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Waterfall Gorge, Insizwa, Alfred Nzo District, Eastern Cape Province, South Africa

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Cu-Ni-PGE deposit in the Waterfall Gorge Section at the southern limit of the Insizwa intrusion, is one of four lobes of the Mount Ayliff Complex, approx 30km from Kokstad. Prospect.

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Canadian Mineralogist (1981) Vol. 19: 607-618.

Lightfoot, P.C., Naldrett, A.J., and Hawkesworth, C.J. (1984) The geology and geochemistry of the Waterfall Gorge section of the Insizwa complex with particular reference to the origin of nickel sulfide deposits. Economic Geology: 79: 1857-1879.

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