Africa Mining IQ’s African mining services reflect a highest value listing of R 340 billion – the Camden, Grootvlei and Komati Power Stations!
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Camden, Grootvlei and Komati Power Stations
The Simunye project – as the Camden, Grootvlei and Komati collective is known – is a ZAR 340 billion de-mothballing of coal-powered plants which will provide 3 800 MW of electricity with a projected lifespan of 15 – 20 years. As part of its African mining services offering which lists over 1 800 projects, Africa Mining IQ provides complete, verified details of the Camden, Grootvlei and Komati Power Stations.
The ZAR 58 million Dikulushi Mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo is currently under expansion, with the open-pit mine being extended to exploit a section of the remaining recognised resource of the Dikulushi ore body. This will provide access to a 539 000-ton copper and silver ore deposit. Africa Mining IQ provides complete details and verified commentary on the Dikulushi mine and hundreds of other mining projects as part of its African mining services offering.
Husab Uranium Project
With a project value of ZAR 20 billion, the Husab uranium mine will extract a projected 15 million pounds of uranium per annum, to become the world’s second-largest producer of uranium when it commences operation in 2016. Since 2006, uranium mining in Namibia has seen the country become the 6th largest producer in the world. Africa Mining IQ provides complete details of the Husab mine as part of its African mining services offering.
Bakubang Platinum Mine Project
The ZAR 12 billion Bakubang platinum mine has a total projected deposit of 16.7 million tons of the rare platinum group metals, the ore of which will be extracted at a rate of 2.1 million tons over 35 years. As part of a complete African mining services offering, Africa Mining IQ provides accurate information for the Bakubeng mine project.
Kansanshi Copper Mine Expansion
The ZAR 16 billion upgrades to production capacity at Kansanshi, Zambia, will increase copper output from 250 000 tons to 400 000 tons. Kansanshi is the largest deposit of copper in Africa. It has an estimated remaining mine life of 16 years with the potential for gold extraction. Africa Mining IQ provides complete and verified intelligence for the Kansanshi mine as part of its African mining services offering that includes over 1 800 project listings.
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