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Solar power set to reduce Pan African’s reliance on Eskom by 30%
South Africa’s junior mining dearth result of unintended consequence
And, Bush clearing, shaft rehab under way at West Wits gold revival project
The generation of solar power by top-performing gold mining company Pan African Resources is expected to lower reliance on power utility Eskom by 30%.
Pan African CEO Cobus Loots:
South Africa’s junior mining dearth is a result of savings no longer flowing through to primary capital raising and stock exchange listings, as the Jacobs Committee expected them to do.
AmaranthCX director Paul Miller:
Australia-listed West Wits Mining, which is considering a secondary listing on the JSE, has commenced bush clearing and old shaft rehabilitation west of Johannesburg, as part of its far-reaching revival plans for an area where gold mining took place as recently as 20 years ago.
West Wits Mining MD Jac van Heerden:
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