what is new in kalahari

HOTAZEL, Northern Cape (miningweekly.com) – The first blast took place on Tuesday at the new R1.5-billion Kudumane manganese mining project near Hotazel in the Northern Cape. Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu conducted the official opening of what is the fourth new black-controlled manganese mining development under way in South Africa's well-endowed Kalahari. Shabangu urged that steps be taken now to ensure that the economic legacy of the Kalahari manganese fields turns out much better than the disappointing legacy that has been left in the wake of the mined-out diamond fields of Kimberley, developed in the same province more than 100 years ago. She said that development of the area provided the chance to extend economic freedom to South Africans through the many spinoffs that mining and beneficiation spawns. Surface preparation and civil engineering work are being advanced at the site, which is being developed jointly by two black economically empowered (BEE) companies, Northern Cape Manganese Company and Dirleton Minerals & Energy.

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