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    Morila Gold Mine

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    Morila Gold Mine

handoverOAGS

On Sunday, 5 February 2017, the Organisation of African Geological Surveys (OAGS) hosted its Executive Committee handover ceremony. The OAGS consists of 37 active member countries. The Executive Committee is elected to office every three years. The outgoing Executive Committee consisted of the Presidency which was held by Namibia, the first Vice-Presidency which was held by Mozambique and the second Vice-Presidency by Niger. The elected Committee consists of the Presidency held by Nigeria and the regional Vice-Presidency which consists of:

-          Northern Region: Morocco

-          Southern Region: Botswana

-          Eastern Region: Kenya

-          Central Region: Chad

-          Western Region: Senegal

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OAGS 7TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA, 2015

The Organisation of African Geological Surveys (OAGS) held its 7th Annual Meeting from 9 February 2015 in the beautiful city of Cape Town. The meeting had been co-hosted by the Council for Geoscience in South Africa.

Press Release: African and European Geological Surveys committed together for Africa's wealth
 
Africa and Europe have strengthened their cooperation in the field of Geology at the 5th EU-Africa Business Forum on "Engaging the private sector in sustainable and inclusive growth".
Speech by the Nigerial Minister of Mines and Steel at the handover ceremony of the OAGS Executive Committee his excellence Dr Fayemi
I am pleased to address this distinguished gathering on the occasion of the Handover Ceremony of the Executive Committee of the Organisation of African Geological Surveys (OAGS).