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As load-shedding continues in SA, the 50MW solar facility at Gold Fields’ South Deep operation near Westonaria in Gauteng is slated to start producing power in August, with a total cost of R700m for construction and commissioning.

About 101,000 solar panels will be installed as part of the project that will employ about 240 people, the world’s sixth-largest gold producer said on Thursday in an operational update for the three months to end-March. So far R164m has been spent on the plant in 2022...

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