SepFluor Limited (“SepFluor”) was founded in 2004 to explore for, mine and beneficiate fluorspar in South Africa.

SepFluor continues to meet key milestones

Construction of SepFluor’s current primary project, the R1.7 billion Nokeng open pit mine and concentrator is now complete. Nokeng comprises three adjacent, high-quality haematite-fluorspar deposits.

Phased commissioning, the final phase in project execution and the first phase of production, at the Nokeng Mine plant is currently underway. The plant, expected to process around 180 000 tonnes of acidspar and 30 000 tonnes of metspar a year, has been completed on budget, and will ramp up to full-scale commercial production towards the end of July 2019. Watch the video


Dr Lelau Mohuba Training Centre Opens

On 23 August 2018, SepFluor officially opened the Dr Lelau Mohuba Training Centre situated at Nokeng Fluorspar Mine.

The 2 400m2 training centre, built and equipped at a cost of R17 million, will provide a range of Mining Qualifications Authority-accredited skills training for more than 2 500 students from local communities over the next 10 years. Watch the video

Nokeng Training Centre [photo]
From left to right: Shibe Matjiu (SepFluor Social Development Director), Rob Wagner (SepFluor CEO), the Honourable Gwede Mantashe, Minister of Mineral Resources and Shadi Mohuba (wife of SepFluor Chairman, Dr Lelau Mohuba), officially opened the Dr Lelau Mohuba Training Centre on 23 August 2018


SepFluor is exploring the possibilities of proceeding with the development of a fluorochemical beneficiation plant at Ekandustria near Bronkhorstspruit. Read more

SepFluor presentation [icon]

SepFluor AGM Presentation – January 2019
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Fact Sheet
Fact sheet, August 2018 [icon]

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Media Release
Media release [icon]

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