Friday, July 12, 2024

Who will snap up Khoemacau mine? 

The race of who will buy one of the country’s copper mine, Khoemacau is still on. While recent media reports made an indication that Australia’s Sandfire could be having second thoughts on buying the mine operations that neighbours its Motheo, information has surfaced that new suitors have emerged from elsewhere. 

This week, Reuters said that atleast three South African miners have shown interest to snap the Toteng village based mine, which is part of the Kalahari copperbelt, home to Africa’s largest copper deposits. 

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