THE directors of Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining, a new mine that is under development near Hotazel in the Northern Cape, are confident the project will secure scarce railway capacity for production that will start in the first half of next year. Read more
Kathu, Northern Cape – One- time Robben Island prisoner Saki Macozoma is at the forefront of South Africa’s newest mine in an impoverished part of the Northern Cape province and Mining Weeky was in the sands of the Kalahari with him, as was mining luminary Brian Gilbertson , who has joined him in the manganese venture. Read more
Empowerment group Safika Holdings feared for a while in 2001 it had missed out on the mining boom. Read more
South African manganese mining entered a new era today with the ceremonial sod turning of a majority black-owned managnese mine. The Tshipi Borwa mine near Mamatwan in the Northern Cape is one of the first mines to bring to fruition the government’s policy of distributing mining rights to a broader ownership for the benefit all South Africans. Read more
Mokgosi Nkoana, general manager of Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining, has announced the company will create some 500 new jobs at its new Tshipi Borwa mine in the Northern Cape. Read more
The Ngwao Ya Tshona Traditional Dancers from the tiny Northern Cape village of Batlharoshave been selected to perform at the official sod-turning for the new Tshipi é Ntle manganese mine. The sod turning will take place on September 14, 2011.
The official sod-turning for South Africa’s newest manganese mine, the Tshipi Borwa Mine, will take place on September 14, 2011 near Mamatwan in the Northern Cape. Read more
So far Sakumzi ‘Saki’ Macozoma has been largely successful in his aim to fly “under the radar” as he seeks new investments in Australia. Read more
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