Networking and Growth Session on incentives for R&D and supply chain development at the Mining Precinct.

On 24 January 2018 MEMSA hosted a Networking and Growth Session on incentives for R&D and supply chain development at the Mining Precinct. The session had been arranged with support from the dti and DST, and directors working with the respective incentives came to present and interact.

MEMSA’s partners including SAMPEC, SACEEC, the Precinct and the Chamber of Mines were represented. The result was a very successful workshop which opened doors for more effective uptake of incentive opportunities, and engagement between industry and government. Below are images of the speakers as well as attendees.

 

 

 

 

Tumelo Chipfupa from COVA presenting on International best practice in R&D
incentives.

Mr Hawie Viljoen, Chief Director: Competitiveness Improvement Cluster, dti, on the Strategic Parnterships Programme

 

 

 

 

 

Sietse van der Woude, Chamber of Mines.

Tshepiso Kadiaka, Industrial Development, the dti.

Alastair Macfarlane of Mining
Precinct. giving an update on Mining Hub activities & challenges.

Mr Mandla Khoza, Director for the Support Programme for Industrial
Innovation (SPII) at dti.

Nkosiyabona Zungu (Director for THRIP at dti) presenting on Technology and Human Resources for Industry Programme (THRIP).

Dr Paul Jourdan, MEMSA- Introduction (R&D Incentives).

Strini Perumal (Deputy Director for the R&D Tax Incentive at DST) Presenting on 11D Research and Development Tax Incentive.

Matlou Mabokano (STA Head for Natural Resoruces, TIA) Technology Innovation Agency (TIA).