https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 A geometallurgical evaluation of the ores of the northern Kalahari manganese deposit, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:6794 Thu 22 Aug 2019 18:59:14 SAST ]]> Textural and geochemical evidence for a supergene origin of the Paleoproterozoic high-grade BIF-hosted iron ores of the Maremane Dome, Northern Cape Province, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:6850 Thu 22 Aug 2019 16:48:57 SAST ]]> Die geologie en struktuur van die gebiede Levubu en Bandelierkop in Noord-Transvaal https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14521 Thu 22 Aug 2019 11:02:04 SAST ]]> Origin of high-grade hematite ores at Thabazimbi Mine, Limpopo Province, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14842 Thu 22 Aug 2019 06:33:57 SAST ]]> Characterisation of the lowermost manganese ore bed of the Hotazel Formation, Gloria Mine, Northern Cape Province https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14853 Thu 15 Aug 2019 17:44:30 SAST ]]> Basin analysis of the Mesoproterozoic Bushmanland group of the Namaqua Metamorphic Province, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:2666 250°C), metalliferous hydrothermal fluids infiltrated and altered these hydrogenous Fe-Mnrich metasedimentary rocks, resulting in the deposition of base-metal sulfides, formation of magnetite-amphibolite-rich Fe-Mn-rich rocks, as well as hydrothermal alteration of the siliciclastic wall rocks to form coticules. The spatial restriction of epigenetic Fe-Mn-rich rocks to shear zones, high Fe2O3 T (ca. 65 wt %), low ΣREE (ca. 13 ppm), presence of recrystallized quartz crystals, elevated concentration of Cu in some occurrences and general similarities with some hydrothermal iron/iron-oxide copper-gold (IOCG) deposits, suggests that the epigenetic Fe-Mn-rich rocks may have formed during prograde metamorphism. Low concentrations of SrO (0.5 ± 0.2 wt %), highly radiogenic Sr/ Sr ratios (0.7164 ± 0.0028), elevated δ S (27.3 ± 4.9 ‰) and δ O (7.7 ± 3.1 ‰) values in the barites, as compared to contemporaneous Mesoproterozoic seawater, suggests precipitation of stratiform and stratabound barite layers in the Bushmanland Group occurred through mixing of an evolved continental crustal source and contemporaneous seawater sulfate, 87 86 34 18 modified by bacterial sulfate reduction. Most importantly, δ O values suggest possible minimum temperatures of formation ranging from 18 <150°C for the Gamsberg deposit to >250°C for occurrences in the Aggeneys area. These obvious differences in temperature of formation are in good agreement with the Cu-rich, Ba-poor nature of the sulfide mineralization characteristic of the Aggeneys deposits versus the Cu-poor, Ba-rich character of the Gamsberg deposit. In conjunction with this, the isotopic and petrographic arguments favor a sub-seafloor replacement model for the stratabound barite occurrences of the Aggeneys deposits, while at Gamsberg, deposition at the sediment-water interface as a true sedimentary exhalite appears more acceptable. Data obtained in the present study, combined with the results of previous investigations can be used to develop a comprehensive model for the geological evolution of the Aggeneys Terrain and Namaqua Metamorphic Province. The tectono-sedimentary evolution of the Aggeneys Terrain and Namaqua Metamorphic Province is marked by two important tectonic events separated by an episode of tectonic quiescence. Extrusion and deposition of the metavolcano-sedimentary rocks of the Orange River Group at 1908 Ma marks the start of the Orange River Orogeny. vii Prior to emplacement of the Vioolsdrift Intrusive Suite, the Orange River Group appears to have undergone a period of folding and low-grade metamorphism [D1/M1] that was subsequently followed by emplacement of the Main Phase Vioolsdrift Intrusive Suite roughly dated at 1890 Ma. Rapidly following emplacement of these intrusions, the lower crustal rocks of the Richtersveld Subprovince underwent a second, higher, amphibolite-facies metamorphic event [M1B] from 1870-1840 Ma. This event may have resulted in lower crustal melting and emplacement of the Gladkop Suite into an unknown package of metasediments or metasedimentary rocks south of the present day Orange River at roughly 1820 Ma. The Gladkop Suite was subsequently subjected to high-grade metamorphism at 1800 Ma. The Orange River Orogeny was terminated by emplacement of the Late Phase Vioolsdrift Intrusive Suite at approximately 1765 Ma and later northward-directed thrusting. Following termination of the Orange River Orogeny, deposition of the Bushmanland Group began in a tectonically stable environment marked by punctuated periods of tectonic activity