• The Ghana Chamber of Mines

    Vision. To be a respected, effective and unified voice for the mining industry. Mission Statement. To represent the Mining Industry in Ghana using the resources and capabilities of its members to deliver services that address members, government and community needs, in order to enhance development.

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  • Contact Us The Ghana Chamber of Mines

    Digital Address: GA -2382234 Gulf Street, South Legon, Adjacent Wild Gecko Handicrafts P. O. Box 991, Accra Tel: +0302 -760652, 761392, 761893 Fax: +0302 -760653

  • Affiliate Members The Ghana Chamber of Mines

    Accra Office. No. 6 Odoi Kwao Street Near National Banking College Airport Residential Area Accra P. O. Box KIA 30384 Accra Tel.: (0302) 77 38 49 / 76 37 70 / 76 26 33

  • Overview The Ghana Chamber of Mines

    The Chamber operates through an extensive Committee system, which enables the specialist expertise and the intellectual capital within the Member Companies to be tapped in a collective effort to enhance the overall business environment in which the mining industry and the country can have the opportunity to thrive and flourish.

  • Our Publications The Ghana Chamber of Mines

    Solidarity Message from the Chamber to the GNCCI on the occasion of their 41st Annual General Meeting: 156.44 KB: Speech by CEO of the Ghana Chamber of Mines at the Zone One Safety Competition: 166.57 KB: Performance of Ghana's Mining Industry in 2016: 1.01 MB: Ghana Chamber of Mines Factoid 2016: 914.58 KB

  • New Secretariat of the Chamber inaugurated The

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM), has inaugurated its new chamber edifice to boost operations and enhance efficiency in safeguarding the mining industry. The edifice, which is the secretariat of the chamber, is to serve as the centre for mining information in Ghana.

  • Message from the CEO The Ghana Chamber of Mines

    Home; About Us; Message from the CEO; It is my pleasure to welcome you to the website of the Ghana Chamber of Mines. The Chamber is a voluntary private sector employers’ association with a vision of being a respected, effective and unified voice for the Ghanaian mining industry. The Chamber’s mission is to represent the industry using the ...

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    Ghana Chamber of Mines : Mining companies While it is true that for most of the past century of gold mining in Ghana, local content has been minimal, this has been changing significantly over the past decade and indeed, over the past three or four years, local content has been increasing dramatically, propelled by deliberate affirmative action in this direction by the Chamber of Mines as ...

  • Ghana Chamber Of Mines Seeks Incentive Scheme To

    2020-6-4  The Ghana Chamber of Mines has called for the establishment of an incentive scheme to help reduce the high cost of exploration and to also attract the required investments into the high-risk ...

  • Ghana Chamber Of Mines - BusinessGhana

    2020-6-21  The Ghana Chamber of Mines is the main minerals industry association in Ghana. The Chamber represents the collective interests of companies involved in mineral exploration, production and processing in Ghana. Its activities are entirely funded by its member companies, which produce over 90 per cent of the Ghana's mineral output.The Chamber has ...

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  • Ghana Chamber of Mines seeks incentive scheme to

    2020-6-5  The Ghana Chamber of Mines has called for the establishment of an incentive scheme to help reduce the high cost of exploration and to also attract the required investments into the high-risk business of mineral exploration. Addressing the annual general meeting of the Chamber, Mr Eric Asubonteng ...

  • Home - Ghana Sweden Chamber of Commerce

    The Ghana Sweden Chamber of Commerce (GSCC) was registered as a Limited Liability Company in May 2014. After operating a little over three years, it was re-registered as a non-profit organization registered as a company limited by guarantee under the Companies Code of Ghana, Acts 179, 1963, on the 15th day of November, 2017.

  • The Evolution of the Ghana Chamber of Mines From

    The period immediately following independence was characterised by changes in the structure of the Chamber of Mines. First was the change of name from the Gold Coast Chamber of Mines to the Ghana Chamber of Mines. By 4th February 1964, the Chamber was converted under the Companies Code 1963 (Act 179) into a Company Limited by Guarantee.

  • Sulemanu Koney Appointed ACEO Of Chamber of

    The President, Mr. Daniel Owiredu, and Executive Committee of the Ghana Chamber of Mines have appointed Mr. Sulemanu Koney as the acting Chief Executive

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines and Ghana Standards

    2 天前  The Ghana Chamber of Mines and the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance and strengthen technical cooperation in the fields of standardisation, metrology and conformity assessment.

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines to launch ... - Home - Citi

    Mr Kwame Addo-Kufuor, President of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, who announced this at the 89th Annual General Meeting of the Chamber, said aside the significant fiscal contributions of mining to the economy, the industry was keen to create and grow a robust local supplier base.

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    Ghana Chamber of Mines. 4.1K likes. The Ghana Chamber of Mines is the main minerals industry association in Ghana. The Chamber represents the collective interests of companies involved in mineral...

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    2020-6-11  As we manage the crisis, it is also important that we work closely with the government, so that they fully understand the impact of any new directives on mining companies and avoid unintended consequences. To that end the Ghana Chamber of Mines is in regular consultation with the government about the sector’s activities.

  • About Us - Home - Ghana Sweden Chamber of

    The Ghana-Sweden Chamber of Commerce is a registered non-profit organization under the Ghana Companies Act, 1963, Act 179. Our primary objective is to promote Commercial, Economic, Educational and Cultural relations between the Republic of Ghana and Sweden.

