Sepfluor again puts back fluorspar production target at Nokeng

By Michael Greenfield
Published: Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Sepfluor will miss a target for production of the first fluorspar from its Nokeng project in South Africa by the end of February, according to a video published by the company on its website.

The Nokeng mine, processing plant and concentrator, with capacity for 210,000 tonnes per year of fluorspar, is near Rust de Winter in Gauteng province. Construction, at an estimated cost of 1.7 billion rand ($123.3 million), was delayed by bad weather in November and December, market sources have said.
Sepfluor told...

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