Repreive for SA's oldest mine

April 2000
African Business;Apr2000, Issue 253, p6
Reports on the sale of ERPM, South Africa's oldest gold mine, to Enderbrooke Investments Ltd., a subsidiary of Khumo Bathong Holdings. Value of the sale; Amount invested for the mine's rehabilitation; Plan of Enderbrooke to re-employ former mine employees who were laid off when the mine closed in August 1999.


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