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Acid mine water used to recover gold from dumps
And, South African mining must be made globally competitive, says Motsepe
Acid mine drainage is being used to relieve the cost burden of the large volume of water needed to recover gold from mine dump material, as well as lower the demand placed on scarce drinking water.
DRDGold CEO Niël Pretorius
All South Africans need to work together to ensure that the South African mining industry is a globally competitive investment destination.
ARM executive chairperson Patrice Motsepe
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