workshop a huge success!
Our Green Mining Myth Buster Workshop where brilliant heads were discussing myths around sustainability at UCT on 11 August 2017 was a huge success...
Associate Prof J. Broadhurst featured in the mining weekly
Our Associate Professor Jennifer Broadhurst has been featured in the Mining Weekly online magazine as the Mining Personality of this week - 18 August 2017. She shares the value of...
Tapiwa - International Women in Engineering Day
International Women in Engineering Day initiative
PhD candidate Tapiwa Chimbganda was featured in IChemE’s International Women in Engineering Day initiative. Women Engineers were asked the question “Why do we need female engineers?
  'Working together to promote premier, multi-disciplinary research and development in the area of minerals beneficiation'


The Minerals to Metals initiative is an interdisciplinary research and education initiative which aims to play a leading role in the global Minerals Industry, by creating a multi-disciplinary and premier research organisation in the area of minerals beneficiation. We focus on the sustainable development of mineral resources in Africa.



Green Mining Myth Buster Workshop Gallery
11 August 2017

'Experiences of Women Underground Mine Workers'
07 September 2017