Operations

Galaxy

Galane gold acquired Galaxy Gold in November 2015. Galaxy gold is situated 8 km west of the town of Barberton and 45 km west of the provincial capital of Nelspruit in the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. The property covers 58.6 km2 is part of the prolific Barberton Greenstone Belt.

Galaxy History

Galaxy Gold is one of the oldest mining operations in South Africa with the discovery of gold by Jack Greaves in 1888.

Galaxy Timeline

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Galaxy Potential Ore Sources

Galaxy Ore Bodies

Galaxy consists of 21 ore bodies all of which can be accessed via adits at level 17 and level 22. Examples of the ore bodies are:

The current mine plan includes the mining of Galaxy and Princeton using a mechanised cut and fill mining method. There are also extensive tailings around the mine site which Galaxy will use to supplement production.

Galaxy Resources

Galaxy Resources

Galaxy Processing Plant

Galane has refurbished the existing 15,000 tonne per month crush, mill and float plant. During 2019 it will upgrade the plant to 30,000 tpm by installing a new milling section, mill and doubling the capacity of the existing float plant. It will also establish a new concentrate area with two new filters presses producing over 2,500 tonnes per month.

Galane is commencing work on a scoping study to double the size of the plant again to match the potential production it could achieve from its underground operations.

GalaxyProcessing Plant

Galaxy Exploration

Galane has a drill ready plan to expand the resource to over 4 million ounces. Work will commence as required to support any future expansion of Galaxy.

Galaxy Exploration

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