Construction on R1,5 Billion BEE-owned managnese mine to start in Northern Cape

Saki Macozoma’s BEE mining company Tshipi é Ntle announced today that its board has allocated US$200-million (R1,45-billion) for the creation of a new manganese mine near Hotazel in the Northern Cape.  Read more

Statement by Mr Saki Macozoma

It is with great sadness that Safika has learnt of the death of Mr. Soto Ndukwana, a friend, a colleague and a significant shareholder in Safika Holdings. His valuable contributions to the company will be sorely missed. Mr Ndukwana and his daughter 22-year-old daughter Zola Amzweni Baartman, died in a car accident near Bloemfontein on Wednesday November 24, 2010.  The directors, management and staff of Safika extend their sincere condolences to Mr. Ndukwana’s family. Read more

Frik Oosthuizen becomes chief executive of Safika Oosthuizens Transport

Safika Oosthuizens Transport (Pty) Ltd. has announced the appointment of Frik Oosthuizen as its new chief executive. Read more

Jan Oosthuizen announcement

Safika Oosthuizens is deeply saddened to announce the death of its chief executive Jan Oosthuizen. Read more

Sakumzi Macozoma – CNN Marketplace Africa


Ntsimbintle’s long road to empowerment

Ntsimbintle’s story is one of dedication, determination and hard work that after seven years of labour is about to unlock shareholder value and create jobs. We are on the verge of establishing Tshipe é Ntle, a manganese mine that will benefit our children, their children and their children’s children. Ntsimbintle is proud that among its shareholders are those dedicated to social upliftment such as the Kgalagadi Rural Charitable Trust. This shareholder is already dispensing bursaries to the historically disadvantaged and will use Ntsimbintle’s future profits solely to help the people of the Northern Cape. Read more

Saki Macozoma: acquisition of 20% of Ntsimbintle

OM Holdings (OMH), a company listed on the Australia Stock Exchange, has announced it is to acquire a 20% interest in Ntsimbintle Mining, a company owned by broad-based BEE groups, for approximately R320-million. Read more