that lasted until emplacement of the Little Namaqualand Suite at 1190 Ma. The detrital zircon populations of the Pella Quartzite Fm. and Koeris Fm. support (a) regional correlation of these stratigraphic units throughout the study area, (b) confirms sediment derivation from various local source terrains and (c) suggests a maximum depositional age of 1650 Ma. Furthermore, new age constraints reveal initiation of the O’okiepian Episode (Namaquan Orogeny), characterized by regional-scale mid- to high-grade contact metamorphism, was synchronous with emplacement of the Little Namaqualand Suite and deposition of the upper Kouboom Subgroup. Furthermore, the detrital zircon populations for the Driekop Fm. (upper Kouboom Subgroup) contain a large population of 1190 Ma (i.e. O’okiepian-age) detrital cores, suggesting a renewed period of tectonic uplift. Analogously, age constraints for the Koeris Fm. indicate a maximum depositional age of 1130 Ma, as well as derivation from a number of local and exotic source terrains indicating that deposition of the Koeris Fm. must have occurred in response to continental collision between the Rehoboth Inlier-Kaapvaal Craton and the Namaqua Metamorphic Province. Furthermore, these new age constraints also constrain the timing of D2-D3 deformation to between 1130-1080 Ma and regional peak metamorphism to 1020- 1040 Ma.]]> Sat 16 Sep 2017 02:23:49 SAST ]]> Ongeluk volcanism in relation to the Kalahari manganese deposits https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:1746 Sat 16 Sep 2017 02:16:50 SAST ]]> Geology and petrology of the Dabolava Region, West-Central Madagascar, with emphasis on granite-hosted gold mineralization https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14845 Sat 16 Sep 2017 02:01:30 SAST ]]> Geological and geochemical study of the quartzofeldspathic rocks from the farm Gotha, Limpopo Province, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14824 Sat 16 Sep 2017 01:36:46 SAST ]]> The Pongola Supergroup in Swaziland https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14843 Sat 16 Sep 2017 01:08:11 SAST ]]> Geochemistry and mineralogy of supergene altered manganese ore below the Kalahari unconformity in the Kalahari manganese field, Northern Cape Province, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14834 Sat 16 Sep 2017 00:52:24 SAST ]]> Genesis and characteristics of the Wolhaarkop breccia and associated manganore iron formation https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14848 Sat 16 Sep 2017 00:49:13 SAST ]]> MLA-based mineralogical investigation of PGE mineralisation at Lonmin's Akanani Platinum Group Metal Project, Northern Limb of the Bushveld Complex https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:8717 Sat 16 Sep 2017 00:42:46 SAST ]]> Fluids in metapelitic granulites and Bulai granitoids of the Messina area, central zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14835 Mon 19 Aug 2019 12:04:28 SAST ]]> The Paleo-environmental significance of the iron-formations and iron-rich mudstones of the Mesoarchean Witwatersrand-Mozaan Basin, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:8312 Mon 19 Aug 2019 09:35:53 SAST ]]> Provenance of the Neoproterozoic to early Palaeozoic successions of the Kango Inlier, Saldania Belt, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:8308 Mon 19 Aug 2019 07:59:36 SAST ]]> Metasedimentary manganese ores of the Serra do Navio deposit, Amapa Province, Brazil https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14828 Fri 15 Sep 2017 23:51:31 SAST ]]> Paleoproterozoic Mississippi Valley-Type Pb-Zn deposits of the Ghaap Group, Transvaal Supergroup in Griqualand West, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14846 Fri 15 Sep 2017 23:30:00 SAST ]]> Structural-metamorphic studies of distinct fold types related to distinct tectono-metamorphic events in the central zone of the Limpopo Complex, South Africa https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14850 Fri 15 Sep 2017 23:13:20 SAST ]]> Formation of major fold types during distinct geological events in the central zone of the Limpopo Belt, South Africa: new structural, metamorphic and geochronologic https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14827 Fri 15 Sep 2017 23:09:30 SAST ]]> A geological study of the Platreef at Potgietersrus platinum mine with emphasis on the magmatic processes, contamination and metasomatism https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:14821 Fri 15 Sep 2017 23:05:45 SAST ]]> Mesoproterozoic volcanism, metallogenesis and tectonic evolution along the western margin of the Kaapvaal Craton https://ujcontent.uj.ac.za/vital/access/manager/Repository/uj:6866 Fri 15 Sep 2017 22:39:08 SAST ]]>