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The Northern Cape holds key to unlock SA’s mineral riches

the lack of minerals exploration in South Africa’s mining sector goes back to its corporatisation more than 60 years ago, following the creation of Anglo American and its counterpart, General Mining.

In those days, mining houses did their prospecting in-house, where the parent company charged service management fees to the underlying businesses, some of them listed. Apart from its inefficiency, it resulted in an investment tradition that applauded the

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