  • Eric Asubonteng, Managing Director, AngloGold

    2020-6-11  As we manage the crisis, it is also important that we work closely with the government, so that they fully understand the impact of any new directives on mining companies and avoid unintended consequences. To that end the Ghana Chamber of Mines is in regular consultation with the government about the sector’s activities.

  • About Us - Home - Ghana Sweden Chamber of

    The Ghana-Sweden Chamber of Commerce is a registered non-profit organization under the Ghana Companies Act, 1963, Act 179. Our primary objective is to promote Commercial, Economic, Educational and Cultural relations between the Republic of Ghana and Sweden.

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines seeks incentive scheme to

    2020-6-4  Accra, June 3, GNA - The Ghana Chamber of Mines has called for the establishment of an incentive scheme to help reduce the high cost of exploration and

  • Chamber of mines – Citi Business News

    Chamber of Mines calls for better engagement with stakeholders to sustain mining sector growth by Bobbie Osei The Ghana Chamber of Mines has called for prioritization of improved collaboration among all stakeholders in the mining sector in ...

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    Home / NEWS / Ghana Chamber of Mines supports MoH with GHS11.5 million DavidBa Yaw Paul April 10, 2020 NEWS Leave a comment 109 Views The Ghana Chamber of Mines on Thursday, made a donation of GHS11.5 million to the Ministry of Health (MOH) and its allied institutions, to support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    2019-12-28  The Ghana Chamber of Mines has expressed its disappointment, on a Report launched recently on the state of Human Rights in Mining Communities in Ghana, by

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines launches Tertiary Education

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines has launched a Tertiary Education Fund in an effort to help build the needed human resource capital for the mining industry. Supported by stakeholders in the industry, producing member companies of the Chamber are expected to collectively contribute Four Hundred Thousand dollars annually to the fund for the next five ...

  • Chamber of Mines donates GH¢11.5m to coronavirus

    2020-7-6  The Ghana Chamber of Mines has donated GH¢11.5 million to the Ministry of Health and allied institutions as part of the mining industry’s voluntary contribution to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. The Chamber, led by its President, Eric Asubonteng, made the donation at a brief ceremony on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines to Launch Online Portal on

    2020-5-18  Ghana Chamber of Mines to Launch Online Portal on Local Content The Ghana Chamber of Mines has initiated a process to launch an online portal on local content to provide in-depth information on mining inputs required by members, which manufacturers and suppliers could bid to provide.

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines and Ghana Standards

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines and the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance and strengthen technical cooperation in the fields of standardisation, metrology and conformity assessment.

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines and Ghana Standards

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines and the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance and strengthen technical cooperation in the fields of standardisation, metrology and conformity assessment.

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    The Ghana Chamber of Mines is the main minerals industry association in Ghana. The Chamber represents the collective interests of companies involved in mineral exploration, production and processing in Ghana. Its activities are entirely funded by its member companies, which produce over 90 per cent of the Ghana’s mineral output.The Chamber ...

  • Chamber of Mines donates GH¢11.5m to support

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines has made a donation of GH¢11.5 million (the equivalent of $2 million) to the Ministry of Health and allied institutions as part of the mining industry’s voluntary ...

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines launches Tertiary Education

    The Ghana Chamber of Mines has launched a Tertiary Education Fund in an effort to help build the needed human resource capital for the mining industry. Supported by stakeholders in the industry, producing member companies of the Chamber are expected to collectively contribute Four Hundred Thousand dollars annually to the fund for the next five ...

  • Ghana – Energy And Mines

    Ghana Chamber of Mines: Mining companies ready to switch to renewables Andrew Slavin 2019-02-18T10:32:31+00:00 With the mining sector mandated to source 10% of it's energy needs from renewables by 2020, the Chamber of Mines in Ghana has explained its

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines donates $2m to Covid-19

    APA-Accra (Ghana) The Ghana Chamber of Mines has joined the growing list of donors to the Covid-19 Trust Fund set up by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, with a donation of GHC11.5 million (about $2 million) to help combat the coronavirus disease.

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    2020-6-20  The Ghana Chamber Of Mines had their annual report at( M PLAZA HOTEL)on the 14sep 2017 in Accra Mr.Sulemanu,emphasised that, the company believed that, the only way to ultimize the benefit of the mining industry is to really deeping as much as they can to help the economy.He said, they need to harness all the linkages, all the opportunities between the mining industry and the rest of the

  • GSA, Chamber of Mines develop standards for mining ...

    The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) and the Ghana Chamber of Mines have developed quality standards for imported inputs used by the industry. This has become necessary as some mining inputs, especially electrical cables among other inputs imported by suppliers are substandard which in turn has negative impacts on the operations of the mining companies.

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines Business Financial Times

    2020-6-17  Chamber of Mines supports COVID-19 fight with GH¢11.5m The Ghana Chamber of Mines, led by its President, Eric Asubonteng, has made a donation

  • Ghana Chamber of Mines supports fight against

    Ghana Chamber of Mines supports fight against coronavirus with GH¢11.5m April 10, 2020 The Ghana Chamber of Mines has made a donation of GH¢11.5 million (the equivalent of $2 million) to the Ministry of Health and allied institutions as part of the mining industry’s voluntary contribution to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.