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Article by: Arjen de Bruin, Managing Director at OIM Consulting The latest ﬁgures from Statistics South Africa have revealed that in July 2021, there was a 10.3% year on year increase in mining production, which it has attributed to higher commodity prices and the recovery in the global economic recovery. And while the sector appears […]
Miningnews.co.za – In one of his addresses, President Cyril Ramaphosa highlighted that rising commodity prices and increased global demand could help aid South Africa’s economic recovery, with mining being a significant contributor to the country’s gross
Samining.co.za – The opportunity cost loss of not having an effective supervisor within your organisation cannot be understated. The supervisor is the one person on the
ground who decides if the daily target setaccording to your business plan is achieved or not.
The mining sector is big business, so it constantly needs help to move
forward. OIM Consulting is one such pillar the sector leans on, and their
work under MD Arjen de Bruin speaks for itself – even during a pandemic
Engineeringnews.co.za – The Covid-19 pandemic and its effects on the local mining sector have highlighted the importance of supervisory-level staff using organisational, analytical and problem-solving skills in mining operations, says heavy industry business consulting company OIM Consulting MD Arjen de Bruin.
The mining sector suffered significantly under the hard lockdown implemented on 26 March, which necessitated an unprecedented industry-wide shut down, the likes of which were not even seen during the Second World War.
Enterprise-africa.net – OIM Consulting, one of the leading culture change consultancies in South Africa, is taking clients on a journey as they strive for improved efficiency, productivity and profitability.
Miningnews.co.za – With the slow reopening of the economy, mines have found themselves having to navigate a host of new challenges, not least of all being unfairly perceived as an epicentre of COVID-19 in South Africa.