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Mponeng (from 1998) gold mine

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06 September 2018

Mponeng (from 1998) gold mine

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Mponeng is one of the deepest mines in the world, exploiting gold bearing reefs at depths of 2,800m and 3,900m beneath the surface.   The mine along with TauTona and the West Wits Surface processing operation make up AngloGold Ashanti`s West Wit unit.  A remaining mine life of 20 years is remaining based on 2016 year-end reserves. Tautona was put into orderly closure in 2017

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