The Mapochs mine near Roossenekal in Mpumalanga is going under the hammer.
It consists of various farm portions, totalling 6 211ha, as well as various residential portions in the town of Roossenekal and also the mining rights, together with all the movable assets currently on the mine, wil be auctioned as one lot.
The crushers includes a primary triple volume crusher plant of approximately 682m2, with an electrical substation of more or less 76m2, as well as a secondary double volume crusher plant of 11m2 and two thickener plants each with its own substations and pump houses.
Other buildings on the mine include a conveyer building, various offices, store rooms, open sheds, boiler shops, a boiler room and filling station, pump houses, compressor shed, scrap yard, various substations and much more.
The mine has its own railway which includes a train station, offices and a train store. There is also a clinic and a laundry, as well as a cafeteria on site.
The mine is completely set up for full-scale mining and provides a perfect opportunity for investors in the mining industry to add to their existing mining portfolio or start a new business venture in the mining industry.
The mine, which includes the mining rights, farm and residential portions, crusher plants, as well as all movables (assets) will fall under the hammer as one lot on September 14 at 5pm at 72 Grayston Drive in Sandton.
For more information on the auction or a full inventory list, visit bidderschoice.co.za or contact Pieter Geldenhuys on 082 808 1801.