Minerals Advisory Board

The Minerals Advisory Board
The Mines and Minerals Act established a Minerals Advisory Board that advises the Minister in the discharge of his statutory responsibilities under it and this, in effect, limits the wide range of discretionary powers he had under the old legislation which the average i nvestor was hardly ever comfortable with.  The Board is made up of fourteen (14) members including the Director of Mines as Secretary and the Director of Geological Survey as member.  The local Chamber of Mines is very much represented on the Board with others from the industry and together, presents an informed voice of the industry in its deliberation.  The Secretary to the Board is a senior member of the Ministry of Mineral Resources.

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