The Association of Mine Surveyors of Zimbabwe ( AMSZ) has started its year on a high note as it looks forward to adding value to its members and stakeholders.
The Gabriel Mwale-led Association last week held its first Executive Committee meeting for the year 2023 which had three main agendas that are to identify partners to fund its programs and processes, to decide subscriptions for membership for its members and to set strategies on how to go about its key mandates among them the transformation into an institute.
According to AMSZ President, the Association is strategizing to increase its visibility and footprint on the local, regional and international markets.
The AMSZ continues to strive for value addition to its members and all its stakeholders, and the Executive Committee (EXCO) is fully committed to upholding this mandate. In delivering its mandate, the EXCO deliberated on a road map to increase membership and subscriptions, to subscribing and affiliating to all local, regional, and international professional relevant organizations and associations.
“The AMSZ endeavours to increase both its visibility and footprint on the local, regional and international markets for the benefit of all its members and stakeholders.
“Mine Surveying is an integral and critical profession in the Mining Value Chain as it informs decision-making from planning to production and to post-production mining cycle processes. As such, the AMSZ is proactively moving towards providing professional, and futuristic value to its stakeholders through adopting and implementing autonomous and other technological advancements to deliver the best service.
“Members, Prospective Members, and stakeholders are encouraged to keep in touch with the AMSZ’s activities for all recent updates on the roll-out of their plans via any of its communication platforms that’s the Website, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram),” Mwale said.