MTE Witbank (Ogies) Expo 2017

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Gekombineerde Skool, Ogies  
3 April 2017  
13:00 to 17:00  
Visitors: 

Ferret Coal Kendal
Kendal Power Station
Phola Coal Processing Plant
Klipspruit Colliery - South 32
Zibulo Colliery
Als Group
Transnet
Crushers Sand and Stone
Goedgevonden Mine
Tweefontein Mine
Afgri
Pride Milling
Zibulo Mine
Khutala Colliery -South32
Mbali Colliery
South Witbank Mine

 

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   1-5 shows   R9 600
  6-11 shows  R8 500
  12+ shows  R7 800
  2 x Combos  R15 100
  3 x Combos  R19 800

Ogies is a settlement in Nkangala District Municipality in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa.

Ogies is the first major town for those entering Mpumalanga and Cultural Heartlands Region on the N12 from Gauteng. This coal-mining town is 29km south-west of Witbank and 70km north-east of Springs.

The town got its name Ogies, meaning ‘eyes’, from the Ogiesfontein farm that the town was initially built on. A typical mining town, Ogies represents the industry that dominates this region and has drawn people from far afield to the Cultural Heartlands. Now it is better known for being in the centre of the largest electricity producing area in South Africa.
African Exploration Mining and Finance Corporation built its first coal mine at Vlakfontein, near Ogies, which was completed in January 2011. It mainly supplies coal to nearby Kendal power station.

 


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