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"The new mine will have a life expectancy of 34 years extracting only the relatively flat ore reserves (0-9 degrees)"

Zimplats CEO Alex Mhembere has announced the company’s board has given the green light to the US$264 million, 2.2 million tonnes per annum Mupani underground mine in Zimbabwe, set to deliver 260,000ozpa of platinum and 220,000ozpa of palladium from about 2025.

"The new mine will have a life expectancy of 34 years extracting only the relatively flat ore reserves (0-9 degrees)" "The new mine will have a life expectancy of 34 years extracting only the relatively flat ore reserves (0-9 degrees)" "The new mine will have a life expectancy of 34 years extracting only the relatively flat ore reserves (0-9 degrees)" "The new mine will have a life expectancy of 34 years extracting only the relatively flat ore reserves (0-9 degrees)" "The new mine will have a life expectancy of 34 years extracting only the relatively flat ore reserves (0-9 degrees)"

Mhembere said the new underground mine would replace production from Rukodzi and Ngwarati.

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