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Bulyanhulu commenced commercial production in 2001 and has now produced over 3 million ounces to date. The current life of mine is currently estimated to be more than 20 years, based on its proven and probable gold reserves of 5.1 million ounces.

Bulyanhulu is a narrow-vein gold mine containing gold, silver and copper mineralisation in sulphides. The mineralisation of Bulyanhulu is associated with steeply-dipping reefs. A number of distinct reefs have been identified including Reef Zero, Reef One and Reef Two.

Bulyanhulu is an underground mine with shaft and ramp access and a tailings retreatment operation. In September 2017, Acacia decided to move to a reduced operational state at the mine due to the deterioration in the operating environment. As a result, production will now solely be from the tailings retreatment facility at a rate of 30-35,000 ounces per annum.

When operational the process plant has capacity to process an average of 3,300 tonnes of ore per day, (or c. 1.1 million tonnes per year) and around 55% of production is via doré with 45% via a gold/copper concentrate.

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