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Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining is an independently operated and managed, black empowered manganese producer. Tshipi é Ntle means “beautiful steel” in the local Tswana language.

Tshipi is not only the largest single manganese mine and exporter from South Africa but is also one of the five largest manganese exporters globally.

Based in the Kalahari Manganese Field (KMF) in the Northern Cape, the largest manganese bearing geological formation in the world, Tshipi Borwa Mine is a shallow open-cast operation developed on a large and homogenous ore body with a currently confirmed life of mine reserve of approximately 30 years.

Tshipi recognises its responsibility to act as a good corporate citizen and performs its obligation towards its employees, stakeholders and the community, in good faith. Diversity is one of the cornerstones of its business and it is committed to employ a workforce that reflects the demographics of the communities in which it operates.

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Compulsory Site Clarification Meeting

Thursday 26 July at 12pm

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Friday 2 August at 12pm

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Compulsory Site Clarification Meeting

Thursday 26 July at 12pm

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Closing date

Friday 2 August at 12pm

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Will be provided by Procurement for each tender...

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Compulsory Site Clarification Meeting

Thursday 26 July at 12pm

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Closing date

Friday 2 August at 12pm