Australia’s Southern Palladium is speeding up its application for a mining licence for its platinum group metals (PGM) project in Limpopo’s Bushveld Complex after a scoping study found a stand-alone project to be the best option.

The study, undertaken by mining consulting firm Minxcon on behalf of the miner, reviewed four scenarios for the Bengwenyama PGM project and concluded that a pre-feasibility study to mine UG2 reef be undertaken...

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