Aug 31 2004Ralph Hamann and Paul Kapelus argue that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)-related narratives and practices can be fruitfully assessed with reference to accountability and fairness as key criteria Brief case studies of mining in South Africa and Zambia suggest that there are still important gaps between mining companies' CSR activities on the one hand and accountability and cusses the general organisational use of data mining its enablers barriers and success factors particularly in Africa This paper covers three di erent studies of data mining in large South African organisations over a ve year period In so doing it tracks the progress of data mining locally and highlights the important issues prevalent

Swot analysis of the construction sector in South Africa

Swot analysis of the construction sector in South Africa An all-inclusive view on the strengths weaknesses opportunities and threats you can expect when venturing into the South African construction sector Use this guide to help you gain a firmer grasp on what it will take to succeed in the construction business in 2016 and beyond

Companies can carry out data mining however they need to employ the right technical and organisational measures for them to be on the right side of the law To avoid been fined or exposed to data breaches companies should gain consent from customers directly or find another lawful basis

South Africa Yearbook 2015/16 437 Transport South Africa Yearbook 2015/16 438 The Constitution identifies the legislative respon-sibilities of different levels of government with regard to airports roads traffic management and public transport Transport is a function that is legislated and executed at all levels of government

South Africa Economic Outlook Real GDP grew at an estimated 0 7% in 2019 down from 0 8% in 2018 and is projected to rise to 1 1% in 2020 and 1 8% in 2021 amid domestic and global downside risks Contraction in agriculture and mining drove slow growth in 2019 Agriculture contracted 4 8% and mining 1 7% in 2018

In South Africa the Changing Minds Changing Mines project collected data on OHS and organisational culture from a representative sample of 32 sites Given the global nature of the industry many of the same companies were involved in both projects Despite this the South African mining OHS regulation in South Africa and Australia


Media advisory Technological solutions to the challenges facing the logistics industry in South Africa will take centre stage at the inaugural launch of the Young Industrialists Forum (YIF) on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Pretoria

Mining and Metals will still be around in 10 or 20 years' time But what will it look like? Chances are very different from the industry we know today The disruptive forces of technology new entrants and political change that are reshaping industries and governments around the world are also reshaping mining

The Institute for Capacity Development (ICD) offers a wide range of short courses at its centres in South Africa Namibia Zimbabwe and Rwanda Plans are at an advanced stage to open offices in Lesotho and South Sudan ICD is one of the leading centres of excellence in capacity building in Africa

Objectives This study determined the degree of perceived organisational alignment among managers within South-African-based mining organisations and uncovered the key enablers of organisational alignment Method Data were collected from 286 managers from a selection of all the major South African mining commodity sectors on their perceptions

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data mining in south africa Progress of organisational data mining in South Africa cusses the general organisational use of data mining its enablers barriers and success factors particularly in Africa This paper covers three different studies of data mining in large South African organisations over a five year period

Organisational Development jobs now available Human Resources Specialist Psychology Intern Social Media Manager and more on Indeed Basic knowledge of data models database design development data mining and segmentation Geographical area Secunda Mpumalanga South Africa

1 Congress of South African Trade Unions Cosatu is the biggest of the country's three main trade union federations with a combined membership of 2 2 million workers grouped into 20 affiliated trade unions The majority of their members are in the mining and quarrying sector followed by the public sector in community social and personal services and electricity gas and water supply

Digitisation in South Africa

From sensors and big data to predictive maintenance drones wearables robots artificial intelligence systems there is a vast trove of new tools and approaches But the bigger question is where all of this is leading us The mining industry for all its controversies was traditionally the bedrock of South Africa's economic development

Contributing Dimensions to Effective Performance Management in a Natural Resources Mining Company in Africa Van Hoek Lize and Schultz Cecile T International Conference on Chemical Mining and Metallurgical Engineering (CMME'2013) Nov 27-28 2013 Johannesburg (South Africa) 252

Orientation The mining industry is a notoriously difficult environment in which to achieve positive work outcomes such as organisational commitment Therefore it was decided to investigate the association between transformational leadership and organisational commitment at a coal mine in Phola in the Mpumalanga province a geographical area largely neglected by scientific researchers

The culture of South Africa is known for its ethnic and cultural diversity The South African majority still has a substantial number of rural inhabitants who lead largely impoverished lives It is among these people however that cultural traditions survive most strongly as South Africans have become increasingly urbanized and Westernised aspects of traditional culture have declined

Mining is an industry of strategic importance in Southern Africa Roughly half of the world's vanadium platinum and diamonds originate in the region along with 36% of gold and 20% of cobalt These minerals contribute greatly to several Southern African Development Community (SADC) Member State gross national product and employment and

Jan 28 20201 Introduction South Africa is the world's largest producer of platinum (Cairncross and Kisting 2016) and the country contains 87% of the world's platinum group metals (Chaskalson 2016) Hence it accounts for a large proportion of national foreign exchange earnings is a major source of employment and impacts on the socio-economic mobility of South African communities

"Organisational" focuses on the corporate imperatives decision-making processes and links with leadership revealing the role that the organisational culture played "Personal" provides a clearer picture of what was going on at the time for the people who were directly involved in the accident

Progress of organisational data mining in South Africa cusses the general organisational use of data mining its enablers barriers and success factors particularly in Africa This paper covers three different studies of data mining in large South African organisations over a five year period

The Minerals Council South Africa (Minerals Council) continuously looks for ways to advance the position of the South African mining industry and to make improvements participating in various initiatives and projects in areas relating to health education policy and regulations

The Republic of South Africa has a total population of about 57 5 million people with the population growth rate hovering around 1 6% About 62% of South Africa's population lives in urban areas in major cities and towns such as Pretoria the administrative capital (Pretoria contains about 2 3 million people with urban growth rate of 2 97%

Data sources range from business objectives and statistics at organisational level to job descriptions and output levels at job level to staff appraisals biographical data and individual training records at personal level Developing TD initiatives