Bringing it back on course

10th March 2006 By: andrew lanham

When Harmony took over Target, it was faced with falling grades and an unacceptably high cost structure.

Now, to use a medical analogy, the patient has been stabilised and is improving.

Harmony is looking to make the most of the proved reserves, while looking at all other value-creating options available.

Mining Weekly visited the mine for a brief from Target GM Bava Reddy.

In terms of morphology, the Target orebody is a synclinal structure, with a very steeply-dipping western limb and a much shallower eastern limb that plunges at 9