Jubilee Metals Group PLC Organogram
Jubilee Metals Group PLC is involved in the recovering of PGMs and chrome through the reprocessing of historical surface mine waste and materials. The company’s prime asset in South Africa is the Tjate platinum project located over 3 farms covering 5,140 hectares with a target of 65 million ounces PGEs and gold. Tjate has a mining target of 2.4 million tons per annum. The group also has a portfolio that includes other countries and other elements and metals such as lead, zinc and vanadium in Zambia.
The group operates through the following divisions:
- Inyoni Operations - a South African based PGM and chrome beneficiation facility processing both historical and on-going tailings. Inyoni holds the capacity to process 900,000 tons of tailings per annum
- Windsor PGM Operations - a South African based PGM recovery joint venture with Eland Platinum (Pty) Ltd, established in July 2019, processing rich materials targeting about 720,000 tons per annum
- Windsor Chrome Operations - a South African chrome beneficiation facility acquired in January 2019, principally supplied by offtake agreements with third party chrome ore suppliers. It holds a feed material processing capacity of 840,000 tons per annum
- Dilokong Chrome Mine Operations - a South African based chrome recovery and processing beneficiation facility holding Jubilee's industry fine chrome recovery process, with a capacity to process up to 360,000 tons per annum of feed material
• Base Metals
- Kabwe Operations (Sable Zinc Kabwe Refinery) - a Zambian based multi-metal refining facility currently under construction for commissioning during the first half of 2020. The refinery will act as a central processing facility for third party material in the region, which further compliments the existing resource comprising an estimated 6.4 million tons of surface waste assets, containing 356,843 tons of zinc, 351,386 tons of lead and an equivalent percentage of vanadium pentoxide in addition to about 288 million tonnes of copper and cobalt tailings.