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Indarama Mine, Kwekwe District (Que Que District), Midlands, Zimbabwe

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Gold-antimony deposit in the Midlands greenstone belt. Structurally controlled veins, including the Indarama Reef, Benson Reef, Footwall Reef, Reverse Reefs, emplaced in fractured tholeiitic pillow basalt adjoining komatiites.

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Buchholz, P. et al. (1992): Gold-Antimon-Vererzungen in Simbabwe, Indarama Mine bei Kwekwe und Belingwe Star Mine bei Mberengwa. Zeitschrift für angewandte Geologie 38, 50-51.

P. Buchholz, G. Friedrich, P. Herzig (1994): Gold-antimony mineralization in the Zimbabwe craton: the Indarama mine at Kwekwe and the Belingwe Star mine at Mberengwa. Geologisches Jahrbuch, D 100, 343-389.

Buchholz, P., Herzig, P., Friedrich, G., and Frei, R. (1998): Granite-hosted gold mineralization in the Midlands greenstone belt: a new type of low-grade gold deposit in Zimbabwe. Mineralium Deposita 33, 437-460.

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