New South African manganese mine to start production this year
May 10, 2012 | 05:46 AM
Mine construction has started at the new privately owned Kudumane Manganese Resources in the Northern Cape of South Africa, with plans to start production towards the end of the year, according to local reports.
The company aims to start production of its R1.5 billion ($190 million) project at an initial rate of 1.5 billion tpy from its open-pit mine, and ramp up to 2.5 million tpy of ore as it goes underground in seven years’ time, Metal....
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