Morupule Coal Mine Website redesign: MOR/18/20/25-09
Start Date : 07 September, 2020
Closing Date : 25 September, 2020
Morupule Coal Mine celebrates women
03 September, 2020
Morupule Coal Mine actively promotes the involvement of women in its mining operations – surface and underground. The company has made deliberate efforts to train women as Miners and Operators and has been consistent in ensuring that it empowers women to take advantage of opportunities that arise in the mine. MCM General Manager Mr. David Kgoboko called on everyone to celebrate women making strides in different professions at a meet and greet held recently with some of the women working at the mine. “It is in this spirit that as Morupule Coal Mine we would like to celebrate all women working at MCM by bringing the spotlight on them, as we did with some of them through our Women Crush Wednesday feature on Facebook. We also applaud them for actively promoting gender mix in spaces like mining that were commonly identified with men”, he said.
MCM Laboratory attain ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standards accreditation
06 August, 2020
Morupule Coal Mine Laboratory has been accredited in ISO/IEC 17025:2017 standards by Southern African Development Community Accreditation Service (SADCAS). The Chief Executive Officer of SADCAS, Ms. Maureen Mutasa recently handed over the IS0/IEC 17025:2017 accreditation certification to MCM Production Manager, Mr. Elvidge Radithongwa. This accreditation places MCM in a good position to service its clients as the demand for product verified test results from accredited facilities is ever growing. The certification verifies that MCM laboratory has a top class quality management system and can confidently perform certain test methods and calibration parameters according to their scopes of accreditation.
MCM to build stadium in Palapye
06 August, 2020
Morupule Coal Mine (MCM) through the organisation’s legacy project will construct a multi-purpose stadium in Palapye. The community liaison manager Mr Letsibogo Ndwapi told the Palapye Sub-district Development Committee that the mine’s board of directors had approved P12.3 million for phase 1 of the project. Follow the link below to read more: http://www.dailynews.gov.bw/news-details.php?nid=57537