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1946 African Mineworkers Strike | South African History …


The organisation of African mine workers was and remains one of the most difficult - and the most essential - tasks facing the trade union and national movement in South Africa. Recruited from the four corners of the country and beyond its borders in Malawi, Lesotho, Botswana, Swaziland, Mozambique and, up to 1973, Angola, the African miners ...


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South Africa's gold industry, like its economy, is ...


ROODEPOORT, South Africa — Just off the highway and behind a yellow auto repair shop, Andile Jeremiah slipped into a hole in the ground, descending into an abandoned 100-year-old mine that had helped make South Africa rich. For a poor man in a country with a slumping economy, it was time to look ...


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CONTACT US | MineARC Systems


MineARC AFRICA. Stand 205, Flaming Rock Rd, Northlands Business Park, 29 Newmarket Street, North Riding, Johannesburg, South Africa. ph: +27 (0) 11 796-5162


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Messina Mine (No. 5 shaft; Musina Mine), Musina …


Messina Mine (No. 5 shaft; Musina Mine), Musina (Messina), Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, South Africa : Located approx 8 Km south of the Limpopo river. Note: No. 5 shaft or Five Shaft is a local term used to distinguish this particular mine from others in the Messina mining area.


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All About the Kimberley Diamond Mine in South Africa


The Kimberley diamond mine enriched Englishman Cecil Rhodes, who founded De Beers. The company became a virtual monopoly. The imperialist Rhodes and his British South Africa Company founded Rhodesia, which now includes the southern African countries of Zimbabwe and Zambia.


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