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Featured Project: Venetia Diamond Mine, Limpopo

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Venetia Diamond Mine, Limpopo

The Palms - Building


South Africa’s largest diamond mine, the De Beers-owned Venetia, situated in the Limpopo Province (approximately 80 km west of Musina and 36 km east of Alldays) is expected to take the mine underground at a capital cost of R6.5 billion. Underground operations will access resources at an increased depth of about 1 000m below the surface. The features of the first phase of the expansion included new earthmoving vehicles (EMVs), a new primary crusher and a new fines residue deposit facility, as well as associated infrastructure, which includes a new filling station and a 1 310-m2 extension to the existing EMV workshop. The ramp-up infrastructure for Cut 4 will take the Venetia mine to 2014. Phase one is Complete. Phase two of the expansion will tackle the requirements for the ramp up to Cut 5, which will take the mine to 2021.












R 100 Million+


2013 onwards




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About Nadia Milln

My journey at Leads 2 Business all started back in September 2014 as a content researcher in the Daily Tenders Africa Department. In March 2018 I was promoted to content researcher in the Private Project department. I am a fun loving, bubbly person and mom to a beautiful baby boy who is the absolute light of my life.

2 Responses

  1. Livhuwani
    | Reply

    am new in business and broke

    • Nadia Miln
      | Reply

      Dear Livhuwani,

      We are not affiliated with the Venetia Diamond Mine as Leads 2 Business provides project and tender leads in the building and construction industry. I would suggest you contact the Client directly for further assistance.

      Kind Regards,
      Nadia Milln

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