Jubilee Metals Group, previously known as Jubilee Platinum, said on Tuesday that improving performance at its Hernic operation had resulted in record production numbers in March.Processing at the company’s chrome-producing operation Dilokong, however, had been temporarily suspended due to continued variation of the quality of tailings being delivered to the site.In an operational update for the first quarter for its metals recovery division, Jubilee said platinum group metals (PGMs) production at Hernic rose 30% to 4,897 ounces, even as production continued to ramp up.The SA-based Hernic is Jubilee’s most advanced plant, coming into operation in March 2017. Operational earnings at Hernic rose 18% to R64.64m in the first quarter."I am very pleased with the continued operational improvements at our Hernic operations," said Jubilee CEO Leon Coetzer. "I expect the second quarter of 2018 to deliver even better operational numbers as the Hernic operation continues to improve."March 2018 h...

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