Palmietkuil Mine, Sedibeng District, Gauteng, South Africai
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26° 14' 36'' South , 28° 29' 17'' East
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A gold mine that had a capacity of over 800,000 tons of ore/year (1937). In 1941 the land was taken over by the Grootvlei Proprietary Mines Limited. Mine location is Palmietkuilen 241 farm, now in Sedibeng District according to boundary maps.
Regions containing this locality
|Somali Plate (Somalia Plate)||Tectonic Plate|
|Transvaal, South Africa||Province (Former)|
|Witwatersrand goldfield, South Africa||Mining Region|
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Metal Mining Mining Geology, A.I.M.E. (1937): 304.
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