The Blyvoor Gold mine is an underground operation located on the Witwatersrand gold belt, South Africa situated in a prolific gold mining area within the Carletonville Goldfield. The region hosts a number of well-established gold mines and is well serviced by all amenities. The mine is located approximately 14 km from the town of Carletonville, Gauteng Province, and about 80 km from Johannesburg, a major metropolitan centre.
Production commenced at the Blyvoor mine in 1942. In June 2021, an updated 43-101 Technical Report was filed on the Blyvoor mine and the report outlined a 22-year mine life. The project has 5.5 Moz of gold in Proven & Probable Mineral Reserves (18.84 Mt at 9.09 g/t Au) and 11.37 Moz of gold in Measured & Indicated Mineral Resources (25.8 Mt at 13.71 g/t Au) inclusive of Mineral Reserves (cut-off grade of 479 cm.g/t and 117 cm.g/t, respectively). The current processing plant has a capacity of 1,300 tpd.