South Africa

Tshikondeni Mine

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Categories

Overview

Mine TypeOpen Pit & Underground
StatusClosing / Closed
Commodities
  • Coal (metallurgical)
Mining Method
  • Truck & Shovel / Loader
  • Bord-and-pillar

Owners

SourceSource
CompanyInterestOwnership
Exxaro Resources Ltd. 100 % Indirect

Deposit type

  • Sedimentary

Summary:

Tshikondeni is a hard coking coal producer in the north-eastern corner of Limpopo province, some 100km east of Tshipise and 17km south-east of Masisi, adjacent to the Levuvhu River and Kruger National Park.

The economic coal seam, sample 7BC, occurs in the Madzaringwe formation of the Karoo sequence. The dip of this coal seam varies between 2º and 15º, with an average dip of 11º and average thickness of 2,6m. This coal seam dips from outcrop to depths of over 400m in a north easterly direction

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Mining Methods

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Comminution

Crushers and Mills

Milling equipment has not been reported.

Processing

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Production

All production numbers are expressed as clean coal.

Production Costs

Commodity production costs have not been reported.

Heavy Mobile Equipment

Fleet data has not been reported.

Personnel

Mine Management

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