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Freda Rebecca Mine (Freda-Rebecca Mine), Bindura District, Mashonaland Central, Zimbabwe

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An open pit gold mine, started in 1985 and operated by Cluff Resources Zimbabwe Ltd. (formerly Promotor and Botha Mines). Annual production since 1988 is around 1.5 tons of gold, at an average recovery grade of 1.5 g Au/ton.

[Also called Bindura mine?]

Now owned by Mwana Africa.

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References

Klemm, D.D., and Kräutner, H.G. (2000): Hydrothermal alteration and associated mineralization in the Freda-Rebecca gold deposit - Bindura District, Zimbabwe. Mineralium Deposita 35, 90-108.

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